Treetop Bush Katydid (Scudderia fasciata)

Treetop Bush Katydid (Scudderia fasciata) © Tom Murray (iNaturalist)

The Treetop Bush Katydid prefers the canopy of coniferous stands, but it may also be found in deciduous trees and shrubs. Because it lives mostly in the upper reaches of trees, it can be difficult to spot.

Also called Black-striped Katydid.

Conservation Status

Global: GNR


iNaturalist shows observations July – October with peak in September.

More Information

Vermont Distribution

All Records: