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A katydid is an insect. Katydids are related to
grasshoppers and crickets, and called bush crickets. There are more than
6,400 species of katydid. Katydids have huge hind legs and long threadlike
antennae. They are hard to see in the bushes, as they are the same color
and shape as many leaves. They
are nocturnal, and have a loud and harsh mating call. They
are a pest, and harmful to plants and gardens.