|Anabrus longipes (Long-legged Anabrus)|
From the long spike on his tail, I thought this was a invasive katydid like a Drumming Katydid. I was correct on the Katydid, but wrong on the species and story. This thing is native.
|Altitude:||1037m (3402 feet)|
|Date:||Tuesday, July 13th, 2021 at 7:59 PM|
|Exposure:||1/250 sec at f5.6|
|Exposure Compensation:||839 ev|
|Lens:||105mm f/2.8D AF Micro-Nikkor
With cropping (you see 55% of the image as shot), this lens is effectively a 140mm lens on a 35mm camera
|Region:||North America, Canada, British Columbia, Thompson-Nicola RD|
|Scientific Name:||species related to Anabrus longipes (Long-legged Anabrus)|
|Larger image:||2000 x 1333|
|Raw image:||6149 x 4099|
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