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The common field katydid can be found in 19 states within the United States. They are the most common and widespread member of the genus Orchelimum. They cover a large section of the United States extending south from Southern Canada all the way to regions of Northern Texas. They can be found as far west as Wyoming and Colorado(Drees and Jackman, 1998).

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )


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