Sunday, March 11, 2012

Another "Pinky" comes to light

A rare pink form of a katydid in the genus Amblycorypha made the news in a big way back in 2009. It was discovered by Jan Kennedy at Killdeer Plains Wildlife Area, and you can read my posts about "Pinky" HERE, HERE, and HERE.

Well, another pink insect has come to light, and it is nearly as outrageous as the original Pinky. Tune in tomorrow - I'll share the photos then.


flux biota. said...

an incredible looking beast. I had no idea katydids had color phases. Can't wait to see what pinky will show up tomorrow on the blog.

Wil said...

What a tease!
Looking forward to this exciting find.

zippiknits said...

I snatched your Picture and linkied you because something this gorgeous begs to be shared and loved.