The Blackish Meadow Katydid is common in Australia.
Blackish Meadow Katydids vary in colour throughout their distribution, with darker individuals occuring in the southern part of their distribution.
The Blackish Meadow Katydid lives in urban areas, forests and woodlands.
The Blackish Meadow Katydid is found in Queensland, Lord Howe Island and New South Wales.
Feeding and diet
Found among grasses and reeds, or plants with large, narrow leaves such as Lomandraand Dianella species, the adult Blackish Meadow Katydids feed on the flowers and seeds.
At times Blackish Meadow Katydids can occur in large numbers, and their low buzzing calls are commonly heard throughout summer.