This is the Narrow-winged katydid (Elimaea punctifera)
Here a nocturnal chappy hunkers down hoping not to be seen, as his primary defence mechanism.
There are over 6,400 different species of katydids found across the world.
All katydids go through three stages of life cycle – egg, nymph and adult. Like most nymphs, the young katydids look pretty much like the adults but they have less-developed wings.
Katydids are relatives of grasshoppers but can be distinguished from them by their long antennae.
The wings of katydids are usually green with markings that make them resemble leaves so that it is difficult for their predators to recognise them.
Katydids are typically nocturnal so you will find them out and about and feeding at night.
Katydids don’t usually fly; they may flutter downward and once they land they climb back upward.