Length: Males average 68 mm; females 78 mm
Stilpnochlora (16 species) is a genus of large Katydids distributed from Florida to Uruguay.
In S. thoracica the rear margin of the pronotum, and the rear half of the pronotal margins, are marked with a thin black line; nearby areas are dark brown. The femora are green, while the fore- and mid-tibiae are brownish.
Stilpnochlora thoracica is widespread in Mexico and Central America.
Photo location: Mountain Pine Ridge, Belize.
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