I left it at that, but now I'm thinking, maybe it was a katydid? I wouldn't normally have suggested a katydid, because I've never seen one in BC before. There were some huge ones in Japan, but to my knowledge, katydids just aren't something we HAVE in British Columbia.
Tell that to the katydid on my computer monitor right now! I got out of bed about fifteen minutes ago, disturbed by weird subsonic thumping sounds, needing to pee, and kind of hungry. I put on raisin toast, came to my computer, and - lo and behold, discovered a smallish katydid sitting on my screen. He's still there as I type this.
Maybe there are katydids somewhere in BC that are being displaced by wildfires currently burning?Maybe Erika's green bug was a katydid, too?
He's cleaning his front feet with his mouth as I type this. I guess I'm just going to leave him where he is, let him find his own way out if he so chooses.
Hello, katydid. Thanks for dropping by.