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“True katydid females are also capable of stridulating, but apparently they do so only when disturbed by handling. The disturbance sound is a soft rustling produced by a stridulatory apparatus markedly different from that of the male.”
So the jury is still out on whether in fact Katy did, but she certainly could’ve.

Arthropod Museum, Dept. of Entomology, University of Arkansas