Antennae uniformly colored, dull reddish or orangish; flange on hind tibia gently tapering distally; male hind femur greatly swollen and bearing a large spike; female hind femur slender and bearing several small spikes.
Usually found on brush and small trees in forests, woodlands, and old fields.
Orange, elongated eggs are cemented to leaves. One or two generations per year (more in so. FL)
A. terminalis does not have uniformly reddish antennae (the basal three segments of their antennae are dark, and the apical segment is bright orangish)
does not have a gently tapered flange on the hind tibia (its flange is bluntly truncated
distally), and its humeral angles are greatly expanded