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Side by side comparison of Narrow-winged male and female - Oecanthus niveus - male - female

Side by side comparison of Narrow-winged male and female - Oecanthus niveus - Male Female
Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA
September 1, 2008
These are live Tree Crickets, and it is not a staged photo. It gives a nice comparison of the size differences and wing formations. Besides the obvious scientific value....they also look like they are holding hands ! :)

They make a good couple :)
Although I don't know about the way that male is looking at the female...

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