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Mystery bug in suburban New York - Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - male

Mystery bug in suburban New York - Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - Male
White Plains, Westchester County, New York, USA
May 15, 2010
Size: 2"-3"

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Mystery bug in suburban New York - Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - male Mystery bug in suburban New York - Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - male Mystery bug in suburban New York - Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - male

I cropped and lightened your photo a bit
to help me see the venation of the wings more clearly. It is a male European Mole Cricket.

Moved from Mole Crickets.

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Mole Cricket
This insect looks to be a Mole Cricket, I've never seen one in person but they look like pretty cool bugs! Just Google search for it, there's tons of images.

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