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Riley's Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - Oecanthus exclamationis - female

Riley's Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - Oecanthus exclamationis - Female
Alley Pond Park, Queens County, New York, USA
September 9, 2012
I believe this is O. rileyi based on the lack of any distinct dark marks at the base of the antennae.

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Riley's Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - Oecanthus exclamationis - female Riley's Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - Oecanthus exclamationis - female

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Moved from Common Tree Crickets.

Although the general appearance does match Riley's tree cricket, they are found only in the Western U.S.

You can see a hint of the bright white patch on the front of the 1st antennal segment, and when I zoom in it looks like a bit of black on the 2d segment. I am moving this into O. exclamationis because it has an overall milky green color with a golden head.

 
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