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cricket - Atlanticus americanus - female

cricket - Atlanticus americanus - Female
Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island, USA
September 8, 2006
Size: 1.75 inches
I*'ve never seen another cricket like it. It was light brown all over, appeared to be armor-plated with a heavy ovipositor.
It was in a Pitch Pine forest, beside a river, sitting on a Cinnamon Fern.


Cropped and moved for expert attention.
Moved from ID Request.

Katydid, I think
Maybe something like this one:

The experts will be able to say for sure.

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