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Microcentrum rhombifolium


I believe this guy is actuall


Since it's clearly not


Microcentrum rhombifolium


Yes, it might be Microcentrum


Male Microcentrum rhombifoliu


Microcentrum katydid eggs, ma


Microcentrum nymph, second to


There is a page for Microcent


Are these two meant to be gro


I don't believe this is Micr


Beautiful shot!


Microcentrum


Microcentrum.


Angle-winged, But Which One?


Microcentrum female.


Very large female Microcentrum sp.


Keying Microcentrum species?


Looks like


Mediterranean katydid?


Indeed!


crickets and katydids and moulting


Thank you!


Frassed; Microcentrum rhombifolium


My pleasure!


just seeing this discussion now


Moved


Moved


Moved


i moved your image to the species...


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Microcentrum eggs...


Moved


female Microcentrum rhombifolium


This is a katydid


female nymph of Microcentrum rhombifolium


Microcentrum rhombifolium nymph


female Microcentrum sp.


appears to be Microcentrum rhombifolium


Microcentrum rhombifolium male


Microcentrum sp, female nymph


male Microcentrum sp


female Microcentrum sp


female Microcentrum rhombifolium


male Microcentrum rhombifolium


male Microcentrum rhombifolium


female nymph of a greater anglewing katydid


male nymph of Microcentrum rhombifolium


looks like a Microcentrum rhombifolium nymph


female Microcentrum retinerve


female Microcentrum rhombifolium


Microcentrum, either M. rhombifolium or M. californicum


female nymph of Microcentrum rhombifolium


male nymph of Microcentrum rhombifolium


for a few reasons


female in genus Microcentrum


Probably


female Angle-wing Katydid - genus Microcentrum


Perhaps


katydids


it is a nymph of Microcentrum rhombifolium


female Microcentrum rhombifolium


Moved for expert attention


Could it be Greater Angle-wing Katydid?


Microcentrum rhombifolium - male


female nymph of


an Angle-wing Katydid in genus Microcentrum


Microcentrum rhombifolium


A Katydid


tough call


a male Microcentrum rhombifolium


I think that he might be Microcentrum latifrons


Close relative - an Angle-wing Katydid


possibly a male Greater Angle-wing Katydid


yes


looks like a female nymph of an Angle-wing


You are correct


Katydid


adult female Microcentrum rhombifolium


Not sure if this is helpful


They are identified on the first image


Female Greater Angle-wing Katydid


It is a related species - Turpilia rostrata.


Looks like


Correct


I would try


Looks like Snowy Tree Cricket to me


I would try


Katydid ...


funny :o)


Yes


Done


Male angle-winged katydid


Correct.


Microcentrum species


Anglewing katydid.


Anglewing katydid.


Male Microcentrum sp.


Wow.


Yes, katydid nymph.


Katydid


Um, no.


Yes.


Yes.


It's a katydid


Yes.


Greater Anglewing


Yes, Katydid


Greater Angle-wing Katydid


Moved


Greater Angle-wing Katydid


Angle-wing Katydid


Microcentrum rhombifolium


SoCal Katydids


Angularwing katydid nymph.


I'm pretty sure


From Thomas Walker


Microcentrum


Angularwing katydid