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Common Conehead Katydid

Do you have any photos from other angles

Not far off; it's in the same genus.

Also photographed the Neocono

is the date correct?

close - Neoconocephalus triops female

definitely Neoconocephalus, male

yes, male Neoconocephalus sp

definitely female Neoconocephalus

pretty sure this is Neoconocephalus retusus

Neoconocephalus retusus

Neoconocephalus retusus

female Neoconocephalus retusus

looks like a female Neoconocephalus retusus

Neoconocephalus retusus

he looks like Neoconocephalus retusus

he looks to me like Neoconocephalus retusus

Looks like a male Round-tipped Conehead

pls edit the Remarks

This is Neoconocephalus retusus

Hard to be absolutely certain

I'm pretty sure this fellow is Neoconocephalus retusus

pretty sure she is Neoconocephalus retusus

Hi, Steve.

To me it looks like a Round-tipped Conehead

Appears to be a male Neoconocephalus triops

moved to Neoconocephalus retusus

thanks Eric

round tipped?

Yeah, sure:-)

Round-tipped Conehead

Round-tipped Conehead

Neoconocephalus sp.