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Which Tree Cricket? - Neoxabea bipunctata - male

Which Tree Cricket? - Neoxabea bipunctata - Male
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 3, 2007
Size: 1 inch

A male, at last!
This is, finally, a male of the two-spotted tree cricket, Neoxabea bipunctata. Congratulations! Great find, great image.

at last?
This male was posted two years ago.

First reported in Canada only several years ago, they're now very common in my town. I've seen a couple of hundred in the past 3 years, with females outnumbering males at least 10 to 1.

Thanks! Question-do only m

Question-do only males call? If so my porch is full of males!!

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