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Photo#1372
Red-headed Bush Cricket - Phyllopalpus pulchellus - female

Red-headed Bush Cricket - Phyllopalpus pulchellus - Female
Chattahoochee Nat'l Rec Area, Abbots Bridge, Georgia, USA
August 13, 2003

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Red-headed Bush Cricket - Phyllopalpus pulchellus - female Red-headed Bush Cricket - Phyllopalpus pulchellus - female

Red-headed Bush Cricket
Any idea why this specimen is so hairy? And I assume that image #1373 is the same one.
All the others, adults and juveniles alike, are hairless and even glossy, so different from this one, although all the other features are the same. This is very curious.

 
hair?
Did you ever find out why this specimen has such a different appearance? Still a nymph?

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