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Subfamily Oecanthinae - Tree Crickets

Phylum Arthropoda - Arthropods
Subphylum Hexapoda - Hexapods
Class Insecta - Insects
Order Orthoptera - Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids
Suborder Ensifera - Long-horned Orthoptera
Infraorder Gryllidea - Crickets
Family Gryllidae - True Crickets
Subfamily Oecanthinae - Tree Crickets

Genus Neoxabea - Smooth-legged Tree Crickets
Species bipunctata - Two-spotted Tree Cricket
Genus Oecanthus - Common Tree Crickets
No Taxon Nigricornis Group
Species argentinus - Prairie Tree Cricket
Species beameri - White Sands Tree Cricket
Species celerinictus - Fast-calling Tree Cricket
Species forbesi - Forbes' Tree Cricket
Species laricis - Tamarack Tree Cricket
Species nigricornis - Black-horned Tree Cricket
Species pini - Pine Tree Cricket
Species quadripunctatus - Four-spotted Tree Cricket
Species salvii - Sage Tree Cricket
Species walkeri - Walker's Tree Cricket
No Taxon forbesi vs nigricornis
No Taxon Niveus Group
Species exclamationis - Davis' Tree Cricket
Species niveus - Narrow-winged Tree Cricket
No Taxon Rileyi Group
Species alexanderi - Alexander's Tree Cricket
Species fultoni - Snowy Tree Cricket
Species rileyi - Riley's Tree Cricket
No Taxon Varicornis Group
Species californicus - Western Tree Cricket
No Taxon californicus - brown form
No Taxon californicus - pale form
Subspecies pictipennis - Oecanthus californicus pictipennis
Species latipennis - Broad-winged Tree Cricket
Species major - Great Tree Cricket
Species texensis - Texas Tree Cricket
Species varicornis - Different-horned Tree Cricket
No Taxon unidentified nymphs, eggs or oviposited twigs
No Taxon Undetermined species - special interest