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Photo#21599
juvenile? something - Neoxabea bipunctata - male

juvenile? something - Neoxabea bipunctata - Male
Bedford, Westchester County, New York, USA
June 22, 2005
Size: 3 or 4mm
Size is a guess, very small. I'll have to work on taking a ruler.

Tree cricket nymph.
They often pose this way, but I have no idea why:-) This is probably a nymph of the twospotted tree cricket, Neoxabea bipunctata.

 
Twospotted Tree Cricket
Thanks Eric. He's a very cute little guy, face looks like Bambi. Yes the pose is interesting. He/she holds it for quite a while.

 
This is my favorite nymph photo of N. bipunctata
Sooo cute.

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