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Photo#239410
Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female

Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - Female
Confluence of Tonto Creek and Horton Creek near Payson, Gila County, Arizona, USA
November 9, 2008

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Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female

Moved
Moved from rileyi group.

Interesting appearance of the antennae...
...I've often seen the tree crickets preen their antennae -- but it's always in a large looped position. This one appears damaged. Too bad, cuz if it had been standing upright, we'd have seen the 2d segment antennal marking which would have allowed an ID of Snowy vs. Riley's.

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