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Photo#240363
snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female

snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - Female
tucson, pima County, Arizona, USA
November 16, 2008
Size: 1 inch

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snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female snowy tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female

Female Snowy Tree Cricket
This is a female. Although we can't see the ovipositor...the way the wings fit snugly on the body indicate it's a female. The males have paddle-shaped wings that lay flat atop their body.

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