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Species Oecanthus varicornis - Different-horned Tree Cricket

 
 
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Oecanthus varicornis pair (used for article on handraising) - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis, showing antennal markings (handraised) - Oecanthus varicornis - male handraised Oecanthus varicornis moulting to full adult - Oecanthus varicornis - male handraised Oecanthus varicornis moulting to full adult - Oecanthus varicornis - male Oecanthus varicornis drinking metanotal fluid after mating, spermatophore attached - K6, K9 - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis drinking metanotal fluid after mating, spermatophore attached - K6, K9 - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis mating (spermatophore transfer) - K18, K23 - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis mating (spermatophore transfer) - K18, K23 - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis singing K14N - Oecanthus varicornis - male Oecanthus varicornis first-instar nymph - handraised - Oecanthus varicornis handraised Oecanthus varicornis eggs on Chromolaena odorata, slightly unusual pattern - Oecanthus varicornis handraised Oecanthus varicornis eggs on Chromolaena odorata, slightly unusual pattern - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis (handraised) moulting to second instar - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis nymph's plant showing eggs (Malvaviscus arboreus) - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis nymph at 2 days old, handraised grandnymph of original pair - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis nymph at 2 days old, handraised grandnymph of original pair - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis nymph at 2 days old, handraised grandnymph of original pair - Oecanthus varicornis Oecanthus varicornis nymph at 2 days old, handraised grandnymph of original pair - Oecanthus varicornis

 
 
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