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Ground cricket - Anaxipha exigua - female

Ground cricket - Anaxipha exigua - Female
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
August 12, 2005

Moved
Moved from Brown Trigs.

Moved

Moved
I didn't notice any song that it might have been singing.

Eunemobius carolinus
It looks like a Nemobiine to me, and best fits E. carolinus. Did you record the song??? Best way to tell.

 
Trick
comment. It is a female.

 
You got me:-)
Only the males sing.

Not a tree Cricket
not sure what it is though.

 
Cricket sp.
Tree cricket was a shot in the dark, like when I found this one it was getting dark, and I found it on low vegetation in the woods. Thanks Lynette.

 
Bush cricket.
This is a bush cricket, but not a genus I am familiar with.

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