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Adult male Two-spotted tree cricket  - Neoxabea bipunctata - male

Adult male Two-spotted tree cricket - Neoxabea bipunctata - Male
Lake Forest, Lake County, Illinois, USA
July 27, 2011
Size: 18mm
Top view. 30mm including wings. 10 days elapsed from start of 5th stage to final molting to adult.

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