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Subfamily Ceuthophilinae

 
 
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White Sands Camel Cricket - Ammobaenites phrixocnemoides arenicolus - Ammobaenetes arenicolus Unknown Cricket - Ammobaenetes - female Looks like a sand treader to me, but the location is far from the Gypsum Sand dunes.. - Ammobaenetes Ammobaenetes sp. Ammobaenetes sp. Ammobaenetes sp. Ammobaenetes - male Ammobaenetes - male

large cricket - Ceuthophilus guttulosus Orthoptera IMG_5210 - Ceuthophilus maculatus woods cricket - Ceuthophilus mississippi - male Camel Cricket - Ceuthophilus - male Camel Cricket - Ceuthophilus Camel cricket? - Ceuthophilus conicaudus - female Ceuthophilus agassizii? - Ceuthophilus agassizii - female Camel cricket? - Ceuthophilus

7011137 Stenopalmatid - Daihinia brevipes - male Orthoperta - Daihinia brevipes - male What kind of cricket is this? - Daihinia brevipes - male Daihinia brevipes? - Daihinia brevipes - male Daihinia brevipes? - Daihinia brevipes - male Cricket- or cockroach-like bug - Daihinia brevipes Daihinia brevipes - male

desert camel cricket - Daihinibaenetes - female Leaf Roller? - Daihinibaenetes - male An Odd Cricket - Daihinibaenetes - male Daihinibaenetes giganteus? - Daihinibaenetes giganteus - male Daihinibaenetes sand treader - Daihinibaenetes - male Daihinibaenetes arizonensis - male Daihinibaenetes arizonensis - male Daihinibaenetes arizonensis - male


 
 
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