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? - Okanagana canadensis

? - Okanagana canadensis
Dryden, Ontario, Canada
July 1, 2011
Size: 1 - 1.2"

Moved from Tettigadinae.

NOTE: There are three potentially similar looking species with potentially overlapping ranges in the Great Lakes region.

"short recipe list for id"
Okanagana rimosa (usu. more patterned and orangish)
O. canadensis (usu. darker with more contrasting pattern)
O. balli (smallest member and typically associated with Prairies)

Moved from ID Request.

Okanagana sp. (O. rimosa group)
Very nice - dark specimen.

Okanagana canadensis
bolder markings than O. rimosa

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