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Genus Oecanthus - Common Tree Crickets

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tree crickets post-mating - Oecanthus nigricornis - male - female Oecanthus from Dogwood twig - Oecanthus forbesi - female Cricket? - Oecanthus nigricornis - female grasshopper? - Oecanthus pini - female Adult female Oecanthus? - Oecanthus salvii - female Tree cricket - Oecanthus forbesi Oecanthus quadripunctatus - female Oecanthus celerinictus, old female (handraised) - Oecanthus celerinictus - female

Small cricket? - Oecanthus niveus Tree Cricket nymph - Oecanthus niveus tree cricket on oak  - Oecanthus niveus - male Oecanthus - Oecanthus niveus - male Oecanthus niveus - female Oecanthus k3ydmwpot0505 - Oecanthus niveus Oecanthus niveus Oecanthus niveus - female

tree cricket - Oecanthus fultoni - female Alexander's male - Oecanthus alexanderi - male I am pretty sure this is Oecanthus! - Oecanthus rileyi - female Tree Cricket - Oecanthus rileyi - female Cricket? - Oecanthus - male katydid nymph ? - Oecanthus fultoni Oecanthus fultoni cosy up together (daytime sleeping)  K2 K28 - Oecanthus fultoni - male - female handraised Oecanthus fultoni, female, adult nymph of original pair - Oecanthus fultoni - female

3rd Cricket - Oecanthus californicus Tree Cricket - Oecanthus californicus - male Oecanthus sp--tree cricket - Oecanthus californicus - male Western Tree Cricket - Oecanthus californicus - male Male Texas tree cricket - Oecanthus texensis - male mating with spermatophore visible, K6C, K9C - Oecanthus varicornis - male - female Oecanthus varicornis eating Turk's Cap blossom (used for article on handraising) - Oecanthus varicornis - female Oecanthus - female

Cricket - Oecanthus - female Unknown nymph - Oecanthus Insect boring - Oecanthus nymph? no idea where to start with this little guy - Oecanthus Oecanthus nymph - Oecanthus tree cricket - Oecanthus Oecanthus Oecanthus

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