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Photo#855135
Tree Cricket? - Oecanthus - male

Tree Cricket? - Oecanthus - Male
Hocking County, Ohio, USA
October 14, 2013

Moved
Moved from Tree Crickets.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.
Looks like it's been attacked by some sort of fungus as well.

Yes
It is a Common Tree Cricket- Oecanthus but, I can't quite make out which one from photo. Markings at the base of the antennae are important features for species ID.

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