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Photo#940152
? - Oecanthus niveus - female

? - Oecanthus niveus - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
June 18, 2014
Size: approx. 2 cm long
12 n on oleander leaf.

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? - Oecanthus niveus - female ? - Oecanthus niveus - female

Appears to be a Narrow-winged tree cricket
Although the 'J' hook is not visible in the photos, they are not round dots. Therefore, with the orange patch on the head and translucent limbs and pale color, this would be Narrow-winged tree cricket. The extension of the orange into the pronotal area is also a tell-tale sign.

The lack of paddle-shaped wings indicates this is a female.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thank you, Ken!
Thank you, Ken!

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