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Two-spotted Tree Cricket (Female)

Neoxabea bipunctata


An interesting katydid/grasshopper-like insect which walked around in a very slow fashion. It seemed as if it had adapted to low light conditions, as the body was very faded, a characteristic of living in dim light. The insect looked somewhat scaled, and had a small head in proportion to the rest of its body. It seemed like it was being harassed by a centipede.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Dragoon 9 years ago
Two-spotted tree cricket
Neoxabea bipunctata two-spotted tree cricket (Neoxabea bipunctata)

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Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

Definitely out of this world, yet right in our backyard!

Dragoon 9 years ago

As with me; I originally thought these might've been a species of Lacewing when I first discovered them. They look like a mix of a cricket and a lacewing!

Crazy little htings.

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

Thanks! I've never heard of these things until I randomly came across it today!! :)

Dragoon 9 years ago

This is a female; they have less defined wings than on the male one you found in the last spotting!

Jacob Gorneau
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Jacob Gorneau

New York, USA

Spotted on Aug 6, 2012
Submitted on Aug 7, 2012

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