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Snowy Tree Cricket

Oecanthus fultoni


Tree crickets as well as most other crickets have two pairs of wings. The fore wings are located closer to the head and are hard and leathery in appearance. The hind wings are located aft of the fore wings and are the wings it uses for flight. When the cricket is not in flight the fore wings fold back to cover the hind wings. The bodies of tree crickets are long and skinny with a coloration that matches their habitat. They have large powerful legs used for jumping. Their heads contain two antennae which can sense both touch and odor and compound eyes which are inherent in all Orthoptera. ( 2008)


Deciduous park, on black berry vines.

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Steve Lenz
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Steve Lenz

Washington, USA

Spotted on Sep 30, 2010
Submitted on Sep 21, 2012


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