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Long-[egged Spider Cricket

cf Eidmanacris sp, Phalangopsidae

Habitat:

Found on the forest floor during a night walk at Maipaima Eco Lodge.

Notes:

Is this an Amphiacusta sp.?

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8 Comments

Tiz
Tiz 7 years ago

Oooh! Super-nice with Equador! I am looking forward to see the pictures from there! Have a great time!!!

Tom15
Tom15 7 years ago

I'm surprised there aren't more pictures of these crickets, I saw a few of them on this trip.
I love to travel and see and photograph all sorts of nature that's new to me. In a couple weeks I'll be in Ecuador. Hope to be posting some nice pictures from there when I get back.

Tiz
Tiz 7 years ago

IT is an interesting looking specimen for sure :) I am happy you introduced it! You seem to be travelling a lot, Tom!

Tom15
Tom15 7 years ago

Tiz, it looks like a good match and even taken in Guyana like mine. I couldn't find anything else about the suggested genus, but I'll label this the same as the linked image. Thanks!

Tiz
Tiz 7 years ago

What do you think of this one Tom? http://www.flickr.com/photos/artour_a/56...
It looks similar to me :)

Tom15
Tom15 7 years ago

Emanuel, your photo got me thinking about this one. Hopefully someone will recognize these crickets.

emanuelgoyco
emanuelgoyco 7 years ago

i could'nt find much info on them.

emanuelgoyco
emanuelgoyco 7 years ago

I thinks so! i took a photo of one today! they look very similar in a few ways.

Tom15
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Tom15

Guyana

Spotted on Mar 19, 2012
Submitted on Feb 11, 2013

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