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Colorful Cricket Nymph
Location: Grand Case, Saint Martin, French West Indies
December 22, 2010 8:07 am
I recently found this in a meadow near where I live in Grand Case, Saint Martin (French West Indies). It seems to be a cricket nymph, but beyond that I’m not sure. Any ideas?
Signature: Mark

Possibly Bush Cricket

Hi Mark,
We believe this may be an immature male Bush Cricket in the subfamily Trigonidiinae, but we are not certain.  We will try to contact Katydid expert Piotr Naskrecki to get his input.

Possibly Bush Cricket

Thanks for the response. I’ll keep an eye out for updates. I love your site!
Mark

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: West Indies

2 Responses to Possibly Bush Cricket from the West Indies

  1. snofoam says:

    I submitted this a while ago, and I think it is probably Carylla proalbifrons, formerly Orocharis proalbifrons.

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