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IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTORS TO THE STUDY OF OECANTHINES:

Charles DeGeer  1720 - 1778    

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Walker_(entomologist) Francis Walker (1809 - 1874) -                         

Willis S. Blatchley   1859 - 1940   

Bentley Ball Fulton   1889 - 1960   (from American Entomologists, by Arnold Mallis)


 


Dr. Richard D. Alexander  - Professor Emeritus,  University of Michigan - Museum of Zoology


Dr. Thomas J. Walker - Professor Emeritus, University of Florida - Gainesville


Dr. Daniel Otte -    The Academy of Natural Sciences  --  Curator and Chairman, Department of Entomology    





USEFUL SITES:


Subfamily Oecanthinae    SINA - Singing Insects of North America -- Tree Crickets

Orthoptera Species File

BugGuide -- Info page for Tree Crickets

1915 article by Bentley B. Fulton  (Detailed info about Tree Crickets)

1962 article by Thomas J. Walker  (Neoxabea Genus and Oecanthus varicornis and niveus groups)

1963 article by Thomas J. Walker  (Oecanthus nigricornis group)