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This key can be used to assist in determining
which type of tree cricket you have found. 


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6EdmGUKN7E4SmJfc0JhcXZZa3c/view?ths=true

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Oecanthus tree crickets found in the U.S. are categorized into four different species groups based on various characteristics. The easiest characteristics to use are the width of the male's wings and the markings at the base of the antennae.