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BLACK-HORNED TREE CRICKET - O. nigricornis

    


This female Black-horned tree cricket is near the end of life -- note the yellow color.  The male still has deep black coloring.

A female Black-horned tree cricket with an attached spermatophore.


Description by Francis Walker.