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The Different-horned tree cricket is similar in appearance to the Western tree cricket (the pale green form).  It is large with broad wings and has rich red on its head.  The antennae are dark black.


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A male Different-horned tree cricket resting during the daytime.


Different-horned antennal markings are one line each on the first two segments.


Close-up view of the beautiful colors of the antennae.




Females lack the paddle-shaped wings.


Description by Francis Walker.