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Yes, still in one of the nymph stages (final instar?) and a female. Nice photo.
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Fascinating things Crickets, I intend to do more photography of them this year. Thanks Chris
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Agree that its a nymph, which in my reference book (Evans and Edmonson)is shown as greener than the adult. The observation in June seems relevant, given that these authors state that this species (the adult presumably) is to be seen between mid-July and October.
Hi Grant, all I can add is that we had an exceptional early start to the season last year, everything was a few weeks early.
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