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Nymph?

Observed: 8th June 2013 By: pen-y-bont_mikepen-y-bont_mike’s reputation in Invertebratespen-y-bont_mike’s reputation in Invertebratespen-y-bont_mike’s reputation in Invertebratespen-y-bont_mike’s reputation in Invertebrates
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Description:

Head and body approx 7mm. One of the antennae is extremely long but the other appears to have broken and is significantly shorter.
In my wild garden. I regularly get grassland and woodland bugs and insects. I thought it might be Stenodema (Stenodema) laevigata, which has been identified there but it looks nothing like the only photo I have seen of a nymph of that and the unbroken antennae is significantly longer so is unlikely to be that unless an earlier/later instar.

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It's a Cricket nymph, I could only a guess at a species though.