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Discussion in 'Michigan Non-Game Animals, Plants, and Scenery' started by aacosta, Oct 20, 2020.
Alright maybe someone can identify this guy. Never seen one before
Round tipped cone-head nymph, male. Maybe?
I thought it looks like a katydid but it should be green.
Turns out the cone-heads are a member of the katydid family and are moving northward in their range.
Folks at MSU might be able to help you out. Here is an email that you could send the picture to and they might be able to ID it for you.
Got a bug question?
Contact Howard Russell, MSU insect diagnostician, at 517-353-9386 or [email protected].
Never seen one before .Hope its not our next invasive species .
Great. Another new fly pattern I'll have to learn to tie.
Some sort of tree cricket?
Looks much like an Indian Stick
2 spotted tree cricket????
Ok thats got to be it, maybe juvenille since the legs and antenna are transparent? Good work MS team