Nymph
Southern oak bush cricket

Last update: 23 December 2018
OBSERVATION:
2016-V-27

A nymph of the Soutern oak bush cricket (Meconema meridionale).

Nymph Southern oak bush cricket
(Meconema meridionale)

This bushcricket is omni present in the garden. This nymph sits on the underside of a grapeleave. Nymphs, the juveniles, are recognizeable by the lack of wings. The adults in this particular species have very small wings as well though.


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