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Synonyms for Oecanthus

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The tree crickets included at least two species, the narrow-winged tree cricket Oecanthus niveus (DeGeer) (28 nymphs, 115 adults) and Oecanthus fultoni T.
The genus Neoxabea and the niveus and varicornis groups of the genus Oecanthus.
Pulse rate variation, for example, characterizes different species of North American Oecanthus tree crickets and is the main criterion by which females distinguish conspecific calls from the calls of coexisting heterospecifics (Walker 1957).
This intensity approximated the natural intensity of Oecanthus calling song (Forrest 1993) and caused no substantial attenuation of the song.
New World thermometer crickets: the Oecanthus rileyi species group and a new species from North America.
The genus Oecanthus currently contains 64 species (Eades et al.
The genus of Oecanthus was determined by the presence of spines on the hind tibiae, and lack of a tubercle on the distal border of the scape.
TW reported to RDA that the material evidenced the existence of several undescribed species of the Oecanthus rileyi group, but neither RDA or TW pursued the matter at that time.
Female mate choice and no detected predation risk in relation to the calling song of Oecanthus niveus (Gryllidae: Oecanthinae).
2003 Mogoplistidae Hophlosphyrum griseus Prestwich & Walker 1981 Gryllidae Oecanthus celerinictus Prestwich & Walker 1981 Gryllidae Oecanthus quadripunctatus Van Hook 1971 Gryllidae Pternonemobius fasciatus Full et al.
1 Bradypodidae Acanthoplus discoidalis 4 Anostostomatidae Libanasidus vittatus 3 Gryllidae Acheta domestica 30 Gryllodes sigillatus 14 Gryllus bimaculatus 156 Oecanthinae Oecanthus sp.
In the tree cricket Oecanthus nigricornis, size (as a PC incorporating head width, hindwing length, foretibia length, forewing length and width) and song frequency are negatively correlated (Brown et al.
Our work group used both Petraborg indices, modified and unmodified, to calculate the density of male tree crickets, Oecanthus niveus, singing at a site in Central Mexico from January to December, 2005.
Brachystola mexicana was observed more abundantly on low bushes or even on the litter, Oecanthus varicornis on bush branches, and Schistocerca cohni on tall bushes or on three branches where its occurence is well known (Uvarov 1977).