Eneoptera guyanensis

Brown Bush Cricket

Eneoptera guyanensis, family Gryllidae, French Guiana


Family: Gryllidae

Subfamily: Eneopterinae

Length: 19-20 mm (exlusive of appendages)


The calling song of this Bush Cricket is a continuous trill that alternates between two sections, one predominantly low-pitched and the other considerably higher.  The two sections of the song correspond to the stridulatory file's two distinct sections (Robillard and Desutter-Grandcolas, 2011).

Eneoptera guyanensis is a dark brown species that has been recorded only from French Guiana (Robillard and Desutter-Grandcolas, 2005).

Photo location: Sentier de Bagne des Annamites, Montsinéry, French Guiana.

Determined by Dr. Tony Robillard, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris.

Eneoptera guyanensis, French Guiana image, Brown Bush Cricket

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