Davis' Tree Cricket (Oecanthus exclamationis)

Davis’ Tree Cricket (Oecanthus exclamationis) © Nancy Collins (iNaturalist)

In the United States the elegant Davis’ Tree Cricket is primarily found in eastern deciduous forests but also occurs in isolated similar habitats in the mountains of southern Arizona.

This cricket lives in the crowns of broad-leaved trees, and sometimes in understory trees and tangled undergrowth.

Conservation Status

Global: GNR


Bulk of observations in iNaturalist recorded June – October.

Early August to mid-October in Ohio; June to Sept. in north Florida.

More Information

Vermont Distribution

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