The smallest member of the conehead group is the Round-tipped Conehead. It lives in dry to fairly wet grassy or weedy open areas such as roadsides, old fields, and edges of marshes, where it can be heard singing in the late afternoon and into the night.
The season for the Round-tipped Conehead is August – October. In some areas is the last conehead (Neoconocephalus) to begin calling each summer.
- iNaturalist Species Account
- Singing Insects of North America
- Songs of Insects
- Bug Guide Species Account
- Vermont Atlas of Life on iNaturalist – Not recorded
- Singing Insects of North America Distribution Map