Hook-faced Conehead Pyrgocorypha uncinata (Harris, 1841)  

Description:

Wings extend beyond abdomen; cone has prominent gap separating cone from face, and ends in sharp down-turned point; brown females and green females occur in approximately equal numbers; males are always brown. (BugGuide)

Where to find:

Males sing from trees, woodlands. Juveniles probably in grassy areas. Song is a high-pitched ringing hiss modulated momentarily 4-5 times per second. (BugGuide)

There is 1 record in the project database.

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A male Hook-faced Conehead in St. Mary's Co., Maryland (10/3/2019). Determined by Brandon Woo/BugGuide. Photo by Tyler Bell. (MBP list)

A male Hook-faced Conehead in St. Mary's Co., Maryland (10/3/2019). Determined by Brandon Woo/BugGuide. Photo by Tyler Bell. (MBP list)

A male Hook-faced Conehead in St. Mary's Co., Maryland (10/3/2019). Determined by Brandon Woo/BugGuide. Photo by Tyler Bell. (MBP list)


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