Fulton's trig
Anaxipha fultoni

Calling male (on edge of leaf), Alachua County, Florida
When calling, males hold their forewings approximately perpendicular to their body.
These crickets are small, with a body length of no more than 6mm (<1/4 inch).
For insects so small, their songs are surprisingly loud.
Photograpy by T. J. Walker, University of Florida.