feeding on Helianthus anuus
in vicinity of spider which she later dragged into the woods
at light at night. S. caryaevorum or S. calanus?
growing in garden, not planted
Calling from vegetation ~1 m tall @ 21:00, temp~85F, calling intermittent with Pterophylla camellifolia calling from nearby tree canopy
USDA plants puts it in synonomy with Setaria pumila. Fora of Missouri use Setaria glauca, so I stayed with that taxonomy. Spikelet subtended by 7 - 20 bristles, stem somewhat flatted, sheaths somewhat keeled, inflorescence ~14 cm long, stems to 90 cm
growing in disturbed soil, originally I believed this to be Digitaria sanguinalis, but leaves are glabrous
calling from canopy ~10:30 am, 89 F, 2014-07-20, Boone Co., MO