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Leptysma marginicollis marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis id.


Cattail Toothpick Grasshopper (Leptysma marginicollis)?


These are tough but...


Compare Stenacris, Achurum? (I'm confused!)


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Frassed


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


yep - Leptysma marginicollis


another Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


looks like a Leptysma marginicollis nymph


yes, Leptysma marginicollis


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Leptysma marginicollis hebardi


looks like Leptysma marginicollis to me


Leptysma marginicollis


Achurum carinatum


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Moved


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Moved


Acrididae?


a close relative - Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis it is


Leptysma marginicollis


possibly Cattail Toothpick Grasshopper


Leptysma marginicollis


yes, it is Leptysma marginicollis


I think you are correct - Tha


Neither :)


Cattail toothpick grasshopper.


looks like


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis


Cattail Toothpick Grasshopper


Leptysma marginicollis hebardi


Maybe


Moved to:


Leptysma marginicollis


Leptysma marginicollis hebardi


One of the gomphocerine grasshoppers,


Grasshopper


Cattail toothpick grasshopper.


Toothpick Grasshopper


I don't think that's a Mermir