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Migratory Grasshopper


Female Melanoplus?


I see what you mean,


I am putting this under this heading


Possibilities on these pink nymphs--likely Melanoplus


Moved


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


Me too !!


Melanoplus


A spurthroated grasshopper in


This is a nearly grown male Spur-throat Grasshopper nymph


I would say this one is a Lesser "Migratory" Grasshopper


Odd, I posted a comment earlier and it's not here.


Your 'Say' Is Correct, Actually...


Melanoplus, probably M. femur


Melanoplus, maybe femurrubrum


Looks like Melanoplus sanguin


female Melanoplus can be very difficult,


females of these average-sized Melanoplus


Neat!


Not bad


I see


A male Spur-throat Grasshopper in genus Melanoplus


female Spur-throat Grasshopper nymph - genus Melanoplus


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


I think this probably is indeed Melanoplus confusus


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


The pictures helped


Melanoplus sanguinipes


female Melanoplus can be difficult to identify


female Melanoplus


All I can add...


I can't totally rule out M. fasciatus,


I can't totally rule out M. fasciatus,


young nymph of a species of Melanoplus


a female in genus Melanoplus


female of genus Melanoplus


Migratory Grasshoppers


I'm revising my initial impre


Yes


Either a Red-legged Grasshopp


female in genus Melanoplus


this is a nearly mature female Melanoplus nymph


a male Spur-throat Grasshopper in the genus Melanoplus


This is an adult male in the genus Melanoplus


For the one crackling, look in open sunny places


This fellow is another male Melanoplus


a nymph of probably


Female Melanoplus of this basic appearance


Just a guess


tough call from what is visible, but it is


Almost certainly a Red-legged Grasshopper


This looks like


Melanoplus


other species


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Looks to be a Spur-throught Grasshopper


They definitely look to be the same species


Melanoplus species


variation


Melanoplus species


Melanoplus


likely


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes likely


Melanoplus sanguinipes


very interesting - ??? Melanoplus spretus female ???


Melanoplus femurrubrum


Looks more like Melanoplus sanguinipes


Sounds Good To Me


probably melanoplus sanguinipes


probably melanoplus sanguinipes


yes - femurrubrum


Likely Melanoplus sanguinipes


Pink Melanoplus


Likely


Probably


Photo is too fuzzy to be absolutely certain,


Any photos showing the abdomen?


Probably


Either


Probably


Probably


Moved


Melanoplus


Do you have any other photos?


A few possibilities that look similar


probably


Very likely correct,


Grasshopper


This looks more like Melanopl


Thanks for your continued help


Melanoplus sanguinipes?


M. sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Migratory Grasshopper (Melanoplus sanguinipes) - male


Melanoplus, probably M. sanguinipes


Moved for expert attention


Melanoplus species


This is a common end to grasshoppers


Melanoplus sanguinipes?


male "Lesser Migratory Grasshopper"


Melanoplus sanguinipes


female - probably Melanoplus sanguinipes


I expect she is most likely Melanoplus sanguinipes,


Melanoplus sanguinipes


male Melanoplus


other Melanoplus


male Melanoplus


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


female Melanoplus


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


Migrotory Grasshopper


Probably Melanoplus sanguinipes


judging by the shape of the end of the abdomens


Looks like probably a nymph of a Migratory Grasshopper


Looks like a male "Migratory Grasshopper"


pretty sure they are Melanoplus sanguinipes


male Spurthroat Grasshopper in genus Melanoplus


Now virtually certain this is...


a male in the genus Melanoplus


a Melanoplus sp.


looks like a male Melanoplus sanguinipes


a Melanoplus nymph


You're in the ball park, but no this is another species.


I doubt it, but it could be


Need a clear view of the end of the abdomen to be sure,


female Melanoplus


Yes it can - a male "Migratory Grasshopper"


Definitely looks like the same fellow,


an adult female in the genus Melanoplus


It is in genus Melanoplus,


female Spur-throat Grasshopper in the genus Melanoplus


Melanoplus sanguinipes


female Melanoplus for sure,


genus is Melanoplus


Melanoplus sanguinipes - male


Does resemble M. keeleri,


male Lesser "Migratory" Grasshopper,


adult female Red-legged Grasshopper


looks like a female Melanoplus sanguinipes to me,


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus


It does resemble that species a lot,


an adult female of probably Melanoplus sanguinipes,


a female Spur-throat Grasshopper


Yes, Melanoplus nymph


likely this is a female Melanoplus sanguinipes,


Another one of those females that's hard to be sure about.


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


definitely Melanoplus,


Nymph id


probably Melanoplus sanguinipes


a male Melanoplus sanguinipes


female Melanoplus can be difficult


looks like Melanoplus sanguinipes


The only species in the area that seems to fit


This is a Red-legged Grasshopper


Moved for expert attention


It is a Melanoplus nymph, but hard to be sure of species.


mmm - since he's a boy, and so am I, I won't comment on the legs


female Melanoplus species


looks like a male Melanoplus sanguinipes


hard to be sure without seeing more,


because of location, I'm going with Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus nymph


Do you have any other photos?


This is a female, probably a "Lesser Migratory Grasshopper"


female Melanoplus


famale Spurthroat Grasshopper in genus Melanoplus


Pretty sure she's Melanoplus sanguinipes,


a female Spur-throat Grasshopper


I think this is Melanoplus bruneri, it is a male


Doesn't look like a Differential Grasshopper


If I am seeing the top of the abdomen correctly


A Spur-throat Grasshopper nymph, nearly mature


Melanoplus indeed


There is a slim chance that this is another species,


female Melanoplus


Do you by chance have a shot from the other side


a male Lesser Migratory Grasshopper


male Melanoplus sanguinipes


a female Spur-throat Grasshopper


looks like Melanoplus sanguinipes


It is a female last instar nymph of genus Melanoplus


That is what BugGuide is for.


Melanoplus sanguinipes -


Hard to tell,


It is indeed a last instar female nymph of Melanoplus,


We'll put it with M. sanguinipes, as I'm fairly sure,


looks like


You've definitely got the genus Melanoplus correct.


It is a male of the [Lesser] Migratory Grasshopper


a nymph of a Spur-throat Grasshopper


A female Melanoplus,


hard to be 100% sure with females that look like this one,


A nymph


An adult male


another suspected


Another female with the "look"


This one has the look


These females are tough


I'm not certain about this girl


a nymph of


Melanoplus sanguinipes?


It's a female Melanoplus


Gon'a go with M. sanguinipes


This is a female of the genus


Do you have any other photos?


It would be very difficult,


looks like


Melanoplus nymph


Looks like probably


A very striking female


Melanoplus species


Inside femur


female Melanoplus are difficult


female Melanoplus species


It could...


Candidates


Correct


a very young Melanoplus nymph


Melanoplus nymph


Melanoplus devastator


Melanoplus species


Great to see this illustration


Forget which year,


Not unusual


I kind'a suspect it's a girl


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus female


Melanoplus female


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Tough one


probably


Melanoplus species


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes probably


same individual


ugh - it's another girl


Well - it's a girl !


gut reaction is mmm, on the fence, but


Melanoplus sanguinipes


This one


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Definitely Melanoplus


3rd instar Melanoplus species


high odds


Melanoplus sanguinipes probably


Melanoplus sanguinipes probably


Melanoplus femurrubrum - Red-legged Grasshopper


Melanoplus femurrubrum


Melanoplus femurrubrum probably


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus femurrubrum probably


Melanoplus sanguinipes male


Melanoplus sanguinipes


Melanoplus sanguinipes


This looks like a fourth instar nymph


Melanoplus sanguinipes maybe


Could Be Your Other Hopper's Mate!


Well...


I missed on the size