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Trimerotropis? - Chortophaga viridifasciata - male

Trimerotropis? - Chortophaga viridifasciata - Male
Châteauguay, Montérérie County, Quebec, Canada
May 24, 2017
Size: 40 mm
A really don't know very well the Acrididae, may be Trimerotropis?

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Most grasshoppers in your area at this time of year would still be very small nymphs. Chortophaga is one of a very few that overwinter as large nymphs and become adults in the spring

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