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Species Achurum sumichrasti - Sumichrast Toothpick Grasshopper

Sumichrast's Toothpick Grasshopper, Achurum sumichrasti - Achurum sumichrasti - female Toothpick Grasshopper - Achurum sumichrasti - female 1224C01 - Achurum sumichrasti - male 1224C01 - Achurum sumichrasti - male 1224C01 - Achurum sumichrasti - male 1224C01 - Achurum sumichrasti - male 1224C01 - Achurum sumichrasti - male Toothpick - Achurum sumichrasti
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids)
Suborder Caelifera (Grasshoppers)
Family Acrididae (Short-horned Grasshoppers)
Subfamily Gomphocerinae (Slant-faced Grasshoppers)
No Taxon (Achurum Group - Spine-knee Toothpick Grasshoppers)
Genus Achurum
Species sumichrasti (Sumichrast Toothpick Grasshopper)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Achurum sumichrasti (Saussure, 1861)
Identification
Distinguished from other U.S. Achurum species by its long wings (extending beyond end of abdomen) (1)
Range
Southern TX to AZ; also throughout most of Mexico (1)
Season
In AZ overwintering as nymphs, with adults appearing in June (1)
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