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Photo#209259
I am at a loss? - Apache degeeri

I am at a loss? - Apache degeeri
Brandon, Rankin County, Mississippi, USA
August 2, 2008
Size: 1/2"

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My only complaint about BugGuide.net
is that the pictures are never big enough.

http://www.jlkramer.net/Pictures/OD/otiocerus_degeeri.htm

 
Second that!
I should link those I post on Flickr back here.

This critter is spectacular!

totally stunning beast -- thank you!
*

Wow!
What a spectacular hopper. Thanks for the pic. Just when you think you've seen everything...

Should we call it a "Turkey H
Should we call it a "Turkey Hopper" or "Thanksgiving Bug"? :)

Neat find!!

 
Good name
I second that suggestion.

 
Nice :-)
Check out Otiocerus degeeri!

 
Thanks for the ID
This has to be one of the strangest insects I have ever seen. The antennas are unreal.

 
A Derbid Hopper?
Who woulda thunk!? Nice ID Stephen.

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