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Aeoloplides tenuipennis? - Aeoloplides tenuipennis - male

Aeoloplides tenuipennis? - Aeoloplides tenuipennis - Male
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, San Diego County, California, USA
October 5, 2008
On this day in Sentenac Cienega we found three different grasshoppers on Four-winged Saltbush (Atriplex canescens--Chenopodiaceae). It has a blue tibia and red antennae. Back at the end of May I submitted an ID request for a hopper I thought might be Aeoloplides tennuipennis. It was not but rather H. viridis . Now I am wondering if perhaps this male grasshopper is the actual A. tenuipennis. At least it's on the right plant! I will post the male appendage. Any guidance will be appreciated.

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Aeoloplides tenuipennis? - Aeoloplides tenuipennis - male Aeoloplides tennuipennis? - Aeoloplides tenuipennis - male

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Looks correct to me.
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Aeoloplides tennuipennis male
Great! Thanks so much, David. This ID is a big help!

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