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Grasshopper nymphs - Syrbula montezuma

Grasshopper nymphs - Syrbula montezuma
Santa Rita Experimental Research Station, Florida Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado NF, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2013
I'm guessing these (both) are Handsome Locust Grasshopper (Syrbula admirabilis) Nymphs. Thank you for your help, as always!
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They are both Gomphocerinae,
but they are different species. The large one is a female Syrbula montezuma, but I can't be certain about the little one. It is something akin to Boopedon, Aulocara, Ageneotettix, or Psoloessa, but it might be none of those.

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