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Brachystola magna   Lubber Grasshopper  - Brachystola magna - female

Brachystola magna Lubber Grasshopper - Brachystola magna - Female
Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge, Comanche County, Oklahoma, USA
June 21, 2014
Size: 6.5 cm
Brachystola magna (Lubber Grasshopper) Seemed friendly at first, but then, too late I realized this is a flesh eater!

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Brachystola magna   Lubber Grasshopper  - Brachystola magna - female Brachystola magna   Lubber Grasshopper  - Brachystola magna - female

yes, Brachystola magna, a female
Moved from Arthropods.

So it tried to chomp you, huh? Interesting. I've had that happen with some grasshoppers, but they usually move on after a minute.

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