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fungus victim - Melanoplus bivittatus - female

fungus victim - Melanoplus bivittatus - Female
Grand Teton N.P. County, Wyoming, USA
August 20, 2014
Size: 1.5 inch
ID help?
Has there been a "killed by fungus" page created?
Thanks

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I think this is Melanoplus bivittatus, but it's tough to tell because it's discolored from the fungus. There is a fungus article on BG here

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