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Orthoptera of Michigan


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Revision of the Alutacea Group of genus Schistocerca (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Cyrtacanthacridinae).


Melanoplus foxi Hebard, 1923 (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Melanoplinae): Rediscovered After Almost 60 Years ...


Arthropod and nematode parasites, parasitoids, and predators of Acrididae in America north of Mexico


The North American Grasshoppers, volume I, Acrididae, Gomphocerinae and Acridinae


The North American Grasshoppers, volume II, Acrididae, Oedipodinae


Grasshoppers of Florida (Invertebrates of Florida)


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Acrididae


If you look closely at them, and do it over and over,


Hi Ashley


Tetrigidae, not Acrididae


Tetrigidae, not Acrididae


Family is Acrididae and I am


Immature Acrididae.


Acrididae nymph


Acrididae: Melanoplinae


Frassed


Acrididae (short-horned grasshopper)


Tettigoniidae host


resources


Otte's Book


Are experts more likely to se


Thank you


Acrididae: Gomphocerinae


Spur-throated.


I can't find the equivalent of what was there a year ago.


Let's exchange emails again


yes, I have the wild republic bag-nice set.


Horse Lubber Grasshopper


Acrididae?


Moved


NIIIIICE!


Acrididae


Grasshopper photo...


Acrididae


Nymph.


The prey . . .


I am very happy to have found out that this is almost


Gomphocerinae nymph


I have a fondness for the green ones


Short-horned Grasshoppers (Acrididae) - Female


There isn't much


True Locusts


I'm a little late coming into this discussion, didn't see it;


This would appear to be


well, thanks, Dave -- knowing your ways helps a lot :-]


Hi all


Orthoptera


Two


Thanks for your efforts Ken


Thanks David!


subfamily?


Not cricket


Could be Melanoplus femurrubrum too


Male, I think.


Acrididae


No.


No, sorry.


Adult male.


Nymph, Acrididae.


You, too?:-)


good guess


It may only be temporary


Grasshopper nymph.


bishop_museum_online Pro User says:


Grasshopper.


Nymph.


Acrididae.


Acrididae:-)


Not Acrididae:-)


Moved


Nymph:-)


David- Thanks! Could not find


Might stay that way....


Nymph.


Eric- Thanks! renamed and mov


Nymph.


probably closely related


More images?


Grasshopper


No.


Who knows?


Yes, nymph.


Adult male.


Nymph.


?


Adult.


Adults....


Nymph.


Nymph of Acrididae.


Melanoplinae.


"Mole cricket" is a misnomer:-)


Slant-faced acridid.


Slant-faced nymph.


Nymph?


Female.


Female Syrbula montezuma.


Acrididae


Grasshopper


Yes.


Nymph.


Syrbula?


Nymph of Differential Grasshopper.


Nymph.


Female Prionyx.


Nymph.


Habitat?


True....


Nymph.


Too young.


Acrididae.


I am studying entomology for


Acrididae.


Melanoplus?


Probably.


Nymph.


Grasshoppers are tough, but yes, likely


Nympyh of Acrididae.


Acrididae nymph.


Yes!


Pallid-winged grasshopper.


Yes, tough


Acrididae.


family Acrididae


Too bad


Immature.


Acrididae.


Not sure


Romaleidae


Nice Image:-)


Grasshopper


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