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Tussock Moth

In this case the endearing and almost human-like characteristics of this extremely hairy moth.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/lepi_031.html
Pallid-Winged Grasshopper Trimeritropis pallidipennis

A California camouflage specialist, this grasshopper can be very hard to spot against the tiny granite chips of a dry river bed.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_002.html
Short Horned Grasshopper

This young grasshopper lacks the fully developed wings of an adult. They have visible tympanic membranes for hearing located on the side of their abdomen.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_006.html
Young Short Horned Grasshopper

Long held as a symbol of thriving prosperity and even believed to be an aphrodisiac, katydids lay numerous eggs.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_007.html
Short-Horned Grasshopper (Melanoplus spp.)

Melanoplus is an extensive genus of Short Horned Grasshopper. Several species can become serious pests to grass crops.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_003.html
Spur-Throated Grasshopper

This Melanoplus grasshopper from the Owens Valley in California was baking in the early morning sun prior to a busy day of plant eating.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_001.html
Monkey Grasshopper

With few visible flowering plants in tropical rainforests, insect have been named the flowers of the jungle.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_008.html
Ecuadorian Walking Stick Mimic Proscopia spp.

Bearing a remarkable similarity to a walking stick, this Ecuadorian Grasshopper group possesses thickened hind femora and a very stylized head.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_009.html
Brazilian Short-Horned Grasshopper

As a ground dweller feeding on organic material on the forest floor, this Brazilian grasshopper come equipped with formidable spines lining the tibia of the powerful hind legs.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/orthoptera/orth_005.html
Gourd Cricket Containers

Shanghai Cricket Club, Cultural Entomology Digest 3Various gourds with lids for containing singing insects.

http://www.insects.org/ced3/gourds_lid.html