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Phymateus Viridipes, also known as the Green Milkweed Locust or African Bush Grasshopper, is an African locust in the family Pyrgomorphidae (Gaudy Grasshoppers). It is about 70 millimetres (2.8 in) long at maturity and capable of long migratory flights. Its body and fore-wings are green in colour while the hind-wings are bright red and blue, presenting a striking appearance in flight.

Phymateus Viridipes, also known as the Green Milkweed Locust or African Bush Grasshopper, is an African locust in the family Pyrgomorphidae (Gaudy Grasshopper

Chinese Insect ~ Katydid Nymph (Pseudophyllinae, Cymatomerini, Olcinia or Sathrophyllia sp.

Rainbow Grasshopper - Dactylotum bicolor of Costa Rica

because this is natures Painted Grasshopper, Dactylotum bicolor. Also known as the Rainbow Grasshopper. Nature is AWEsome!

Tie Dye Grass Hopper

Colorful grasshopper When I was a we used to see big colorful, mostly green and yellow, all the time.

Trilobite beetle, Trilobite larva or "Sumatran Trilobite larva". The males are much smaller, 8–9 mm, with a beetle-like appearance. Most are found in tropical rainforests, notably in India and South-east Asia.

Trilobite beetle, Trilobite larva or "Sumatran Trilobite larva". The males are much smaller, mm, with a beetle-like appearance. Most are found in tropical rainforests, notably in India and South-east Asia.

HEXAPODA (Hexápode) - Classe Insecta.  /   HEXAPODA (Hexapod) - Class Insecta.  Calligrapha rowena

HEXAPODA (Hexápode) - Classe Insecta. / HEXAPODA (Hexapod) - Class Insecta. Calligrapha rowena

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Grasshopper, Painted - Dactylotum bicolor (KS) by MO FunGuy

Bloody net-winged beetle (Lycus sanguineus),  Superstition Wilderness, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona.

Bloody net-winged beetle (Lycus sanguineus), my nominee for the best-named insect I’ve seen all year. In the Superstition Wilderness, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona.

OK.... My daughter is standing here holding me while I am pinning this horrendous creature's picture.  Yes...I have a specific phobia.  FREAKING GRASSHOPPERS (the picture is covered while I type this!!).  When I think about exposure therapy and looking at them, touching or god forbid, kissing one, I can't breathe.  Please, no one bring any grasshoppers to class.  I will freak out.

Top Unusual Cat Breeds On Earth.

a Grasshopper was hopping about. An Ant passed by, bearing along with great toil an ear of corn he was taking to the nest. "Why not come and chat with me," said the Grasshopper, "instead of toiling and moiling in that way?" / "I am helping to lay

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