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4. Grasshoppers occur in greatest numbers in lowland tropical forests, semiarid regions, and grasslands

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5. Grasshoppers are herbivorous insects of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera

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6. To distinguish them from bush crickets or katydids, they are sometimes referred to as short-horned Grasshoppers

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7. Grasshoppers in the genus Schistocerca, commonly called bird Grasshoppers, are also known around the world as the swarming locusts.

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8. Grasshoppers can be the most noticeable and damaging insects to yards and fields

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9. Grasshoppers are divided into two groups according to the length of their antennae: Long-horned Grasshoppers; Short-horned Grasshoppers; Long-Horned Grasshoppers

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10. Formerly known as bush cricket, long-horned Grasshoppers belong to the family “Tettigoniidae” and order “Orthoptera”

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11. Spraying plants with soapy water keeps aphids off plants, and may work for Grasshoppers as well

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12. Planting cilantro, calendula, and sweet clover in your garden will keep Grasshoppers away as well.

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13. Grasshoppers lay their eggs in the soil during fall, where they hatch the following spring

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14. Gardens that are well irrigated with an abundance of vegetation available are quite favorable to Grasshoppers

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15. How to Identify Grasshoppers in Your Garden

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16. Grasshoppers are typically brown or green insects that measure around 2” (5 cm) long with a narrow, long body

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17. An identifying feature of Grasshoppers is their large, angled hind legs

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23. While all Grasshoppers and many of their relatives belong to the order Orthoptera (meaning long wing in Latin), they were subdivided in 1939 to two suborders, Caelifera and Ensifera

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27. Grasshoppers are a crunchy, delicious treat enjoyed around the world in countries like Mexico and Uganda

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28. As long as you cook your Grasshoppers, whether boiling or frying them, they will be safe to eat and ready in minutes.

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29. Lubber Grasshoppers are destructive defoliators; they consume the leaf tissue of numerous plant species

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30. More commonly though, lubber Grasshoppers will eat irregular holes in vegetation and then move to another leaf or plant.

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35. Most Grasshoppers that you find in your garden, along the side of the road, or perhaps while walking through a summer meadow belong to the family Acrididae.The group is subdivided into several subfamilies that include slant-faced Grasshoppers, stridulating Grasshoppers, Band-winged Grasshoppers, and some of the better-known locusts.

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36. Grasshoppers were also an important food of Indian tribes in western North America

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37. Various methods of harvest were used, but, most frequently, the Grasshoppers were encircled by a number of people and driven into a pit previously dug or onto a bed of coals

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38. Grasshoppers only eat plants, while crickets will eat other animals and are omnivorous

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39. A lot of people around the world eat Grasshoppers.

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40. By Susan Jones One of the largest and slowest moving Grasshoppers, lubbers can attain 3 inches (7.5 cm) in length at maturity, and cause a great deal of damage to an orchid collection

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41. Grasshoppers comprise one of the oldest insect families on earth

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42. The first Grasshoppers probably appeared 250 million years ago during the Triassic period

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48. Grasshoppers are medium to large insects

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51. There are about 25,000 species Orthopteroids worldwide - the order of insects that Grasshoppers and crickets belong to

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55. The band-winged Grasshoppers are the only type of short-horned Grasshoppers that can produce sound during flight

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GRASSHOPPERS [ˈɡrasˌhäpər]

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What do grasshoppers mean?

Definition of grasshopper. 1 : any of numerous plant-eating orthopterous insects (Acrididae, Tettigoniidae, and some related families) having the hind legs adapted for leaping and sometimes engaging in migratory flights in which whole regions may be stripped of vegetation. 2 : a cocktail made with crème de menthe, crème de cacao, and light cream.

What's the definition of "grasshopper"?

Definition of grasshopper. 1 : any of numerous plant-eating orthopterous insects (Acrididae, Tettigoniidae, and some related families) having the hind legs adapted for leaping and sometimes engaging in migratory flights in which whole regions may be stripped of vegetation. 2 : a cocktail made with crème de menthe, crème de cacao, and light cream.

Is a grasshopper an insect?

Grasshoppers are herbivorous insects of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera. To distinguish them from bush crickets or katydids, they are sometimes referred to as short-horned grasshoppers. Species that change colour and behaviour at high population densities are called locusts.

What is group of grasshoppers?

Grasshoppers are a group of insects belonging to the suborder Caelifera. They are among what is probably the most ancient living group of chewing herbivorous insects, dating back to the early Triassic around 250 million years ago.

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