Maritime Grasshopper Group

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Maritime Grasshopper Group

A nature discussion group for all things grasshopper and other orthopteroid insects. Please feel free to post all your grasshopper and allies (katydid, cricket, roach, earwig, preying mantis, etc.) discussions here. While many previous discussions for this group have been posted under "Beetles n Bugs for Birders" in the past, I thought there might be a place for this more specialized group this year. Time will tell if I made the right choice. Perhaps we can do the same for other insect groups at some point.

Members: 38
Latest Activity: Oct 23

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Fall Field Cricket Ovipositing [Gryllus pennsylvanicus] Oct 14/17 Grand Manan

Started by Joanne Savage Oct 23. 0 Replies

I originally posted in the Everything Else' group, in error. Also, I now have images. Images copyright Maureen Boone, posted  with her permission.…Continue

Two pygmy grasshoppers

Started by Chris Adam. Last reply by Chris Adam Sep 29. 4 Replies

Two Pygmy Grasshoppers (Tetrigidae) were observed at the Nerepis River Bridge, Bayard (near Welsford), Queens Co., N.B. on 7 June 2017. The first one was observed actually swimming underwater: the…Continue

Tags: grasshopper, pygmy, Orthoptera, Tetrigidae

Wingless Mountain Grasshopper - Fredericton July 30, 2017

Started by Danny O'Shea. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Aug 22. 4 Replies

I forgot about this shot and just found it again today.  I believe it is Booneacris glacialis, but I'm not much for grasshoppers and welcome corrections.  What caught my eye was the "alien face" that…Continue

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Comment by Gurney Beal on April 27, 2015 at 20:41

Grasshoppers make a great lunch

Comment by Tom Finck on April 2, 2014 at 9:19

i have not checked to many grasshoppers last year,cant for this year, was interested in the deference between urban enviroments and country grasshoppers that live in a noisy enviroments have to sing louder over the triffic to get a mate genus havent change for over million of years in other word grashoppers  didn't evolve its going to be and interesting year

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on March 30, 2014 at 13:44

Jimmy, you are so right. However, I still have hope that the next few weeks MAY see big changes and perhaps even the first grasshopper of the season, most likely one of the pygmies or a Northern Green-striped.

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on March 30, 2014 at 13:42

Will do my best, Alex! I am not yet very good at doing videos, but images a bit better.

Martin, tu peux les enlever et ensuite les réafficher en suivant les suggestions de la vidéo, si tu veux. Sinon, ce n'est pas grave du tout.

Comment by Jimmy Dee on March 30, 2014 at 13:40

Oh boy! More bugs! Thanks for this Denis. Just a note ... last year I posted my first Leafhopper ever  - Cuerna striata - on March 15, 2013. I think we are a little behind schedule this year.

Comment by Alex Davenport on March 30, 2014 at 13:23

Cool! You should hook us up with some videos from in the field this summer.

Comment by Martin Turgeon on March 30, 2014 at 13:19

Merci pour le nom je crois que mes photo son pas a la bonne place ?

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on March 30, 2014 at 13:17

:)

Comment by Martin Turgeon on March 30, 2014 at 13:16

took 5 minute to get 5 members

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on March 30, 2014 at 13:14

Allô Martin,

Ta photo illustre une jeune Decticelle bariolée (Roesel's Bush Katydid, Metrioptera roeselii), espèce introduite de l'Europe. Sais-tu comment afficher cela comme une discussion sur le groupe?

 

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