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Grasshoppers of Wyoming and the West

Entomology

Key to Subfamily Catantopinae (Melanoplinae)

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D General body color green, bright green when alive turning yellow-green in dried specimens; furculae consisting of small but distinctly projecting lobes; outer face of hind femora without transverse bands.
 

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D' General color brown-green or brown; furculae scarcely or not apparent; outer face of hind femora with two or three dark transverse bands.

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