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Grasshoppers of Wyoming and the West

Entomology

Separation of adult grasshoppers (Acrididae) from related insect families found in Colorado


A Front legs greatly enlarged and modified for digging.

GRYLLOTALPIDAE, mole crickets; and TRIDACTYLIDAE, pygmy mole crickets

GRYLLOTALPIDAE, mole crickets; and TRIDACTYLIDAE, pygmy mole crickets
[These insects burrow through soil often feeding on roots. They are of no economic importance in Colorado.]



A' Front legs not greatly enlarged.
 
Front legs not greatly enlarged. Front legs not greatly enlarged.
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