KEY TO WYOMING GRASSHOPPERS: Oedipodinae

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67a As compared with Trimerotropis pallidipennis the species Trimerotropis diversellus is separated by its average smaller size, shorter and broader head more robust form, average shorter organs of flight, darker coloration with pale tegmina and hind femoral bands in sharper contrast, and broader wing band. In Wyoming recorded from Yellowstone...
 
 
 
 
Trimerotropis diversellus (Hebard)


67b Characters opposite to those above. Common in Wyoming. Two subspecies probably in Wyoming...
 
Hind leg.
Tegmen and wing.
Adult male.

Trimerotropis pallidipennis (Bruner)



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