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Grasshoppers of Wyoming and the West

Entomology

Melanoplus cinereus

Melanoplus cinereus

Melanoplus cinereus is an uncommon grasshopper found in the sagebrush desert of the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming. Eggs are assumed to overwinter in the soil. Adults are present in July and August. It is known to feed on big sagebrush.
Ref: Strohecker et al., 1968.

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