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Melanoplus keeleri is most common in the Black Hills of northeast Wyoming where it prefers areas of
sparsely forested prairies. It is never very abundant. Eggs overwinter in the soil.
Adults were collected from late July to mid August. This grasshopper is a mixed feeder
preferring forbs. Its economic importance in Wyoming is unknown.
Ref: Capinera and Sechrist 1982.
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