The Joint Was Jumping

With lots of these Draeculacephala antica sharpshooters.
And smaller numbers of meadow katydids. Then they mowed the area. Damn it!
Elsewhere: the most common grasshopper species I see: Differentia. This is a late nymph stage.
Not a great photo, but then this is rarely seen: Jumping Bush-cricket.
Pine-tree Spur-throat. This was a new species for me.

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1 Response to “The Joint Was Jumping”


  1. 1 Chuck McAlexander August 1, 2021 at 8:40 am

    Those cute little wings in the last photo look like they do as much good as did the Cruiseliner Ventiports in my 1952 Dodge.


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