Zoology / identification

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  1. please help, I have so many hoppers in my collection and not a clue.
    When Nature comes in to see you - ID needed Due to work and a lot of weather finding new species seems to be a bit tricky at the moment. <br />
 Imagine my surprise when I wanted to do the dishes last night ID needed,grasshopper,green insect,no idea
    Replied 3 years ago, modified 3 years ago
  2. I had the exact same thing in Madagascar. Captured dozens, can't tell them apart. Notoriously difficult to determine and often poorly described. Replied 3 years ago
  3. Yes I remember some of your were so beautifully 'painted' to make Seurat proud :) Replied 3 years ago
  4. I can tell you that it's a katydid (crickets of the family Tettigoniidae), but there's 2000 species in your area of the world... Replied 3 years ago
  5. It looks like many of ours in Australia too. Difficult. Replied 3 years ago

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