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  1. Walt Disney's The Grasshopper And The Ants, Told By Don Wilson With Members Of The Origial Cast by Don Wilson, 1949
  2. Noisy Grasshopper: Glitter Bugs
  3. The Grasshoppers Come by David Garnett, 1989-10
  4. Science (Grasshopper) Level 6 by Michael J. Bell, Michael A. DiSpezio, et all 2006
  5. Who's Got Game?: The Ant or the Grasshopper?, The Lion or the Mouse?, Poppy or the Snake? by Toni Morrison, Slade Morrison, 2007-01-30
  6. Coyote and the Grasshoppers: A Pomo Legend (Native American Legends) by Dominic, 1998-02-01
  7. The Ant and the Grasshopper: An Aesop's Fable (Little Celebration) by Tom Paxton, 1996-01
  8. Grasshopper (Bug Books) by Karen Hartley, Chris MacRo, et all 2006-05-30
  9. Other Fields, Other Grasshoppers: Readings in Cultural Anthropology by L. L. Langness, 1977-02
  10. Grasshopper Country: The Abundant Orthopteroid Insects of Australia : Orthoptera, Grasshoppers, Katydids, Crickets, Blatiodea, Cockroaches, Mantodea, Mantids, Phasmatodea, by D. C. F. Rentz, 1996-10
  11. The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast by William Plomer, Richard Fitter, 1975
  12. Grasshopper year by Neola Tracy Lane, 1960
  13. Dragons, Grasshoppers, & Frogs!: A Pocket Guide To The Book Of Revelation For Teenagers And Newbies! by Jerry L. Parks, 2005-11-07
  14. Hearing Grasshoppers Jump: The Story of Raymond Ackerman by Raymond Ackerman, 2001-07

41. The Price Of Elton Tickets? 38,000 Grasshoppers

42. UC IPM: UC Management Guidelines For Grasshoppers On Alfalfa
grasshoppers. DESCRIPTION OF THE PEST grasshoppers may be a pest in alfalfa production, but vary greatly in importance from area to area and season to season.
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Scientific name: Melanoplus spp.
(Reviewed updated In this Guideline: DESCRIPTION OF THE PEST
may be a pest in alfalfa production, but vary greatly in importance from area to area and season to season. They sometimes develop in uncultivated areas and move into cultivated fields. They should be controlled before they enter the alfalfa field. DAMAGE
Grasshoppers feed on leaves MANAGEMENT DECISIONS
Economically significant levels vary with the growth of the crop; in general, populations of 15 per square yard or higher are considered severe. Control measures will depend on the growth of the crop and the stage of development of grasshoppers present. TREATMENT Pesticide Amount/Acre P.H.I.+

43. - Koller Quits As Grasshoppers Coach - Oct. 3, 2003
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Koller quits as Grasshoppers coach
Story Tools ZURICH, Switzerland Macel Koller has resigned as coach of Swiss Premiership side Grasshoppers Zurich following five straight defeats, local media have reported. The 42-year-old Koller, who had been involved with the club as a player and a coach for a total of 27 years, has already been linked with the coaching job at German Bundesliga side Cologne. Friedelm Funck is currently in charge at the Bundesliga's basement club but reports suggest his job could well be on the line in Saturday's match away to leaders Stuttgart. Koller's reign ended in the wake of the 2-1 loss away to fellow strugglers Wil that relegated Grasshoppers to bottom place.
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44. How Grasshoppers Jump
How grasshoppers Jump a description of mechanics and neurobiology suitable for the interested layperson. How grasshoppers Jump. by.
How Grasshoppers Jump
by W. J. Heitler
University of St Andrews

Scotland, UK. The picture shows Schistocerca gregaria , the desert locust. This grasshopper can form huge swarms, and is a major crop pest. Have you ever been amazed and astounded at how well a grasshopper can jump? Have you ever wondered how they do it? The one word answer is that they use a CATAPULT. If you want to know the full story, read on Or you can skip to seeing the catapult in action (126K), and come back for the details later. Here is some information on grasshopper lifestyles Wearing another hat, I am a neurobiologist, and developed the Neurosim teaching software and the DataView analysis software I hope to update this site occasionally visits Contents Next

45. Grasshopper- Enchanted Learning Software
grasshoppers are insects that can hop, walk, and fly. Many male grasshoppers make noise by rubbing their back legs together. There is a user-supported site.
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Grasshoppers are insects that can hop, walk, and fly. Many male grasshoppers make noise by rubbing their back legs together. There are about 10,000 different species of grasshoppers. Metamorphosis : Grasshoppers undergo simple (or incomplete) metamorphosis; eggs hatch into nymphs, which look like little adults without wings and reproductive organs. Nymphs molt many times as they grow to be adults. Anatomy : Like all insects, the grasshoppers have a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), six jointed legs, two pairs of wings, and two antennae. Their body is covered with a hard exoskeleton. Grasshoppers breathe through a series of holes called spiracles; they are located along the sides of the body. Most grasshoppers are green, brown, or olive-green. The biggest ones are about 4.5 inches (11.5 cm) long. The Legs : The long hind legs are used for hopping. The short front legs are used to hold prey and to walk.

46. - Grasshoppers Naturwaren -
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47. Swiss Soccer Match Reports
Focussing mostly on the grasshoppers, includes many domestic and European matches from 19931997.
Swiss Soccer Match Reports
One of my hobbies is watching live soccer matches, and in 1994, I've start writing match reports about them for the Swiss Soccer Mailing List (Whose main purpose is actually to run an elaborate gambling ring This page currently mostly contains my own match reports and therefore mostly contains Grasshoppers matches and mostly the home matches among them, but I'll gladly take contributions from others. Having movied to the United States last year, I don't watch any soccer games at the moment, so don't expect much dynamics here. I still try to keep up with Swiss club soccer and the exploits (or lack thereof) of the Swiss National Team , but I have to get my news from other sites now.
Swiss Championship 1996/1997
European Contests 1996/1997
Swiss Championship 1995/1996
European Contests 1995/1996 ...
Swiss Cup 1993/1994
Swiss Championship 1996/1997
GC finished 2nd in the qualification and ended up 3rd, behind champion Sion and Xamax.
Finals 1997
Grasshoppers - Aarau (March 2, 1997)
Grasshoppers - Xamax (March 23, 1997)
Zuerich - Grasshoppers (March 26, 1997)
Grasshoppers - Basel (April 12/13, 1997) ...
Grasshoppers - Zuerich (May 16, 1997)
Qualification 1996
Grasshoppers - Lausanne (July 20, 1996)

48. Grasshoppers In Field Crops
Control grasshoppers in the weedy areas with low rates of insecticides; once they reach the field margins, they may be larger in size and require higher rates
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Grasshoppers in Field Crops
by F.B. Peairs
Quick Facts...
  • Grasshoppers often appear first in weedy areas of roadsides, fence rows, irrigation ditches and other noncrop areas.
  • After these food plants are gone, the Insects leave in search of other food, often an irrigated crop or newly emerged winter wheat.
  • Control grasshoppers in the weedy areas with low rates of insecticides. Once they reach field margins, they may be larger and require higher rates of insecticides for control.
  • Two options are available to farmers once it has been determined that Crops are threatened: poison baits and foliar or soil insecticides.
Grasshoppers are one of the most important insect pests in Colorado. They follow a roughly 22-year cycle in Colorado. The last major outbreak was in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Some problems occur even in years of low numbers. Although they are most important on rangeland, they also attack field Crops, often with economic losses to the farmer. An exception is sorghum, which usually is not fed upon once it has reached about 10 inches in height. Grasshoppers lay eggs in undisturbed areas, usually in late summer and early fall. Small nymphs or "hoppers" hatch the following spring. Winged adults appear five to six weeks after hatch. Eggs of a few Colorado species hatch in late summer and pass the winter as nymphs. Winged adults of these species usually appear early in the following summer, often causing undue alarm about unusually early grasshopper activity. Some of these early-season species are important on rangeland, but none are considered a threat to field Crops. Most field crop damage is caused by the differential, redlegged, two-striped and migratory grasshoppers, all species that follow the typical grasshopper life cycle.

49. Index
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53. The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook
David G. Gordon shows 33 ways to cook grasshoppers, ants, water bugs, spiders, centipedes, and their kin. Buy, look through reviews, or read about the author.
33 Ways to Cook Grasshoppers, Ants, Water Bugs, Spiders, Centipedes and Their Kin
"Waiter, there's a fly in my soup!" Or wait . . . maybe it's a katydid, a silkworm, or a tasty young bee.
Anything's possible at the Eat-A-Bug Cafe, otherwise known as the kitchen of naturalist David George Gordon , entomological epicure extraordinaire. Gordon has gone to the ends of the earth, to his backyard, and under the refrigerator to find culinary inspiration, and now, after years of experimentation with entomophagy (that's bug-eating, for those of you in the cheap seats), he presents the results with relish . . . or at least a light cream sauce. Now you too can tantalize and terrify your family and friends with Gordon's one-of-a-kind recipes, including the ever popular Fried Green Tomato Hornworm (the Whistle Stop Cafe was never like this!) Anecdotes, insights and culinary tips (such as the right wine to serve with scorpions) make this truly a book like no other. And yes, David really has eaten everything in the book (except for the 7-inch bird spiders, and that wasn't his fault!) Not only that, he's come back for seconds, as have folks who've attended his popular cooking demos.
Open your culinary horizons. Eat a bug. Buy this book.

54. Biological Control Of Locusts And Grasshoppers
Information on the development of a microbial insecticide for grasshopper and locust control in Africa.
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56. Sikunu Cookbook
Simple recipes for traditional African food, including some with unusual ingredients like caterpillars and grasshoppers.
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57. Gordon's Orthoptera Page
An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of crickets and grasshoppers, The Orthoptera. grasshoppers and Crickets (Orthoptera). Introduction.
Grasshoppers and Crickets (Orthoptera)
The Orthoptera are a group of large and easily recognised insects which includes the Grasshoppers, Locusts, Groundhoppers, Crickets, Bush-crickets (called Katydids in America), Mole-crickets and Camel-crickets as well as some lesser groups. The Grasshoppers, Locusts and Groundhoppers (the Ensifera) all have short antennae and their ears (tympanal organs) are on either side of the first segment of their abdomen. The various crickets (the Caelifera) have antennae that at least reach their abdomens and normally reach beyond them, the Mole-crickets have the shortest antennae in this group though they are still longer than the Grasshoppers, also Crickets differ in that they have their ears on their fore tibia (front legs). There are about 20 000 known species distributed around the world, some species are very wide spread and a couple occur in both the old world and the new world i.e. the Slender Groundhopper ( Tetrix subulatum ). The smallest Grasshopper in the world is the South African Lithidium pusillium and the largest is the South American Tropidacris latreillei . Among the more unusual Orthoptera are the Proscopiidae of South America which are extremely thin and elongate resembling Stick-insects more than their Orthopteran allies, and the Stenopelmatidae a family of about 200 mostly nocturnal species many of which live in rotting wood or the leaf litter, they include the Australian King Crickets (

58. Grasshoppers Of Florida
grasshoppers of Florida with identification keys, ecological and biological information, photos, maps, species descriptions, species photographs, life cycles
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59. Tribute To Labor
Dancing ants, grasshoppers, and other hardworking things.
A Tribute to LABOR * The Ant and the Grasshopper TheAnt works hard in the heat
all summer long, building his house
and laying up supplies for the winter. The Grasshopper thinks he's a fool
and laughs
and dances
and plays
the summer away. Come winter the Ant is warm and well fed. The Grasshopper
has no food or shelter
and is very sick and WHINES! so he either dies out in the cold
begs and receives humiliating charity from the ant he teased. One Grasshopper has a brilliant thought! decides that all Grasshoppers could benefit by becoming managers and live off the labors of the ants! Hence the Advent of LABOR Day! The Grasshoppers WATCH the Ants Labor and Never worry about starving in the cold again! Happy Labors!
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