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  1. Grasshopper Pueblo: A Story of Archaeology and Ancient Life by J. Jefferson Reid, Stephanie Whittlesey, et all 1999-10
  2. Dooger, the Grasshopper Hound (The D.J. Dillon Adventure Series) by Lee Roddy, 1996-01
  3. Grasshopper and the Unwise Owl by Jim Slater, Babette Cole, 1980-11
  4. Eat-a-bug Cookbook: 33 ways to cook grasshoppers, ants, water bugs, spiders, centipedes, and their kin by David George Gordon, 1998-05
  5. Harvest of Grief: Grasshopper Plagues and Public Assistance in Minnesota, 1873-78 by Annette Atkins, 2003-11-20
  6. Winning in the Land of Giants: How to Conquer "Grasshopper Mentality" and Develop the Courage of a Giant Slayer by William Mitchell, 1995-08
  7. Grasshopper Book by Wilfrid S. Bronson, 1943-08
  8. How to Overcome the Grasshopper Complex [Audiobook] Mike Murdock
  9. The Ant and the Grasshopper: A Retelling of Aesop's Fable (Read-It! Readers) by Mark White, Aesop, 2003-09
  10. Nymphs of the Sahelian grasshoppers: An illustrated guide by G. B Popov, 1989
  11. Fried Grasshoppers by Peter Mallette Ferdon, 2004-04-30
  12. A history of grasshopper abundance surveys and forecasts of outbreaks in Saskatchewan (Entomological Society of Canada. Memoirs) by Paul William Riegert, 1968
  13. The Grasshoppers by Mrs. Andrew Dean, 1895
  14. The Grasshopper Laughs

101. Grasshoppers
rustle and a screech. As they came closer they were found to be made up of millions upon millions of grasshoppers. In a Z shaped
In her book On the Banks of Plum Creek , Laura tells of a heart breaking incident which destroyed her father's crops and made it impossible to live off the land for several years. In the dry summer of 1874, farmers began to report strange glittering, whirling clouds in the sky. As they came closer, the clouds could be heard making an unearthly noise - a cross between a rustle and a screech. As they came closer they were found to be made up of millions upon millions of grasshoppers. In a 'Z' shaped area from Oregon to Dakota to Kansas to Missouri these clouds began to descend upon the land. Reports of "lakes" of grasshoppers 3 inches deep were not uncommon. Branches of trees broke under their weight. Farmers, like Charles, tried to save their crops by setting fire to straw and dung, but all attempts were futile. The grasshoppers were starving and fighting to find every scrap of food. Families covered their vegetable plots with sheets and cloths only to find the grasshoppers eating the sheets. The grasshoppers were so hungry they were eating human clothing, hair and skin. They were even eating each other. Every piece of living vegetable matter was eaten, leaving nothing for the farmers to collect for the winter. Even the animals left, looking for something to eat. Some farmers, disillusioned, packed their belongings into their wagon and headed back east. In disgust, they painted pictures of grasshoppers on the side of their wagons to show everyone why they were leaving. In order to help those who stayed, the federal government offered relief to farmers, but it quickly ran out. In some states money was offered to those who killed the grasshoppers. In Minnesota, people could make 50 cents for every bushel of grasshoppers collected. (A sack with a diameter of 12 inches (30cm) and 15 inches (38cm) high). So many grasshoppers were collected in that state, it went bankrupt. 1874 was a very difficult winter, and the grasshoppers came back in 1875, but eventually the numbers decreased back to normal levels.

102. Grasshoppers
grasshoppers Differential grasshopper, Melanoplus differentialis (Thomas); Twostriped grasshopper, Melanoplus bivittatus (Say); Redlegged grasshopper
Differential grasshopper Melanoplus differentialis (Thomas);
Twostriped grasshopper Melanoplus bivittatus (Say);
Redlegged grasshopper Melanoplus femurrubrum (De Geer)
DESCRIPTION (several species)
Adult - Fully grown grasshoppers range in length from 19 to 38 mm. Coloration varies with species. Redlegged grasshoppers are reddish brown with a yellow underside. The differential grasshopper is basically brownish yellow or olive green with contrasting black markings on the hindlegs which distinctively resemble chevrons. Greenish yellow in color, the twostriped grasshopper has two pale stripes running down its back from the head to the wing tips. Color plate Egg - Egg pods are oval to elongate and often curved. Often the size of kernels of rice, eggs may be white, yellow-green, tan or various shades of brown depending on the species. Nymph - Nymphs resemble small, wingless adults. Newly hatched nymphs are white; however, after exposure to sunlight, they assume the distinctive colors and markings of adults.
Distribution - Grasshoppers occur throughout the continental United States. Extensive grasshopper damage to crops, however, is fairly restricted to subhumid, semiarid areas which receive 25.4 to 76.2 cm (about 10 to 30 inches) of rain annually. Such an area includes the states from Montana and Minnesota, southward into New Mexico and Texas. Although common in North Carolina, grasshoppers seldom pose a severe threat to crops in this state.

103. Grasshoppers Lawn Tennis Club
grasshoppers Lawn Tennis Club was first established in Hove in 1881. The club now only has three courts with floodlighting, which
Grasshoppers Lawn Tennis Club was first established in Hove in 1881. The club now only has three courts with floodlighting, which endeavours to create an intimate and friendly atmosphere for its members, who seek to make the most of their valuable leisure time.
Club Nights
Club Nights during the summer are Tuesday and Thursday from 6.00pm when you may turn up and games will be arranged by a committee member. Sundays from 4.00pm are also club afternoons, usually with a traditional tea available.
Booking A Court
You may book a court during the day between 9.00am and 5.00pm and Saturday mornings 9.00am to 1.00pm.
Dress Code
All players are required to wear predominantly white tennis dress on court.
The club bar is usually open every evening from 7.00pm except on Saturday during the Summer season. During the Winter, the bar is usually open on Sunday evening.
Club Teams
There are both Ladies and Mens teams competing against other clubs in the Sussex County League. Please contact the relevant team captain for further details. Club Tournaments Each year the club has various singles and doubles knockout competitions. Entry lists are posted on the club notice-boards in March and are closed mid May. These competitions run throughout the Summer with a finals day in September.

104. Grasshopper Management
Abstract Although grasshoppers are difficult to control, their impact can be minimized by preventive management over the long term.
    Grasshopper Management
    Pest Management Technical Note
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    Phone: 1-800-346-9140 - FAX: (479) 442-9842 By Nancy Matheson
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    September 2003
    The PDF version of this document is available at

    kb Abstract Although grasshoppers are difficult to control, their impact can be minimized by preventive management over the long term. This publication outlines non-chemical strategies, including cultural and biological controls, available to the grower. Table of Contents Life Cycle
    Cultural Controls Tillage ... Row Covers Although the grasshopper occurs throughout the continental U.S., most of the damage it causes is restricted to "sub-humid, semi-arid" areas, extending from Montana and Minnesota to Texas and New Mexico ( Life Cycle There are three stages in a grasshopper's life cycle, the egg, nymph (the young grasshopper), and the adult. Most grasshopper species over-winter as eggs, which are laid in clusters in late summer and early fall and hatch in spring, when soil temperatures warm up.

105. KIDiddles: Song Lyrics: Grasshoppers Three
grasshoppers Three. Written By Unknown Copyright Unknown. grasshoppers three afiddling went Hey, ho, never be still They paid no
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107. ABC Online Forum
From Ruth, 30/12/2000 123919. Subject grasshoppers, post id 1062. How can it survive there? How long is the lifespan of grasshoppers?
From: Ruth
Subject: Grasshoppers post id: 1062
This morning, I (lightly) stepped on a grasshopper. I was barefeet, so I felt it immediately and did not step on it fully. It moved enough for me to hope that it will recover.
I put in on a bunch of big leaves and poured some water on them, so it could drink.
I just went out again, it had moved from the "leaf nest" onto the floor of the verandah (1 meter) and seems to hold his left hind leg in the air, very stiffly. I now moved it onto a new bed of leaves, and - thinking that it might otherwise be too exposed to preditors - I covered it with one leaf (the leaves I use are as big as a man's hand.
I feel so utterly sorry for the little bugger and wonder what I can do? Any food I could give it?
I have also one grasshopper living in our lounge room (we live in a very old wooden house with very high ceilings) - I tried several times to catch it, to release it in the outdoors - but it escapes everytime. And now, every night I hear it, but cannot see it. How can it survive there?
How long is the lifespan of Grasshoppers? That is if someone does not step on them:(

108. Three Common Kentucky Grasshoppers And Their Natural Enemies
THREE COMMON KENTUCKY grasshoppers AND THEIR NATURAL ENEMIES. By D year. REDLEGGED grasshoppers Melanoplus femurrubrum (DeGeer). The
University of Kentucky Entomology EntFacts
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By D. Shanklin, L. Townsend, R. Bessin, Extension Specialists University of Kentucky College of Agriculture
Grasshoppers are familiar to most people; their large "jumping legs" easily identify them. Worldwide, grasshoppers are some of the most serious agricultural pests, most often due to their direct feeding on the harvestable portion of the crop. However, in the United States, pest outbreaks occur most often in the western U. S., or following drought in other, generally wetter regions, including Kentucky. Grasshoppers are insects in the Order Orthoptera. They have an incomplete life cycle, i.e. there are only three stages in its life cycle: the egg, the nymph, and the adult. The nymphal stage can be distinguished from the adult by the nature of the wings. Nymphs have nonfunctional wing pads whereas adults have fully developed, functional wings. The adult wings are folded over the back when not in use. Most adults have two pairs of wings: parchment-like front wings, and membraneous, fan-like hind wings. Mouthparts are the typical chewing type, and a pair of short cerci (appendages) are present at the end of the abdomen. There are 3 species of grasshoppers that are the most common in Kentucky: the redlegged, the two-striped, and the differential grasshopper.

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110. Entomophaga Grylli
Text and photographs describing the biological control agent, Entomophaga grylli, a fungal disease of grasshoppers. Biological Control
Left: Sporulating grasshopper cadavers.
Right: Epizootic of E. grylli in clear-winged grasshoppers.
Note cadavers congregated at tops of stems. M.Ramos (both)
Entomophaga grylli
Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales
With contributions by Mark Ramos, Plant Protection, USDA-ARS, 331 US Plant Soil Nutrition Laboratory, Cornell University. E. grylli is a species complex that has two distinct pathotypes in North America: Entomophaga macleodii and Entomophaga calopteni. In addition, another complex member, E. praxibuli has been introduced from Australia. They all attack grasshoppers which are major pests of crops and rangeland in the Western United States and Canada. In 1986, approximately 55 million acres of western rangeland were infested by grasshoppers and the economic cost is estimated at over $400 million per year. A Grasshopper Integrated Pest Management Program was initiated in 1986-1992 by USDA-APHIS researching integrated approaches to managing grasshoppers preferable to application of expensive insecticides over vast areas of rangeland.
    Entomophaga grylli is easily identified in the field. Shortly before death, infected grasshoppers crawl to the top of plants and die with their heads pointing upward and their legs wrapped tightly around the stalks where they may remain for several days.

111. Food Facts & Trivia: Grasshoppers
grasshoppers. In adition to being destructive, grasshoppers and locusts are also edible, and are eaten as food in several areas of the world.


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In adition to being destructive, grasshoppers and locusts are also edible, and are eaten as food in several areas of the world. They may be ground into meal, dried, roasted, boiled, dipped in honey, jellied, or chocolate covered, as the ones I gave out as a prize in one of the Food Reference culinary quizes in 2001. Yum, yum!! The First United Methodist Church in Hutchinson, Kansas, was built in 1874 during the time of the grasshopper plagues. The grasshoppers came during the construction of the churches foundation but the pastor continued with the work. As a result, thousands of grasshoppers are mixed into the mortar of the original building's foundation. Home Articles Facts/Trivia Cooks Tips ... Search var site="sm9jtehler"

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113. Grasshoppers
grasshoppers. Goggy Davidowitz. Observant hikers in the Sonoran Desert soon notice grasshoppers jumping near their feet or flitting between bushes and cacti.
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Goggy Davidowitz Observant hikers in the Sonoran Desert soon notice grasshoppers jumping near their feet or flitting between bushes and cacti. These are among the most frequently encountered and easily observed of the Sonoran Desert insects in the late summer. The most noticeable feature of grasshoppers is their long, jumping hind legs, which enable them to leap well over 20 times their body length (imagine a 6-foot tall person jumping 120 feet!). However, while the powerful jumping muscles of the hind legs provide the force necessary for leaping, they cannot propel the grasshopper in these impressive leaps unaided. Most of the kinetic energy to do this comes not from the muscles, but from the semilunar crescent located in the knee of the hind leg. This crescent-shaped organ is made of elastic fibers that store energy in preparation for a jump; they release this energy explosively, propelling the grasshopper forward many times its body length. Grasshoppers develop through incomplete metamorphosis. The nymphs appear similar to the adults except that they lack wings and have incomplete reproductive organs. The number of instars (larval stages between molts) through which a grasshopper develops before reaching adulthood is fixed in some species (typically 4 to 6). In others, it depends on growing conditions: the better the conditions, the fewer the immature stages.

114. Grasshoppers - UK Safari
They are active in daylight hours, and although they belong to the same family as crickets, grasshoppers have shorter antennae. © 2001 2003 - G. Bradley.
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" Go back E-Mail Us Print Page Latin name: Orthoptera Size: There are eleven species of grasshopper native to Britain. They vary in length from 20 to 30mms depending on the species. Distribution: Found throughout the UK. Months seen: June to October. Habitat: Meadows and areas of rough grassland. Food: Grass Special features: For such a small creature the grasshopper can make a surprisingly loud noise. Walk past any patch of tall grass in the summer and you are sure to hear the males chirping to the females. The noise is made by a row of pegs on their back legs, which they rub against their forewings. The wings help to amplify the sound. You can create a similar effect by stroking the teeth of a comb against the edge of a piece of cardboard. Experts are able to identify the different species of grasshopper by the sound they make. Since each species has a slightly different arrangement of pegs on their legs, the sound they make is unique.

115. Orthoptera - Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids
Orthoptera grasshoppers and locusts. The number of moults varies between species but grasshoppers may have up to 6 while crickets may have up to 10.
Entomology Home Home About this Site About invertebrates ... Preserving Invertebrates Orthoptera: grasshoppers and locusts Characteristics
Grasshoppers, crickets, katydids and locusts all belong to the order Orthoptera which means 'straight wings'. Most are easily recognisable by their hind legs, which are usually enlarged for jumping. They are often easily seen jumping away when disturbed or heard 'singing' at night. They are mainly medium to large insects with some species in Australia growing to a length of 10 centimetres. There are about 3000 species in Australia and all can be distinguished from other insects by the following features:
Gastrimargus musicus
(yellow-winged locust)
  • 2 pairs of wings. The forewings are narrower than the hind wings and hardened or leathery at the base. They are held roof-like overlapping the abdomen at rest. The hind wing is membranous and held folded fan-like under the forewings when at rest Mandibulate mouthparts Large compound eyes Antennae may be short to very long depending on the species. Grasshoppers have relatively short antennae while crickets and katydids generally have long antennae

116. Grasshopper Biology And Management
planning management programs, cultural control methods, chemical control, descriptions of economically important grasshoppers, necessary precautions in
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Grasshopper Biology and Management
E-272 (Revised), February 1997 Phillip A. Glogoza , Extension Entomologist
Michael J. Weiss
, Professor of Entomology Each season grasshoppers are a threat to field crops, forage crops, pastures and rangeland in North Dakota. The most severe infestations are likely to occur during seasons when the weather is hot and dry. Scouting should begin in May and early June, and producers should be prepared to start management measures when young hopper populations reach threatening levels. Contents: Life Cycle

Natural Enemies

Estimating Grasshopper Infestations
Insecticidal Control Recommendations
Life Cycle
Figure 1. Grasshopper life cycle. Grasshopper eggs are laid beneath the soil surface in pod-like structures that the female deposits from her abdomen. Each egg pod consists of 20 to 120 elongated eggs securely cemented together; the whole mass is somewhat eggshaped and covered with soil. A female grasshopper produces from eight to 25 egg masses. The species of grasshoppers that cause major crop loss overwinter in the egg stage, although a few other noneconomic species overwinter as nymphs. In the Northern Plains, grasshopper egg hatch normally begins in late April to early May. The peak hatch occurs about mid June and the hatch is usually nearing completion by late June. Cool and extremely dry springs may delay the hatch, allowing it to continue into July.

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118. Grasshoppers By Chopper
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