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Photo: Lubber grasshopper on Mexican sage

 

A Southeastern Lubber grasshopper, or Devil’s Horse, surveys his terrain from a branch of Mexican sage among goldenrod in Millport, Ala. The black phase of the lubber grasshopper is common here but there is also a brown version. The large grasshoppers are not very popular due to their destructive eating habits.

A Southeastern Lubber grasshopper, or Devil’s Horse, surveys his terrain from a branch of Mexican sage among goldenrod in Millport, Ala. The black phase of the lubber grasshopper is common here but there is also a brown version. The large grasshoppers are not very popular due to their destructive eating habits. Photo by: Matt Garner/Dispatch Staff

 

 

 

 

 

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