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Lubber

By tarara
This one measures about 4 inches leg tip to antennae tip. He's very gentle and doesn't eat much, and has a very musical chirp. The lizards don't allow them to live long. When he gets disturbed his wings will flare and make a spectacular display of red against the black.

Tags: Grasshopper Insect Wildlife and nature

Voters: cantona43, Pogs, MaryMac and 10 more


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cantona43 15 928 4 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 4:37PM
Very good shot well detailed
Neil
MaryMac 15 258 1 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 4:42PM
good macro
mary
Ajack 15
27 Jul 2006 5:07PM
A fascinating insect,nicely captured,
Alan.
pcjackso Junior Member 15 7
27 Jul 2006 5:50PM
He's a lovely grasshopper.like it
Pauline
karenpics 16 2
27 Jul 2006 6:04PM
a very good macro shot dof spot on
karen
pamelajean Plus
15 1.5k 2189 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 11:49PM
Four inches? Wouldn't be easy to miss. A real nice bug.
Good detail and dof, interesting description.
AlanBW 15 20 England
28 Jul 2006 8:49AM
Well captured shot of this handsome fella
bunbeam 15 2 United Kingdom
28 Jul 2006 10:46AM
creepy looking thing.. great shot
bunSmile)
8 Aug 2006 3:42AM
good details. we used to call these the "tobacco grasshopper" as they'd "spit" when disturbed.seems they come in a variety of colors.haven't seen them in this part of Florida though..used to see them in South Florida years ago.
ChiliMan 14 135 17 Singapore
11 Sep 2006 2:10PM
Gorgeous close-up.

Andrew

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