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The content on this site was created by the USDA APHIS Identification Technology Program (ITP). The content is in the public domain except where otherwise indicated. However, we ask that appropriate acknowledgement is given to the authors, USDA APHIS ITP and the University of Nebraska–Lincoln if the information and figures from Grasshoppers of the Western U.S. is used elsewhere.

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Suggested citation

Brust, Mathew, Jim Thurman, Chris Reuter, Lonnie Black, Robert Quartarone, Amanda J. Redford. 2014. Grasshoppers of the Western U.S., Edition 4. USDA APHIS Identification Technology Program (ITP). Fort Collins, CO. [date of access] <http://idtools.org/id/grasshoppers/>

Home page images

Background image for all pages: Plains lubber grasshopper, Brachystola magna; Photo by Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org

Slideshow images: Admirable grasshopper, Syrbula admirabilis; Photo from Kansas Department of Agriculture Archive, Bugwood.org. Plains lubber and differential grasshopper images by Chris Reuter, USDA APHIS PPQ S&T.

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