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Thanks for commenting vskome - pleased you liked this one!I hope not Gene - ugh!!!
great colorful critter....Is this the one they fry up and dip in chocolate and eat???
Have never thought that grasshoppers could be this colourful. Ours are green. Thanks for this beauty!
Well yours have good taste tex!! No rubbish plants for them!! Thanks :))I don't blame you Laura!! Thanks for commenting!
I used to see fried grasshoppers in Uganda. Never tried one of those babies...even after several years there!
This feller is colored like that because he ATE MY DAMN VIOLETS, SALVIA AND HIBISCUS!!!!!! They feast every year on my patio, and I bet you got a photo of one that got away from my boot, RR! I have to admit, though, if you have to have them, this one is better looking than the ones we have... ;)
Yuk!! I've seen Fried Crickets in Thailand - but couldn't bring myself to try them. Guess I'm not hungry enough!!
I remember in High School biology class one time we had fried ones and chocolate coated ones. Being a guy, I had to try them. Not much to them as I remember. But they are good protein, as fodus says and eaten alot in some African countries and other places too, I'm sure.
:)) Thanks Meadowhawk :))
Ole! Very pretty! :)
I hadn't noticed that chickie - they look very small! Thanks.
Looks like it was short changed in the wing department. Pretty color combination. Thanks robryan.
I agree totally lyndee!!We only see boring green ones too aggie - thanks.Maybe a bird fodus? They're welcome to them!!
It is a different colored, patterned one but I still wouldn't want any around. They'd be dead meat if I could hit them. Anyone need some protein?
Very pretty, better than the plain jane green ones we have around here.
That's a pretty grasshopper Robyn, but.........it's still a grasshopper and all they know how to do is munch, munch, munch!