Southeastern Lubber Grasshopper

"Southeastern Lubber Grasshopper at Big Cypress National Reserve"

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – BIG CYPRESS WMA, FL

This photograph of a Southeastern Lubber grasshopper was taken in Big Cypress National Reserve along Nobel Road. The subject was shot with a Nikon D80 coupled to a Nikkor 60mm lens.

 

  • Description:
  •  2-2 3/4″ (50-70 mm). Short winged. Hind wings pink to red with black borders. Two different color forms: either dull straw-yellow with black markings and, in the South, a reddish stripe on fore wing; or mostly black with a yellow stripe around edges of pronotum, along back ridge, and on rear edge of abdominal segments.

Subject Photo exif Data

Camera Make and Model NIKON D80

Photo taken on July 18, 2009, 5:35 pm

Focal Length 60mm

Shutter Speed 1/125

Aperture @ƒ/8

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5 thoughts on “Southeastern Lubber Grasshopper

  1. Cool. In AZ We had a hopper we called the Mexican General he has Magenta wings when he flies Love this Pic Great as always – Have a Great Day Dear

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