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Large green grasshopper (Chondracris rosea)

Large green grasshopper (Chondracris rosea) is an animal species in the Acrididae, arboreal insects, large and winged grasshoppers, has a predominantly green color with yellow or white or red, lives solitary in shrubs and low trees in forests and agricultural land.

C. rosea has a slightly rounded and green rectangular head with a white vertical stripe around the eyes, a pair of yellowish brown eyes and a pair of yellowish green antennae.

Dlium Large green grasshopper (Chondracris rosea)

The neck is U-plate shaped, covers the space between the head and the wings, is all green or has a white plot or a black tinge, the surface is uneven, the upper part forms a linear line, has a yellow crest or does not have any at all.

The wings extend to cover the entire abdomen, green with many veins, the space between the veins has a blackish color, the upper part forms a linear line and is yellowish white. The stomach is cylindrical, jointed, the top is dark and the bottom is light green.

The front and middle legs are the same length, are green and red, are stick-shaped, have several joints and spikes. The hind legs are very long. Thighs are square, wide and are all green or have a white or black tinge. The calves are red and hairy with rows of large, yellow spines and black tips.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Order: Orthoptera
Suborder: Caelifera
Infraorder: Acrididea
Superfamily: Acridoidea
Family: Acrididae
Subfamily: Cyrtacanthacridinae
Tribe: Cyrtacanthacridini
Genus: Chondracris
Species: Chondracris rosea
Subspecies: Chondracris rosea ssp. brunneri, Chondracris rosea ssp. rosea



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