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Wyoming Toothpick Grasshopper

Paropomala wyomingensis


Small- to medium-sized, extremely slender grasshopper with sword-shaped antennae. White stripe beneath eye is characteristic.


Large open field with short grass, rabbitbrush, and prickly-pear cacti.


One of the more extreme "slant-faced" grasshopper species.

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1 Comment

LuisStevens 10 years ago

Great spotting BugEric, I had never seen one like this before, the name fits it perfectly.

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Colorado, USA

Spotted on Oct 16, 2011
Submitted on Jan 11, 2013

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