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there are about 30 of them on that leaf before it rained. after the rain, only a few are left.
great!.. we have the same spotting :)http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/130...
Nice crowd!! Cute little Grasshoppers.
No reason for sorry, Mohammad! We are all here for learning as well! PLEASE, DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK QUESTIONS!! There are no silly questions, but only silly answers!If you see such a mass of smaller insects, the chance is quite high that they are teenies ready for going out to the real and hard world as adults. But sometimes we also see adults in mass and that might be to mating, for examples in some butterflies.And I tell you my secret: I have no ideas about spiders ;-)...
sorry didnt know that they are still young ..... i dont know any much about grasshoppers
Acrididae, Oxyinae, Oxyini, Pseudoxya diminuta, nymph.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoxya_d...
@Mohammad Yasin Chowdhury: I don't thing so Sir. They are still small grasshoppers. I don't think they are capable of mating at that early stage of their lives.
Thanks everyone. :)
Grasshopper convention!Welcome to the community Febby Anne!
are they here for mating?
So many eyes! Wow! :)
Wow! Look at that crowd!
Spotted on Oct 5, 2013 Submitted on Oct 5, 2013
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