The acridoidea of Botswana.

Truxalinae and Gomphocerinae.
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Acridoidea is a superfamily of grasshoppers in the order Orthoptera with species found on every continent except Antarctica. Classification. Orthoptera Species File includes the following families: Acrididae MacLeay, ; Dericorythidae Jacobson & Bianchi, ; Lathiceridae Dirsh, ; Lentulidae Dirsh, ; Lithidiidae Dirsh, Class: Insecta.

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The body length reaches 9 cm, with the antennae measuring no longer than half the body. There are two pairs of wings, which are sometimes underdeveloped or absent. The hind legs are saltatorial, and the torsi are three-segmented.

The ovipositor is short. The eggs, which are deposited in small. Orthoptera Species File pp. >> Note: Acridomorpha: Acridoidea: Acrididae Bellmann & Luquet. Guide des sauterelles, grillons et criquets d'Europe occidentale Acridium tataricum moestum Serville, Anacridium moestum moestum (Serville, ) Orthacanthacris moesta (Serville, ) Anacridium moestum, the camouflaged tree locust, is a species of grasshopper belonging to the family Acrididae, that is native to Africa south of the equator.

It is similar in appearance to the Southern African desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria subsp. : Acrididae. suborder Caelifera infraorder Acrididea superfamily group Acridomorpha superfamily Acridoidea MacLeay, urn:lsid::TaxonName Links: Tree of Life.

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