Northern Flatid Planthopper- Flatormensis proxima. I actually remembered the Latin. 🙂 I think it was giving me the old stinkeye.
Two-fer Tuesday means two of something…actually I first heard it on the radio when they would play two tunes by the same artist/group. And there likely will be two posts today. In this case it’s two “bugs”. Northern Flatid Planthopper-Flatormenis … Continue reading
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Tagged Amherst, Anaxipha exigua, Brown Trig, cricket, Flatidae, Flatormenis proxima, Gryllidea, Hemiptera, Long-horned Orthoptera, Massachusetts, New England, Northern Flatid Planthopper, orthoptera, Planthopper, Say's Trig, Trigonidiinae, True Hoppers, western massachusetts, Winged Bush Cricket
I spent a bit of time this morning in the wet meadow where I find the grass pinks. Of course they are long since passed, but there were a few insects found and this is the first I’ll be posting. … Continue reading
Posted in Closeup Photography, Insect Behavior, Insects, macro photography, Nature Photography
Tagged Amherst, Flatormenis proxima, Hemiptera, insect, Lawrence Swamp wet meadow, New England, Northern Flatid Planthopper, Planthopper, western massachusetts