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ID help required - various insects from Southern Spain - Part 1

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Old Sunday 23rd October 2011, 14:07   #1
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ID help required - various insects from Southern Spain - Part 1

Hi,

Can anyone help ID these orthoptera - they were all taken in the Tarifa area, Andalucia, Southern Spain last week

Many thanks

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Old Wednesday 26th October 2011, 12:57   #2
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Hi Jim

I don't think there is an Iberian Orthoptera expert who visits this forum.

You might try the Iberian Nature Forum (a google search will get you there).

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possibly egyptian grasshopper for the one on the tree. they are big, like locusts, and were common when i was in south spain in april.
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For the the Orthoptera, it might be worth looking at the link in post 5 of this thread. All the pics were taken in the same area.

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Many thanks for your replies and i will check out the link ... :-)

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