Hoppers

Hoppers

Desert Locust solitarious hoppers (wingless nymphs). Hoppers of the solitary phase are green or brown. They live in Isolation and do not march.

The development from eggs into hoppers (wingless larvae or nymphs) is a function of temperature. The hopper development period decreases with increasing daily air temperature. The correlation with air temperature is less clear than with eggs because the hoppers can control their body temperature to a considerable extent by basking or seeking shade.

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