View of a bush-cricket feeding from a red flower

View of a bush-cricket feeding from a red flower

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Credit: DR. JOHN BRACKENBURY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bush-cricket. View of a bush-cricket (family Tettigoniidae) feeding from a red flower. The bush cricket is also known as the "long-horned grasshopper" because of its very long thread-like antennae (partly seen here). Bush-crickets are more nocturnal than grasshoppers, they become active in the afternoon and do not rest until long into the night. They eat a mixture of plant material and other insects.

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Keywords: animal, bush, bush cricket, bush-cricket, cricket, feeding, flower, insect, insecta, invertebrate, invertebrates, long-horned grasshopper, nature, tettigniidae, wildlife, zoology

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