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Bush Cricket Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 133 pictures in our Bush Cricket collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Walking leaf, Leaf bush cricket or katydid -Typophyllum sp.-, mimicking a withered leaf, Tiputini rain forest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, South America Featured Print

Walking leaf, Leaf bush cricket or katydid -Typophyllum sp.-, mimicking a withered leaf, Tiputini rain forest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, South America

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Mountain grasshopper (Acripeza reticulata) Featured Print

Mountain grasshopper (Acripeza reticulata)

Mountain grasshopper (Acripeza reticulata), female. The common name is a misnomer as it is also a lowland species, no longer believed confined to Snowy Mountains, found also at lower altitudes. Eastern Australia

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Leaf mimic bush cricket or katydid (unknown species, family Tettigoniidae) Featured Print

Leaf mimic bush cricket or katydid (unknown species, family Tettigoniidae)

Leaf mimic bush cricket or katydid (unknown species, family Tettigoniidae) in the middle of moulting its skin. Moulting from one sub-adult stage (instar) to another is known as ecdysis. Montane rainforest, Bosque de Paz Lodge, Caribbean slope, Costa Rica

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