Anabrus


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The hairworm, Gordius robustus Leidy, as a parasite of the Mormon cricket, Anabrus simplex Haldeman.
Neo-sex chromosomes were first described by McClung (1905) in Hesperotettix speciosus (Melanoplinae), Mermiria bivittata (Gomphocerinae) and Anabrus sp.
In contrast, the Green and Yampa Rivers, Colorado and Utah, experience multiple mass migrations of Morman crickets (Anabrus simplex) which swim across stream surfaces and are eaten by 11 fish species in that assemblage and represents a temporally available, plentiful, terrestrial, food source (Tyus and Minckley, 1988).
The Mormon cricket (Anabrus simplex Haldeman), a flightless shieldback katydid belonging to the family Tettigoniidae, is a historic pest in North America.
Sexual selection and sexual differences in mormon crickets (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae, Anabrus simplex).
In the katydids Anabrus simplex and Kawanaphila nartee, a reduction in food availability causes both a decrease in the number of males that are able to produce high quality spermatophylax meals (Gwynne & Simmons 1990; Gwynne 1993, 2001), and an increase in hungry females looking for these mating meals.
The katydid Anabrus simplex (the Mormon 'cricket' of western North America) occurs in both solitarious and gregarious forms.