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Grasshoppers in mating...

Postby Doreen Lin » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:46 am

:c9:


This was taken in November - it was strange(to me) seeing the grasshopper eating whilst mating!

(Captured at Kamunting Gardens, Taiping, not Singapore...)


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This being the Chinese New Year, an abundance of happiness and prosperity to all here!


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Postby Doreen Lin » Sat Jan 28, 2012 11:09 am

laurence leong wrote:Is this the ultimate of pleasure for the female in the insect world?


Perhaps! Better to be the female than the male in the insect world!

laurence leong wrote:You should see the huge female praying manthis eating its mate while mating.


I have never seen that, thankfully!

Woke up one morning to see one in my seventh-storey :o bedroom.
This being about grasshoppers, here's a link instead -
http://tinyurl.com/prayinmantis
Was that a female?

Superb shots of the grasshoppers here - love them!


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