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RE: lubber grasshoppers

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Posted by: FR at Sun Jun 2 10:48:35 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Thats what I am saying, its nasty tasting, its not going to kill them dead.

Of course out here we have different species of lubbers and I mean a whole lot of different species. And they do eat them, not not day after day. hahahahahahahahaha They seem to forget they taste nasty by the next year. Then they remember. hahahahahahahaha

We even have these normal brown species, that are huge and do not fly or jump much, they hop sort of. They do not like them after the first day either.

Katydids and locusts are better, but not like your good old crickets. Cheers


   

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