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Spharagemon collare, common name Mottled Sand Grasshopper, is found in sandy-soiled, grassy areas of northern United States and southern Canada. They are known to be a minor pest of wheat crops; however, populations are rarely large enough to cause appreciable damage. Adult Mottled Sand Grasshoppers are light to dark tan with dark brown to black speckles that sometimes appear as bands or stripes. The Mottled Sand Grasshopper relies heavily on its camouflaging colors for protection against predators. Most notably, the rear tibia is orange or red, and the inside of the femur is yellow with four darker bands.
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