Features for Orthoptera

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Figure 1. Spine or ridge on the femur.

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Figure 2. Spur or tubercle on the 'throat' - Catantopinae.

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Figure 3. Mesosternal lobes forming an acute angle a feature of the giant grasshoppers (Cyrtacanthacridini)

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Figure 4. Tegmina - the leathery forewing of Orthoptera.

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Figure 5. Auditory organ (Ensifera) - the auditory organ of Ensifera located on the fore tibia.

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Figure 6. Ovipositor (Ensifera) - the ovipositor of Ensifera is a long, sword-like extension of the abdomen.

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Figure 7. Auditory organ (Caelifera) - the auditory organ of Caelifera is located on the first abdominal tergite.

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Figure 8. Mesosternal lobes rounded (not forming an acute angle).