Translation of grasshopper in Spanish:

grasshopper

saltamontes, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡræsˌhɑpər//ˈɡrɑːshɒpə/

noun

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    saltamontes masculine
    • Soybeans have emerged in many fields and some plants have had minor feeding damage due to bean leaf beetles and grasshoppers.
    • No, true locusts belong to the same family of insects as grasshoppers.
    • The insect was later confirmed to be an Egyptian grasshopper, a voracious plant-eater normally found only in the Mediterranean area.
    • Within the past decade, two bush crickets, relatives of grasshoppers, have arrived on local grasslands.
    • A few small grasshoppers and lygus bugs were found in the alfalfa but the number of these pests was low.
    • A woodchat's prey is mainly insects, beetles, damsel flies, dragonflies, grasshoppers, wasps and bees.
    • Only butterflies, grasshoppers, mosquitoes and flies are netted there.
    • They also occasionally eat insects, especially grasshoppers, cicadas and crickets.
    • Now, in August, the shrill sound of grasshoppers rang out across the undulating flatland beyond Sand Creek.
    • They will eat insects such as grasshoppers in the summer and cereal seeds in the winter.
    • By mid-summer, both grasshoppers and corn earworms can be heavy feeders on a variety of crops.
    • In Thailand, open-air markets sell silkworms, grasshoppers, and water bugs by the pound.
    • Aphids, grasshoppers, and gall wasps appear in the Cretaceous, as well as termites and ants in the later part of this period.
    • It only took 5 days to sink to the level of digging out ants and grasshoppers for ‘protein’ purposes.
    • Other insects, such as cutworm and grasshoppers, are general agricultural pests world-wide.
    • Watch a kite sweep the skies for large insects such as grasshoppers, cicadas and dragonflies.
    • Locust normally live for two to six months and are similar to flying grasshoppers.
    • Seasonally they dine on insects, especially caterpillars, beetles, and grasshoppers.
    • Even wild insects such as roasted grasshoppers, flying termites, and caterpillar skins are enjoyed as snacks.
    • The buzz of insects and the musical chirping of grasshoppers filled the air.