The Differential grasshopper is found throughout Northern Mexico and the Central United States. It is considered a pest that grows to 50mm in females and 37mm in males.
These grasshoppers are common in the open woodlands and fields in the southern United States including Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Pennsylvania.
The green striped grasshoppers are common throughout North America. They prefer moist habitats and are often found near hay meadows, sunny grass areas, and pastures.
The American bird grasshopper is native to North America. These are large grasshoppers with males growing to 4.5cm and females to 5.5cm in length.
The short-winged green grasshopper (Dichromorpha viridis) is a medium-sized short-horned grasshopper that can grow to 26.5mm in body length.
The admiral grasshopper (Syrbula admirabilis) is usually found in dry grass with males growing to 31mm and females to 49mm. They have a slanted face and long, slender hind legs
The Aztec spur-throated grasshopper (Aidemona azteca) belongs to the Acrididae family with nymphs being brightly colored in reds, blacks, and yellows.
The Ponderous spur throated grasshopper is a member of the short-horned grasshopper family and is the most common grasshopper you will encounter in North America.
The male spotted bird grasshopper can grow to 50mm with females growing to 69mm. They are widely distributed and common in Texas
The two-striped mermiria (Mermiria bivittata) is a short-horned grasshopper with long wings and a sword-shaped antenna. They have slanted faces and a pale brown to yellow body.