|Family:|| Ommexechidae |
The Ommexechidae are a family of grasshoppers, in the Orthoptera: suborder Caelifera.Species in this family can be found in the Americas.
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The Melanoplinae are a subfamily of grasshoppers in the family Acrididae. They are distributed across the Holarctic and Neotropic ecozones.
Tetrigidae is an ancient family in the order Orthoptera, which also includes similar families such as crickets, grasshoppers, and their allies. Species within the Tetrigidae are variously called groundhoppers, pygmy grasshoppers, pygmy devils or "grouse locusts".
Acridoidea is a superfamily of grasshoppers in the order Orthoptera with species found on every continent except Antarctica.
Gomphocerinae, the slant-faced grasshoppers, are a subfamily of grasshoppers found on every continent but Antarctica and Australia.
Conocephalinae is an insect subfamily in the family Tettigoniidae.
The Tanaoceridae are an insect family in the monotypic superfamily Tanaoceroidea in the suborder Caelifera. They have been called desert long-horned grasshoppers.
The Trigonopterygoidea are an insect superfamily in the Orthoptera: Caelifera. Sometimes described as leaf grasshoppers, American species in the Xyronotidae have also been called razor-backed bush-hoppers.
The Tristiridae are a family of grasshoppers, in the Orthoptera: suborder Caelifera. Species in this family can be found in the Americas.
The Trigonopterygidae are an insect family in the Orthoptera: Caelifera found in south and south-east Asia.
Praxibulus is a genus of grasshoppers found in Australia.
Romaleinae is a subfamily of lubber grasshoppers in the family Romaleidae, found in North and South America. There are more than 60 genera and 260 described species in Romaleinae.
Pyrgomorpha is the type genus of grasshoppers in the family Pyrgomorphidae and the tribe Pyrgomorphini. Species are found in Southern Europe, Africa and the middle East, through to India and Mongolia.
Orthacris is a genus of grasshoppers in the family Pyrgomorphidae and the subfamily Orthacridinae. Species are found in the Indian subcontinent including Sri Lanka.
Monistria is a genus of grasshoppers in the family Pyrgomorphidae and the tribe Monistriini. Species are found Australia, New Zealand and surrounding islands.
The Orthacridinae are a sub-family of grasshoppers in the family Pyrgomorphidae. Species are found in: Central America, Africa, Asia, Australia and certain Pacific Islands. The type genus is Orthacris and the taxon proposed by Bolívar in 1905.
Leptysminae is a subfamily of spur-throat toothpick grasshoppers in the family Acrididae. There are at least 20 genera in Leptysminae, found in North, Central, and South America.
Erucius is a genus of grasshoppers in the family Chorotypidae. Species in this genus can be found in Vietnam and Malesia, including the Philippines. It is the only genus in the subfamily Eruciinae.
Erucius magnificus is a species of 'monkey grasshopper' in the family Chorotypidae, with no subspecies listed in the Catalogue of Life. The type locality was in Borneo and current records also include Vietnam.
Coptacra is the type genus of grasshoppers in the subfamily Coptacrinae. Species can be found in tropical Asia.
Coptotettix is an Asian genus of ground-hoppers in the subfamily Tetriginae.