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Bush cricket

This cricket was collected by Major A. B. Gay in Macedonia 1917....

Bush cricket

Bush crickets have very long slender antennae. The females have a blade-like ovipositor (egg-laying tube) that is sometimes curved. The males what short wings but are still able to produce...

Bush cricket

This female bush cricket is camouflaged to look just like a leaf. She was collected by Frederick Miles and formed part of his collection that was donated to the Museum...

Bush cricket

Bush crickets have very long slender antennae. The females have a blade-like ovipositor (egg-laying apparatus) that is sometimes curved. The males have short wings but are still able to produce...

Giant weta

This giant weta was collected in New Zealand and donated Major ‘Bertie’ Gay who was a curator at the Museum. Weta can reach up to an enormous 10 cm in...

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