A grasshopper nymph, unkown species, which look like an adult grasshoppers, but they are wingless and lack reproductive organs. Nymphs start to feed on succulent and soft plant one day after hatching from the egg. This stage lasts for about five to six weeks before the young nymphs mature to adult grasshoppers. It is sitting on a green leaf, macro photography. Wuliangshan Nature Reserve, Mount Wuliang Nature Reserve in Jingdong county, Yunnan, China.
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- Wuliangshan - Gibbon rainforest