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The plains lubber (Brachystola magna) is Nebraska’s largest grasshopper. At about 2 1/4 inches long, and brightly colored, it’s hard to mistake for other species. In fact, of the 108 grasshopper species in Nebraska, the plains lubber is the only one … Continue reading