Where Do Grasshoppers Lay Their Eggs?

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Grasshoppers lay their eggs in soil as if planting seeds. This provides protection of the elements and predators while having a chance to develop.
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Adult female grasshoppers are equipped with four triangular-shaped valves that are attached to the abdomen. These valves act as mini-shovels and assist the female grasshopper in digging
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They lay their eggs in the soil. This is done when the female digs a hole with her ovipositor (egg laying extension off the rear of the abdomen) and deposits the eggs about 1-2 inches
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Short-horned grasshoppers deposit their eggs, in clusters of 15 to
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