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Migratory Locust

DAZ|Studio Insects posted on May 16, 2024
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In adding a third species to my Grasshopper base set, it made sense that I should throw in a locust... For the composition of the art, a "coming directly at you" approach seemed appropriate. The Migratory Locust occurs throughout Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. It used to be common in Europe, but has now is rarely reported. A group/swarm of locust is referred to as a "plague". As expected, it is a crop pest. In Africa, the last serious widespread plague of this locust occurred from 1928 to 1942. Since then, environmental transformations have made the development of swarms from the African migratory locust unlikely. Nevertheless, potential outbreaks are constantly monitored as plagues can be devastating.

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starship64

1:11AM | Fri, 17 May 2024

Great work!

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Flint_Hawk Online Now!

11:34AM | Fri, 17 May 2024

They look like a hungry hoard!

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STEVIEUKWONDER

6:05AM | Mon, 20 May 2024

Must be terrifying for any innocent youngsters to encounter!

diabelli92

4:53AM | Thu, 23 May 2024

Can't wait! A Weta expansion down the line would be great

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rbowen

1:57PM | Fri, 24 May 2024

Excellent!!!


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