|Subject:||Flying things - yellow winged grasshoppers - composite photo of take off|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Feb 2019 05:22:39 +0000|
As you all know there are heaps about at the moment and they are busily laying eggs right now now the ground is a bit softer and the grass is starting to grow again. Milder climates to here are in line for a locust plague with these conditions persist.
We know they are fast on the take off, however you can see this process here in a composite photo I just done of one on lift off in Mulligans flat. 0.033 of a second between each locust image.
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