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What do you call a baby locust?

Answer: nymph

A baby locust is called a nymph. Locust is the swarming phase of short-horned grasshoppers of the family Acrididae. The origins and an apparent extinction of certain species of locustsome of which reached 6 inches (15 cm) in lengthare unclear.


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huge swarm of hungry locust in...
 
 
 
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locusts fairly large insect...
 
 
 
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grasshopper locust acrididae
 
 
 
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green grasshopper or locust...
 
 
 
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schistocerca gregaria the...
 
 
 
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beige black locust on a green...
 
 
 
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locust isolated on white...
 
 
 
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green grasshopper or locust...
 
 
 
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vector illustration of a swarm...
 
 
 
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vector silhouette illustration...
 
 
 
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grasshopper isolated
 
 
 
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citrus locust cotton locust ...
 
 
 
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locust isolated on white...
 
 
 
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