This stunning Eastern Lubber (Romalea microptera) is one of North America’s largest grasshoppers; adults reach sizes of 1.7 - 2.7 inches (45 - 70 mm).
Eastern lubber nymphs (young) are mostly black with yellow and red markings. They tend to congregate together. As they age and molt, their colors change. Mature adults display an extraordinary variety of shades and patterns, with colors as bright as autumn foliage or almost solid black.
This 2" wide, double posted pin is ready to paint with whatever colors you like.