Tropidacris collaris is a species of grasshopper in the family Romaleidae. A large South American grasshopper, it is also known as the blue-winged grasshopper although they vary greatly in coloration. It is common in both forests and dry areas of South America from Colombia to Argentina. In parts of northern Argentina, they are considered a pest. They are also popular among insect and terrarium enthusiasts.
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- Attard, Lydia M; Carreno, Ramon A; Paré, Jean A; Peregrine, Andrew S; Dutton, Christopher J; Mason, Thomas R (2008). "Mermithid Nematode Infection in a Colony of Blue-winged Grasshoppers (Tropidacris collaris)". Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 39 (3): 488. doi:10.1638/2007-0179.1. PMID 18817018.
- "Huge grasshopper lands on Rodriguez". BBC News.
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