bloody hell... i have no idea!!!
It's a disembodied grasshopper leg.
If it's a pokey thing, I don't want to know.If it's a roach or bug leg, I don't want to know. ;-)I feel for you, too!
It looks familiar and I imagine it was stuck in your skin!
Looks like a white cricket but who knows. I have had a small invasion and have become quite familiar with the body parts.
A grassshopper leg.
I know it is gross looking! teehee
Well, now I can't wait to hear what it is, I have no idea. It looks pretty interesting though.
Looks like a very large grasshopper leg to me. Is it from a locust?
It's definitely some kind of insect leg. I'll go with a grasshopper.
Oh, you all are SOOO close. But not exact! Please be specific - exactly what kind is it?~Lynn
It's a ginormous cricket hopper leg? Am I right, am I right? :)
I have squished so many crickets this summer and fall, that I'll have to say that it once belonged to one of them!
Camel Cricket leg. We catch them out of the tractor building for the chickens. They LOVE them.~~Matt~~
I'm not positive what it is, but I have a good idea. Lets just say I'm glad it's at your house and not mine! Hugs, Julie.
that is the leg of the most heinous creature that tends to take up residency in our basement, the dread humpback cricket, also called a camel cricket. Imagine a spider body on cricket legs that have been dosed with grasshopper juice. the horrible thing about them is that instead of jumping away from you as you approach, they jump toward you.
cmarlow41 - it was disembodied, that's for sure! :)Nat - No, it wasn't stuck in me!! Thank goodness!! Those pokey things are the bug's toes!Gail - I have a small invasion, too! :)CA Grammy - Kinda sorta right!Patrice - It was a type of cricket!Matt - Yes Yes Yes!!! You got it! Camel cricket!Julie - I have gotten used to camel crickets now. I've gotten used to alot of things since I moved onto this farm. hugs back to ya!Transfarmer - yes, you know this little guy well! They do jump at you! And they can jump, too!~Lynn
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