Grasshoppers infected with the fungus Cordyceps amazonica, Belize. 
(via: T.J. Baroni - SUNY Cortland)       (photo: T. J. Baroni)

Grasshoppers infected with the fungus Cordyceps amazonica, Belize. 

(via: T.J. Baroni - SUNY Cortland)       (photo: T. J. Baroni)

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    NEAT and gross also