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Schistocerca nitens is a species of grasshopper known by several names, including vagrant grasshopper and gray bird grasshopper. It is a close relative of the desert locust, which is in the same genus. This grasshopper is native to southern North America including Mexico and the south-western United States from California to Texas. Vagrants are occasionally found in Colorado and Nebraska, where the climate is too cold for them to reproduce, otherwise. It is also present in parts of Central and South America. It lives in many habitats including desert, woodland, and lower elevation mountainous areas. It is a large grasshopper, reaching lengths of 4 to 7 centimeters. It is mostly brown and gray spotted or patched in cryptic coloration. This species is known as a pest on ornamental plants and many types of crop plants. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schistocerca_nitens)
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Childers AK, Geib SM, Sim SB, Poelchau MF, Coates BS, Simmonds TJ, Scully ED, Smith TPL, Childers CP, Corpuz RL, Hackett K, Scheffler B. The USDA-ARS Ag100Pest Initiative: High-Quality Genome Assemblies for Agricultural Pest Arthropod Research.. Insects. 2021 Jul 09; 12(7).
|Schistocerca nitens genome assembly iqSchNite1.1 GCF_023898315.1||HiFiASM v. 0.15.4; 3D-DNA v. 210817; Juicebox Assembly Tools v. 1.11||Jun 28th, 2022|
|NCBI Schistocerca nitens Annotation Release 100||NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline||Aug 5th, 2022|
|Functional annotation of NCBI Schistocerca nitens Annotation Release 100||AgBase functional annotation pipeline||Aug 5th, 2022|