What is the difference in a locust and a cicada?


A locust is a type of grasshopper, more specifically, a locust is a short horned grasshopper. A long horned grasshopper is known as a katydid or,....more?
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Cicada - large insect making shrill sound. Locust - swarming
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Male and female cicadas mate in the summer immediately after becoming adults. After they mate, the female places the eggs in small slits she makes in tree twigs and branches. About
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There are several differences between cicadas and locusts. Cicadas are considered insects. They live in trees and tall grass. Locusts are considered grasshoppers ...
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