Grasshopper statues are pests or beneficial insects?
The grasshoppers we usually see in the Insect Museum are specimens or statues of grasshoppers. Do you know what kind of insects grasshoppers are?
Grasshoppers are pests that feed on wheat, rice, millet, maize, beans, tobacco, reeds, vegetables, fruit trees, leaves, stems, buds and young fruits of trees and weeds. Or a hole, when it is large, crops can be eaten as fluorescent rods or completely, causing serious economic losses.
Although locust is a crop pest, it has been proved to have high nutritional value. At the same time, grasshoppers play a key role in the whole ecosystem. Therefore, the most effective way for grasshoppers is to change the ecological environment by controlling the number of good governance. Grasshopper statues seen in museums are designed to let more people know about grasshoppers and learn how to deal with them in daily life.