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  • Swarms of Mormon crickets invade Southwest Idaho

    “They’re back again,” says Elias Jaca, a rancher in Owyhee county who has been fighting Mormon crickets for weeks. Mormon crickets climb into water tanks, eat crops and flowers.

“They’re back again,” says Elias Jaca, a rancher in Owyhee county who has been fighting Mormon crickets for weeks. Mormon crickets climb into water tanks, eat crops and flowers. Yuqing Zhu yzhu@mcclatchy.com
“They’re back again,” says Elias Jaca, a rancher in Owyhee county who has been fighting Mormon crickets for weeks. Mormon crickets climb into water tanks, eat crops and flowers. Yuqing Zhu yzhu@mcclatchy.com

Mormon crickets are back — 3 inches long and wreaking havoc in Idaho

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