An armoured ground cricket (Acanthoplus discoidalis), native of the Kalahari, prepares to defend itself by squirting its own blood through joints in its armour | image by Nick Easton/BBC

An armoured ground cricket (Acanthoplus discoidalis), native of the Kalahari, prepares to defend itself by squirting its own blood through joints in its armour | image by Nick Easton/BBC

Acanthoplus discoidalis armoured ground cricket nature katydid africa Kalahari

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