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acridophily (s) (noun), acridophilies (pl)
1. An appetite for grasshoppers, locusts, or crickets as a supply of food: The desire and the consumption of crickets, or acridophily, can be exemplified by wasps, ground beetles, and blue birds.
2. The term acrido- in the entries related to locusts or grasshoppers is derived from Acrididae, which consists of the locusts and true grasshoppers.
Example of an acridograsshopper.