I have a good friend who has a side interest in the colorful flying grasshoppers of the subfamily Oedipodinae/family Acrididae.
Most of what he has is personally collected. It seems that the nicely (spread) exotic ones offered (here and there) by Ebay sellers can be at times expensive so he does not have many of those.
For those enthusiasts who do like these voracious critters here are some my friend managed to capture in Ecuador.
*I know from personal experience that these fellows are by no means all that easy to capture -- generally speaking...
On a visit to Florida once he came across an emergence of Lubber grasshoppers.
He remarked that they were not necessarily anything much to notice just looking at them on the roadway and on plants but, take a little time to pop open their short wings and they are not half bad looking !
If you are an enthusiast of Acrididae (Short-horned Grasshoppers) there is no shortage of species to enjoy. Right now, their numbers (of species) hover around 10,000+....