|Image: Greg Lasley|
Toad Lubbers are beefy grasshoppers from the Romaleidae family, also known as Lubbers. Lubbers are often large and robust...
Chihuahua Toad Lubber (Phrynotettix tsichivavensis)
Behind their head is an uncommonly massive hunk of exoskeleton called the pronotum and beyond that some wings that are too small for flight.
|Image: CARLOS VELAZCO|
Robust Toad Lubber (Phrynotettix robustus)
They look like a stone lying in the dry desert areas of Mexico and southern United States. They are of course surrounded by actual stones, so they melt away into the background very effectively.
All we need now is a toad thief and a toad mage and we can gather our party before venturing forth into the dungeons and catacombs of a local ant hill.
Big thanks to James for introducing me to this one!