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Diapheromera arizonensis
You guys have quite a few species there.

Megaphasma is known from there and gets huge, though the texan population is bigger and more robust
The Texan population of almost everything is bigger and more robust than here, although I found out something interesting, we have around 10 or something amount of crawfish that don’t occur anywhere else outside Missouri… I went through a crawfish phase once and was obsessed over them. Our state I think is very underrated and secretive, we barely have any movies or books about us, nothing really (except St. Louis) that people know about us here in Missouri. I once however watched a documentary where a guy went to Missouri and said he felt like he was in a tropical rainforest so there’s that! I heard Arizona has some crazy wildlife I can’t wait to go there and watch MM aphonapelma chalcodes look for females. Is it true that you can go to prison for cutting down a cactus in Arizona?
 
The Texan population of almost everything is bigger and more robust than here, although I found out something interesting, we have around 10 or something amount of crawfish that don’t occur anywhere else outside Missouri… I went through a crawfish phase once and was obsessed over them. Our state I think is very underrated and secretive, we barely have any movies or books about us, nothing really (except St. Louis) that people know about us here in Missouri. I once however watched a documentary where a guy went to Missouri and said he felt like he was in a tropical rainforest so there’s that! I heard Arizona has some crazy wildlife I can’t wait to go there and watch MM aphonapelma chalcodes look for females. Is it true that you can go to prison for cutting down a cactus in Arizona?
Yes its a felony. You need a permit to remove them. At least for saguaros and barrels. Dunno about opuntia or cylindropuntia though- both grow via asexual budding
 

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