Great Grig (Cyphoderris monstrosa) — These bulky insects are in the same order (Orthoptera) as grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids. Males call at night, making a high-pitched sound used to both attract females and claim their territory and are known to have fierce fights over both. They can be found from southern British Columbia and Alberta, south to northern California and southern Idaho. They feed on the flowers of coniferous trees and broadleaved shrubs; sometimes also eating fruit and small insects. Photo by Glenn Marangelo on 7/11/17 near Seeley Lake, MT.