Imagine the excitement at the Old Entomologist when conversation turned to this paper at last night's meeting of the "Nocturnal Insect Vision and Table-top Clog-Dancing" discussion group:
Tobacco Harmful Biological Grasshoppers and a New Genus New Species of Yunnanitinae From Yunnan Province, China
Da zhi Dong, Yun zhen Wang, Xi yun QinAbstract
The present paper reported 40 species of tobacco grasshoppers, involving 1 order and 5 families. Additionally, one new genus and one new species are described from western and northwester Yunnan. That is Micropterus yongshengensis Dong et Wang sp. nov. All the specimens are deposited in the Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The journal's vaporous state and the absence of editorial duties have not deterred a handful of academic logrollers and time-servers numbering their membership of its non-existent Editorial Board among their professional accomplishments.
Presumably there are also non-biological grasshoppers, but now we will never find out about them.
Belated UPDATE: Somehow I forget to mention Crosse's abiotic electrogenic acari.: