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{{INES| title = Adventures of Lolo
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|image = [[Image:Adventures of Lolo Title.png|center]]
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|title = Adventures of Lolo
|mapperno = 17yuhjarthtrhtrhAppearance (Morphology)
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|image = [[Image:Adventures of Lolo Title.png]]
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|mapperno = 1
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|mappername = [[Nintendo MMC1]] (SEROM)
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|prgrom = 2 x 16kB
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|chrrom = 4 x 8kB
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|mirroring = Horizontal
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|4screen = No
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|sram = No
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|game = Adventures of Lolo
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    * Brown, with some darker markings
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==Utilities==
    * Black herringbone pattern on hind femur
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'''Level Editors'''
    * Big hind legs for jumping
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/utils/150/ HALed]
    * 2 pairs of wings: forewings narrow and relatively hard; hind wings large, membranous
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/utils/462/ Neptune]
    * Antennae not very long, 20-24 segments
 
    * Conspicuous eyes
 
    * Cerci (pair of appendages at end of abdomen) unjointed
 
  
Adult Males and Females
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'''Password Generators'''
Males have a single unpaired plate at the end of abdomen. Female has two pairs of valves (triangle shapes) at end of abdomen used to dig in sand when egg laying.
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/utils/575/ Adventures of Lolo: Password generator]
  
Immatures (different stages)
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==Hacks==
In very young stage, the grasshopper has no wings. In later stages, wings are visible as small pads at end of thorax.
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'''Complete'''
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2289/ Adventures of Lolo: Mystical Forest]
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/201/ Challenging Lolo]
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3625/ The Quest of Lala]
  
Natural History
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'''Improvement'''
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1707/ Adventures of lolo 1x3]
  
Food
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'''Mapper Conversion'''
Many species of grasshoppers are general herbivores feeding on a variety of plants. Some species only like grasses.
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2679/ MMC1 to MMC3]
  
Habitat
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==Translations==
Widespread in U.S.
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/translations/2651/ Romanian]
  
Predators
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==Miscellaneous==
Birds, lizards,mantids, spiders, and rodents eat grasshoppers.
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* No miscellaneous yet.
  
Interesting Behaviors
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==Known Dumps==
Feeding: Although they eat many things, they still have preferences. Mating behavior: See how male courts female. Egg-laying: Female digs hole with abdomen. Some grasshoppers spit a brown bitter liquid as a defensive behavior in response to being handled. Use a piece of white paper and gently wipe the grasshopper's mouth if the spit is not evident. Before molting, grasshoppers do not eat and become less active. During the molt, they swallow air to build up pressure to split the old cuticle.
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* Adventures of Lolo (E) [!]
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** CRC32: DF4EDC13
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** SHA1: B7404CF9222D6608DEC17AECC51AB5C0E480DF3C
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** MD5: 1B2BBED010919EEC3D0F43CE8B3D7047
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** Size: 65536
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* Adventures of Lolo (J)
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** CRC32: 297198B9
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** SHA1: C0AEC26DC3132A60E9E45C3FFAAE49B7906BC517
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** MD5: 2827084CB9BE9F464DC2A589D2DAF236
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** Size: 65536
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* Adventures of Lolo (U) [!]
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** CRC32: 71BF075F
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** SHA1: ADFE24B8CFB6411DDEA238058D027EC0458FA3C4
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** MD5: BD377B49DCC269C6270EC0EA6336BAF5
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** Size: 65536
  
Impact on the Ecosystem
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==External Links==
 
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* No external links yet.
Positive
 
As herbivores, grasshoppers link plants to the rest of the ecosystem. Frass (droppings) contribute to nutrient turnover by returning nutrients as fertilizer for the plants. They provide food for birds and other arthropods.
 
 
 
Negative
 
Sometimes some species of grasshopper occur in very large numbers and cause serious crop damage and loss of plants in pastures.
 
 
 
Collecting Live Insects
 
 
 
Where to find
 
Grasshoppers are around in the spring and summer, but are most noticeable in the autumn. Areas with many grasses, small "vacant" lots and gardens are good places to start looking. Look at the area as you walk through. If you can hear the plants moving as you walk there are most likely grasshoppers around. Look during the middle of the day for best results. At night, use a flashlight to find grasshoppers roosting on the leaves. In the summer and autumn, some grasshoppers fly into porch lights.
 
 
 
How to collect
 
Encourage students to bring in grasshoppers. Catching grasshoppers may require patience and determination. Once grasshoppers have wings, many species can fly faster than you can run. Those without wings are easier to chase. Grasshoppers are perceptive and can sense you when you are several feet away. If they are on a plant and you try to grab them, they will move around the stem and often drop off the plant. You can swing an insect net or place the net over the plant while holding up the bottom of the net. With your hand gently coax grasshoppers into the net. They will walk or jump up into the net. Once in the net, gently pick up the grasshopper and place it in a container. It is also possible to collect grasshoppers by very slowly moving a glass or plastic vial towards the grasshopper's head and they will jump into it.
 

Latest revision as of 06:10, 5 September 2017


Adventures of Lolo
Adventures of Lolo Title.png
Mapper No. 1
Mapper Name Nintendo MMC1 (SEROM)
PRG-ROM Pages 2 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 4 x 8kB
Mirroring Horizontal
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Utilities

Level Editors

Password Generators

Hacks

Complete

Improvement

Mapper Conversion

Translations

Miscellaneous

  • No miscellaneous yet.

Known Dumps

  • Adventures of Lolo (E) [!]
    • CRC32: DF4EDC13
    • SHA1: B7404CF9222D6608DEC17AECC51AB5C0E480DF3C
    • MD5: 1B2BBED010919EEC3D0F43CE8B3D7047
    • Size: 65536
  • Adventures of Lolo (J)
    • CRC32: 297198B9
    • SHA1: C0AEC26DC3132A60E9E45C3FFAAE49B7906BC517
    • MD5: 2827084CB9BE9F464DC2A589D2DAF236
    • Size: 65536
  • Adventures of Lolo (U) [!]
    • CRC32: 71BF075F
    • SHA1: ADFE24B8CFB6411DDEA238058D027EC0458FA3C4
    • MD5: BD377B49DCC269C6270EC0EA6336BAF5
    • Size: 65536

External Links

  • No external links yet.