I've been researching the simanim (signs) for kasher chagav (locusts/grasshoppers) and have found some information but I need some details.
The Yemenites often describe the sign as a ח on the chest of the locust. Is this a coloration sign, or a physical/indentation sign? Some pictures would be very helpful.
Some North African communities mention the wings having either a ח or ב, but again a picture would be more helpful.
Another sign I've heard mentioned is the legs need to raise higher than the body. But this sign applies to most grasshoppers and locusts regardless of species or area.