What Insect Predator Turns Prey into Taxidermy?

Here is a mystery to test your wildlife knowledge.

I was out quail hunting Saturday and noticed something odd about a barbed-wire fence I was getting ready to cross. A 20-foot section of the fence looked like a macabre display of hunting trophies: An entire row of mostly Boone and Crockett-sized grasshoppers were impaled on the barbs of the wire--frozen in their death throes. It was like Vlad the Impaler writ small, but no less merciless.

Can you guess what animal did this? I'll give you a hint: this is one from the "Thank Goodness They're Smaller Than Us, Or We'd Be Lunch" files.