Acrida ungarica - Common Cylindric Grasshopper
(Herbst, 1786)

Description: Ground colour is green or brown. An easily recognisable, large species (♂ 30-40 mm, ♀  50-55 mm) with elongated head. The wings are long, surpassing the abdomen. The antennae are flattened.
Similar species: none
Adults: from July to September
Males have no calling song.
abitat:  They require high temperatures and live in warm habitats, mostly on sandy soils. They are good fliers.
Widespread on the Great Hungarian Plain and in different regions to the west of the Danube.
Protected species in Hungary.

Acrida ungarica
(Author: Károlyi Balázs, source: ízeltlábú, CC BY 4.0)

Acrida ungarica
(Author: Kárpáti Marcell, source: ízeltlábú, CC BY 4.0)