Modicogryllus frontalis - Eastern Stripe-headed cricket
(Fieber, 1844)

Description: Ground colour is brownish black, the head is shiny and there is usually a thin yellow stripe between the eyes. The body (11-13 mm) is covered with fine hairs, giving it a greyish shine. The wings reach about to half of the abdomen. The ovipositor is 6-8 mm, straight and slightly widened at the tip.
Similar species: Eumodicogryllus bordigalensis
Adults: from May to August
No calling song known. Males produce sound when another male is close to them.
  Thermophilic species, lives in dry grasslands.
Known from the Great Hungarian Plain, quite scarce.