Stenobothrus eurasius - Eurasian Toothed Grasshopper
Zubowski, 1898

Description: Small species (♂ 9-10 mm, ♀ 13-16 mm). Ground colour is green to brown, very similar to S. nigromaculatus, but the song is different. Hind tibiae are orange-red. The wings extend to about the hind knee and are broader than those of S. nigromaculatus. A white stigma is often visible on the fore wing. The antennae are darker towards the tip and slightly curved.
Similar species: Stenobothrus nigromaculatus, S. fischeri, Omocestus petraeus
Adults: from June to September
The song is 8 to 23 sec. long and wil be produced at random intervals.

Recording: Baudewijn Odé, source: (field recording)
Habitat:  Rocky places, hillsides.
Scattered in the hills and mountains, isolated populations.
Note: Protected species in Hungary.

Stenobothrus eurasius, male
(Author: Szlovik Márton, source: ízeltlábú, CC BY 4.0)

Stenobothrus eurasius, female
(Author: © L. Timaeus, source:, CC BY NC)

Stenobothrus eurasius, female
(Author: Szlovik Márton, source: ízeltlábú, CC BY 4.0)