Tetrix bipunctata - Two-spotted Groundhopper
(L., 1758)

Description: Stout body with different colours (♂ 9-11 mm, ♀ 10-14 mm). The pronotum is roofshaped and reaches the tip of the abdomen. The anterior edge of the pronotum protorudes toward the head. The antennae are short and thick, the longest segment is only twice as long as wide. The visible part of the hind wing is about 2x longer than the front wing.
Similar species: Tetrix undulata
Adults: Imagoes can be found all year round.
Males have no calling song.
abitat:  Dry grasslands, forest edges, rocky places. It prefers bare ground and often in the same habitats as T. tenuicornis. Flightless.
Widespread in hills and mountians, scarce in lowlands.

Tetrix bipunctata
(Author: Gilles San Martin, source: flickr.com, CC BY-SA 2.0)

Tetrix bipunctata
(Author: Pribéli Levente, source: ízeltlábúak.hu, CC BY 4.0)