Tetrix ceperoi - Sand Groundhopper
(Bolivar, 1887)

Description: A slender groundhopper species with variable colour (♂ 9-11 mm, ♀ 10-13 mm). The slightly roofshaped pronotum extends to the end of the abdomen. The anterior margin of the pronotum is not protruding and the central ridge is elevated. The antennae are thin, with the longest segments about 3.3 times as long as wide. The upper margin on the hind femur is broken near the knee (magnifying glass!).
Similar species: Tetrix subulata and T. bolivari
Adults: Imagoes can be found all year round, but most abundant in spring and summer.
Song:
Males have no calling song.
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Habitat:  Wet habitats with sparse vegetation.
Distribution:
It's not clear whether this species lives in Hungary. The closest populations are known from Eastern Austria.

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