About 6cm long. Excellent camoflage. Big eyes but not right on top of the head. Any idea what species?
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I've searched on ground hopper tetrigidae, andyk, but am not convinced by the (very variable) images nor the info. It wasn't huge but at about 5-6 cm was a bit big for a ground hopper. It was also a bit smooth compared to the spiky edges of the hopper pics I've seen. Thanks for the idea though. Any other possibilities?
Crickets have long to very long antennae, so this is either a groundhopper or a grasshopper and, sorry, I can't help further.
Thanks, that's something to know. There are lots of crickets, hoppers & grasshoppers here, especially on the mountain tracks in summer, and I'm struggling to distinguish them.
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