Acrida ungarica mediterranea
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|Acrida ungarica mediterranea Dirsh, 1949|
Common names: Snouted Grasshopper; Le Criquet des Magyars; La Truxale occitane; Mittelmeer-Turmschrecke
Acrida ungarica mediterranea is a subspecies of Acrida ungarica commonly found in South Mediterranean countries. It is a phytophagus species not harmful on cultivated plants. Its body is slender that can reach 40-70 mm in females, 25-40 mm in males.
The head is elongated cone-shaped and has antennas flattened to spearhead. The livery from green to brown, depending on the environment.
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