Grey Bush-cricket

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Saturday, 28 August 2010 18:23

I've been at a coleopterists meeting at Dungeness today and I have to shoot off to help moth trap at Pulborough Brooks this evening so this is only a taster of the things we found there today, the rest will come tomorrow. Whilst looking for beetles under stones on vegetated shingle we found about five Grey Bush-crickets. This very mottled, long-winged cricket is nationally scarce (Nb) and very coastal with a southerly distribution. A new species for me and one I have always wanted to see.

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