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Hi Shane


Two options, but I'm not sure which is the right one.


To me he looks like


He is Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Hi David,


yes Tetrix subulata


looks like Tetrix subulata - adult female


Interestingly, on a different computer/monitor


yes, Tetrix arenosa


Tetrix subulata


Tetrigidae-Pygmy Grasshopper


Tetrigidae: Tetrix subulata


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Looking back through images of Tetrix


Moved


thanks Alice


ID


I.D.


believe its Tetrix subulata


I believe this is Tetrix bruneri.


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata is correct


yes - Tetrix subulata


I would say


Tetrix subulata


adult female Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


adult female Tetrix subulata


Orthoptera, indeed


looks like an adult female Tetrix subulata


Do you have a shot from above?


Pygmy grasshopper


The are the same species


a female Tetrix subulata


adult female Pygmy Grasshopper - Tetrix subulata


a Grouse Locust - Tetrix subulata


She looks like


Looks like genus Tetrix,


It's a Pygmy Grasshopper


Appears to be


looks like Snow's


That's exactly what it is.


Tetrix subulata


looks like probably


Moved


Moved


gut reaction -


Looks like Tetrix subulata


Definitely Tetrix


Tetrix subulata


yes


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


appears to be Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


I'm on a fence


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


It is Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


It is Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


looks like


Tetrix subulata


Tetrix subulata


pygmy grasshoppers