Southeastern Austroicetes

Austroicetes vulgaris (Sjöstedt, 1931)

This species belongs to the family of plague grasshoppers the colours vary greatly they feature an X marking on pronotum and the hind femur is transversely banded, the lateral (side) surface of head and thorax has a white triangular marking and the hind tibia with white collar and cross-bar.

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What habitats does Austroicetes vulgaris live in?

Pastures and scrubland

What is the distribution of Austroicetes vulgaris?

Southern Australia from WA to NSW including Tasmania

How big does Austroicetes vulgaris grow?

Males are 12mm and females are 23mm in length

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