Gumleaf Grasshopper

Goniaea australasiae (Leach, 1814)

A brownish grasshopper that is well camouflaged amoungst the dry gum leaves around australia.

This species has two form the adult and nymph the later is the wingless juvenile of this species

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What habitats does Goniaea australasiae live in?

Resting on ground among dry fallen leaves during the day. They move up and feed on green leaves during the night

What is the distribution of Goniaea australasiae?

Widespread Across mainland Australia and Tasmania

How big does Goniaea australasiae grow?

Can grow to around 35mm for males and the females up to around 52mm

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