Grasshopper (Long horned Grasshopper) Conocephalus upoluensis
Species: C. upoluensis
Binomial name: Conocephalus upoluensis
Synonym: Conocephalus brevixiphus
Common names: Long-horned Grasshopper, Greenish Meadow Katydid,
Conocephalus upoluensis is a small (15mm) translucent green katydid with brown on its back. It has whitish eyes and its antennae are about four times the length of its body. They are present in Australia and New Zealand.
They hide among long grasses and reeds during the day and are active at night. Throughout summer they produce low ultrasonic buzzing calls which can be difficult to hear. The call is a continuous soft fizzing sound in warmer temperatures, but alternating revving and idling in cooler temperatures. Their diet is flowers and the seeds of grasses.
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