Other commonly sighted bugs include the violet carpenter bee, the seven-spot ladybird, the striped or minstrel bug, the southern hawker dragonfly, the common carder bee and the great green bush-cricket
Fiddler on the tree--a bush-cricket
species with unusual stridulatory organs and song.
We think that there the rather high proportion of macroptery was due to the spatial connectivity of numerous, less open or closed grassland patches of the surveyed grassland plateau harbouring for example a metapopulation network of other bush-cricket
(Pholidoptera transsylvanica) and/or a grasshopper (Arcyptera fusca) species (Jordan et al., 2003; Benedek et al., 2011; Szanyi et al., 2014).
As an example, I use this method to analyze habitat selection of a bush-cricket
(the wart-biter, Decticus verrucivorus).
The group with the highest number of duetting species is the bush-cricket
family Phaneropteridae (often treated as subfamily Phaneropterinae) with more than 2500 species (Eades et al.
However, another large bush-cricket
genus with a supposed similar history, the genus Eupholidoptera, shows some striking resemblances.
Colonization success in Rowel's bush-cricket
Metrioptera roeseli: the effects of propagule size.
In this paper, we compare the morphologies of three isolated populations of the endangered bush-cricket
, Pholidoptera frivaldskyi (Herman, 1871) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).
can be regarded as a model organism for understanding ecological relationships and predicting the behavior of other similar-sized insects.
Nevertheless, in an analysis of 19 bush-cricket
genera, Wedell (1993a, 1994a) showed that interspecific differences in spermatophore size, spermatophylax mass and ampulla mass are largely influenced by diet.
Hordes of giant hoverflies and noisy bush-crickets
(above) have been sweeping over our parks and gardens as part of an unprecedented foray into the Midlands.