|Adult male (from Dr. Pfadt's Field Guide)||Adult female (from Dr. Pfadt's Field Guide)|
Common name: SAY'S GRASSHOPPER.
Size: 29-47 mm.
General distribution: Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada, S. to Texas and northern Mexico.
Distribution in New Mexico: Chaves, Guadalupe, Lea, Quay, Taos, Union.
New Mexico Distribution Map
Host: Forbs, grasses.
Adults Present: July-November.
Notes: Similar to S. campestris, but differs in habitat and in having a very low median pronotal crest, cut by one or two sulci; hind tibiae orange. Not economically important.
Reference: Otte 1984.
S. equale fact sheet from the Field Guide
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