Chorthippus (Glyptobothrus) brunneus brunneus Thunberg, 1815

Della Rocca, Francesca, Stefanelli, Silvia, Cardarelli, Elisa, Bogliani, Giuseppe & Bracco, Francesco, 2021, Contribution to the knowledge of the arthropods community inhabiting the winter-flooded meadows (marcite) of northern Italy, Biodiversity Data Journal 9, pp. 57889-57889: 57889

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Chorthippus (Glyptobothrus) brunneus brunneus Thunberg, 1815


Chorthippus (Glyptobothrus) brunneus brunneus Thunberg, 1815  

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Conservation status

Least Concern for European ( Hochkirch et al. 2016) and Global assessments ( Bushell and Hochkirch 2014).


From the Balkan Peninsula and north-eastern Italy ( Massa et al. 2012). In Italy, it is widespread all over the country. It is only absent in Sicily ( Massa et al. 2012, Iorio et al. 2019).


It lives in open habitats with sparse vegetation, like wasteland, mountain slope, forest clearings and roadside verges. The adults can be found from May to October ( Massa et al. 2012).