Stenobothrus graecus Ramme, 1926


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Habitat:
Stenobothrus graecus inhabits extensively grazed, dry and warm mountainous grasslands, usually with a large portion of rock, from about 800 to 2000m.

Life cycle:
The adults are usually accompanied by the more numerous Stenobothrus fischeri (e.g. Chelmos and Taygetos), but are easily spotted by the different male songs.

Remarks:
Stenobothrus graecus occurs locally on the mountains in cetral and southern Greece and in parts of Turkey (here ssp. malatyensis Çiplak, 1994).



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