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Phaneroptera falcata · lakštasparnis pjūklius

2011-08-14 Vilnius, Viršupio gatvė

  • Sickle-bearing Bush-cricket
  • Gemeine Sichelschrecke
  • lakštasparnis pjūklius
  • garspārņu sienāzis
  • długoskrzydlak sierposz Phaneroptera falcata occurs in Europe and has historically been restricted to southern and central parts of the continent. They are absent in the Alpine foothills. Phaneroptera falcata has been extending the northern limits of its range in mainland Europe in recent decades; it is now regular in parts of southernmost Scandinavia, despite only spreading to the region quite recently.

It is mostly herbivorous and commonly measures 24 to 36 mm long. It lives mainly in warm scrub and grasslands areas, also on dry shrubbery and in sand pits and gardens. The eggs are stored in leaves (between the cuticles) and overwinter there. This is the explication for the mowing intolernace of Phaneroptera falcata. Adults can be observed from July to October. P. falcata is getting adult rather late.

Žiogas nedidelis, žalias, siekia 24–36 mm. Sparnai ilgi. Vabzdys augalėdis, gyvena daugiausia krūmynuose, pievose su aukšta žole.

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