This video is about a Ruspolia nitidula grasshopper, escaping from a spider’s web.
This species had been seen in Belgium just once before, in 2009.
Climate change means that animals from southern Europe, like this grasshopper, are going further to the north.
Successful translocation of the locally rare mottled grasshopper Myrmeleotettix maculatus to Jaywick flood defences in Essex, England: here.
Checklist and new distribution records of katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from Colombia: here.
50 million year old cricket and katydid fossils hint at the origins of insect hearing: here.
By 1960, the Lord Howe stick insect, Dryococelus australis, was presumed extinct. Not anymore: here.
Britain cannot afford to duck its climate change commitments, miners and engineers warned today: here.