The large and robust Two-striped Grasshopper occurs widely in North America and is common in New England. It inhabits tall, lush, herbaceous vegetation – dense populations may reside in tall grass prairie, wet meadows, swamps, roadsides, ditch banks, and crop borders. It is comparatively sluggish and easily captured.
Adults in late spring usually live until frost.
- iNaturalist Species Account
- Bug Guide Species Account
- Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin
Orthoptera of Vermont – Locations Collected by Ross T. Bell