Langness Peninsula in July 2006: A. and B. Short grassland supporting S.stigmaticus, M.maculatus and C.brunneus around rocky outcrops above the shore (with AJC taking notes); C. short grassy heath supporting S.stigmaticus near the mid-line of the peninsula; D. tall grassland and gorse near the mid-line of the peninsula with scarce S.stigmaticus restricted to short grass close to rocks and C.brunneus throughout; E. a path with S.stigmaticus occurring immediately adjacent and C.brunneus extending into the taller grassland beyond; and F. a patch of semi-rough (with RGS inspecting a grasshopper) and a grassy mound supporting S.stigmaticus and C.brunneus within the golf course.

 
 
  Part of: Selman RG, Cherrill AJ (2018) The lesser mottled grasshopper, Stenobothrus stigmaticus: lessons from habitat management at its only site in the British Isles. Journal of Orthoptera Research 27(1): 83-89. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.27.15123