Tetrigidae

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Tetrigidae

[te′trij·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The grouse locusts or pygmy grasshoppers in the order Orthoptera in which the front wings are reduced to small scalelike structures.
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Video footage has been posted online of the scenes after the final whistle of the match The Groundhopper
The video was shot by the Groundhopper who likes groundhopping, is a football manager, Youtuber and ground hopper.
To a neutral or groundhopper this would be a perfect game to be at but for Shepshed what looked like an unassailable 4-1 lead at half time it was more like two points dropped rather than a point gained a result where they remain ninth in the league.
Groning J, Krause S, Hochkirch A (2007) Habitat preference of an endangered insect species, Cepero's groundhopper (Tetrix ceperoi).
GROUNDHOPPER Day was a huge success with bumper crowds at the four venues.
The match kicked off at 3.30pm as part of a groundhopper triple for National Non-League Day and both teams played their part in a great advert for the Blue Square Bet Premier.
He said: "The licensing system should be about improving the league - if a groundhopper from across the border came to Rhyl, I expect that they would think that it is a tidy ground and that the Welsh Premier is obviously quite a good league.
The photo shows one example, the defensive pose of a tetrigid groundhopper. [Photo: Andre Bartschi / WWF / Still Pictures]
Swimming behavior has been frequently observed for all three groundhopper species in the UK (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) (Marshall & Haes 1988).
Hirwaun Welfare progressed with a 3-0 win over Panteg and AFC Bargoed secured a narrow 1-0 win over their hosts Trelewis Welfare in a game witnessed by a crowd of 277 Groundhopper supporters.
Football fan Peter Tomlins, 41, of Chester, has trekked the length and breadth of Great Britain to produce a groundhopper's guide to soccer stadia.
THE start of the Regal Travel South Wales Amateur League football season featured matches arranged for the Bank Holiday visit of Groundhopper supporters, who travelled long distances to watch games.