The alpine grasshopper (Brachaspis nivalis) is one of Canterbury’s endangered species. It lives in mountainous country but is preyed on by pests such as stoats, weasels, ferrets and feral cats, as well as birds.
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Photograph by John Marris, Lincoln University
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