Large Marsh Grasshopper Stethophyma grossum
Present or absent in Norfolk
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Current UK Species Action Plan Last recorded in the late sixties and now considered extinct in Norfolk. Restricted to very wet, marshy areas, commonly quaking acidic bogs, although historically the species also occupied fenland and riverside habitats. Marked decline in UK – Pollution, drainage of habitat and climate change.