Common Names: Pine tree spur-throat grasshopper, grizzly locust, grizzled grasshopper, griseous grasshopper, mottled grasshopper
Camouflage patterned. Outer face of hind femora marked with alternating blackish and grayish bands (a distinctive feature). Lower inside of hind femur usually bright red. Hind tibiae reddish and/or gray. Males are 27 to 31 mm, females are 37 45 mm.
Found in forests and oak savannah; may be nocturnal, comes to lights. Seen perched on trunks of trees, where well-camouflaged. Typically July to November.