Cricket Resources

How To Identify Crickets

Crickets are small insects typically measuring between 0.2 to 2 inches (0.5 to 5 centimeters) in length, although size can vary among species. They have an elongated, cylindrical body covered in a tough exoskeleton that can range in color from brown to black, often with various patterns and markings. Crickets possess long, slender antennae that can be as long as or even longer than their bodies, helping them navigate their surroundings and detect sensory cues. Their most distinctive feature is their powerful hind legs, which are adapted for jumping and leaping, allowing them to make rapid escapes from predators or cover relatively large distances in search of food or mates. Crickets also have two pairs of wings, with the front pair being leathery and used as a protective shield, while the rear pair is thinner and employed in producing their characteristic chirping sounds.

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Cricket Research

The Orkin Resource Center provides articles and information
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