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Types of Crickets

Field Cricket
Field Cricket

Field crickets also eat grass. "Field cricket" is a common name for Gryllus assimilis, G. bimaculatus, G. campestris, G. firmus, G. pennsylvanicus, G. rubens, and G. texensis, along with other members of various genera including Acheta, Gryllodes, Gryllus, and Teleogryllus.

Gryllus Campestris
Gryllus Campestris

Gryllus campestris. Gryllus campestris is one of many crickets known as field crickets. These flightless dark colored insects are comparatively large; the males range from 19 to 23 mm and the females from 17 to 22 mm.

House Cricket
House Cricket

House crickets get their common name from the fact that they often enter houses where they can survive indefinitely. This cricket species was introduced from Europe and is now found throughout the United States but primarily east of the Rocky Mountains.

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Meloimorpha Japonicus
Meloimorpha Japonicus

Meloimorpha japonicus, also known as Suzumushi (鈴虫, bell cricket) and bell-ring cricket'. is a kind of cricket native to Asia.

Teleogryllus Oceanicus
Teleogryllus Oceanicus

Teleogryllus oceanicus, commonly known as the Australian, Pacific or oceanic field cricket, is a cricket found across Oceania and in coastal Australia from Carnarvon in Western Australia and Rockhampton in north-east Queensland.

Tree Cricket
Tree Cricket

Tree cricket. Tree crickets are insects of order Orthoptera. These crickets are in the subfamily Oecanthinae of the family Gryllidae.

Xenogryllus Marmoratus
Xenogryllus Marmoratus

Storozhenko & Paik. 2007. Orthoptera of Korea 114 >> Xenogryllus marmoratus marmoratus; Shishodia, K. Chandra & S.K. Gupta. 2010. Rec. Zool. Surv. India, Misc. Pub., Occas. Paper 314:187 >> Xenogryllus marmoratus; Storozhenko, T.-W. Kim & Jeon. 2015. Monograph of Korean Orthoptera 145 >> Xenogryllus marmoratus marmoratus; Olivero & Robillard. 2017. Jour. Orth.

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