Spider Crickets?

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Spider Crickets are crickets that have long legs, giving them a spider-like appearance. They do not have wings as adults, like other crickets. They like to live in areas that are overgrown with grass. 
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There are many pests in a lawn or garden whose appearance makes them look like they might be a real problem. The spider cricket is one such creature. Also called the camelback cricket
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They both are insects.
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Camel crickets get their name because of their slightly humpbacked appearance. Their long
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Possibly a cave cricket. (camel cricket, spider cricket) A harmless sort but they can be a nuisance in numbers. (I used to play with them, and called them sprickets. http://en.wikipedia.org
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There are many pests in a lawn or garden whose appearance makes them look like they might be a real problem. The spider cricket is one such creature. Also called the camelback cricket, spricket, cave cricket or camel cricket, their long antennae and long... More »
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