a large, nocturnal, wingless, long-horned grasshopper, Stenopelmatus fuscus, occuring chiefly in loose soil and sand along the Pacific coast of the U.S.
Jerusalem crickets are a group of large, flightless insects of the genus
Stenopelmatus. They are native to the western United States and parts of Mexico.
Its large ...
Many people are startled when they see a Jerusalem cricket for the first time. It is
a large insect. It is common for a Jerusalem cricket to be up to 50 mm long.
Jerusalem Cricket - The Jerusalem cricket is a North American camel cricket that
leaves an impression on observers as well as a depression in the soil.
Eerie-looking animals are unnerving to most people, especially when they
happen to be big insects -- yikes. Found in western North America, Jerusalem
Dec 19, 2005 ... Factsheet with a number of photographs of different species.
Feb 16, 2004 ... My little bug - Stenopelmatus Bug Head - Stenopelmatus Jerusalem Cricket -
Stenopelmatus unknown insect - Stenopelmatus Coastal ...
The Jerusalem Cricket. Stenopelmatus fuscus (Haldeman). Dr. Wayne S.
Johnson, State Specialist, Nevada Cooperative Extension. Jeff Knight,
Aug 12, 2009 ... Similar to true crickets, each species of Jerusalem cricket produces a different
song during mating, but this "song" takes the form of a ...