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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cricket_(insect)

Crickets of the family Gryllidae, are insects related to bush crickets, and, more distantly, to grasshoppers. The Gryllidae have mainly cylindrical bodies, round ...

www.britannica.com/animal/cricket-insect

Jan 27, 2017 ... Cricket (family Gryllidae), any of approximately 2,400 species of leaping insects ( order Orthoptera) that are worldwide in distribution and known ...

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While many people love to hear crickets at night, they can also become pests in homes and among agricultural crops. Although omnivorous, crickets are more ...

www.insectidentification.org/insect-description.asp?identification=House-Cricket

Staff Writer (1/21/2014): House Crickets can appear very similar to their related cousins - the Grasshopper - but can be separated by the fact that common ...

www.joyofanimals.com/interesting-cricket-facts

Welcome to the wonderful world of crickets! Here you'll find frequently-asked- questions (FAQs) about crickets, one of the most common insects, plus some ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Cricket_(insect)

Apr 2, 2008 ... In zoology, cricket is the common name for any of the grasshopper-like insects in the family Gryllidae of the orthopteran suborder Ensifera ...

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Cricket: Insect field guide to the most commonly found insects and non-insects in North America.

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Apr 27, 2016 ... Cricket (insect) wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . , . . . . Crickets, family gryllidae ( also known as 'true crickets'), are insects somewhat related to ...

www.everythingabout.net/articles/biology/animals/arthropods/insects/cricket

Cricket (insect), common name for insects of a family characterized by the chirping courtship call of the male and by the needlelike or cylindrical ovipositor ...

www.amentsoc.org/insects/fact-files/orders/orthoptera.html

This is represented in Britain by the Common Mole Cricket (Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa) which despite its name is very rare here! It is a large insect (35mm or longer) ...