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WHAT IS THE CRICKET?


Crickets usually are black and adults vary in length from 0.5 to 1.25 inches. The brownish-colored rear wings project back beyond the front wings like pointed coat tails. Adult females have long swordlike ovipositors at the tip of their abdomens. Adult male crickets rub their wings to make a chirping sound to attract females.



Field crickets feed on plants and decaying plant material and can damage various field crops. They also consume dead or dying insects, including their own species. Occasionally they enter homes in the fall when nighttime temperatures cool down, though they seldom reproduce there. Crickets also are attracted to lights at night, which may draw them to buildings.














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In homes, they may damage textiles such as cotton, linen, wool, silk, or even furs. Clothing or material soiled by perspiration or food is more likely to attract crickets. Crickets are most active at night and prefer to live in dark, close quarters. To keep crickets out of the house, check for and repair poorly fitted doors, windows and vents, and caulk cracks and crevices in and around the foundation.

 

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