What are Crickets?
Size and appearance vary according to species, but most crickets have long thin antennae and large jumping hind legs. Most crickets prefer damp moist conditions. Many are active at night, and some are attracted to lights.
What do Crickets look like?
House crickets measure 16 to 22 mm in length. They are light yellowish-brown in color and exhibit three dark bands atop their heads. Field crickets are brown or black in color and can grow to measure more than 2.5 cm in length. Ground crickets are brown and much smaller than other common cricket species.
Crickets are omnivorous, meaning that they will eat plant- and animal-based materials.
Signs of a Crickets Infestation
The most likely signs of crickets are sightings of the crickets or the songs for those species that sing. Crickets can cause problems with sleep habits as their constant chirping can be extremely annoying for a light sleeper.
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