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House Crickets

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Adult house crickets are 3/4-1 inch long, light yellowish-brown with 3 dark bands on the head. They will eat almost anything, often causing damage to woolens and silk. Crickets are nocturnal, hiding during the daytime but becoming active and vocal during the night. The "song" or chirping sound of the house cricket is welcome anywhere except in structures. Crickets can be found in basements, crawlspaces, kitchens, fireplaces, behind appliances, behind baseboards and other cracks, crevices and wall voids.


Field Crickets

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This cricket is slightly longer than the House Cricket and is dark brown to gray or black. They prefer to live outside, feeding on plants, but will come inside if food sources dry up or there or unfavorable extremes in temperatures.


Camel Crickets

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This cricket is also known as a hump-back cricket due to it's hump-back appearance. They are light to dark brown, about 1/2 -1 1/2 inch long.  Their diet is almost anything but will feed on clothes.  Most often are found in crawl spaces and basements, but also like any cool and damp area like under logs or stones.  Treat as you would the House Cricket, but pay particular attention to crawl spaces and basements.

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