yes as crickets are herbivores (i.e plant eating) so they eat plants
mmm, no, I heard they eat plants in the night
plants, remains of insects,
Bush crickets feed on both plants and meat. They will eat fungi, seedling plants, dying plants, bread, dog and cat food, and fresh water.
Crickets don't eat any animals,they only eat leaves , fruit or anything that they can eat.
flys grasshoppers crickets
They don't eat plants. They eat chopped up earthworms and crickets smaller than their head.
yes, because they eat crickets, fruits, veggies, and more.
Frogs do not eat plants. They are carnivorous, and eat moths, flies, crickets, and sometimes, other frogs.
Crickets are not secondary consumers, because they eat only plants. This makes them primary consumers. The birds and reptiles that eat the crickets are secondary consumers.
No. Grasshoppers eat plants and leaves from plants.
NO! Beatles can cause obstructions and even death
Frog dont eat plants they eat cricket moths flies ect.