it does not have one.... accordeing to someone else but can not find research for myself on google fustrated hope this works..;)
No, only male crickets chirp to attract mates. They don't even actually chirp, they rub there wings together.
Crickets are a first order consumer. This means that they consume the organisms at the lowest trophic level which is the producers.
The problem will probably solve itself because the lizard will eat them. You should prevent small crickets to leave the cage by closing small openings in the cage, to prevent the crickets infesting your kitchen.
Only males sing and only females have an ovipositor.
Crickets live in warm, damp places
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When the male cricket chirps, the female then selects which song she likes most and which male cricket he likes. The female can also tell how large the male is through the sound produced. When the female have selected, it will then go over the male and the male starts to transfer the sperms(not sure of the term) to the female.
yes it is
Crickets are usually able to jump very well and make loud chirping sounds. They have auditory organs on their legs, and many types are nocturnal.
yes. I've kept my locust with my crickets far a feww months and tey seem fine. if the locusts get to about 5cm or more, you may need to take them out.
Grasshoppers do eat grass! It's mainly what they eat along with grass and _______ i forget what else!! :) Are you trying to keep one? Cause i can teach you how to keep one and not let it die! If you want?! But back to question.... They do eat grass thanks for asking! :)
Because they can. Why does it matter to you?(:
Because crickets skeleton is on the outside, it has to make a new one to grow. So it leaves the old one, grows some, then a new one hardens around them. All invertebrate do this!
yes i have a very small baby toad ( wild ) and she/he loves them!!
it's like a cross between a frog's gribbit and a chick's chirp
No, a dead cricket is a dead cricket.
Yes, some crickets can fly, but those that can do so only very rarely.Additional InformationThe wings of male crickets function more in sound production than flight. Although the close relatives of crickets--grasshoppers and katydids--often fly as adults, it is unusual for adult crickets, even the winged species, to fly. They can and will fly on occasion, but it's rare and only for short distances of a few feet. They get around mostly by crawling or jumping.
The field cricket cannot fly. I studied crickets for years and the wings on males are used for attracting females and the wings on females have no purpose. Tree crickets, however, can fly.