House Cricket


House CricketPhysical Characteristics

The adult House cricket is 3/4″ to 7/8″ long. They are typically light yellowish brown with 3 dark crossbands on the head.

Behavior

The House cricket’s name comes from the fact that this cricket often enters homes where they can survive indefinitely, hence the House cricket. The house cricket feeds on wool, cotton and synthetics, resulting in large areas of fabric being eaten.

The House cricket typically lives outdoors during warm weather; when cold weather is approaching, they seek refuge inside homes and sheds.

Their presence is often indicated by the male’s chirping sound which occurs either day or night and is known as a calling song used to attract females.

Treatment

Most infestations of crickets can be controlled with Clark’s Year Round Pest Control.


Field Cricket


Field CricketPhysical Characteristics

The adult Field cricket varies in size from 1/2″ to 1 1/8″ long. They are typically black but vary from brownish yellow or straw in color.watch full Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation 2015 movie online

Behavior

The Field cricket is mostly known for severely damaging and destroying field crops and vegetable crops.

Field crickets can be found outdoors in moist situations such as mulched areas, unweeded plant beds, in and around woodpiles, stones, debris, etc.

Their presence is often indicated by the male’s chirping sound which occurs either day or night and is known as a calling song used to attract females.

Treatment

Most infestations of crickets can be controlled with Clark’s Year Round Pest Control.


Camel Cricket


Camel CricketPhysical Characteristics

The adult Camel cricket is 1/2″ to 1 1/4″ long and has an arched back. They are typically light to dark brown in color.

Behavior

The Camel cricket’s name comes from their humped back, similar to a camel. The Camel cricket can be found outdoors in cool moist situations such as under mulch, stones, railroad ties, woodpiles and debris. Around the home they can be found in wells, pipes, under A/C units, concrete pads, sheds, basements, utility rooms, crawlspaces, garages and attics, often invading the home in hot and dry weather.

Indoors, the Camel cricket has been known to damage and/or destroy fabrics.

Treatment

Most infestations of crickets can be controlled with Clark’s Year Round Pest Control.