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House Cricket (Acheta domesticus)

Arthropoda > Insecta > Orthoptera > Gryllidae

Eastern United States with a disjunct population in coastal Southern California. Note the long, pointed wings, and with three black transverse bands on the head (between the eyes, antennae, and back of the head). Very rare long-winged forms of the Tropical House Cricket may be similar, but with less space between the antennae.

1. Singing Insects of North America

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