Long Chirp Field Cricket - Gryllus multipulsator | SocalFauna.net

Tentative ID. Madrona Marsh
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Long Chirp Field Cricket (Gryllus multipulsator)

Arthropoda > Insecta > Orthoptera > Gryllidae

Found from Baja to Southern California east to Arizona. Prior to 2009, the Southern California population was thought to be a related species, the Jamacian Field Cricket (Gryllus assimilis).

1. Singing Insects of North America

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