Physical Characteristics of Crickets in Las Vegas
- Colors range from brown to black
- All species have an antennae spanning up to the length of the abdomen
- Front wings can cover up to half the length of abdomen
- Mating calls are produced by males who rub their forewings together
- Active at night
- Dwell under rocks, wood and grass
Las Vegas Food Sources
- Omnivorous and prefer to feed on organic and decomposing materials
- Crickets will resort to cannibalizing their dead when no other food sources are present
The CricketLife Cycle
- Cricket eggs hatch in Spring after being laid in Autumn
- Lifespan ranges several weeks to under approximately 12 months
- Unable to survive at temperatures below 32 degrees
Related Cricket Information and Warnings
- Crickets can destroy crops and vegetation
- Crickets who find their way into a home might feed on fabrics such as linen, wool, cotton and silk
If crickets are becoming a source of irritation for you, contact Fischer’s Pest Control at 702-815-7894 for a Las Vegas consultation.
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