field cricket

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Synonyms for field cricket

common American black cricket

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For the study, the scientists captured juvenile field crickets that had not yet developed a tympanum, the equivalent to an ear, which grows on the cricket's front legs.
Effects of a tachinid parasitoid, Ormia ochracea, on the behaviour and reproduction of its male and female field cricket hosts (Gryllus spp.
Detection of the spider predator, Hololena nedra by naive juvenile field crickets (Gryllus integer) using indirect cues.
Quantitative genetics of sexual selection in the field cricket, Gryllus integer.
Effects of a tachinid parasitoid, Ormia ochracea, on the behavior and reproduction of its male and female field cricket hosts (Gryllus spp.
Aggressiveness, territoriality and sexual behaviour in field crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae).
A team of Australian scientists, led by John Hunt from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, fed field crickets either a protein-rich or protein-poor diet.
According to biologists the animal kingdom is full of examples of females who mate with as many males as possible over a short period of time, including female prairie dogs, sand lizards and field crickets.
Luke Verburgt of the University of Pretoria, South Africa and colleagues recorded the mating songs of the 25 male field crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus), when they were young (10 to 12 days old) and older (48 to 50 days old).
Aggressiveness, territoriality and sexual behavior in field crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae).
Convergent song preferences between female field crickets and acoustically oriented parasitoid flies.
Male field crickets that take big risks for love seem to make up for their folly by hiding a lot.
In order to reach the conclusion, researchers bred field crickets in the laboratory.
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): Female field crickets tend to remember attractive males on the basis of their songs, and then choose their mates accordingly, a new study has found.
In nature, male field crickets fight one another over territories and access to potential mates by using their pointed and pincer-like mouthparts as weapons.