field cricket

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Synonyms for field cricket

common American black cricket

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DiRienzo indicated that, if rearing conditions do have an effect on both growth and behaviour, this could have widespread consequences for our understanding of field cricket ecology.
Parasitoid flies and field crickets were brought to our laboratory at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Convergent song preference between female field crickets and acoustically orienting female flies.
Aggressiveness, territoriality and sexual behaviour in field crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae).
milvina (Hlivko & Rypstra 2003) and the field cricket, Gryllus integer (Scudder 1901) reduces activity and avoids substrates containing chemical cues associated with the funnel-web spider Hololena nedra (Chamberlin & Ivie 1942) if H.
In the evening and nighttime, males call from cracks in the soil as is common with field crickets in the genus Gryllus.
Obvious overt male-male aggression typical of field crickets (Alexander 1961; Hack 1997; Tachon et al.
Reduced reproductive effort in male field crickets infested with parasitoid fly larvae.
Parasitized male field crickets exhibit reduced trilling bout rates and durations.
Aggressiveness, territoriality and sexual behavior in field crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae).
Convergent song preferences between female field crickets and acoustically oriented parasitoid flies.
Calling songs of field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus) with and without phonotactic parasitoid infection.
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.