field cricket

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Synonyms for field cricket

common American black cricket

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Gorochov AV (2011) New species and subspecies of the cricket genus Gymnogryllus Saussure (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Gryllinae) from South-East Asia and New Guinea.
Ingrisch S (1998a) The genera Velarifictorus, Modicogryllus and Mitius in Thailand (Ensifera: Gryllidae: Gryllinae).
Evans AR (1988) Mating systems and reproductive strategies in three Australian gryllid crickets: Bobilla victoriae Otte, Balamara gidya Otte and Teleogryllus commodus Walker (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Nemobiinae; Trigonidiinae; Gryllinae).
Male field crickets (Gryllidae: Gryllinae) produce both a long-range calling song used to attract females from a distance, and a short-range courtship song produced just prior to copulation (Alexander 1961 ).
Wing-length dimorphism is found in numerous species of crickets, especially among Nemobiinae and Gryllinae. However, in these groups differences in wing length are generally expressed as a function of the hind wing only, and tegminal length is essentially the same for both long-winged and short-winged forms (Masaki & Schimizu 1995).