Cricket Problems? – 10 Pictures To Identify Them

by admin | Last Updated: December 2, 2020

What do Crickets look like? (10 Pictures of Crickets!)

Want to know what crickets looks like?

Well, you’re in the right place!

In this DrPest guide, we showcase 10 different close-up pictures and videos of crickets.

From wall climbing to comparisons, this guide should help you identify if you have a cricket problem or not.

If you find that you do have a cricket problem, we recommend checking out our complete guide to get rid of Crickets.

Ready to get into the pictures?

Let’s go!

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10 of the Best Pictures of Crickets On The Internet

Are you ready to dig in? Let’s have a look at what crickets look like!

1. For picture #1 we have a simple picture showing a brown cricket.

Brown cricket

2. The next picture is a Black Cricket.

Black Cricket

3. Locust is a particularly grumpy cricket. Locust bites quite rarely, but when it does, it can be a painful experience. Their bite may cause symptoms like itching and red swollen hands. These are found in the fields and crops and cause real threat to your farms.

Locust Cricket

4. Here you can see a closeup of a a cricket on a twig.

Cricket on a log

5. The next image is a really high resolution photo cricket on a blade of grass. Crickets are one group of singing insects that make sounds by rubbing their wings together. Only male crickets sing.

Crickets on grass

6. The next image is the lifecycle of a cricket. Showing from 1-3 days when they are the size of a pin head to 6 weeks old when they are longer than an 1″.

Lifecycle of a cricket

7. Here we have a nice shot of a cricket on a stick.

Cricket on stick

8. Here’s a picture of cricket eggs.

9. Another picture of a cricket egg up close.

10. This is an image showing all the different angles of a cricket.

Crickets all angles.

Closing Thoughts

That’s it folks. 10 pictures, images, and videos of crickets. At this point, you should have a good idea of what a cricket looks like and how to spot them.

If after going through these images and you think you might have an infestation, we highly getting started with removing them! Crickets are a noisy nuisance !