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Definition of the noun field cricket
What does field cricket mean as a name of something?
- common American black cricket; attacks crops and also enters dwellings
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A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
Gryllidae (bush cricket, field cricket, ground cricket, house cricket, shortwinged cricket, swordtailed cricket, tree cricket; order *Orthoptera, suborder *Ensifera) Large family of true crickets, most of which are winged, with the fore wings boxlike ...
by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava
Field cricket: A name for a number of crickets (Gryllidae) that live in burrows and feed on grasses and also on various agricultural crops. These are generally black with a band of yellow across the base of the elytra. The hind wings are shorter ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
African Mole-Cricket; Australian King-Cricket; Black Field-Cricket; Black- Horned Tree Cricket; Changa Mole Cricket; Citrus Leaf-Eating Cricket; Common Mole Cricket; Dark-Night Mole Cricket; Emma Field Cricket; European Mole Cricket; ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
CrPV was discovered during the course of a mass-rearing program of the Australian field cricket, T. commodus, in the late 1960s. Young crickets became paralyzed and died and the disease, which spread rapidly and killed about 95% of the ...
Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson
CrPV was discovered during the course of a massrearing program of the Australian field cricket, T. commodus, in the late 1960s. Young crickets became paralyzed and died and the disease, which spread rapidly and killed about 95% of the ...
To Inspire Ambition, to Stimulate the Imagination, to Provide the Inquiring Mind with Accurate Information Told in an Interesting Style, and Thus Lead Into Broader Fields of Knowledge, Such is the Purpose of this Work by Guy Stanton Ford
The field cricket leads a solitary life, taking shelter under trees or stones during the warm months and digging a burrow with a small chamber at the inner end during the winter. Here it spends the cold months, only appearing occasionally at the ...
by Vladimir V. Gouli, Svetlana Y. Gouli, Jose A.P. Marcelino
Initially reported from the African field cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus, and subsequently from Australian species including oceanic field cricket, Teleogryllus oceanicus, and black field crickets, T. commodus. The virus has a wide host spectrum ...
by Douglas M. Considine
The field cricket (Gryllus assimilis [Fabricius]) is distributed throughout the United States, southern Canada, and a large part of South America. The insect is particularly damaging to cotton in California and the Gulf states. This is caused by the ...
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- Field Cricket - Gryllus campestris
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- Field Cricket at Sandy Point
Field Cricket (Gryllus pennsylvanicus?) on the beach at Sandy Point State Park, Anne Arundel County, MD. These were abundant along the upper part of the beach, where the sand gives way to trees and other vegetation.
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