Types of Baby Crickets Camel Crickets: These crickets are very distinctive since they have an arched appearance that makes them resemble the... Field Crickets: These crickets vary in color, but most are either black or brownish. They have very long antennae that... House Crickets: House crickets are ...
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Outside, house crickets feed on plants and dead or live insects, including other crickets. Indoors, they can feast on fabric, including clothing and carpet. Wool, cotton, silk and synthetic fabrics as well as clothes soiled with perspiration are especially attractive to house crickets.
The Dark Jerusalem Cricket has earned itself several playful nicknames including "Potato Bug" (not to be confused with the Potato Beetle which is also called that name), "Earth Baby", and "Nino de la Tierra" (meaning "Child of the Earth"). Mating season occurs in the spring. Females will dig a shallow hole in loose soil and lay her eggs.
The cricket flour is being used in protein bars, pet foods, livestock feed, nutraceuticals, and other industrial uses. The United Nations says the use of insect protein, such as cricket flour, could be critical in feeding the growing population of the planet while being less damaging to the environment.
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Crickets are available in sizes ranging from 1 week old (3/16 of an inch) to 6 weeks old (1 inch) and in box counts starting at 100. Looking for alternative feeder insects? We also offer 250ct 4-week-old crickets and 250ct medium mealworms mixed box. This is a great way to help diversify your reptiles live insect diet.
The name “potato bug” or “Jerusalem cricket” can be a bit confusing. These insects don’t gorge on potatoes, nor are they from Jerusalem. Other names for Jerusalem crickets are “child of the earth” (Spanish, niño de la tierra), skunk bugs, skull insects, earth baby, or shiny bug.
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