SEARCH THIS SITE

OzAnimals.com
Australian Wildlife

Australian Crickets



Mole Crickets

Mole Cricket
(Gryllotalpa brachyptera)
Mole Cricket
Gryllotalpa is a genus of insect known by the common known of Mole Cricket. They area stocky insect with cylindrical body and strong forelegs designed for digging. They do not have strong hindlegs for jumping like typical grasshoppers and crickets... Click to continue>

Sandgropers

Koch's Sandgroper
(Cylindraustralia kochii)
Koch's Sandgroper
The Sandgroper is an unusual insect, related to grasshoppers, that spends most of its life underground. Their bodies are long and cylindrical and well adapted to burrowing with short powerful flattened front legs for digging. They are wingless and... Click to continue>

True Crickets

Cricket
(Gryllidae family )
Cricket
A small cricket from the Gryllidae family. Not sure what species this is. Click to continue>
Silent Leaf-runner
(Metioche vittaticollis)
Silent Leaf-runner
The Silent Leaf-runner is a small cricket. Adult has dark brown body with lighter legs. Nymph is pale colour. They are predatory crickets Click to continue>
Black Field Cricket
(Teleogryllus commodus)
Black Field Cricket
The Black Field Cricket is jet black. During the day, it hides in vegetation or cracks in the soil and comes out at night to feed, The males sings at night making a sound by rubbing his wings together. Click to continue>


Page 1 of 1 | Total Items: 5

Page: 1