Field cricket

England 2008Hungary 1954British Jersey 2004
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Upper Volta 1981Hungary 1954Senegal 1997Montserrat 1992
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus campestris
(Gryllidae)
Ascension Islands 1988Malta 2005Nevis 2013
Field Cricket
Gryllus bimaculatus
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus bimaculatus
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Gryllus bryanti
(Gryllidae)
Naigeria 1986Suriname 1993Nevis 1989Norfolk Island 1989
Cricket
Acheta domestica
(Gryllidae)
Cricket
indet.
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
sp. indet.
(Gryllidae)
Field Cricket
Insulascirtus nythos
(Gryllidae)


Thailand 1900 TIN-ZINC
Cricket
???
(Gryllidae?)

Black Field Cricket
Teleogryllus commodus
(Gryllidae)
(ORTHOPTERA)


Tone Canal 2011.6Tone Canal 2011.10
Band-Legged Ground Cricket
Dianemobius nigrofasciatus
(Gryllidae)
Emma Field Cricket
Teleogryllus emma
(Gryllidae)

The friend of field cricket or katydid has been kept in Japan for many years, in order to enjoy a beautiful cry. There was a hobby which can let the bell cricket already cultivated personally sing, and is enjoyed in the Edo period. Moreover, although it no longer saw recently, there was also trade called an itinerant trade of the insect which cries.
How depending on which these insects cry has some which adjust each other and pronounce hind legs and a shuttlecock among the same grasshopper of an orthoptera, although the pronunciation machine in a front shuttlecock is adjusted each other and it is said that sound is made.

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