• Mole Crickets

    Mole Crickets Description: Mole crickets have front legs enlarged, shovel-like, and modified for digging. Adults are cylindrical, nearly 1-1/2 inches long and dull brown. The shield-like segment just behind the head (pronotum) is marked with two pairs of pale spots. There are two finger-like projections (dactyls) on the terminal segment of the front leg (tibiae) separated by a u-shaped gap, and the hind tibiae is longer than the pronotum. Adults have well-developed wings ...

    Posted at February 13, 2013 | By : | Categories : Insects | Comments Off on Mole Crickets
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