Field cricket

Field cricket

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Caption: Field cricket (Gryllus pennsylvanicus) on a leaf. The field cricket has two cerci (brown spikes) at the end of the abdomen). The female field cricket also has an ovipositor (inbetween the cerci) which is a long, needle-like tube, used to deposit fertilised eggs into damp soil. The female can lay up to 50 eggs at a time through her ovipositor and will lay over 400 eggs in her lifetime.

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