Credit: SCOTT CAMAZINE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Male field cricket (Gryllus sp.) chirping. The male field cricket calls to attract a mate, and his song reveals details about his age and health. The male produces his call by stridulation, the rapid rubbing of a hard forewing against a serrated part of the opposite forewing. Males typically call in summer, mate and then die in winter, with the eggs hatching the following spring. Filmed in the USA.

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Chirping field cricket

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Duration: 00:00:08.19

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Frame rate: 23.98

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