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Pest Library: Crickets

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House crickets are about 7/8 of an inch in length and range in color from yellow-brown to almost black. House crickets can live inside homes or other structures during their complete life cycle, laying their eggs in cracks, crevices and other dark areas. A female cricket can lay as many as 728 eggs. The nymphs look much like the adult, but do not have wings. They molt seven or eight times and reach maturity in about 60 days

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