Indian House Cricket (Gryllodes supplicans)

Indian House Cricket (Gryllodes supplicans) also known as Tropical House Cricket or Decorated Field Cricket is a species of cricket in the family Gryllidae (True Crickets), subfamily Gryllinae (Field Crickets). Adult crickets are about 18-22 mm long, having pale color with dark markings on the thorax and abdomen. The young look similar to adults, but don't have wings. This species lives inside homes and is considered a nuisance pest. It feeds on leftover food, plants debris, small insects and insect remains. It also feeds on fabrics and papers.

Indian House Cricket Immature Female
Indian House Cricket Female
Indian House Cricket  Immature Male
Indian House Cricket Male

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