Characteristics, Scientific Name, Classification, Taxonomy, Territorial Claims, and pictures of the Camel-Cricket (North America)
Summary The orthopteran family Rhaphidophoridae includes the camel crickets, camelback crickets, cave crickets, spider_cricketspider crickets (sometimes shortened to “sprickets”) and sand treaders.
Greenhouse Camel Cricket (Diestrammena asynamora)
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Probably a Greenhouse Camel Cricket (Diestrammena asynamora), found in Highland Park's environmental center.
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Rhaphidophoridae A cricket of uncertain species Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: ...
What Are Camel Crickets? The camel ... The camel cricket, which is also referred to as a cave cricket and spider cricket or spricket is a small insect belonging to Rhaphidophoridae
Camel crickets (“sprickets”) feed on fungi that grow on damp basement walls.