Fall Field Crickets are found in a wide variety of habitats. They are commonly found around buildings, where they hide in cracks and crevices or under rocks. They are not tolerant to frost and cold so as winter approaches they are attracted to the heat in homes and other buildings and often make their way inside.
Fall Field Crickets overwinter in the egg stage, hatch in spring, and adults are most commonly seen late summer and fall in most regions.
- iNaturalist Species Account
- Singing Insects of North America
- Bug Guide Species Account
- Songs of Insects
Orthoptera of Vermont – Locations Collected by Ross T. Bell