Spring Field Cricket (Gryllus veletis)

Spring Field Cricket (Gryllus veletis) © Ryan Grow (iNaturalist)

The distribution map of the Spring Field Cricket shows it inhabits much of the United States other than the Gulf of Mexico coastal states and coastal CA and OR.

The habitat of Spring Field Crickets includes areas with increased vegetation, around water courses, sandy surfaces, and loam surfaces (Singing Insects of NA)

Conservation Status

Global: G5


Because they overwinter as nymphs Spring Field Crickets hatch in early spring and mature enough to mate and begin their singing by late spring. They continue singing and mating until late June or early July, when they finish laying their eggs and die off. (Songs of Insects).

More Information

Vermont Distribution

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