Spring Field Crickets are found in the same areas as Fall Field Crickets. They enjoy a wide variety of habitats and are common around buildings, where they hide in cracks and crevices.
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.
- iNaturalist Species Account
- Singing Insects of North America
- Bug Guide Species Account
- Songs of Insects
Orthoptera of Vermont – Locations Collected by Ross T. Bell