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They are brown or black and have long antennae and large hind legs, which they use for jumping. Crickets are known for their distinctive chirping sound, produced by rubbing their front wings together.

Crickets gnaw on fabric, paper, clothing, upholstery, and other household items their chirping, particularly at night, can be a major annoyance and disrupt sleep.

 Crickets harbor pathogens and bacteria, which pose a danger to both humans and pets. Crickets even cause allergic reactions.




House cricket on wool blanket





A sign of a cricket infestation is damage to fabric, paper,  clothing and upholstery.

In outdoor environments, you may notice damage to plants and flowers.




Crickets may carry Salmonella bacteria. Crickets harbor bacteria and viruses, such as E. coli and West Nile virus.


Crickets produce substantial amounts of fecal matter, which contaminate surfaces and cause respiratory problems in humans. They can also leave behind shed exoskeletons, which can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.





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