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Orthoptera / Gryllotalpidae
Mole Crickets usually occur from mid to late spring and until the end of summer. They prefer living in moist soil.
Mole Crickets burrows and tunnels can create an uneven lawn surface and result in dying or dead patches in the lawn as the crickets damage and eat the lawn’s root system. You may also hear the mole crickets make a chirping or trilling sound, often at dusk.
Mole crickets usually occur from mid to late spring until the end of summer. They prefer living in moist soil.