A cricket can typically live from three to 12 months. This varies from species to species. However, the three life stages of a cricket may encompass more than one year, with most of the time spent as an unhatched egg tha... More »

The average lifespan of a cricket is two to three months. However, the lifespan of crickets varies across the the large number of different cricket species. More »

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According to the Lepidopterists' Society, the average lifespan of an adult moth varies by species. For instance, sphinx moths typically live two to three months, silkworm moths survive only about one week after emerging ... More »

The average lifespan of a cricket is two to three months. However, the lifespan of crickets varies across the the large number of different cricket species. More »

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A cricket has six legs and belongs to the scientific order 'Orthoptera.' Two pairs of legs are attached to the thorax, while the hind legs are attached to the abdomen. More »

Crickets live anywhere in the world except for Antarctica. There are 120 species in the United States. They live in the earth under logs, leaves, rocks and debris. More »

Crickets are scavengers and omnivores that eat a variety of plants, seedlings, fruits, seeds, fungi, dried organic materials and even live and dead insects. They prefer ragweed, chicory and crabgrass. More »