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Why Are There Camel Crickets In My San Antonio Home?

Why Are There Camel Crickets In My San Antonio Home?

The camel cricket, the insect with a jump that arches like a camel’s hump, is known by a number of other names. Whether you call it a cave cricket, camelback cricket, spider cricket, or sand treader, here’s the lowdown on the camel cricket. The camel cricket is a...
Five Helpful Tips To Keep Camel Crickets Out Of Your Houston Home

Five Helpful Tips To Keep Camel Crickets Out Of Your Houston Home

Do you know that camel crickets are incapable of chirping? This means no loud chirping at 2 in the morning, yay! Don’t worry though, what camel crickets lack in annoying high-pitched sounds they well make up for with the other problems they cause around homes. If you...
The Trick To Keeping Crickets Out Of Your San Antonio Home

The Trick To Keeping Crickets Out Of Your San Antonio Home

They may be an iconic part of the average San Antonio backyard, but that doesn’t mean these chirping charlatans have any place inside your home! Crickets are likely the least dangerous pest to find hopping about the house. They are incapable of causing physical damage...
Why Are There Camel Crickets In My Houston Basement?

Why Are There Camel Crickets In My Houston Basement?

But first… What is a camel cricket? Those two words do not seem like they belong in the same animal name. Like all crickets, camel crickets have six legs and long, well-developed hind legs for jumping. Like camels, camel crickets are light to dark brown and...
Houston’s Handy Guide To House Cricket Control

Houston’s Handy Guide To House Cricket Control

People have a lot of misconceptions about pests and some can cause them to underestimate just how big of a problem they can cause. Crickets are like this since most people think that all they do is make that iconic chirping noise in the night. But there’s more to a...
What Are These Creepy Looking Crickets In My Houston Basement?

What Are These Creepy Looking Crickets In My Houston Basement?

What’s in a name? When it comes to insect names, a lot actually. Spider crickets are a great example of this. These crickets actually look a bit like spiders, especially when you see them clinging to your dimly lit basement walls. This is because they have leg...
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