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Camel crickets live in cool and damp environments like rotten logs, drains and basements.While harmless, Camel crickets have limited vision and will often jump at a person if they feel threatened.These pests can survive for years with a limited food source.
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Camel Cricket

(Family: Rhaphidophoridae)

Identification

Habits

Large hump-backed crickets with long antennae and very long legs. These insects are wingless (and thus unable to chirp) and up to 25mm in length. Thanks to their elongated back legs, these crickets can jump several feet, which can be startling. These crickets are either a light tan or dark brown in color. Camel Crickets get their name due to their hump-backed appearance. They are widespread in the United States and throughout the rest of the world.

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