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field cricket

Syllabification: field crick·et

Definition of field cricket in English:

noun

A cricket that lives in a burrow in grassland and has a musical birdlike chirp.
Example sentences
  • For example, the sand field cricket and the southeastern field cricket look nearly identical and inhabit the same geographical areas.
  • Although cave crickets might look similar to the field cricket, they are from a different family.
  • But we did capture and identify countless leafhoppers, field crickets, earwigs and cabbage butterflies.

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