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Camel cricket

Rhaphidophoridae

Notes:

From the rhaphidophoridae family known as camel crickets. Exact species unknown. I found this one deep in the parking garage of national geographic.

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5 Comments

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 7 years ago

I think this family includes cave crickets as well, but there's probably not much difference.

Apple
Apple 7 years ago

Here in Michigan we've always called them cave crickets. I've seen an infestation of these in an office building once. They liked the bathrooms best.

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 7 years ago

You're welcome!

soconnor
soconnor 7 years ago

Thanks so much! Now that I've had a chance to familiarize myself with camel crickets at your suggestion, it definitely appears to be from this family!

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 7 years ago

Some kind of camel cricket.

soconnor
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Washington, USA

Spotted on Jun 14, 2013
Submitted on Jun 15, 2013

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