Showing 14 types of CRICKETS, GRASSHOPPERS, MANTIDS, WALKING STICKS
Native to North America.
Many species are native to North America.
Native to China, but introduced to the United States in 1896 either as a bio-control predator for control of certain insect pests or accidentally in imported nursery stock. It now is found throughout the northeastern U.S. and as far south as Georgia. In addition, due to its sale to homeowners as a biological control it will even be found in many western states.
These crickets are native to North America, and well as throughout Central America and into South America.
Apparently native to Europe, but introduced to North America in the 18th Century.
Several species of these native insects occur in North America, and in recent years the group was more carefully studied to reveal the number of species. These are most common in the western U.S.
Many native species occur throughout North America.
Native to western North America.
Appears to be native to North and South America
Native to the northeastern United States.
Grasshoppers are common natives of North America and most other continents, and these are the most common grasshoppers seen in meadows, fields, or along roadsides throughout the warm months.
A native insect that is found throughout North America, it may be the most common of many different species of tree crickets.
Native to Puerto Rico and the West Indies, but now found commonly in the southeastern United States.
Native to the western United States.