field cricket definition

  • noun:
    • a big European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable for the loud records.
    • An English title of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, the most loud of all crickets, larger but rarer versus house-cricket.
    • typical American black cricket; attacks plants and also enters dwellings
    • a large European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable for its noisy records.
    • An English title of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, very loud of the many crickets, bigger but rarer compared to house-cricket.
    • common American black cricket; attacks plants also comes into dwellings
    • a large European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable for its noisy notes.
    • a large European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable for its noisy notes.
    • An English title of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, one of the most noisy of all the crickets, larger but rarer compared to house-cricket.
    • An English name of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, perhaps one of the most loud of all of the crickets, bigger but rarer compared to the house-cricket.
    • a large European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable because of its noisy notes.
    • a sizable European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable because of its noisy notes.
    • common American black cricket; assaults crops and enters dwellings
    • typical US black colored cricket; assaults crops and in addition goes into dwellings
    • An English name of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, one of the most loud of all the crickets, larger but rarer compared to house-cricket.
    • An English title of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, the most loud of the many crickets, bigger but rarer as compared to house-cricket.
    • common US black colored cricket; attacks crops and in addition goes into dwellings
    • typical American black cricket; attacks crops and also enters dwellings
    • a sizable European cricket (Gryllus campestric), remarkable for the noisy records.
    • An English name of Acheta (or Gryllus) campestris, probably the most noisy of all the crickets, bigger but rarer as compared to house-cricket.
    • common US black cricket; assaults crops and comes into dwellings

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