Use these links to jump to a family or subfamily in the checklist
Eneopterinae Mogoplistinae - scaly crickets Pentacentrinae - anomalous crickets
Gryllinae - field crickets Myrmecophilinae - ant crickets Podoscirtinae
Gryllotalpidae - mole crickets Nemobiinae - ground crickets Trigonidiinae - sword-tail crickets/trigs
Hapithinae - bush crickets Oecanthinae - tree crickets

Checklist of Crickets North of Mexico

*In this checklist, an asterisk after the common name
of a species indicates that the Florida State Collection
of Arthropods
(FSCA) has one or more specimens of
the species. Of the 132 species in the SINA checklist,
FSCA lacks 14. Of the North American species missing
from SINA, the most-wanted ones are Gryllotalpa
cultriger
(known from only three US specimens, all
collected prior to 1900) and Trigonidomimus belfragei,
known from only four specimens.

Few species of crickets and katydids have vernacular
names. The ďcommonĒ names listed for each species
below are intended for use when the scientific name
for the species is inappropriate or insufficient.


Family Gryllotalpidae - mole crickets
Gryllotalpa - seven-spurred mole crickets*
Gryllotalpa cultriger - western mole cricket
Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa - European mole cricket*
Gryllotalpa major - prairie mole cricket*
Neocurtilla hexadactyla - northern mole cricket*
Neoscapteriscus - two-clawed mole crickets*
Neoscapteriscus abbreviatus - short-winged mole cricket*
Neoscapteriscus borellii - southern mole cricket*
Neoscapteriscus vicinus - tawny mole cricket*

Family Gryllidae (most other crickets)
Subfamily Gryllinae - field crickets
Acheta domesticus - house cricket*
Anurogryllus - short-tailed crickets*
Anurogryllus arboreus - common short-tailed cricket*
Anurogryllus celerinictus - Indies short-tailed cricket*
Gryllita arizonae - Arizona cricket
Gryllodes sigillatus - tropical house cricket*
Gryllus - field crickets*
Gryllus alogus - damp-loving field cricket
Gryllus armatus - armed field cricket*
Gryllus assimilis - Jamaican field cricket*
Gryllus brevicaudus - short-tailed field cricket
Gryllus cayensis - Keys wood cricket*
Gryllus firmus - sand field cricket*
Gryllus fultoni - southern wood cricket*
Gryllus integer - western stutter-trilling cricket
Gryllus lineaticeps - variable field cricket
Gryllus multipulsator - long-chirp field cricket*
Gryllus ovisopis - taciturn wood cricket*
Gryllus pennsylvanicus - fall field cricket*
Gryllus personatus - badlands cricket
Gryllus rubens - southeastern field cricket*
Gryllus texensis - Texas field cricket*
Gryllus veletis - spring field cricket*
Gryllus vernalis - northern wood cricket*
Gryllus vocalis - vocal field cricket
Miogryllus - lesser field crickets*
Miogryllus lineatus - western striped cricket*
Miogryllus verticalis - eastern striped cricket*
Velarifictorus micado - Japanese burrowing cricket*

Subfamily Eneopterinae - bush crickets
Antillicharis oriobates - Indies bush cricket*
Xenogryllus unipartitus - lychee bush cricket
*

Subfamily Hapithinae- bush crickets
Hapithus - flightless bush crickets*
Hapithus agitator - restless bush cricket*
Hapithus brevipennis - short-winged bush cricket*
Hapithus melodius - musical bush cricket*
Orocharis - loud-singing bush crickets*
Orocharis diplastes - Keys bush cricket*
Orocharis luteolira - false jumping bush cricket*
Orocharis nigrifrons - black-faced bush cricket*
Orocharis saltator - jumping bush cricket*
Orocharis tricornis - three-horned bush cricket*

Subfamily Mogoplistinae- scaly crickets
Cycloptiloides americanus - Saussureís scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum- common scaly crickets*

Cycloptilum ainiktos - obscure scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum albocircum- banded scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum bidens- two-toothed scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum comprehendens - syncopated scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum distinctum - distinctive scaly cricket

Cycloptilum exsanguis- pale scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum irregularis- Keys scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum kelainopum- black-faced scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum pigrum - reluctant scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum quatrainum - four-pair scaly cricket*
Cycloptilum slossoni- Slossonís scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum spectabile- spectacular scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum squamosum- Scudderís scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum tardum -slow scaly cricket

Cycloptilum trigonipalpum- forest scaly cricket*

Cycloptilum velox - swift scaly cricket

Cycloptilum zebra- zebra scaly cricket*

Hoplosphyrum boreale- long-winged scaly cricket*

Oligacanthopus prograptus-silent scaly cricket*

Subfamily Myrmecophilinae - ant crickets
Myrmecophilus manni - Mannís ant cricket*
Myrmecophilus nebrascensis - Nebraska ant cricket
Myrmecophilus oregonensis - Oregon ant cricket*
Myrmecophilus pergandei - eastern ant cricket
*

Subfamily Nemobiinae - ground crickets
Allonemobius - robust ground crickets*
Allonemobius allardi - Allardís ground cricket*
Allonemobius fasciatus - striped ground cricket*
Allonemobius fultoni - Fultonís ground cricket*
Allonemobius funeralis - dusky ground cricket*
Allonemobius griseus - gray ground cricket*
Allonemobius maculatus - spotted ground cricket*
Allonemobius shalontaki - Choctaw ground cricket*
Allonemobius socius - southern ground cricket*
Allonemobius sparsalus - salt-marsh ground cricket*
Allonemobius tinnulus - tinkling ground cricket*
Allonemobius walkeri - Walkerís ground cricket*
Eunemobius - even-spurred ground crickets*
Eunemobius carolinus - Carolina ground cricket*
Eunemobius confusus - confused ground cricket*
Eunemobius melodius - melodious ground cricket*
Hygronemobius alleni - mangrove ground cricket*
Neonemobius - small ground crickets*
Neonemobius cubensis - Cuban ground cricket*
Neonemobius eurynotus - California ground cricket
Neonemobius mormonius - Mormon ground cricket*
Neonemobius palustris - sphagnum ground cricket*
Neonemobius variegatus - variegated ground cricket*
Pictonemobius - bar-faced ground crickets*
Pictonemobius ambitiosus - ambitious ground cricket*
Pictonemobius arenicola - sandhills ground cricket*
Pictonemobius hubbelli - Hubbellís ground cricket*
Pictonemobius uliginosus - flatwoods ground cricket*

Subfamily Oecanthinae - tree crickets
Neoxabea - smooth-legged tree crickets*
Neoxabea bipunctata - two-spotted tree cricket*
Neoxabea formosa - Brownsville tree cricket*
Oecanthus - common tree crickets*
Oecanthus alexanderi - Alexander's tree cricket*
Oecanthus argentinus - prairie tree cricket*
Oecanthus californicus - western tree cricket*
Oecanthus celerinictus - fast-calling tree cricket*
Oecanthus exclamationis - Davisís tree cricket*
Oecanthus forbesi - Forbesís tree cricket*
Oecanthus fultoni - snowy tree cricket*
Oecanthus laricis - tamarack tree cricket*
Oecanthus latipennis - broad-winged tree cricket*
Oecanthus leptogrammus - thin-lined tree cricket*
Oecanthus nigricornis - black-horned tree cricket*
Oecanthus niveus - narrow-winged tree cricket*
Oecanthus pini - pine tree cricket*
Oecanthus quadripunctatus - four-spotted tree cricket*
Oecanthus rileyi - Rileyís tree cricket*
Oecanthus texensis - Texas tree cricket*
Oecanthus varicornis - different-horned tree cricket*
Oecanthus walkeri - Walker's tree cricket*

Subfamily Pentacentrinae - anomalous crickets
Trigonidomimus belfragei - Belfrageís cricket

Subfamily Podoscirtinae - bush crickets
Tafalisca eleuthera - robust bush cricket*

Subfamily Trigonidiinae - sword-tail crickets/trigs
Anaxipha - brown sword-tail crickets*

Anaxipha calusa - Calusa trig*
Anaxipha delicatula - chirping trig*
Anaxipha exigua - Say’s trig*

Anaxipha fultoni - Fulton's trig*
Anaxipha imitator - Cuban trig*
Anaxipha litarena - beach trig*
Anaxipha rosamacula - pink-spotted trig*
Anaxipha scia - mangrove trig*
Anaxipha thomasi - Thomasís trig*
Anaxipha tinnula - tidewater trig*

Anaxipha tinnulacita - fast-tinkling trig*
Anaxipha tinnulenta - slow-tinkling trig*

Anaxipha vernalis - spring trig*

Cyrtoxipha - green sword-tail crickets*

Cyrtoxipha columbiana - Columbian trig*

Cyrtoxipha confusa - complex-trilling trig*

Cyrtoxipha gundlachi - Gundlachís trig*

Cyrtoxipha nola - mangrove green trig*

Falcicula hebardi - Hebardís trig*

Phyllopalpus pulchellus - handsome trig*


*In this checklist, an asterisk after the common name
of a species indicates that the Florida State Collection
of Arthropods
has one or more specimens of the species.