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Noun1.Acheta - common house and field cricketsAcheta - common house and field crickets  
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Acheta domestica, European house cricket - lives in human dwellings; naturalized in parts of America
Acheta assimilis, field cricket - common American black cricket; attacks crops and also enters dwellings
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The house crickets, also known as acheta domesticus, are farmed in Europe will come in packets of about 50 and sell for PS1.50 per bag.
However, until now its true scientific information was unavailable," said Dr Tanga Mbi, the Icipe scientist who found the insect as part of his post-doctoral research.He said the insect for long has been mistaken for a different cricket species known as Acheta domesticus L.
The Effect of Octopamine and Chelrythrine Chloride on Phonotaxis in Unexposed Acheta domesticus.
We recently extended necromone recognition to the house cricket, Acheta domesticus (L.) (Aksenov and Rollo 2017).
She reportedly named her son-in-law Sandy Acheta, 27, as her killer before she died.
[8] reported poor foam and gelling properties of five different acid-extracted insect proteins, including those from a cricket (Acheta domesticus).
A diet of domestic crickets, Acheta domesticus (Linnaeus, 1758), obtained from Flukers Cricket Farm (Portland, LA) and fruit flies (Drosophila sp.) cultured at Alma College was provided weekly, and water was available ad libitum.
[21] elucidated the FA contents of three Orthopterans, Acheta domesticus (Gryllidae family), Conocephalus discolor (Tettigoniidae family), and Chorthippus parallelus (Acrididae family), by utilizing GC-FID.
First, an experiment was conducted to quantify the rate of evaporative water loss of the specimens Hogna carolinensis (Carolina wolf spider) and Acheta domesticus (common house cricket) in order to acquire data needed to manipulate their levels of hydration.
For example, Casper (1985) found that adult emperor scorpion i.e., Pandinus imperator (Koch) feed on the common house cricket Acheta domesticus (Linnaeus, 1758) and do not use their venom to subdue prey.
Food was provided every 15 days with three types of preys: Tenebrio molitor larvae, Acheta domestica crickets and several species of cockroaches.
En 1991, et apres avoir occupe differents lieux, le groupe acheta la synagogue Poele Zedek, qui avait brule en 1988.