Appearance: Yellowish-brown body and are about 3/4-inch long with three dark bands on the head and thin antennae.
Habitat: House crickets normally live outdoors in garbage dumps, but will move indoors when it gets colder usually in late summer. Adults are very attracted to lights, and become active at night.
Diet: Can feed on a wide variety of fabrics, foods and paper products.
Other: House crickets can damage silk, woolens, paper, fruits and vegetables.