anyone know what kind of insect this is???

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  1. bnkrecords

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    i have no idea, but they have been popping up in my house..

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    hm, how large is it?
     
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    i would say its body is about the size of a nickel.. they jump extremely high and fast. not like a cricket but higher than jumping spiders.
     
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    found it, its the cave cricket, i have been looking for months tryin to find what it is... lol, 4 minutes after posting, i find it..

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    You are still living in caves over there? :lmao:
     
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    that looks like the type of cricket they feed to lizards and stuff. (the ones you buy at a pet store)
     

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