They have long, threadlike antennae. The hind legs are enlarged for jumping. Females have a long ovipositor and two cerci at the tip of the abdomen; males have only two cerci. They are found outdoors in plant beds, wood piles, and debris. They can crawl into homes and make a chirping noise by rubbing their front wings together, which can be annoying to residents.

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