Eumodicogryllus bordigalensis - Verge Cricket
Description: Brown body with marbled pattern, similar to A. domesticus, but smaller (♂ 11-14 mm, ♀ 11-15 mm). Head generally dark, with a thin light stripe between the eyes and 2-4 light longitudinal stripes on the backhead. The wings reach to the end of the abdomen. The ovipositor is 6-7 mm long, very thin and straight.
Similar species: Acheta domesticus
Adults: from May to September
Song: Melodious chirping, more varied than the song of the Field Cricket, 2-4 chirps/sec. Sings at night.