MadSci Network: Zoology

Subject: Are you able to get the temp. from feeder crickets?

Date: Sun Dec 5 14:56:23 1999
Posted by jennifer
Grade level: 7-9 School: smyser
City: chicago State/Province: IL Country: U.S.A
Area of science: Zoology
ID: 944427383.Zo

 I am doing a science fair projct on how doeos heat affect crickets 
chirping rate and does the equation t=1/4n+40 give you the temp. in F. 
I've been to so many pet stores and the best info I recieved on the 
cricket I have purchased was that they were once the house cricket. But 
after a long time of mass reproduction and evolution had set in they have 
lost the hard cartilige ridges on their backs. Any info and can u verify 
this? Thanx all the info u can tell me will be geatly appreciated. I would 
really like to go downstate so I can have a better chance at getting into 
Fenwick ( a  really good high school) thanx in advance=)

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