A. Photo of a female Anurogryllus cricket in a brood chamber beneath a stone on a forest path in Honduras; B. Drawing simplifying the structure of the brood chamber (scale bar approximated from cricket body size. The brood chamber, shown in light gray, was beneath the footprint of a small stone that was largely in direct contact with the soil (dark gray). The chamber contained an adult female Anurogryllus cricket as well as three eggs (open circles) and three first-instar nymphs (asterisks). Map data 2019 (c) Google.

  Part of: McNeil DJ, Erregger B (2021) Description and photographs of cricket parental care in the wild. Journal of Orthoptera Research 30(1): 27-30. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.30.52079