Walking- use all legs to move around the environment.
Climbing- use all legs to move up climbable object, the cup.
Attempted climbing (scratching)- move legs against the plastic surface of the container. Visible scraping of the first four legs to scratch the container and the back two legs kick up the sand on the ground.
Hiding or body regulation- Like to be under cover of some sort.
Stillness on top of the cup- Do like to be at high points as well.
Mouth part to leg action- Use mandables to clean (maybe?) their legs.
Posterior leg scratching at thorax- Use posterior legs to clean (maybe) the thorax.
Groups- Stick together for the most part, vary rarely have I seen a cricket alone.
Molting inspection- Crickets carefully observe a molting individual, touching with antennae and jumping back (as if startled).
Crawling over one another- Personal space does not seem to be a concept to them.
Cannibalism- One of the crickets seemed to be eating a cricket while it was molting. I have one less cricket and a cricket was seen picking at the molting cricket. Not sure if the molting cricket was still alive. Not sure of the cannibalistic cricket was male or female.
Avoids cold surfaces- The crickets would avoid being on the ground when the container was in contact with the cold surface of the window sill.