Mole cricket
Gryllotalpidae spp.

Mole crickets are cylindrical-bodied insects about 3–5 centimetres (1.2–2.0 in) long, with small eyes and shovel-like forelimbs highly developed for burrowing. They are present in many parts of the world and where they have been introduced into new regions, may become agricultural pests.
Mole crickets have three life stages, eggs, nymphs and adults. Most of their life in these stages are spent underground but adults have wings and disperse in the breeding season.