We studied them in certain temperature to see how much they chirped. Specifically we investigated how much opposite extreme temperature affected the males chirping and we also observe them at room temperature, which is approximately 25 C. We hypothesized that male crickets chimp more when they exposed to warmer temperature compared to when they are exposed to colder temperatures. However our experiment showed that the more extreme the opposite temperatures got we saw that the crickets did not chirp at all. The results of our experiment showed that our hypothesis was not supported by our results at all.
The temperature is probably not the only variable that affected the crickets chirping. The results could have been due to the fact that there were no females or because they were under stress.
(http:www.msue.msu.edumsueimpmod0201500542.html). Our poster contains graphs that show how much male crickets chirp in 0 C and 40 C, and also the chirping at 25 C, which was our control group. Our hypothesis was not supported by our experiment, so this shows that the male crickets do not chirp more in warmer weather.