Crickets sense sounds using tympani (hearing organs) located in their front legs. Though they don’t have lungs, crickets still need to breathe (respiration) air in order to obtain the oxygen necessary for the cellular respiration of Glucose to ATP.Click to see full answer. Similarly one may ask, how does temperature affect cellular respiration in crickets?The temperature altered the crickets’ cellular activity and thus, effected their cellular rates of respiration. From the results one can conclude that crickets have a higher cellular respiration rate in warmer temperatures and a lower cellular respiration rate in cold temperatures.Secondly, why do crickets take in oxygen? Instead, crickets and other insects take oxygen in via several spiracles (openings) on the sides of their bodies. (This is why crickets drown so easily if they are kept in an enclosure with a water bowl.) Oxygen enters through the spiracles and is spread through out a system of internal tubes called “tracheae”. Subsequently, question is, are crickets exothermic? Insects are exothermic, which means that their feed conversion potential (how much feed is needed to produce 1 kg of crickets) is high. In addition, they require very little drinking water and farming space when compared to larger livestock.Are crickets cold blooded?Crickets, like all insects, are cold-blooded and take on the temperature of their surroundings. This affects how quickly these chemical muscle reactions can occur.