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Among six-legged insects, the most identifiable tracks belong to beetles, crickets, and grasshoppers. They leave two parallel lines of footprints generally grouped in threes. The hind legs trail behind and leave backward-pointing prints while the other legs leave sideways-pointing prints, together producing cross marks. If a track starts and ends abruptly, it likely belongs to a flying insect that landed temporarily. If a track ends at a small dirt mound, it likely belongs to a burrowing beetle. If a track has gaps, it likely belongs to a hopping insect such as a grasshopper.