The Craggy Island Cricket (Cavernotettix craggiensis) is a small terrestrial cricket that occurs at several sites under boulders and in burrows of breeding seabirds on Craggy Island, which is a small rocky island about 20 km northwest of the tip of Flinders Island in Bass Strait (unallocated Crown land). The species is known only from collections made in 1972.
There are no immediately identifiable threats to the species. However, factors such as illegal collection, natural predation, climate change (and its impact on microclimate conditions), and stochastic events are all highlighted as possible threats.
A complete species management profile is not currently available for this species. Check for further information on this page and any relevant Activity Advice.