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Investigating Pattern Recognition And Bi-coordinate Sound Localization in the Tree Cricket Species Oecanthus Henryi
Acoustic communication, used by a wide variety of animals, consists of the signaler, the signal and the receiver. A change in the behaviour of the receiver after reception of the signal is a prerequisite for communication. ...
Acoustic Signals, Mate Choice And Mate Sampling Strategies in a Field Cricket
Acoustic communication in orthopterans and anurans provides a suitable model system for studying the evolutionary mechanisms of sexual selection mainly because males use acoustic signals to attract females over long distances ...
Condition-dependent Signalling and Mating Behaviour in the Tree Cricket, Oecanthus henryi
Male reproductive success in systems exhibiting sexually selected traits can be driven by male mating effort in sexual signals and in the production of nuptial gifts. Male mating effort can be determined by various ...