El aparato estridulador de Gryllus fulvipennis Blachard: algunos alcances bioacousticos y morfologicos (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1987
Authors:Angulo, AO, Valdivieso, H, Baldeig, JG, Oyarzo, H
Journal:Annales de la Société Entomologique de France
Start Page:43

The stridulatory apparatus of Gryllus fulvipennis is described based on light microscopy and SEM. Audiospectrography analysis of the song calls of this species is presented; each one of the chirps is composed of 4 or 3 syllables. The initial syllabes is shorter than the other, and its duration is ca 16 ms, the range of frequency is shorter too. The regularity and constancy of the pattern of syllabes from chirps, support the presumption that the friction is only in one direction.

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