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Weber, Thorson1988Auditory behavior of the cricket IV. Interaction of direction of tracking with perceived temporal pattern in split-song paradigms
Adamo, Robert1995Effects of a tachinid parasitoid, Ormia ochracea, on the behaviour and reproduction of its male and female field cricket hosts (Gryllus spp)
Ahmad, Siddiqui1988Physical processes and mechanism of sound production in Field Cricket Gryllus bimaculatus De Geer
Bent, Ings2018Anthropogenic noise disrupts mate searching in Gryllus bimaculatus
Doherty1985Temperature Coupling and ‘Trade-Off’ Phenomena in the Acoustic Communication System of the Cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus De Geer (Gryllidae)
Gallego-Abenza, Mathevon, Wheatcroft2019Experience modulates an insect’s response to anthropogenic noise
Hirtenlehner2014Selective phonotaxis of female crickets under natural outdoor conditions
Hofstede, Schöneich, Robillard, Hedwig2015Evolution of a Communication System by Sensory Exploitation of Startle Behavior
Hoy, Nolen, Brodfuehrer1989The neuroethology of acoustic startle and escape in flying insects
Kostarakos, Hartbauer, Römer2008Matched Filters, Mate Choice and the Evolution of Sexually Selected Traits
Kuriwada, Reddy2017Volcanic ash decreases mating effort in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
Lankheet, Cerkvenik, Larsen, van Leeuwen2017Frequency tuning and directional sensitivity of tympanal vibrations in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
Lv, Zhang, Hedwig2020Phonotactic steering and representation of directional information in the ascending auditory pathway of a cricket
Miyashita, Kizaki, Sekimizu, Kaito2016No Effect of Body Size on the Frequency of Calling and Courtship Song in the Two-Spotted Cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus
Nocke1971Biophysik der Schallerzeugung durch die Vorderflügel der Grillen
Noguera2018Crickets increase sexual signalling and sperm protection but live shorter in the presence of rivals
Schmidt, Römer2013Diversity of acoustic tracheal system and its role for directional hearing in crickets
Schöneich, Hedwig2019Feedforward discharges couple the singing central pattern generator and ventilation central pattern generator in the cricket abdominal central nervous system
Simmons, Zuk1992Variability in call structure and pairing success of male field crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus: the effects of age, size and parasite load
Simmons1988The calling song of the field cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus (de geer): constraints on transmission and its role in intermale competition and female choice
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