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Field2001Stridulatory Mechanisms and Associated Behaviour in New Zealand Wetas
Field, Bailey1997Sound production in primitive Orthoptera from Western Australia: sounds used in defence and social communication in Ametrus sp. and Hadrogryllacris sp. (Gryllacrididae: Orthoptera)
Finck2017Components of reproductive isolation between the closely related grasshopper species Chorthippus biguttulus and C. mollis
Finn, Mastro, Payne1972Stridulatory Apparatus and Analysis of the Acoustics of Four Species of the Subfamily Lamiinae (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
Fischer, Steinlechner, Zehm, Poniatowski, Fartmann, Beckmann, Stettmer2016Die Heuschrecken Deutschlands und Nordtirols
Fishbein, Idsardi, Ball, Dooling2020Sound sequences in birdsong: how much do birds really care?
Fitzpatrick, Gray2001Divergence between the Courtship Songs of the Field Crickets Gryllus texensis and Gryllus rubens (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)
Flanagan1997Incipient Speciation In The Meadow Grasshopper, Chorthippus parallelus (Orthoptera: Acrididae).
Flora, Patrícia2018Evidence of individual discrimination in the maned wolf long-distance extended-bark
Flores, Batista, RODRIGUEZ2019Vicente´s poison frog (Oophaga vicentei) in the wild: calling activity, bioacoustics and diet
Fobe2017An Exploration of Rhythm perception in African Penguins (Spheniscus demersus)
FONTANA, BUZZETTI, KLEUKERS, ODÉ2011Platycleis galvagnii, a peculiar new bushcricket from Sardinia (Italy) (Insecta, Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae)
Forrest1982Acoustic communication and baffling behaviors of crickets
Forti, Forti, Márquez, Toledo2017Behavioural response evoked by conspecific distress calls in two neotropical treefrogs
Forti, Lingnau, Encarnação, Bertoluci, Toledo2017Can treefrog phylogeographical clades and species’ phylogenetic topologies be recovered by bioacoustical analyses?
Forti, da Silva, Toledo2017The acoustic repertoire of the Atlantic Forest Rocket Frog and its consequences for taxonomy and conservation (Allobates, Aromobatidae)
Foskolos, de Soto, Madsen, Johnson2019Deep-diving pilot whales make cheap, but powerful, echolocation clicks with 50 µL of air
Fouda, Wingfield, Fandel, Garrod, Hodge, Rice, Bailey2018Dolphins simplify their vocal calls in response to increased ambient noise
Fournet, Silvestri, Clark, Klinck, Rice2021Limited vocal compensation for elevated ambient noise in bearded seals: implications for an industrializing Arctic Ocean
Fowler1988Traps for Collecting Live Euphasiopteryx depleta (Diptera: Tachinidae) at a Sound Source
Fragaszy2021A new look at universals and specificities in the songs of humpback whales.
Francescoli2017Environmental factors could constrain the use of long-range vocal signals in solitary tuco-tucos (Ctenomys; Rodentia, Ctenomyidae) reproduction
Fraser, Nelson1984Communication in the courtship of a madagascan hissing cockroach. I. Normal courtship
Frederick2013Investigating an adaptive radiation in temperate Neoconocephalus
FREIRE, THOMASSEN, ROCHA, LEITE2019Almost a hundred years later, the advertisement call of Aparasphenodon brunoi Miranda-Ribeiro 1920 (Anura: Hylidae) from the Atlantic Forest
Frey, Volodin, Volodina, Efremova, Menges, Portas, Melzheimer, Fritsch, Gerlach, Dörnberg2019Savannah roars: The vocal anatomy and the impressive rutting calls of male impala (Aepyceros melampus) – highlighting the acoustic correlates of a mobile larynx
Fripp, Owen, Quintana-Rizzo, Shapiro, Buckstaff, Jankowski, Wells, Tyack2005Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) calves appear to model their signature whistles on the signature whistles of community members
Froidevaux, Fialas, Jones2018Catching insects while recording bats: impacts of light trapping on acoustic sampling
Fröhlich, Müller, Zeiträg, Wittig, Pika2017Gestural development of chimpanzees in the wild: the impact of interactional experience
Fu, Kinniry, Kloepper2018The Chirocopter: a UAV for recording sound and video of bats at altitude
FUCIARELLI2019TRANS-GENERATIONAL AND REPRODUCTIVE IMPACTS OF ACUTE EARLY-LIFE RADIATION ON THE HOUSE CRICKET, ACHETA DOMESTICUS
Fullard, Morris, Mason1989Auditory processing in the black-sided meadow katydid Conocephalus nigropleurum (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
Fulton1951The Seasonal Succession of Orthopteran Stridulation near Raleigh, North Carolina
Fulton1930Notes on Oregon Orthoptera with Descriptions of New Species and Races
Furuyama, Hase, Hiryu, Kobayasi2018Hearing sensitivity evaluated by the auditory brainstem response in Miniopterus fuliginosus
Gabriele, Sharpe, Straley, Szabo2018Feeding calls produced by solitary humpback whales
Gagliano, Mancuso, Robert2012Towards understanding plant bioacoustics
Gahan1900X. Stridulating Organs in Coleoptera
Gallego-Abenza, Mathevon, Wheatcroft2019Experience modulates an insect’s response to anthropogenic noise
Gammell, O'Brien2013Acoustic communication in aquatic animals: all quiet on the freshwater front?
Gan, Towsey, Li, Zhang2018Animal Call Recognition with Acoustic Indices: Little Spotted Kiwi as a Case Study
Gangwere1966The behavior of Atlanticus testaceus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) on the E. S. George Reserve, Michigan
Gannier, Fuchs, Gannier, Fernandez, Azevedo2020Dolphin whistle repertoires around São Miguel (Azores): Are you common or spotted?
Garcia, Cronin, Bowling, Bushera, Hunter, Taylor2019Dueling frogs: do male green tree frogs (Hyla cinerea) eavesdrop on and assess nearby calling competitors?
Garg, Biju2017Description of four new species of Burrowing Frogs in the Fejervarya rufescens complex (Dicroglossidae) with notes on morphological affinities of Fejervarya species in the Western Ghats
Garland, Carvajal, King, Collins, Razafindrakoto, Rosenbaum2018Culturally transmitted song exchange between humpback whales ( Megaptera novaeangliae) in the southeast Atlantic and southwest Indian Ocean basins
Garstang2004Long-distance, low-frequency elephant communication
Gasc, Gottesman, Francomano, Jung, Durham, Mateljak, Pijanowski2018Soundscapes reveal disturbance impacts: biophonic response to wildfire in the Sonoran Desert Sky Islands

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith