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Stridulation in the wild kissing bug Mepraia spinolai: description of the stridulatory organ and vibratory disturbance signal Nicol Quiroga, Matías I. Muñoz, Samuel A. Pérez-Espinoza, Mario Penna & Carezza Botto-Mahan In press 3
Sound production in bark and ambrosia beetles Carol L. Bedoya, Richard W. Hofstetter, Ximena J. Nelson, Michael Hayes, Daniel R. Miller & Eckehard G. Brockerhoff In press
Dung beetle distress signals may be correlated to sex and male morph: the case of Copris lunaris (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae, Coprini) Kaan Kerman, Angela Roggero, Irene Piccini, Antonio Rolando & Claudia Palestrini In press
How well do acoustic recordings characterize properties of bee (Anthophila) floral sonication vibrations? Paul A. De Luca, Noah Giebink, Andrew C. Mason, Dan Papaj & Stephen L. Buchmann 2020 1 1-14
An automatic acoustic response system for behavioural studies of duetting insects T. J. Hammond, W. J. Bailey & G. R. Hammond 2003 1 3-14
Buzzing bees: communication between bumble bees social parasites (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and their hosts Fisher, R.M. & Weary, D.M 1988 1 3-12
Species-specific sounds in water bugs of the genus Micronecta. Part 2, Chorusing I.M. King 1999 1 19-29
Use of a biomonitor to assess the effect of seed hardness on larval feeding of Callosobruchus maculatus in Vigna varieties M. A. Q. Sulehrie, P. Golob, B. M. D. Tran & G. Farrell 2003 1 35-46
A simple method for recording low-amplitude sounds: application to the study of the courtship song of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster T. Aubin, F. Rybak & B. Moulin 2000 1 51-67
Predicting species identity of bumblebees through analysis of flight buzzing sounds Anton Gradisek, Gasper Slapnicar, Jure Sorn, Mitja Lustrek, Matjaz Gams & Janez Grad 2017 1 63-76
Stridulation organs and distress signals in various species of Trox F. (Coleoptera: Trogidae) [abstract] Benes, J 2012 1 67
Stridulatory organs of Mutillid wasps (Hymenoptera) [abstract] Gunther Tschuch 1994 1 71
Digital Techniques in Research on Insect Vibrational Songs [abstract] Matija Gogala 1992 1 74-75
The acoustic repertoire of lycaenid butterfly larvae Federico Riva, Francesca Barbero, Simona Bonelli, Emilio Balletto & Luca P. Casacci 2017 1 77-90
Close-range sound communication in Platypus quercivorus (Coleoptera: Platypodidae), a pest of oak trees in Japan [abstract] Ohya, E 2012 1 77-78
Ontogenesis of Drosophila courtship song: a comparative study of two sibling species D. melanogaster and D. simulans [abstract] B. Moulin, T. Aubin, F. Rybak and J. M. Jallon 2002 1 78
The distinct coding systems of the pulse song and the sine song emitted by Drosophila melanogaster [abstract] Fanny Rybak, Bruno Moulin and Thierry Aubin 2002 1 81
Sound production in hymenoptera [abstract] G. Tschuch and D. J. Brothers 2002 1 82-83
The ultrasonic song of the moth Amyna natalis (Lepidoptera:Noctudidae: Acontiinae) Heller, K.-G. & Achmann, R. 1993 1-2 89-97
Vibratory songs of hybrids from Brazilian and Slovenian populations of the green stink bug Nezara viridula [abstract] M. Virant-Doberlet, A. Cokl and N. Stritih 2002 1 89
A series of courtship chirps in a pleasing fungus beetle Dacne picta [abstract] E. Ohya 2002 1 91-92
Ultrasonic and Sonic Emission During the Courtship Behaviour in Males of Z- and E-Pheromone Strains of the European Corn Borer Ostrinia nubilalis Hübner (Lepidoptera, Pyraustidae) Kirill M. Orci & Gábor Szocs 2009 1-2 93-107
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2004 and earlier) P. Hansen 2005 1 97-138
Book review: Acoustical and Vibrational Communication in Insects M.F. Claridge 1988 1 100-101
The vibratory song repertoire of the southern green stink bug Nezara viridula from France [abstract] N. Miklas, M. Renou and A. Cokl 2002 1 101-102
Tuning of green stink bug substrate-borne songs with the transmission properties of host plants [abstract] A. Cokl, N. Stritih and M. Virant-Doberlet 2002 1 102
An electronic technique for monitoring the temporal aspects of acoustic signals of captive organisms S. Bertram & L. Johnson 1998 2 107-118
Acoustic communication and mating behaviour in water bugs of the genus Micronecta I.M. King 1999 2-3 115-130
Stridulatory organ and distress call in males and females of a small velvet ant (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae) Carlo Polidori, Gabriele Ruffato, Luigimaria Borruso, Chiara Settanni and Gianni Pavan 2013 2 121-135
Sound production in Mutillid wasps Tschuch, G. 1993 1-2 123-129
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2002 and earlier). Part 1: Invertebrates - Birds P. Hansen 2004 2 127-170
Ontogenesis of Drosophila courtship song [abstract] Bruno Moulin and Fanny Rybak 1998 2 153
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2006 and earlier). Part 1: Invertebrates - Birds P. Hansen 2006 2 173-215
Detection of the Red Palm Weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus Using Its Bioacoustics Features Walid Barakat Hussein, Mohamed Ahmed Hussein & Thomas Becker 2010 3 177-194
Nonresonant stridulation - a challenge for digital signal processing [abstract] Gunther Tschuch & Denis J. Brothers 2002 2 181
Patterns of stridulation variability in the genus Trypocopris (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoldea, Geotrupinae) [abstract] Loredana Carisio, Claudia Palestrini, Antonio Rolando and Luigi Romeo 2002 2 198-199
Auditory evoked responses in insects: a non-invasive method for measuring hearing sensitivity in butterflies [abstract] Darja Ribaric & Friedrich Ladich 2002 2 199
Stridulatory organ and ultrasonic emission in certain species of Ponerine ants (Genus Ectotomma and Pachychondyla, Hymenoptera, Formicidae) G. Pavan, M. Priano, P. De Carli, A Fanfani & M. Giovannotti 1997 3-4 209-221
Sound characterization and structure of the stridulatory organ in Gonogenia tabida (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Paul B.C. Grant, Francois Roets & Michael J. Samways 2014 3 209-217
Sound production in the larvae of Geotrupes spiniger (Marsham) (Coleoptera: Geotrupidae) Palestrini, C., Zunino, M. & Zucchelli, M. 1990 3 209-216
Directional hearing in insects: an evolutionary and mechanistic analysis [abstract] D. Robert & R. R. Hoy 1995 3 215
Evolutionary influences on the receiver system in insect bioacoustics; coevolution and sexual selection [abstract] M. G. Ritchie 1995 3 216
Echolocating bats and tympanate moths: interactions and perspectives [abstract] D. A. Waters & G. Jones 1995 3 217
Recent Bioacoustical Publications, 1999 and earlier. Part 1: Invertebrates - birds P. Hansen 2001 3 223-262
Book review: Acoustic behaviour in insects, an evolutionary perspective Michelsen, A. 1991 3 241-242
Book review: Arthropod Bioacoustics: Neurobiology and Behaviour Lewis, Brian 1991 3 244
A new acoustic signal of the fruit-flies Drosophila simulans and D. melanogaster Pailette, M., Ikeda, H. & Jallon, J.-M. 1991 4 247-254
Book review: Bioakustik der Europaischen Laubheuschrecken. Ökologie in Forschung und Anwendung Stiedl, O., Bickmeyer, U. & Kalmring, K. 1990 3 259-260
A description of defensive hiss types in the Flat Horned Hissing Cockroach (Aeluropoda insignis) Elliot Hunsinger, Holly Root-Gutteridge, Dana A. Cusano & Susan E. Parks 2018 3 261-271
Sound production with an abdominal "tymbal'' organ in a noctuid moth Pseudoips fagana [abstract] Niels Skals, Annemarie Surlykke and Hanne Serensen 1997 3-4 263

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