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Extremely divergent song types in the genus Aerotegmina Hemp (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Hexacentrinae) and the description of a new species from the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania (East Africa) Klaus-Gerhard Heller & Claudia Hemp In press
Singers in the grass: call description of conehead katydids (family: Tettigoniidae) and observations on avoidance of acoustic overlap In press
Song production and song recognition in a group of sibling grasshopper species (Chorthippus dorsatus, Ch. dichrous and Ch. loratus: Orthoptera, Acrididae) A. Stumpner and O. von Helversen 1994 1 1-23
Tooth impact rate alteration in the song of males of Ephippiger ephippiger Fiebig (1991). (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae) and its consequences for phonotactic behaviour of females Stiedl, O., Bickmeyer, U. & Kalmring, K. 1991 1 1-16
An automatic acoustic response system for behavioural studies of duetting insects T. J. Hammond, W. J. Bailey & G. R. Hammond 2003 1 3-14
Sound production and sound emission in seven species of European Tettigoniids. Part I. The different parameters of the song; their relation to the morphology of the bushcricket Keuper, A., Weidemann, S., Kalmring, K. & Kaminski, D. 1988 1 31-48
Distinctive male-female acoustic duetting support the specific status of Isophya fatrensis, a West-Carpathian endemic bush-cricket (Insecta: Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae) Ionut Stefan Iorgu, Anton Kristin, Gergely Szovenyi, Peter Kanuch, Benjamin Jarcuska, Tiberiu Constantin Sahlean, Elena Iulia Iorgu & Kirill Márk Orci 2018 1 43-56
Acoustic prey and a listening predator: interaction between calling katydids and the bat-eared fox Paul B.C. Grant, Michael J. Samways 2015 1 49-61
'Sense and Census ability'- Reliability of psychoacoustic sampling as a method to monitor cricket species diversity [abstract] Swati, D; Manjari, J; Balakrishnan, R. 2012 1 57
The song of Eugaster spinulosa (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae): description and relationship between song parameters and temperature [abstract] Arias, A, Llusia, D, Beltrán, J F, El Mouden, H, Slimani, T, Radi, M, Fattah, A & Márquez, R 2012 1 66
Ultrasonic reverse stridulation in the spider-like katydid Arachnoscelis (Orthoptera: Listrosceledinae) Benedict Chivers, Thorin Jonsson, Oscar Javier CadenaCastaneda, and Fernando MontealegreZ 2014 1 66-77
The Structure of Grasshopper (Chorthippus, Omocestus) Song [abstract] G. Tembrock 1992 1 67
Male and Female Stridulation in an Indian Weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae) Swati Diwakar & Rohini Balakrishnan 2006 1 75-85
Cricket calling site selection and sound transmission in a tropical evergreen forest [abstract] Manjari, J & Balakrishnan, R 2012 1 76
The mechanism of tuning of the mole cricket singing burrow A.G. Daws, H.C. Bennet-Clark & N.H. Fletcher 1996 2 81-117
Sexual selection and female choice in mole crickets (Scapteriscus: Gryllotalpidae): modelling the effects of intensity and male spacing Forrest, T.G. & Green, D.M. 1991 2 93-109
The Assemblage of Acoustically Communicating Crickets of a Tropical Evergreen Forest in Southern India: Call Diversity and Diel Calling Patterns Swati Diwakar & Rohini Balakrishnan 2006 2 113-135
Bioacoustics of the Neotropical Eneopterinae (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Gryllidae) Tony Robillard, Hannah ter Hofstede, Jérôme Orivel, Natállia M. Vicente 2015 2 123-143
Distribution of sound pressure around a singing cricket: radiation pattern and asymmetry in the sound field Benedict D. Chivers, Thorin Jonsson, Joseph C. Jackson, Tanja K. Kleinhappel, Nadezhda Shivarova, James F. C. Windmill & Fernando Montealegre-Z 2016 2 161-176
Control of call carrier frequency in the bush cricket Ruspolia nitidula R.O. Stephen & J.C. Hartley 1995 2 163-170
Sound production and sound emission in seven species of European Tettigoniids. Part II. Wing morphology and the frequency content of the song Keuper, A., Weidemann, S., Kalmring, K. & Kaminski, D. 1988 2-3 171-186
Sound propagation, attenuation and animal communication [abstract] Margaret Walby 2002 2 190-191
Bioacoustics of some Mexican Orthoptera (Insecta: Orthoptera: Ensifera, Caelifera) Filippo M. Buzzetti & Ludivina Barrientos-Lozano 2011 2 193-213
Singing and hearing in Aerotegmina kilimandjarica (Tettigoniidae: Hexacentrinae), a species with unusual low carrier frequency of the calling song Klaus-Gerhard Heller, Tim Daniel Ostrowski & Claudia Hemp 2010 3 195-210
Complex acoustic behaviour of Endecous crickets (Orthoptera, Phalangopsidae) [abstract] Edison Zefa & Jacques M. E. Vielliard 2002 2 197-198
A description of the song of the bush-cricket Poecilimon fussi (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae) [abstract] Kirill Márk Orci 2002 2 198
The new sound trap, and observations on the migratory and acoustic behaviour of the field cricket Teleogryllus commodus (Walker) Campbell, D.J. 1990 3 199-207
A diversity of songs among morphologically indistinguishable katydids of the genus Mecopoda (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from Southern India V. Nityananda & R. Balakrishnan 2006 3 223-250
Effects of temperature on the song parameters of the Moroccan bushcricket Eugaster spinulosa (Orthoptera; Tettigoniidae) Antón Arias, Rafael Márquez, Diego Llusia, Juan Francisco Beltrán, Tahar Slimani, Mohamed Radi, Abderazzak Fattah and El Hassan El Mouden 2012 3 225-238
Stridulation of the Clear-wing Meadow Katydid Xiphelimum amplipennis, adaptive bandwidth Glenn K. Morris, Holger Braun & Christian S. Wirkner 2016 3 225-251

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