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Sound localisation in a habitat: An analytical approach to quantifying the degradation of directional cues A. Michelson & K. Rohrseitz 1997 4 291-313
Cassette review: Danmarks græshopper by O. F. Nielsen A. Stumpner 1999 4 365-366
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
The mechanism of tuning of the mole cricket singing burrow A.G. Daws, H.C. Bennet-Clark & N.H. Fletcher 1996 2 81-117
Biosphere reserve zones are equal in terms of katydid ecoacoustics Aileen C. Thompson, Michael J. Samways & Corinna S. Bazelet 2020 3 249-265
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
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
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
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
Singers in the grass: call description of conehead katydids (family: Tettigoniidae) and observations on avoidance of acoustic overlap Chandranshu Tiwari & Swati Diwakar 2019 6 522-538
Bioacoustic and biophysical analysis of a newly described highly transparent genus of predatory katydids from the Andean cloud forest (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Meconematinae: Phlugidini) Charlie Woodrow, Christian Pulver, Daniel Veitch & Fernando Montealegre-Z In press
Complex acoustic behaviour of Endecous crickets (Orthoptera, Phalangopsidae) [abstract] Edison Zefa & Jacques M. E. Vielliard 2002 2 197-198
A computer-based technique for the quantitative analysis of animal sounds Evans, M.R. & Evans, J.A. 1994 4 281-290
Acoustic communication distances of a gomphocerine grasshopper F. Lang 2000 4 233-258
Bioacoustics of some Mexican Orthoptera (Insecta: Orthoptera: Ensifera, Caelifera) Filippo M. Buzzetti & Ludivina Barrientos-Lozano 2011 2 193-213
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 Structure of Grasshopper (Chorthippus, Omocestus) Song [abstract] G. Tembrock 1992 1 67
Stridulation of the Clear-wing Meadow Katydid Xiphelimum amplipennis, adaptive bandwidth Glenn K. Morris, Holger Braun & Christian S. Wirkner 2016 3 225-251
CD and book review: The songs of the grasshoppers and crickets of Western Europe by D. Ragge & J. Reynolds H. Bennet-Clark 1999 4 361-363
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
Sound production and sound emission in seven species of European Tettigoniids. Part III. Determination of the mechanism of sound production using the cepstrum analysis Keuper, A. 1989 4 287-306
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 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
A description of the song of the bush-cricket Poecilimon fussi (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae) [abstract] Kirill Márk Orci 2002 2 198
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 2019 3 269-285
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
Cassette review: A Sound Guide to Grasshoppers of Great Britain and Ireland Latimer, W. 1989 4 319
Book review: Cricket Behaviour and Neurobiology Lewis, Brian 1991 3 243-244
New data on the acoustic communication in two mediterranean grasshoppers Sphingonotus coerulans and Truxalis nasuta (Orthoptera, Acrididae) [abstract] M. E. Clemente, M. D. Garcia and J. J. Presa 1997 3-4 264-265
Cricket calling site selection and sound transmission in a tropical evergreen forest [abstract] Manjari, J & Balakrishnan, R 2012 1 76
Sound propagation, attenuation and animal communication [abstract] Margaret Walby 2002 2 190-191
Soundscape of urban-tolerant crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae, Trigonidiidae) in a tropical Southeast Asia city, Singapore Ming Kai Tan In press
Ultrasonic songs and stridulum anatomy of Asiophlugis crystal predatory katydids (Tettigonioidea: Meconematinae: Phlugidini) Ming Kai Tan, Fernando Montealegre-Z, Rodzay Bin Haji Abdul Wahab, Chow-Yang Lee, Daicus Belabut, Razy Japir & Arthur Chung In press 6
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
Control of call carrier frequency in the bush cricket Ruspolia nitidula R.O. Stephen & J.C. Hartley 1995 2 163-170
The effect of anthropogenic noise and weather conditions on male calls in the bladder grasshopper Bullacris unicolor Rekha Sathyan & Vanessa Couldridge In press
CD review: Tettigoniidae of Australia. Disc 1 Reynolds, W.J. 1994 3 245-246
Variation in call types, calling activity patterns and relationships between call frequency and body size in a field cricket, Acanthogryllus asiaticus Richa Singh & Manjari Jain In press
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
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
Male and Female Stridulation in an Indian Weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae) Swati Diwakar & Rohini Balakrishnan 2006 1 75-85
'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
Automatic Acoustic Identification of Insects: the case of crickets and cicadas T. Ganchev & I. Potamitis 2007 3 281-328
An automatic acoustic response system for behavioural studies of duetting insects T. J. Hammond, W. J. Bailey & G. R. Hammond 2003 1 3-14
Bioacoustics of the Neotropical Eneopterinae (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Gryllidae) Tony Robillard, Hannah ter Hofstede, Jérôme Orivel, Natállia M. Vicente 2015 2 123-143
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
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