2013
DOI: 10.1080/03949370.2012.685764
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Calling song of two sympatric species of cricket Phylloscyrtini (Orthoptera Gryllidae Trigonidiinae)

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“…The songs of orthopterans are usually species specific, each having a particular temporal pattern of syllables which may be overlaid with modulations of frequency and intensity (e.g. Korsunovskaya, 2009;Kowalski and Lakes-Harlan, 2013;Zefa et al, 2013;Zhantiev et al, 2017). However, this pattern can still vary to some extent within species.…”
Section: Patterns Of Singingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The songs of orthopterans are usually species specific, each having a particular temporal pattern of syllables which may be overlaid with modulations of frequency and intensity (e.g. Korsunovskaya, 2009;Kowalski and Lakes-Harlan, 2013;Zefa et al, 2013;Zhantiev et al, 2017). However, this pattern can still vary to some extent within species.…”
Section: Patterns Of Singingmentioning
confidence: 99%