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Basic elements of behavior of the cricket Phaeophilacris bredoides Kaltenbach (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)
The intraspecific behavior of the non-singing cricket Phaeophilacris bredoides Kaltenbach, 1986, which has no tympanal system, stridulatory apparatus, and classical acoustic communication, wasExpand
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Tracing and 3-dimensional representation of the primary afferents from the moth ear.
Heliothine moths perceive acoustic information via two auditory sensory neurons only. Previous cobalt staining experiments have described the projection pattern of the two auditory neurons, calledExpand
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Ontogenesis of the cricket Gryllus argentinus Sauss. (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)
The development of Gryllus argentinus Sauss. was studied under stable laboratory conditions: the temperature of 26°C, the air humidity of 60%, and the photoperiod of 12h light: 12 h dark. The lifeExpand
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Ontogeny of the cricket Phaeophilacris bredoides Kaltenbach (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)
Development of Phaeophilacris bredoides Kalt. was studied under stable laboratory conditions: temperature of 26°C, air humidity 60%, and 12L: 12D photoperiod (Knyazev, 1985). The life cycle of Ph.Expand
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Development of sexual and protective behavior of female crickets Gryllus argentinus Sauss. at the prereproductive and reproductive periods of imaginal ontogenesis
Data are presented about the development of reproductive and defense behavior of noncopulated female crickets Gryllus argentinus Sauss. in the beginning of the imaginal ontogeny. The character ofExpand
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Changes in the calling song parameters of the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus Deg. during ontogenesis
ern populations of G. bimaculatus [9, 10]. Wild progenitors of the colony used in our experiments descend from the crickets caught in the environs of Dushanbe (Tajikistan). In the laboratory, theExpand
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[Change of character of directed motor reactions of female crickets Gryllus argentinus Sauss. to intraspecies signals under conditions of sensory pathology at different stages of adult ontogenesis].
The character of motor activity of female crickets Gryllus argentinus Sauss. was studied in norm and under conditions of inactivation of cercal organ at realization of reproductive and protectiveExpand
Louder Songs can Enhance Attractiveness of Old Male Crickets (Gryllus Bimaculatus)
Female crickets (Gryllidae) often rely on the quality of male acoustic signals when choosing a potential mate. This quality can be determined by the frequency and temporal structure of the callingExpand
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