Auditory response characteristics of the piebald odorous frog and their implications

@article{Yu2006AuditoryRC,
  title={Auditory response characteristics of the piebald odorous frog and their implications},
  author={Zulin Yu and Qiang Qiu and Z. Xu and Jun-Xian Shen},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2006},
  volume={192},
  pages={801-806}
}
The piebald odorous frog (Odorrana schmackeri), the large odorous frog (Odorrana livida) and the concave-eared torrent frog (Amolops tormotus) are sympatric species living near the same torrent streams in the vicinity of Mt. Huangshan, China. A recent study demonstrated that A. tormotus can use sound signals involving ultrasonic components for communication in a noisy environment, and another sympatric species, O. livida, can also perceive ultrasonic sound. Here we report data on the hearing… CONTINUE READING
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