Echolocation in the bat, Rhinolophus capensis: the influence of clutter, conspecifics and prey on call design and intensity

@inproceedings{Fawcett2015EcholocationIT,
  title={Echolocation in the bat, Rhinolophus capensis: the influence of clutter, conspecifics and prey on call design and intensity},
  author={Kayleigh Fawcett and David S Jacobs and Annemarie Surlykke and John M Ratcliffe},
  booktitle={Biology open},
  year={2015}
}
Echolocating bats are exposed not only to the echoes of their own calls, but often the signals of conspecifics and other bats. For species emitting short, frequency modulated signals e.g. vespertilionoids, adjustments in both the frequency and time domain have been observed in such situations. However, bats using long duration, constant frequency calls may… CONTINUE READING