Gesang des Männchens und Lautschema des Weibchens bei der FeldheuschreckeChorthippus biguttulus (Orthoptera, Acrididae)

@article{Helversen2004GesangDM,
  title={Gesang des M{\"a}nnchens und Lautschema des Weibchens bei der FeldheuschreckeChorthippus biguttulus (Orthoptera, Acrididae)},
  author={Dagmar von Helversen},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={81},
  pages={381-422}
}
1. The grasshopperCh. biguttulus has a distinct song pattern (Fig. 2): As Faber (1929) has shown, the normal song consists of 1–5 (mostly 3) notes (Versen); a note is made up of 20–60 main pulses (Silben). The main pulses, except for rare exceptions, consist of an even number of pulses (4, 6 or 8, sometimes more), as can be seen in oscillograms of the song of males which have lost one of the sound producing legs. According to the number of pulses, one can discriminate between three types of… CONTINUE READING
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