Ontogeny of sounds in the echolocating batHipposideros speoris

@article{Habersetzer2005OntogenyOS,
  title={Ontogeny of sounds in the echolocating batHipposideros speoris},
  author={Joerg Habersetzer and Ganapathy Marimuthu},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2005},
  volume={158},
  pages={247-257}
}
1. YoungHipposideros speoris emit multiharmonic sounds in groups of three to four notes. Newborns emit a relatively uniform pattern of FM- and FM/CF/FM-sounds. From ten days of age onwards the initial sound (first note) of a group is a FM-sound whereas the successive ones are CF/FM-sounds of consistently higher frequencies. At prevolant and volant stages of the bat's development most of the sound energy is concentrated in the second harmonic which is raised to the frequency range of the adults… CONTINUE READING

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