Selective phonotaxis in Tettigonia cantans and T. viridissima in song recognition and discrimination

@article{Schul1998SelectivePI,
  title={Selective phonotaxis in Tettigonia cantans and T. viridissima in song recognition and discrimination},
  author={J. Schul and Dagmar von Helversen and Theo Weber},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={1998},
  volume={182},
  pages={687-694}
}
Abstract The selectivity of female phonotaxis in Tettigonia cantans and T. viridissima was investigated on a Kramer treadmill, with respect to the specific differences in temporal pattern and spectrum of the songs of both species. In choice situations, both species preferred the conspecific song over the heterospecific one. The courses of both species were deflected by about 15–20° from the position of the conspecific song, that of T. viridissima being away from, that of T. cantans in the… CONTINUE READING

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