Stridulation by Jadera haematoloma ( Hemiptera : Rhopalidae ) : Production Mechanism and Associated Behaviors

@inproceedings{Zych2011StridulationBJ,
  title={Stridulation by Jadera haematoloma ( Hemiptera : Rhopalidae ) : Production Mechanism and Associated Behaviors},
  author={A Z̊ych and Richard W. Mankin and James F Gillooly and Everett Foreman},
  year={2011}
}
The Hemiptera displays a notable diversity of vibratory communication signals across its various families. Here we describe the substrate and airborne vibrations (sounds), the mechanism of production, and associated behaviors of Jadera haematoloma Herrich-Schaeffer, a member of the family Rhopalidae. Adult males and females both produce short, stereotyped sound bursts by anteriorÐ posterior movement of abdominal tergites I and II against a stridulitrum located on the ventral surface of the… CONTINUE READING

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