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Phaneropterinae

Known as: broad-winged katydids, false katydids, Phaneropteridae 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2009
2009
BACKGROUND In aggressive mimicry, a predator or parasite imitates a signal of another species in order to exploit the recipient… Expand
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2008
2008
Synchronous interactions arise in various animal species that rhythmically broadcast acoustic, vibratory, and visual signals… Expand
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2004
2004
SummaryThis study tests the general prediction that discrimination among potential mates increases with the availability of… Expand
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2004
2004
SummaryDuring mating the males of the bushcricket Poecilimon veluchianus transfer a large spermatophore of about a quarter of… Expand
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2004
Highly Cited
2004
SummaryThe stridulatory sounds and movements produced by the females of various bushcricket species (Tettigonoidea… Expand
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2001
2001
Abstract The katydids Orchelimum nigripes and O. pulchellum (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) have a largely allopatric distribution in… Expand
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2000
2000
Abstract Following mating, female bushcrickets undergo a refractory period during which they are sexually unreceptive. The length… Expand
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2000
2000
Male and female Elephantodeta nobilis duet with the female responding to the male's long and complex call. The duetting male's… Expand
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1990
1990
Abstract The nearest-neighbour distances for a sample of singing crickets were analysed for spatial pattern using a goodness-of… Expand
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1987
Highly Cited
1987
Insectivorous bats have influenced the development of antipredator behavior in moths, green lacewings, crickets, and mantids… Expand
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