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A range extension for an Australian katydid, Zaprochilus australis (Tettigoniidae; Zaprochilinae).
Corpus ID: 20934733
The Pollen and Nectar-feeding katydids (Zaprochilinae) are an entire subfamily comprising four genera with species wholly…
Cytogenetics studies in Brazilian species of Pseudophyllinae (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): 2n(♂)=35 and fn=35 the probable basic and ancestral karyotype of the family Tettigoniidae.
Corpus ID: 14869170
The karyotypes of five species of Brazilian Pseudophyllinae belonging to four tribes were here studied. The data available in the…
Sex Differences in “Time Out” from Reproductive Activity and Sexual Selection in Male Bushcrickets (Orthoptera: Zaprochilinae: Kawanaphila mirla)
Journal of Insect Behavior
Corpus ID: 46327870
Animals of many species prefer some partners over others. Discriminating among potential mates causes strong sexual selection…
Sexual differences in auditory sensitivity: mismatch of hearing threshold and call frequency in a tettigoniid (orthoptera, tettigoniidae: Zaprochilinae)
Journal of Comparative Physiology A
Corpus ID: 28241681
SummarySexual dimorphism of the ear of an undescribed species of zaprochiline tettigoniid is described. The internal trachea…
RENTZ, D. C. F., 1993, A Monograph of the Tettigoniidae of Australia, Vol.2, The Austrosaginae, Zaprochilinae and Phasmodinae, CSIRO, Australia.
Corpus ID: 83073154
The Austrosaginae, Zaprochilinae and Phasmodinae
Corpus ID: 83063062
This second volume on the tettigoniid fauna of Australia comprises three endemic subfamilies - the Phasmodinae, Zaprochilinae and…
Song power, spectral distribution and female phonotaxis in the bushcricket Requena verticalis (Tettigoniidae: Orthoptera): active female choice or passive attraction
Corpus ID: 53176264
The role of sound as a cue for female choice in the bushcricket Requena verticalis was investigated in both the field and…
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