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Bennet Clark HC. 2003. Wing resonances in the australian field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. J. Exp. Biol. 206: 1479-1496.

Bennet Clark HC, Bailey WJ. 2002. Ticking of the clockwork cricket: the role of the escapement mechanism. J. Exp. Biol. 205: 613-625.

Bradbury JW, Vehrencamp SL. 1998. Principles of animal communication. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer. 882 p.

Burk T. 1982. Evolutionary significance of predation on sexually signalling males. Fla. Entomol. 65: 90-104. [1277 KB]

Deily JA, Schul J. 2004. Recognition of calls with exceptionally fast pulse rates: female phonotaxis in the genus Neoconocephalus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 207:3523-3529. [81 KB]

Forrest TG. 1988. Using insect sounds to estimate and monitor their populations. Fla. Entomol. 418: 416-426. [860 KB]

Fulton BB. 1928. A demonstration of the location of auditory organs in certain Orthoptera. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 21: 445-448. [342 KB]

Fulton BB. 1943. Rhythm, synchronism, and alternation in the stridulation of Orthoptera. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 50: 263-267. [457 KB]

Greenfield M. 2002. Signalers and receivers: mechanisms and evolution of arthropod communication. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 414 p.

Gwynne DT, Morris GK. 1986. Heterospecific recognition and behavioral isolation in acoustic Orthoptera (Insecta). Evol. Theory 8: 33-38.

Hung YP, Prestwich KN. 2004. Is significant acoustic energy found in the audible and ultrasonic harmonics in cricket calling songs? Journal of Orthoptera Research 13(2): 231-238.

Latimer W, Broughton WB. 1984. Acoustic interference in bush crickets; a factor in the evolution of singing insects? J. Nat. Hist. 18: 599-616.

Macdonald JA. 1981. Temperature compensation in the peripheral nervous system: Antarctic vs temperate poikilotherms. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 142: 411-418. [1230 KB]

Moore TE. 1989. Glossary of song terms. In: Huber F, Moore TE, and Loher W, editors. Cricket behavior and neurobiology. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. p 485-487. [259 KB]

Pierce GW. 1948. The songs of insects. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 329 p.

Prestwich KN, Walker TJ. 1981. Energetics of singing in crickets: effect of temperature in three trilling species (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). J. Comp. Physiol. B 143: 199-212. [1750 KB]

Schul J, Patterson AC. 2003. What determines the tuning of hearing organs and frequency of calls? A comparative study in the katydid genus Neoconocephalus (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 141-152. [387 KB]

Walker TJ. 1957. Specificity in the response of female tree crickets (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Oecanthinae) to calling songs of the males. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 50(6): 626-636. [1008 KB]

Walker TJ. 1962. Factors responsible for intraspecific variation in the calling songs of crickets. Evolution 16(4): 407-428. [2152 KB]

Walker TJ. 1964a. Experimental demonstration of a cat locating orthopteran prey by the prey’s calling song. Fla. Entomol. 47(2):163-165. [280 KB]

Walker TJ. 1964b. Cryptic species among sound-producing ensiferan Orthoptera (Gryllidae and Tettigoniidae). Q. Rev. Biol. 39(4): 345-355.  [1690 KB]

Walker TJ. 1975. Effects of temperature on rates in poikilotherm nervous systems: Evidence from the calling songs of meadow katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Orchelimum) and reanalysis of published data. J. Comp. Physiol. 101: 57-69.  [1730 KB]

Walker TJ. 1988. Acoustical traps for agriculturally important insects. Pages 484-492 in Symposium on Agroacoustics. Fla. Entomol. 71: 393-504.  [1606 KB]

Walker TJ. 1993. Phonotaxis in female Ormia ochracea (Diptera: Tachinidae), a parasitoid of field crickets. J. Insect Behav. 6(3): 389-410.  [2146 KB]

Walker TJ. 1996. Acoustic methods of monitoring and manipulating insect pests and their natural enemies. Pages 245-257 in Pest Management in the Subtropics: Integrated Pest Management-a Florida Perspective. Intercept, Andover, UK.  [7296 KB]

Walker TJ, Brandt JF, Dew D. 1970. Sound-synchronized, ultra-high-speed photography: a method for studying stridulation in crickets and katydids (Orthoptera).  Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 63(3): 910-912.  [454 KB]

Walker TJ, Wineriter SA. 1991. Hosts of a phonotactic parasitoid and levels of parasitism (Diptera: Tachinidae: Ormia ochracea). Fla. Entomol. 74(4): 554-559.  [520 KB]

Whitesell JJ, Walker TJ. 1969. A test to determine if Bobwhite quail hunt crickets by sound. Auk 86: 348-349. [178 KB]