Tables A1, A2, B1 and B2;Video 1 from Substrate texture affects female cricket walking response to male calling song

Table A1: Statistical summary showing the effects of the three trackball surfaces on female phonotaxis for all animals tested (n=25); Table A2: Wilcoxon Signed Rank test comparing the effects of the three trackball surfaces on female phonotaxis. Bold data are highly significantly different; Video 1: Video of the same cricket walking on the three trackball surfaces. Note that in this particular video the female seemed to show a slight reduction of velocity on the medium trackball. However, the tested females walked faster on the medium trackball in comparison with the female of the video. On the smooth trackball the cricket uses all of its legs, but does not find proper contact points for any of the legs. The legs move independently in an uncoordinated manner on the smooth trackball. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bzc1PYhVH-50WVRtQnQtMjN2bjg; Table B1: Statistical summary showing the leg forces generated by 10 female crickets on the three trackball surfaces, with claws and claws removed.; Table B2: Wilcoxon Signed Rank test comparing the leg forces generated by 10 female crickets on the three trackball surfaces, with claws and claws removed (rough). Bold data are highly significantly different.