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Supplementary Figure 1 from Decision making in the face of a deadly predator: high amplitude behavioural thresholds can be adaptive for rainforest crickets under high background noise levels

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posted on 20.04.2020 by Heiner Römer, Marc Holderied
Phenotype of a female swordtail cricket used in the experiments. A male with this phenotype produced a song with a high pulse rate of 70 Hz, typical for species in the genus Anaxipha. Measurements of hind wing lengths revealed two groups, indicating that at least two species were used for experiments.