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03/2013
Here, we present our findings of free-flying echolocation calls of Himalayan swiftlets ( Aerodramus brevirostris ), which were recorded in Shenjing Cave,... 
Aerodramus brevirostris | Ultrasonic sound | Double clicks | Echolocation
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Relationship between echolocation calls and age in the bat species of Rhinolophus pearsoni, 12/2004
Five adult and two young female bats of Rhinolophus pearsoni were captured in Mingu town,Zhenfeng County of Guizhou Province.Their echolocation calls were... 
Adult and young bats | Rhinolophus pearsoni | Echolocation call
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Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, ISSN 0962-8452, 04/2007, Volume 274, Issue 1612, pp. 905 - 912
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 06/2004, Volume 67, Issue 6, pp. 1005 - 1014
Distress calls were recorded from three sympatric species of pipistrelle bat (Pipistrellus nathusii, P. pipistrellus and P. pygmaeus) in England and Northern... 
EVOLUTION | SONG | ZOOLOGY | FREQUENCY | PIPISTRELLUS-PIPISTRELLUS | ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | SOUND-TRANSMISSION | ECHOLOCATION | LUCIFUGUS | BIRDS | PASSERINES | Animal sounds | Distress signals | Research | Animal behavior | Bats | Frequency modulation | Echolocation (Physiology)
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03/2008
The echolocation calls of Coelops frithi were recorded during free flight using an ultrasonic detector U30, and were analyzed using the software Batsound 3.0.... 
Coelops frithi | Echolocation calls | Chiroptera
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 05/2017, Volume 127, pp. 101 - 108
Why a variety of social animals vocalize during agonistic foraging interactions remains obscure. One possibility is that these signals advertise the... 
foraging | bat | competitive ability echolocation | social call | aggressive interaction | BODY-SIZE | PERFORMANCE | BEHAVIOR | RED DEER | ECHOLOCATION | RANKING | DOMINANCE | ZOOLOGY | FREQUENCY | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | COMMUNICATION | ADVERTISEMENT | Wildlife conservation | Echolocation (Physiology) | Social aspects | Food supply | Analysis
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Ecological Indicators, ISSN 1470-160X, 07/2016, Volume 66, pp. 598 - 602
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Ecological Indicators, ISSN 1470-160X, 07/2017, Volume 78, pp. 416 - 420
Echolocating bats are surveyed and studied acoustically with bat detectors routinely and worldwide, yet identification of species from calls often remains... 
Software | Methodology | Biosonar | Species identification | Ultrasound | CAUTIONARY NOTE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ACOUSTIC IDENTIFICATION | ARTIFICIAL NEURAL-NETWORKS | Echolocation (Physiology) | Usage | Analysis | Detectors | Biological Sciences | Naturvetenskap | Zoologi | Zoology | Biologi | Natural Sciences
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 08/2018, Volume 13, Issue 8, p. e0202679
Nocturnal insects have evolved ultrasound-sensitive hearing in response to predation pressures from echolocating insectivorous bats. Flying tympanate moths... 
EPTESICUS-FUSCUS | ULTRASONIC HEARING | PREY | AUDITORY SYSTEMS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR | SENSITIVITY | INSECTS | LEPIDOPTERA | BIG BROWN BATS | PREDATOR | Echolocation (Physiology) | Bats | Hunting | Sympatric populations | Flight | Moths | Evasive actions | Freezing | Sound pressure | Prey | Ultrasonic imaging | Diet | Insects | Animal behavior | Vegetation | Butterflies & moths | Predation | Ultrasound | Echolocation
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