In spiny lobsters such as Panulirus argus, stridulation
occurs during the struggle to escape octopus predation (Bouwma and Herrnkind, 2009).
Sound production in Scolytidae: Stridulation
by female Dendroctonus beetles.
Anterior telopods (Figs 3E-G): Harp with two strongly pronounced stridulation
ribs--one long and well pronounced rib located mesally of a less pronounced and shorter one.
Experimental study of defensive stridulation
in Mygalopsis ferruginea Redtenbacher (Orthoptera-Tettigoniidae).
new localities, stridulation
, Macedonia, occurrence
Lourenco (1986) considered the stridulation
organ to be synapomorphic for Rhopalurus, a hypothesis that has yet to be tested cladistically.
has been identified in many coleopteran families (Wessel 2006) but relatively more is known about the morphology of the stridulatory organs in most of these species than about the acoustic characteristics and behavioral roles of the signals.
There may be stridulation
, tymbal, and percussional vibration (Claridge 1985; Hoy and Robert 1996; Gogala 2006; Hoch et al.
9:45 BEHAVIORAL ROLE OF STRIDULATION
IN THE ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION OF THE BLACK IMPORTED FIRE ANT, SOLENOPSIS RICHTERI FOREL
Relation of sexual dimorphism in the wings, potential stridulation
and illumination to mating of oriental fruit fly, melon flies, and Mediterranean fruit fly in Hawaii.
Seahorse clicks could come from a stridulation
, an underwater version of a cricket's sound, the researchers suggest.
Many catfishes produce stridulation
and swimbladder sounds when disturbed (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), although the role of catfish sound production in intraspecific contexts has not been widely studied (7, 8).