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Directionality of the cricket ear: a property of the tympanal membrane



Directionality of the cricket ear: a property of the tympanal membrane



Naturwissenschaften 71(10): 538-540



A laboratory study carried out in Denmark using Gryllus campestris indicated that tympanal membrane motion (of the posterior or anterior tympanal membrane) is necessary not only for hearing, but also for directional hearing in crickets.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00455648


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