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The unique purring song of Chrysoperla comanche (Banks), a green lacewing of the rufilabris species group (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)

The unique purring song of Chrysoperla comanche (Banks), a green lacewing of the rufilabris species group (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)

Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 912: 133-142

The courtship song of adults of Chrysoperla comanche, collected in California, was compared with that of C. rufilabris in the laboratory at 20 to 28 degrees C and LD 17:7. The song of C. comanche consisted of a single long (about 15 s) volley of abdominal vibration, producing a substrate-borne signal that steadily increased in amplitude.

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