This book considers research on insect acoustic behaviour from two
divergent approaches to insect behaviour. The first approach
involves the current rediscovery of sexual selection and involves
the testing of many hypotheses concerning the relative importance
of different behavioural strategies to the fitness of the
individual. The other approach considers the role of specific
neurones within the insect's auditory system. This book aims to
integrate these aspects of evolutionary biology and
neurophysiology. The book discusses the role of sound in the life
and life-cycle of insects and includes a discussion of mate
recognition, chorusing, calling and listening.
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