2018-09-05Audio DOI: 10.18452/19391
Calls of the Peloridiidae species Oiophysa cumberi, audio recording
Zahlreiche akustische Signale, die von einem Männchen der Peloridiidae-Art Oiophysa cumberi erzeugt wurden, das sich zusammen mit einem Weibchen in einem Gefäß befand.Multiple calls produced by a male of the Peloridiidae-species Oiophysa cumberi that was sitting in the same vial with a female of that species.
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Recorded at room temperature on 12.02.2013, ca. 12:44-13:44 in Berlin, Germany; in the dark acoustics chamber (a separate soundproof compartment) with the door open (closed door seemed to cause a rise in the ambient temperature). Polytec PDV100 vibrometer and a Roland digital recorder (sampling rate: 44100 Hz, bit depth: 16 bit), settings: Velo = 20, LP = 5, HP = Y. Male and female, collected by George Gibbs in Tararua Forest Park (North Island, New Zealand) in January 2013. Specimens kept in a small (ca. 7x7x4 cm) closed plastic dish on a mixture of their native mosses (mostly Ptychomnion aciculare) and a little of the fresh Bryum bicolor from Berlin; mosses were wet. The vibrometer laser beam was sent through the plastic lid of the dish and reflected from a piece of a foil glued to the moss plant where the specimens were sitting.