2018-09-05Audio DOI: 10.18452/19392
Calls of the Peloridiidae species Peloridium hammoniorum, audio recording
Zahlreiche akustische Signale, die von einem Männchen der Peloridiidae-Art Peloridium hammoniorum erzeugt wurden, das sich zusammen mit einem Weibchen in einem Gefäß befand.Multiple calls produced by a male of the Peloridiidae-species Peloridium hammoniorum that was sitting in the same vial with a conspecific female.
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Recorded at room temperature on 02.04.2014, ca. 12:47-14:46 in Berlin, Germany; in the dark acoustics chamber with the door closed. Polytec PDV100 vibrometer and a Roland digital recorder (sampling rate: 44100 Hz, bit depth: 16 bit), settings: Velo = 20, LP = 22, HP = Y. Male and female, collected by the author at Estacion Biologica Senda Darwin (Ancud, Isla Grande de Chiloé, Region X, Los Lagos, Chile), at the location "Makropter" in February 2014. Specimens kept in a small (ca. 7x7x4 cm) closed plastic dish on their native moss Polytrichadelphus magellanus; moss was 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.