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Stridulation Strid`u*la"tion, n. The act of stridulating. Specifically: (Zo["o]l.) (a) The act of making shrill sounds or musical notes by rubbing together certain hard parts, as is done by the males of many insects, especially by Orthoptera, such as crickets, grasshoppers, and locusts. (b) The noise itself. Note: The crickets stridulate by rubbing together the strong nervures of the fore wings. Many grasshoppers stridulate by rubbing the hind legs across strong nervures on the fore wings. The green grasshoppers and katydids stridulate by means of special organs at the base of the fore wings.

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- stridulation is the act of producing sound by rubbing together certain body parts sounds produced by stridulation include chirp and chirrup.
- in grasshopper s and crickets, this is achieved by stridulation . cicada s make the loudest sounds among the insects by producing and
- pectoral stridulation has been considered to be the main means of agonistic communication towards predators in channel catfish sudden,
- the males of tettigoniids have sound-producing organs (via stridulation ) located on the hind angles of their front wings. of stridulation.
- some species can stridulate however, unlike stridulation in the theraphosid selenocosmiinae, barychelid stridulation, based as it is on
- many insects in this order produce sound (known as a 'stridulation ') by rubbing their wings against each other or their legs, the wings
- the chelicerae serve as jaws and in many species also are used for stridulation . unlike scorpions, solifugids do not have a third tagma
- some galeodes species are able to produce sounds by stridulation. these are usually raspy or hiss-like and may be imitations of the sounds
- initially, crickets were kept for their 'songs' (stridulation ). in the early 12th century the chinese people began holding cricket
- the sound emitted by crickets is commonly referred to as chirping; the scientific name is stridulation . only the male crickets chirp

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