Tettigoniidae

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Tettigoniidae

[‚ted·ə·gə′nī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of insects in the order Orthoptera which have long antennae, hindlegs fitted for jumping, and an elongate, vertically flattened ovipositor; consists of the longhorn or green grasshopper.
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For Archaboilus, as for living bushcricket species, singing constitutes a key component of mate attraction.
It was only when he went to investigate that he found a Bushcricket, the very first ever seen in Solihull.
The Roesel's Bushcricket, which is green and brown with a short fat body and long back legs, was spotted in Lavender Hall Park in Balsall Common and in Hillfields Park.
Warchalowska-Sliwa E, Grzywacz B, Maryanska-Nadachowska A, Karamysheva T, Heller K-G, Lehmann AW, Lehmann GUC, Chobanov DP (2013) Molecular and classical chromosomal techniques reveal diversity in bushcricket genera of Barbitistini (Orthoptera).
For example, male Australian bushcrickets (Kwanaphila mirla) have a reproductive timeout period that is approximately six times shorter than that of females.
With the discovery of the Roesel's Bushcricket and the Long-Winged Conehead, experts predict more could be living in and around the borough.
Male bushcrickets, or katydids, advertising for mates in botanical environments in which their acoustic signals can rapidly attenuate are known to either position themselves at a height in the vegetation so as to minimize impedence effects, and/or to cluster more closely together in response to abbreviated detectability ranges (Romer, 1993).
Copulatory courtship by bushcricket genital titillators revealed by functional morphology, mCT scanning for 3D reconstruction and female sense structures.
Acoustic cues for female choice in bushcrickets (Tettigoniidae).
Female reply strategies in a duetting Australian bushcricket, Caedicia sp.
Eavesdropping and defensive auditory masking in an Australian bushcricket, Caedicia (Phaneropterinae: Tettigoniidae: Orthoptera).
Song recognition by temporal cues in a group of closely related bushcricket species (genus Tettigonia).