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 Two-spotted Field-cricket  Gryllus bimaculatus

 [Southern Field Cricket/Mediterranean Field Cricket]


  

Two-spotted Field-cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus)  Fraser Simpson

female Two-spotted Field-cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus), captive reared stock, Nov 2021

 

 

Two-spotted Field-cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus)  Fraser Simpson

male Two-spotted Field-cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus), captive reared stock, Nov 2021

 

 

  

  Sonogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) song

Indoor recording in terrarium  4 December 2021  01:00

Sonogram of calling song/stridulation from a captive bred Gryllus bimaculatus. Sold as 'Black Cricket'.

Each echeme composed of 2-6 syllables with the dominant frequencies between 4.0 and 4.5 kHz. Recorded at 20.5C ambient room temperature.

[File name: southernfieldcricket118015a] Click here for the MP3 file


     

 Oscillogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) song

Oscillogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) song

Indoor recording in terrarium  4 December 2021  01:00

Oscillogram of calling song/stridulation from a captive bred Gryllus bimaculatus. Sold as 'Black Cricket'.

Each echeme composed of 2-6 syllables with the dominant frequencies between 4.0 and 4.5 kHz. Recorded at 20.5C ambient room temperature.

 

 

  Sonogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) stridulation

Indoor recording in terrarium  4 December 2021  01:35

Sonogram of stridulation from a captive bred Gryllus bimaculatus male during an agressive encounter with another male. Sold as 'Black Cricket'.

Each echeme composed of up to 15 syllables with the dominant frequencies between 4.0 and 4.5 kHz. Recorded at 20.5C ambient room temperature.

[File name: southernfieldcricket118015b] Click here for the MP3 file


     

 Oscillogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) stridulation

Oscillogram of Southern Field Cricket (Two-spotted Field-cricket) stridulation

Indoor recording in terrarium  4 December 2021  01:35

Oscillogram of stridulation from a captive bred Gryllus bimaculatus male during an agressive encounter with another male.

Each echeme composed of up to 15 syllables with the dominant frequencies between 4.0 and 4.5 kHz. Recorded at 20.5C ambient room temperature.

 

 


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