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By: W Bailey
240 pages, 69 illus
An account of the current research on sound communication in insects, with a particular emphasis on the importance of this method of communication in their evolutionary life-history. Combining neurophysiological with behavioural studies, the book also looks at the significance of sound to the animals' ecology, behaviour and evolution.
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