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Cicadas and Crickets / Cigales et Grillons

By: Jean-Claude Roché(Author), Jean Thévenet(Author)
Runtime: 74 min
Cicadas and Crickets / Cigales et Grillons
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On this CD are the songs of more than 60 species of crickets, cicadas and other singing insects, as well as insect concerts from very different parts of the world. The listener will discover the incredible variety of rhythm and tone given by these small animals during their "courtship songs". Male insects have developed, during their evolution, fantastic sound communications intended to seduce and win over females. In certain species of Orthoptera, females also chirp, male and female may be found calling together.

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By: Jean-Claude Roché(Author), Jean Thévenet(Author)
Runtime: 74 min
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