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Beleyur, Goerlitz2019Modeling active sensing reveals echo detection even in large groups of bats
Belghith, Rioult, Bouzidi2018Acoustic Diversity Classifier for Automated Marine Big Data Analysis
Bell1980Multimodal communication by the black-horned tree cricket, Oecanthus nigricornis (Walker) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
Bell1979Acoustic attraction of herons by crickets
Bellman1988A Field Guide to the Grasshoppers and Crickets of Britain and Northern Europe
Belwood1990The influence of bat predation on calling behavior in neotropical forest katydids (Insecta: Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).
Belwood, Morris1987Bat Predation and Its Influence on Calling Behavior in Neotropical Katydids
Belyk, Schultz, Correia, Beal, Kotz2019Whistling shares a common tongue with speech: bioacoustics from real-time MRI of the human vocal tract
Benech, Jacob, Crawford1997Sound Production and Reproductive Ecology of Strongly Acoustic Fish in Africa: Pollimyrus isidori, Mormyridae
Benediktov2014Vibrational signals of pygmy grasshopper Paratettix uvarovi Semenov, 1915 (Orthoptera: Tetrigoidea) from Teberda (Russia)
Benediktov2009Vibration communication in orthopteroid insects (Orthoptera) from suborder Caelifera
Benediktov, Belyaev2019New data on acoustic signals of Stauroderus scalaris (Orthoptera: Acrididae) from different local populations with a note about its parasite from the genus Blaesoxipha (Diptera: Sarcophagidae)
Benediktov2018Note on acoustic signals of grasshopper males of the genera Epacromius and Platypygius (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Oedipodinae) from Russia and adjacent territories
Bennett, Chesmore, Baker2015Speckled Bush Cricket Data Logger - Project Report
Bensoussan, Tigeot, Lemasson, Meunier-Salaün, Tallet2018Domestic piglets (Sus scrofa domestica) are attentive to human voice and able to discriminate some prosodic features
Bent, Ings2018Anthropogenic noise disrupts mate searching in Gryllus bimaculatus
Bentley, Kutsch1966The neuromuscular mechanism of stridulation in crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae).
Bentley1972Genetic control of the neuronal network generating cricket (Teleogryllus gryllus) song patterns
Benton2012Grashoppers & Crickets
Berger, Sebe2019Propagation of bird vocalizations in the Alpine environment
Bermant, Bronstein, Wood, Gero, Gruber2019Deep Machine Learning Techniques for the Detection and Classification of Sperm Whale Bioacoustics
Bernal, Page, Ryan, Argo, Wilson2009Acoustic radiation patterns of mating calls of the túngara frog (Physalaemus pustuosus): Implications for multiple receivers
Bertkau1879Uber den Tonapparat von Ephippigera vitium
Bertram, Fitzsimmons2011The calling songs of male spring field crickets (Gryllus veletis) change as males age
Bertram, S. Orozco, Bellani2004Temporal Shifts in Conspicuousness: Mate Attraction Displays of the Texas Field Cricket, Gryllus texensis
Beslin, Whitehead, Gero2018Automatic acoustic estimation of sperm whale size distributions achieved through machine recognition of on-axis clicks
Bessey, Bessey1898 Further Notes on Thermometer Crickets
Beugnon1981Orientation of Southern Mole Cricket, Scapteriscus acletus, Landing at a Sound Source
Bhavsar, Stumpner, Heinrich2017Brain regions for sound processing and song release in a small grasshopper
Bird, Richardson, Abels2020Histological Development and Integration of the Zebrafish Weberian Apparatus
Bittencourt, Sousa, Bisi, Lailson-Brito, Azevedo2018Monitoring noise levels and delphinid presence through autonomous acoustic in Rio de Janeiro coastal area
Blackwell, Tervo, Heide-Jørgensen2018Burst-pulses in East Greenland narwhals: Further evidence for unique, individual-specific vocalizations
Blair, Bilton2020The call of the squeak beetle: bioacoustics of Hygrobia hermanni (Fabricius, 1775) revisited (Coleoptera: Hygrobiidae)
Bland1985Field Behavior And Sound Production By The Grasshopper Sphingonotus rubescens (Orthoptera, Acrididae) On Tenerife, Canary Islands
Blondheim1987Factors in the reproductive isolation between Dociostaurus curvicercus, D. jagoi jagoi and D. genei littoralis
Blondheim1972Acoustic Communication and Differences in the Biology of Two Sibling Species of Grasshoppers, Acrotylus insubricus and A. patruelis
Blondheim, Frankenberg1983‘Protest’ Sounds of a Grasshopper: Predator-Deterrent Signal?
Blumstein, Whitaker, Kennen, Bryant2017Do birds differentiate between white noise and deterministic chaos?
Boake1984Male displays and female preferences in the courtship of a gregarious cricket
Boake1984Natural History and Acoustic Behavior of a Gregarious Cricket
Boake, Caparanica1982Aggressive Signal in "Courtship" Chirps of a Gregarious Cricket
Bodson1976La stridulation des cigales. Poésie grecque et réalité entomologique
Bolfarini, Bichuette2015Endecous peruassuensis n. sp. (Orthoptera: Grylloidea: Phalangopsidae) from caves of Eastern Brazil: evidence of isolation in the subterranean realm and discussion about troglomorphisms
Bolgan, Juanes2018How Can We Understand Freshwater Soundscapes Without Fish Sound Descriptions?
Bomans2018Bioacoustic monitoring of New Zealand avifauna before and after aerial 1080 operations
Bopardikar, Sutaria, Sule, Jog, Patankar, Klinck2018Description and classification of Indian Ocean humpback dolphin ( Sousa plumbea ) whistles recorded off the Sindhudurg coast of Maharashtra, India
Borror1954Audio-spectrographic Analysis of the song of the Cone-Headed Grasshopper, Neoconocephalus ensiger (Harris) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
Borzée, Nguyen, Jowers2020Description of the Advertisement and Aggressive Calls of the Enigmatic Trinidad Thin-Toed Frog Leptodactylus nesiotus
Boschetti, De Bastiani, Lingnau, Lucas2019Bioacoustics of Pithecopus rusticus (Anura, Phyllomedusidae): A Rare Species Possibly Threatened with Extinction
L. Botha, Jones, Hopkins2017Effects of lifetime exposure to artificial light at night on cricket ( Teleogryllus commodus ) courtship and mating behaviour


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith