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Males collected from İzmir, Bozdağ, Günalan yaylası-millik mevkii, 38°21.110'N, 28°06.245'E, 1545 m, 15.VI.2010 (by D. Şirin) and calling song recorded from two males at 26 °C in laboratory (by D. Şirin).
Description of song
Eight records from two males were analyzed. The calling song consists of sequences of polysyllabic phrases of different duration (Figure 2b, 2c), each of the phrases repeated regularly and lasting 94–150 ms (124 ± 0.03). Amplitudes of syllables getting louder from the first syllable to last one (Figure 2d). Therefore general song type of the phrase is typical crescendo. The number of syllables within 100 ms is 29–40 (34.62 ± 2.21) (Figure 2d). Syllable duration varies between 2 and 5 ms (3.67 ± 0.34) with an interval of 0–1 ms (0.56 ± 0.06).
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