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Male specimens collected from Turkey, Erzincan, Kemaliye, Ocak köyü, 39°08.732'N, 38°35'.296'E, 1485 m, 3.VII.2012 (by D. Şirin & A. Mol) and calling song recorded from one male at 32 °C in laboratory (by D. Şirin).
Description of song
Eight records from one male were evaluated. The calling song consists of a series of regular phrases (Figure 3b) each of which lasting 138–168 ms (152 ± 0.01) and consisting of 3–5 (4.01 ± 0.37) syllables. Syllables generally consist two uneven parts (Figure 3c, 3d). The number of syllables in 100 ms is 2.5–3 (2.62 ± 0.02). The first syllable at the beginning of the phrase is quieter (lower amplitude) than other syllables (Figure 3c, 3d). Syllable duration varies between 17 and 36 ms (29.25 ± 4.15) with an interval of 0–13 ms (5.22 ± 1.78).
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