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Endemic for Turkey, widespread in central Anatolia (Figure 15a) (Ünal 2011).
Male specimens collected from Turkey, Tokat, Çamlıbel, Artova yol ayrımı, 40°09.680'N, 35°54.309'E, 1280 m, 17. VII. 2004, (by A. Mol) and calling song recorded from two males at 32.8 °C in the field (by A. Mol).
Description of song
Total of five records from two males was examined. The calling song consists of polysyllabic sequences of variable duration (Figure 15b) with an interval of 5.80–8.02 s (mean 6.82). Sequences are consisting of 215–350 (262 ± 38.76) syllables. Nearly all syllables are in same amplitude (Figure 15c); rarely syllables in begin or end point of sequences are in low amplitude. General syllables shape is a kind of crescendo (Figure 15d). Syllable period durations vary between 21 and 28 ms (25.68 ± 1.89). The number of syllables in 100 ms is approximately four (Figure 15d). Each syllable includes 14–23 impulses (16 ± 2.14).
- Şirin, D; Taylan, M; Mol, A; 2014: First song descriptions of some Anatolian species of Tettigoniidae Krauss, 1902 (Orthoptera, Ensifera) ZooKeys, 369: 1-24. doi
- Ünal M (2011) Taxonomic review of the subfamily Bradyporinae (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Bradyporini; Ephippigerini) of Turkey, with description of new species and the relationship of the taxa. Zootaxa 2899: 1-42.