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Male specimens collected from Turkey, Tokat, Çamlıbel Geçidi, 1960 m., 02.VIII.2011 (by M.S. Taylan) and calling song recorded from three males at 30 °C in the field which is type locality of species (by M.S. Taylan).
Description of song
Six records from three males were examined. The calling song consists of a series of regular phrases (Figure 7b) with an interval of 522–845 ms (612 ± 0.09). Phrase durations vary between 220–304 ms (265 ± 0.02) and phrases consist of 5–8 (6.35 ± 0.63) syllables. Syllables consist of several high amplitudes elements (Figure 5d). These elements number is always uncountable in first syllable, 9–13 in second syllable and 17–24 (generally 20–22) in following syllables. The phrase begins with 2–3 low amplitude syllables and the maximum intensity is usually reached between 3/8–3/5 of the phrase (Figure 7c, 7d). Syllable duration varies between 23 and 43 ms (35.01 ± 5.78) with an interval of 0–3 ms (2.21 ± 0.17).
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