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Male specimens collected from Turkey, Malatya, Yeşilyurt, Gündüzbey–Adıyaman yolu, Bürücek Yaylası, 38°11.425'N, 38°19.102'E, 1862 m, 02.VI.2010 (by D. Şirin), Doğanşehir, Çığlık, Gürobası köyü üstleri, 38°05.138'N, 37°58.576'E, 1791 m, 04.VII.2012 (by D. Şirin & A. Mol) and calling song recorded from three males at 32 °C in laboratory (by D. Şirin).
Description of song
Eight records from three males were evaluated. The calling song consists of a series of phrases (Figure 9b) with an interval 256–693 ms (392 ± 0.13). Phrases are consisting of 9–13 (10.40 ± 0.98) syllables. The phrase begins with a quiet syllable (Figure 9c). Oscillographic analyses showed that each phrase involves a few couples of syllables (Figure 9d). Syllable couple duration varies between 50–72 ms (61.61 ± 4.79) with an interval of 2–5 ms (3.24 ± 0.97). First syllable in these couples lasts 23–33 ms (28.23 ± 1.93) and contains a quieter beginning part (6–8 ms (7.17 ± 0.77)) and a louder part (17–22 ms (21.52 ± 2.33)). First syllable in these couples is followed by a second syllable (except first syllable). Duration of the second syllable varies between 32–42 ms (34.85 ± 2.33).
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