Crustaceans need ears too!

A preponderance of marine bioacoustic work has been focused on marine mammals – whales, dolphins, and pinnipeds. This is in large part due to the “charismatic megafauna” paradigm where big, complicated animals with recognizable expressions attract most human interest. While fish – particularly large or colorful species can capture our attention under this same rubric, […]

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Acoustic Communication by Animals

Chorusing is usually defined as “acoustic signaling produced collectively by a group of individuals whose activity is clustered in both space and time. It would be nice to expand the definition to cover the possible purpose of chorusing behavior for animals.

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