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Subject: Re: Fish vocalizations
From: andy g <>
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 11:14:25 -0700
research and experimentation with the electric elephant nose fish
 'Gnathonemus petersi'. it's the clicks it generates for navigation that
 interest me.
 on this topic can anyone suggest a better way of amplifying this sound than
 just putting a pair of electrodes into the water?
 I wasn't really aware of many other types of vocalisations made by fish and
 would be fascinated to find out more.
 BTW- I'm more of a 'sitter' or 'lurker' on this list. an artist interested
 in bioacoustics rather than a scientist.
 andy g
 p.s. sorry simon - I just noticed I sent this to your personal email instead
 of the list last time.
 On 7/5/04 20:16, "Simon Gadbois" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
 > Hi,
 > Anybody on this list doing work on fish vocalizations?
 > I posted a few months ago about hydrophones.
 > Just curious and looking to discuss specific issues.
 > Thanks,
 > Simon Gadbois
 > ---
 > Simon Gadbois, Ph.D.
 > Psychology/Neuroscience
 > Dalhousie University
 > Halifax, NS
 > Canada, B3H 4J1
 > 902-494-8848
 > Ethology & behavioural endocrinology
 > Canids (foxes, coyotes, wolves) and fishes

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