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Subject: vibration detectors
From: Jang, Yikweon <>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 08:40:32 -0700
next year. Males of this species tap on the entrance of burrows in which 
females are 
 hiding. After tapping, females may surface to the ground and may mate with 
males. This 
 species is about 1 - 1.5 cm in carapace width. I like to find suitable 
detectors for 
 the tapping signals to be recorded. I would appreciate any information. 
 Yikweon Jang
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