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Re: insects sound libraries

To: Gianni Pavan <>
Subject: Re: insects sound libraries
From: Fernando Montealegre-Z <>
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:54:36 +0000
Dear Gianni,
There is a data base with sounds of Orthoptera insects: DORSA

Contact Klaus Riede for more information:

You can also access “Singing insects of North America” created by Thomas Walker:



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On 16 Oct 2018, at 16:40, Gianni Pavan <> wrote:

hi all, I'm searching sound libraries dedicated to insects or with important sections about insects. At present I'm mostly searching for online resources, but I'm also interested in published disks.

The few I found until now are: (with related links to other cicada's sites)

do you know other relevant sound libraries with inspect sounds ?


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