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Subject: cricket shivers
From: "Rich Peet" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 14:49:41 -0000
Not as interesting as Tiawan, but since things are quiet I will post 
some quiet.

In the past here I have posted Spring Peeper frogs when they go flat 
from the cold at 30F and Katydids changing their calls as they freeze 
out in the 40's.

Here is a standard Cricket heard throughout the US.  Many here know a 
whole lot more about these little critters than I do. Like maybe 
their formal name.

Between 46 and 49 degrees they get very quiet in their calls, ok 
stridulations.  I got a few chirps at a couple degrees colder but 
then he was so quiet that the background is unpleasant to listen too 
even recorded at 4 feet.  Linked is when the chirps change and split 
into two, just before quit time.

200kb download.



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