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Ormia Ochracea

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Tympanal mechanics in the parasitoid ¯y Ormia ochracea
The ability of the parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea to distinguish sounds
The parasitic fly Ormia ochracea localizes its host, field crickets, by homing in on their calling song.
THE PARASITOID FLY ORMIA OCHRACEA (DIPTERA
The parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea uses the calling song of its host Gryllus spp. to locate an area inhabited by potential hosts.
Performance analysis of the Ormia ochracea's coupled ears
The Ormia ochracea is able to locate a cricket's mating call despite the small distance between its ears compared with the wavelength.
Phonotaxis in Female Ormia ochracea (Diptera:
Gravid females of Ormia ochracea locate their hosts by homing on their hosts' calling songs. At Gainesville, Florida, O.

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Why It Sucks to be a Male Cricket
The mating song of a male cricket makes them a prime target for Ormia ochracea, the face-hugger alien of the cricket world. O.

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Ormia ochracea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ormia ochracea is a small yellow nocturnal fly, a parasitoid of crickets. It is notable because of its exceptionally acute directional hearing.
NPR - Radio Expeditions: Ormia's Ear
How and why can a particular small fly, Ormia ochracea , hear a cricket -- a feat that's way beyond the capabilities of most flies.
Tympanal mechanics in the parasitoid ¯y Ormia ochracea
The ability of the parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea to distinguish sounds
The parasitic fly Ormia ochracea localizes its host, field crickets, by homing in on their calling song.
Research Part 4: Ormia ochracea larvae - YouTube
Dec 17, 2008 This was filmed through a microscope to give you a sense of how small the maggots are.

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