Orthoptera of North Carolina
References used in the Orthoptera website
AUTHORChen, D., Yuan, Z., Du, J. and Chen, H.
TITLEAcoustic properties in sounds of the eastern striped cricket,{\\sl Velarifictorus micado}(Saussure) and their biological implications
SOURCEKun chong xue bao. Acta entomologica Sinica, 48(1):82-89
ANY ADDITIONAL INFOEastern Striped Cricket here refers to Velarifictorus micado, not Myiogryllus
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