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Using fourier analysis, an inverse relationship between the size of cicadas and the frequency of their calls was observed for three species of cicadas in North Carolina.
Researchers at East Carolina University conducted a study of tiger beetle (Megacephela carolina carolina) behavioral responses to simulations of bat echo location calls. Results reveal a host of acoustic startle response behaviors, suggesting that tiger beetles may have evolved hearing organs as a direct result of the hunting pressures exerted by insectivorous bats.