Bushcricket duets combine discreet vibrations with sound to elude predators

Males and females of a rainforest-dwelling bushcricket species have evolved to seek one another out through a novel combination of low-frequency calls and vibratory signals, flying under the radar of watchful predators.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://indiabioscience.org/news/2015/bushcricket-duets-combine-discreet-vibrations-with-sound-to-elude-predators.