male & female
|23 s of calling song [1.96MB]; male from Sabrino Canyon, Pima Co., Ariz.; 26.6°C. (WTL526-2a)|
|6 s of calling song [245KB]; same as above but truncated and downsampled.|
|25 s of calling song [2.34MB]; male from Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles Co., Calif.; 23.1°C. Recording by D.A. Gray, used by permission.|
|In the latter part of this recording another male is making loud ticks as the subject male calls. The loud ticks may be courtship, because a female was present.|
|30 s of calling song [2.50MB]; male from Santa Anna River, Riverside Co., Calif.; 24.7°C. (WTL1968-56)|
Sound spectrogram of 12 s of calling at 26.6°C (from WTL526-2a).
Dominant frequency of initial ticks, 8.0 kHz; of trill, 7.5 increasing to 7.7 kHz.
Click on first half of spectrogram to hear graphed song.
Click on last 3 seconds to expand last 0.5 s of spectrographic image.
This species may have spread eastward from its original distribution (see Neonemobius nr. mormonius).
n. Fla. seasonal data.
Nomenclature: OSF (Orthoptera Species File Online)