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Document Type

Grand Teton National Park Report

First Page

85

Last Page

91

Abstract

Cyphoderris strepitans, is a primitive orthopteran which survives only in the mountains of Wyoming and Colorado (Morris and Gwynne 1978). The males rub their forewings together to produce a calling song. This stridulation is presumed to function, as in other acoustic Orthoptera, in attracting conspecific fema1es for mating and in maintaining a broadcast territory around each singer.

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