20 s of calling song; male from Nassau Co., Fla.; 24.7°C. (WTL584-8)
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Sound spectrogram of 5 s of calling at 24.7°C (from WTL584-8). Dominant frequency 3.0 kHz.
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Song at 25°C:
A melodious trill interrupted briefly at intervals of 5 sec or less. Interruptions are not synchronized, so when several males are calling the sound becomes continuous. Pulse rate 71/sec; frequency 3.0 kHz. Easily confused with the songs of two-spotted and Davis's tree crickets, but trills by these species are interrupted at longer intervals and have faster pulse rates.