Lone & Pair Mosquito Auditory Interaction

In this project we focus on two aspects of mosquito behaviour that are central to their reproductive cycle: mate interaction and swarm formation. Much evidence indicates that mosquitoes use sound, specifically that made by the beating wings of their neighbours, as a means to interact with one another. We investigate the role of acoustics in these group behaviours, using empirical, analytical, and computational approaches, based on high-resolution recordings of individuals and groups of mosquitoes.

Creator(s) Martin Homer, Alan Champneys, Andrew Aldersley, Daniel Robert
Funder Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Publication date 23 Nov 2015
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.1a44saul2ijj31u0raipvlims6
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/tar/1a44saul2ijj31u0raipvlims6.zip
Citation Martin Homer, Alan Champneys, Andrew Aldersley, Daniel Robert (2015): Lone & Pair Mosquito Auditory Interaction. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.1a44saul2ijj31u0raipvlims6
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