Â© The katytid has made a bid To listen with its shins,15 And though they chat a hungry bat Very seldom wins. In bee and ï¬y new rules apply â Not pressure but the motion. Such nearï¬eld sounds move hairs around16 Like seaweeds in the ocean. The dancing bee just cannot see (the hive is dark and loud). But nearï¬eld sound helps those around To hear her in the crowd.17 An amârous fruit ï¬y paying suit Wafts air at her antennae.18 His lovesongâs sweet and so discreet â For one and not the many. Mosquitoes who set out to woo Can quickly ï¬nd a mate. Her wingbeat is the rate that his Antennae resonate.19 Tachinid ï¬ies use a surprise To locate cricket song.20 Their baseline ought not be so short But works as if itâs long! This list is long, the contrasts strong And may go on for ever. And so we end with no clear trendâ For Nature is so clever.21
Microscopy Research and Technique – Wiley
Published: Mar 15, 2005
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