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Comparison of mating calls and adaptive strategies of Amolops wuyiensis and Odorrana tormotus (Anura) in noise-controlled environments

Fang ZHANG Pan CHEN Shu-Yi ZHAO

Fang ZHANG, Pan CHEN, Shu-Yi ZHAO. Comparison of mating calls and adaptive strategies of Amolops wuyiensis and Odorrana tormotus (Anura) in noise-controlled environments. Zoological Research, 2013, 34(3): 196-203. doi: 10.11813/j.issn.0254-5853.2013.3.0196
Citation: Fang ZHANG, Pan CHEN, Shu-Yi ZHAO. Comparison of mating calls and adaptive strategies of Amolops wuyiensis and Odorrana tormotus (Anura) in noise-controlled environments. Zoological Research, 2013, 34(3): 196-203. doi: 10.11813/j.issn.0254-5853.2013.3.0196

同一噪音环境下武夷湍蛙与凹耳蛙的求偶鸣声特征比较及其适应策略

doi: 10.11813/j.issn.0254-5853.2013.3.0196
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金 (31272326);安徽省教育厅重点项目 (KJ2012A142)
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  • 中图分类号: Q959.5+3; Q437

Comparison of mating calls and adaptive strategies of Amolops wuyiensis and Odorrana tormotus (Anura) in noise-controlled environments

  • 摘要: 为了解同域分布的两种无尾两栖类动物武夷湍蛙 (Amolops wuyiensis)和凹耳蛙 (Odorrana tormotus)在高噪音环境下的求偶鸣声特征及其适应策略,该研究利用超声录音设备录制并分析了繁殖季节武夷湍蛙和凹耳蛙雄性个体在同一噪音环境下的求偶鸣声。结果显示,繁殖期武夷湍蛙在不同时段均能发出3~6个音节数不等的单一鸣声,每个音节由2~10个声脉冲组成,鸣声平均持续时间为2 198.20 ms,主频为2 231.90 Hz,信噪声强差为33.00 dB,且鸣声不含超声组分,不具备超声通讯的基础。凹耳蛙在每天的18:00—21:00有集中鸣叫行为,鸣声平均持续时间为331.80 ms,主频为6 665.50 Hz,信噪声强差为37.00 dB,且鸣声谐波包含超声组分,与前人描述一致。经进一步分析发现,武夷湍蛙和凹耳蛙的鸣声主频和声强均高于背景噪音,噪音不会对其鸣声产生掩蔽作用。通过比较分析得知,武夷湍蛙鸣声主频率<凹耳蛙,推测其声信号传播距离相对后者更远,该蛙在噪音环境下有可能通过调整自身的发声策略(即采用多音节鸣叫声、增加鸣叫时长和鸣叫频次等)来完成种内通讯,并通过改变鸣声时长来体现雄性自身的品质,以便提高对雌性的吸引力。而相同噪音环境下的凹耳蛙则可能采用较为节约能量的方式提高声信号频率的通讯策略,完成种内竞争和交流。
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