Complex auditory behaviour emerges from simple reactive steering
The recognition and localization og sound signals is imp for acoustic communication.
Complex neural mechanisms are thought to underlie the processing of species-specific sound patterns even in those
with simple auditory systems.
This paper shows that when walking and flying each sound pulse of the communication signal releases a rapid
Therefore, auditory orientation emerges from reactive motor responses to individual sound
Crickets communicate with stereotyped patterns of constant frequency sound pulses. Hence,