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Three new papers on insect communication and movement

Mikkel Brydegaard and Samuel Jansson have recently published three papers on various ascpects of insect communication and movement, together with different national and international collaborators.
Mosquitos

In the paper "Multiband modulation spectroscopy for the determination of sex and species of mosquitoes in flight" Gebry et al. show the potential for remotely distinguishing mosquito species and sexes. To the paper in Journal of Biophotonics

Jansson and Brydegaard also show how to do entomological laser radar without a laser in "Passive kHz lidar for the quantification of insect activity and dispersal". Published in Animal Biotelemetry

How dragonflies could communicate using narrow band polarized coherent light flashes over distances is shown by Brydegaard et al. in "Can the narrow red bands of dragonflies be used to perceive winginterference patterns?", published in Ecology and Evolution
 

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