Crickets and Katydids, Concerts and Solos

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Harvard University Press, 1992 - Science - 140 pages
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"Vincent Dethier shows us how to listen for sound in fields, edges, and woods and to become aware of the movements that accompany sound...We learn from his sounds what kind of person, capable of this kind of interest and care, is attending to our minds. His own sound becomes part of the community of sound common to most, if not nearly all, life, so we are doubly trained to hear, and we become doubly committed to understanding and caring for all forms of life."--A. R. Ammons, from the foreword

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The Sphagnum Cricket
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Meadow Grasshoppers
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M. Lee Goff is the Coordinator of the Forensic Sciences Program and Professor of Forensic Sciences at Chaminade University of Honolulu.

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