Katydids' Weird Ears Could Lead to Ultrasensitive Microphones, Lincoln University Study

Published: Apr 08, 2013

A thorough understanding of the South American bushcricket’s small ear could lead to the development of ultrasensitive microphones. Following the discovery of a previously unidentified hearing organ in the insect’s ear, a scientist from Lincoln University will now study the role of this auditory vesicle in hearing sensitivity.

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