Group Mosquito Auditory Interaction



In this project we focus on two aspects of mosquito behaviour that are central to their reproductive cycle: mate interaction and swarm formation. Much evidence indicates that mosquitoes use sound, specifically that made by the beating wings of their neighbours, as a means to interact with one another. We investigate the role of acoustics in these group behaviours, using empirical, analytical, and computational approaches, based on high-resolution recordings of groups of mosquitoes.
Date made available13 Oct 2017
PublisherUniversity of Bristol


  • Signal processing
  • Hearing
  • Mosquito audition
  • Active audition
  • Bioacoustics

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Aldersley, A. (Creator), Bode, N. (Creator), Robert, D. (Creator), Homer, M. (Creator), Champneys, A. (Creator) (13 Oct 2017). Group Mosquito Auditory Interaction. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.18y1g8gv1ax9o29k55u1b34poh