Sexava Nubila Behavioral Analysis In Every Changes Of Imitation Sound From Level Of Intensity

Bahrun ., Jootje Warouw, Sartje.J. Rondonuwu, Max Tulung


Sexava Nubila is a native Indonesian  insect who live in Eastern part of Indonesia, particularly in areas of Talaud Islands in North Sulawesi and a coconut pests that harm farmers so that needs to be eradicated, the insect to be an insect pest is a young insect (nymphs). Sexava Nubila while doing activities such as mating using sound to the opposite sex and they are active at night, the insect which emit sound  is male and the female no wheezes. These insects are active at night starting at 18.00 until 05.00, for male insects produce sounds up both wings to with intensity levels ranging from 50-70 dB in the measurement results using a sound level meter and recorded using VOICE RECORDER. Nubila sexava sound is modified into a tool that can be applied to sound nubila sexava  to see how the behavior of females after listening to the sound of this modification.

Keywords: aids sound,  Sexava Nubila, intensity

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