Nata¹a Stritih Peljhan
Nata¹a Stritih Peljhan
Research associate, National Institute of Biology, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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TitleCited byYear
The structure and function of songs emitted by southern green stink bugs from Brazil, Florida, Italy and Slovenia
A C·okl, M Virant‐Doberlet, N Stritih
Physiological Entomology 25 (2), 196-205, 2000
The influence of substrate on male responsiveness to the female calling song in Nezara viridula
N Miklas, N Stritih, A Èokl, M Virant-Doberlet, M Renou
Journal of Insect Behavior 14 (3), 313-332, 2001
Mating behaviour and vibratory signalling in non-hearing cave crickets reflect primitive communication of Ensifera
N Stritih, A Èokl
PloS one 7 (10), e47646, 2012
Vibratory interneurons in the non-hearing cave cricket indicate evolutionary origin of sound processing elements in Ensifera
N Stritih, A Stumpner
Zoology 112 (1), 48-68, 2009
Temporal and spectral properties of the songs of the southern green stink bug Nezara viridula (L.) from Slovenia
A Èoki, M Virant-Doberlet, N Stritih
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 439 (7), R168-R170, 2000
The subgenual organ complex in the cave cricket Troglophilus neglectus (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae): comparative innervation and sensory evolution
J Strauß, N Stritih, R Lakes-Harlan
Royal Society open science 1 (2), 140240, 2014
Anatomy and physiology of a set of low‐frequency vibratory interneurons in a nonhearing ensiferan (Troglophilus neglectus, Rhaphidophoridae)
N Stritih
Journal of Comparative Neurology 516 (6), 519-532, 2009
The role of frequency in vibrational communication of Orthoptera
N Stritih, A Èokl
Studying vibrational communication, 375-393, 2014
Green stink bug Nezara viridula detects differences in amplitude between courtship song vibrations at stem and petiolus
N Stritih, M Virant-Doberlet, A Èokl
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 439 (7), R190-R192, 2000
Vibratory songs of hybrids from Brazilian and Slovenian populations of the green stink bug Nezara viridula
M Virant-Doberlet, A Èokl, N Stritih
Pflügers Archiv 439 (1), r196-r198, 2000
Novel, male-produced aggregation pheromone of the cerambycid beetle Rosalia alpina, a priority species of European conservation concern
A® Kosi, Y Zou, M Hoskovec, A Vrezec, N Stritih, JG Millar
PloS one 12 (8), e0183279, 2017
The accessory organ, a scolopidial sensory organ, in the cave cricket Troglophilus neglectus (Orthoptera: Ensifera: Rhaphidophoridae)
J Strauß, N Stritih
Acta Zoologica 97 (2), 187-195, 2016
Communication through plants in a narrow frequency window
A Èokl, M Zoroviæ, A® Kosi, N Stritih, M Virant-Doberlet
Studying vibrational communication, 171-195, 2014
Substrate-borne vibratory communication
A Coki, RA Laumam, N Stritih
Stinkbugs, 125-164, 2017
Diversity of Orthoptera in the southwestern Karst-region of Slovenia with notes on acoustics and species identification
A Stumpner, N Stritih, O Mai, S Bradler
Acta Entomol Slov 23, 5-20, 2015
Response properties, morphology and topographical organisation of the vibratory neurones in the prothoracic ganglion of the cave cricket Troglophilus neglectus Krauss …
N Stritih
PgD thesis, University of Ljubljana, 2006
Neuronal regression of internal leg vibroreceptor organs in a cave-dwelling insect (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae: Dolichopoda araneiformis)
J Strauß, N Stritih
Brain, behavior and evolution 89 (2), 104-116, 2017
Signaling by Protrusive Scent Glands in Cave Crickets, Troglophilus neglectus Krauss (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae), is Primarily Involved in Male-male Agonism
N Stritih
Journal of insect behavior 27 (3), 317-332, 2014
Tremulation signalling and sensory neuroanatomy of cave crickets (Rhaphidophoridae: Troglophilus) are consistent with ancestral vibrational communication in Ensifera
N Stritih, J Strauß
Mitt Dtsch Ges allg angew Ent 20, 333-336, 2015
The mechanical leg response to vibration stimuli in cave crickets and implications for vibrosensory organ functions
NS Peljhan, J Strauß
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 204 (7), 687-702, 2018
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