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Auteur Parmentier, E; Raick, X; Lecchini, D; Boyle, K; Van Wassenbergh, S; Bertucci, F; Kéver, L url  doi
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  Titre Unusual sound production mechanism in the triggerfish Rhinecanthus aculeatus (Balistidae) Type Article scientifique
  Année (down) 2017 Publication Journal of Experimental Biology Revue Abrégée J Exp Biol  
  Volume 220 Numéro Pages 186-193  
  Mots-Clés Acoustic; sound production; swimbladder  
  Résumé The ability to produce sounds has been known for decades in Balistidae. Sounds of many species have been recorded and a variety of sound producing mechanisms have been proposed including teeth stridulation, collision of buccal teeth, and movements of the fins. The best supported hypothesis involves movements of the pectoral fins against the lateral parts of the swimbladder called a drumming membrane. In this study, we describe for the first time the sounds made by the Blackbar triggerfish Rhinecanthus aculeatus that sound like short drum rolls with an average duration of 85 ms, 193 Hz dominant frequency and 136 dB SPL level at 3 cm distance. Sounds are a series of pulses that result from alternate sweeping movements of the right and left pectoral fins, which push a system of three scutes that are forced against the swimbladder wall. Pulses from each fin occur in consecutive pairs. High-speed videos indicate that each pulse consists in two cycles. The first part of each cycle corresponds to the inward buckling of the scutes whereas the second part of the cycle corresponds to an apparent passive recoil of the scutes and swimbladder wall. This novel sound production mechanism is likely found in many members of Balistidae because these peculiar scutes are found in other species in the family. Comparison of sound characteristics from fishes of different sizes shows that dominant frequency decreases with size in juveniles but not in adults.  
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