Calling energetics of a neotropical treefrog, Hyla microcephala View Full Text


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1989-07

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Kentwood D. Wells, Theodore L. Taigen

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We investigated the calling energetics of Hyla microcephala, a neotropical treefrog with an unusually complex vocal repertoire. Males respond to the calls of other individuals by adding secondary click notes to their calls, thereby increasing the total number of notes given per minute. Rates of oxygen consumption of males calling in metabolic chambers were 0.41–2.80 ml O2/(g·h), corresponding to calling rates of 205–6330 notes/h. Note rate explained 95% of the variance in meta-bolic rate; the effect of variation in body size and temperature was small. Data from playback experiments with males in the field showed that note rate increased as as the number of notes in a stimulus call increased, and this resulted in substantial increases in the cost of calling. Average metabolic rates for males in the field were about 1.7 ml O2/(g·h), for a net cost of calling of about 20 J/h for an average-size male. However, estimated metabolic rates varied by more than 300% and were strongly influenced by the proximity and calling activity of other males in the chorus. Male H. microcephala appear to conserve energy by reducing calling rates when only a few males are active and increasing calling efforts only when vocal competition among males is intense. More... »

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