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8 results for "Sauterelle" - Most at least downloaded

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- Nocturnal insects 4
Nocturnal insects. Wind in a hedge. Harvesters and roads in the distance. At 1 am on July 30, 2019 in France. UCS Category: AMBRurl. Duration: 02:31.
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- Field cricket
Singing a field cricket. Present in France, the field cricket digs a hole in the sunny plains and sings to seduce the female. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:36.
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- Singing insect 2
An insect, such as a cricket or locust, sings. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:45.
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- Singing insect 1
An insect, such as a cricket or locust, sings. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:27.
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- Insect song
Song of an insect. A locust or grasshopper. It must be identified and photographed. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:22.
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- Nocturnal insect 3
Song of unidentified nocturnal insect. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:23.
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- Nocturnal insect 1
Nocturnal insect 1. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:03.
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- Nocturnal insect 2
Nocturnal insect 2. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:14.
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