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Although the mammalian larynx exhibits little structural variation compared to sound-producing organs in other taxa ͑birds or insects͒, there are some morphological features which could lead to significant differences in acoustic functioning, such as air sacs and vocal membranes. The vocal membrane ͑or "vocal lip"͒ is a thin upward extension of the vocal fold that is present in many bat and primate species. The vocal membrane was modeled as an additional geometrical element in a two-mass modeldoi:10.1121/1.426735 pmid:10089619 fatcat:nsvysnaofvb2xms3764xdgtb4q