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Resolving the identification of weak‐flying insects during flight: a coupling between rigorous data processing and biology
Agricultural and Forest Entomology
1 Bioacoustic methods play an increasingly important role for the detection of insects in a range of surveillance and monitoring programmes. 2 Weak-flying insects evade detection because they do not yield sufficient audio information to capture wingbeat and harmonic frequencies. These inaudible insects often pose a significant threat to food security as pests of key agricultural crops worldwide. 3 Automatic detection of such insects is crucial to the future of crop protection by providingdoi:10.1111/afe.12453 fatcat:knh76fop35hrvjhossjcixpfai