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Mhatre, Natasha and Malkin, Robert and Deb, Rittik and Balakrishnan, Rohini and Robert, Daniel (2017) Tree crickets optimize the acoustics of baffles to exaggerate their mate-attraction signal. In: ELIFE, 6 .

Raghuram, Hanumanthan and Deb, Rittik and Nandi, Diptarup and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2015) Silent katydid females are at higher risk of bat predation than acoustically signalling katydid males. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 282 (1798).

Deb, Rittik and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2014) The opportunity for sampling: the ecological context of female mate choice. In: BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY, 25 (4). pp. 967-974.

Jain, Manjari and Diwakar, Swati and Bahuleyan, Jimmy and Deb, Rittik and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2014) A rain forest dusk chorus: cacophony or sounds of silence? In: EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY, 28 (1). pp. 1-22.

Deb, Rittik and Bhattacharya, Monisha and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2012) Females of a tree cricket prefer larger males but not the lower frequency male calls that indicate large body size. In: ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, 84 (1). pp. 137-149.

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