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Vibroacoustic Properties in Moth Wings
The cabbage tree emperor moth has scaled wings that provide acoustic camouflage. The cover image shows the refraction and reflection of a sound wave off the moth's body and wings. By absorbing the ultra­sonic waves of the bats on its wings, the moth becomes acoustically invisible. (Image by Lsadonkey – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons, Background: COMSOL).    

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