Friedrich Ladich

Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr.

Phone: +43-1-4277-542 27
Mail: friedrich.ladich[at]

Research interests

My research focuses on acoustic communication in fishes. The work covers sound generating organs and their neuronal control, the design of acoustic signals, acoustical behavior, the significance of sounds, and the perception of sounds. The latter includes the inner ear structure, the auditory periphery, hearing sensitivity, the ability to detect temporal patterns and encode conspecific sounds, and the effects of ambient and anthropogenic noise on hearing and communication.


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Schulz-Mirbach, T, Metscher, B, Hess, M & Ladich, F 2013, Do swim bladder specializations in cichlids correlate with modified inner ear morphology? in 50 Years of Underwater Bioacoustics. 50 Years of Underwater Bioacoustics, Sarasota, United States, 25/05/13.

Ladich, F 2013, Effects of noise on sound detection and acoustic communication in fishes. in H Brumm (ed.), Animal Communication and Noise, Animal Signals and Communication 2. Springer-Verlag Berlin, pp. 65-90.

Ladich, F & Bass, AH 2011, Vocal behavior of fishes: anatomy and physiology. in AP Farrell (ed.), Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment. vol. 1, Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam [u.a.], pp. 321-329.

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