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Subject: Bioacoustic articles - Animal Behaviour and Ethology
From: Sofie Van Parijs <>
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:21:59 -0800
 A new service of Bioacoustics-L is now starting: the posting of <br>
 information about current journal contents. As new issues of various
 journals come out, information about their bioacoustics-related <br>
 articles will be posted here. These postings are being done by <br>
 volunteers who have agreed to track one or two journals each and post
 messages here as new journal issues come out.<br><br>
 These messages are for your information only. Message senders are not
 offering to send the articles mentioned -- nor can they, because of 
 copyright laws. If you are interested in one or more articles <br>
 mentioned, it is up to you to obtain copies of them from a library or
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 Here is the first such message, for the current issue of Animal Behaviour
 and Ethology<br>
 <b>Animal Behaviour<br><br>
 </b><font face="Arial, Helvetica">Volume 65, Issue 1, Pages (January
 Sex differences in song perception in Bengalese finches measured by the
 cardiac response,<i> Pages 123-130 <br>
 </i>Maki Ikebuchi, Miho Futamatsu and Kazuo Okanoya<br><br>
 Acoustic preference functions and sexual selection on the male calling
 song in the grasshopper <i>Chorthippus biguttulus</i>,<i> Pages 225-233
 </i>Kirsten Klappert and Klaus Reinhold<br><br>
 Volume 65, Issue 2, (February 2003)<br><br>
 Vocalizations and movements suggest alternative mating tactics in male
 bearded seals,<i> Pages 273-283 <br>
 </i>Sofie M. van Parijs, Christian Lydersen and Kit M. Kovacs<br><br>
 Long-distance communication of acoustic cues to social identity in
 African elephants,<i> Pages 317-329 <br>
 </i>Karen McComb, David Reby, Lucy Baker, Cynthia Moss and Soila
 </b>January 2003 - Volume 109 Issue 1<br><br>
 Individual and Contextual Variation in Thomas Langur Male Loud Calls.
 Serge A.Wich, SonjaKoski, HanVries, Carel P.Schaik, <i>Pages 1&nbsp;
 </i>Phonology and Geographic Song Discrimination in Song Sparrows. <br>
 William A.Searcy, StephenNowicki, SusanPeters, <i>Pages 23&nbsp;
 </i>Responses to Playback of Local vs. Distant Contact Calls in the
 Orange-Fronted Conure, <i>Aratinga canicularis.</i> <br>
 Sandra L.Vehrencamp, A. F.Ritter, M.Keever, J. W.Bradbury,<i> Pages
 37&nbsp; 54.<br><br>
 </i>Changes in Song Complexity Correspond to Periods of Female Fertility
 in Blue Grosbeaks (<i>Guiraca caerulea</i>). <br>
 BarbaraBallentine, AlexanderBadyaev, Geoffrey EHill<br><br>
 February 2003 - Volume 109 Issue 2<br><br>
 Mating Call Discrimination in Female European (<i>Coturnix c.
 coturnix</i>) and Japanese Quail (<i>Coturnix c. japonica</i>). <br>
 SébastienDerégnaucourt, Jean-CharlesGuyomarc'h, <i>Pages 107&nbsp;
 Dr. Sofie Van Parijs<br>
 Norges fiskerihogskole<br>
 University of Tromsø<br>
 Tromsø 9037, Norway<br>
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