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bioacoustics articles: Animal Behaviour, April 2004

Subject: bioacoustics articles: Animal Behaviour, April 2004
From: Sofie Van Parijs <>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 09:31:13 -0700
ISSN   : 0003-3472
 Volume : 67
 Issue  : 5
 Date   : May-2004
 Female big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus, recognize sex from a caller's
 echolocation signals
 K.A. Kazial, W.M. Masters
 pp 855-863
 Do sperm whales share coda vocalizations? Insights into coda usage from
 acoustic size measurement
 L. Rendell, H. Whitehead
 pp 865-874
 Function of male song in the greater white-lined bat, Saccopteryx bilineata
 S.M. Davidson, G.S. Wilkinson
 pp 883-891
 Nepotistic alarm calling in the Siberian jay, Perisoreus infaustus
 M. Griesser, J. Ekman
 pp 933-939

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