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Bioacoustics papers in Animal Behaviour (May, June & July 2006)

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Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 15:50:01 EDT
Volume 71, Issue 5, Pages 999-1252 (May 2006)

In a songbird, the black redstart, parents use acoustic cues to discriminate 
between their different fledglings
/Pages 1039-1046 /
Tudor I. Draganoiu, Laurent Nagle, Raphael Musseau and Michel Kreutzer

Dawn singing reflects past territorial challenges in the winter wren
/Pages 1075-1080 /
Valentin Amrhein and Nathaline Erne

What makes information valuable: signal reliability and environmental 
/Pages 1119-1129 /
Colleen M. McLinn and David W. Stephens

Contact call diversity in wild orange-fronted parakeet pairs, /Aratinga 
/Pages 1141-1154 /
Kathryn A. Cortopassi and Jack W. Bradbury

Inheritance of courtship song variation among geographically isolated 
populations of /Drosophila mojavensis/
/Pages 1205-1214 /
William J. Etges, Ken F. Over, Cassia Cardoso De Oliveira and Michael G. Ritchie

No preference for exaggerated courtship signals in a sensory trap
/Pages 1239-1246 /
John H. Christy and Patricia R.Y. Backwell

Volume 71, Issue 6, Page 1253-1460 (June 2006)

Within-song complexity in a songbird is meaningful to both male and female 
/Pages 1289-1296 /
Albertine Leitão, Carel ten Cate and Katharina Riebel

Volume 72, Issue 1, Page 1-244 (July 2006)

Vocal interactions in nightingales, /Luscinia megarhynchos/: more aggressive 
males have higher pairing success
/Pages 25-30 /
Hansjoerg P. Kunc, Valentin Amrhein and Marc Naguib

Sounds and size: identification of acoustic variables that reflect body size in 
hamadryas baboons, /Papio hamadryas/
/Pages 43-51 /
Dana Pfefferle and Julia Fischer

Duet duels: sex differences in song matching in duetting eastern whipbirds
/Pages 53-61 /
Amy C. Rogers, Raoul A. Mulder and Naomi E. Langmore

Effects of social rearing conditions on song structure and repertoire size: 
experimental evidence from the field
/Pages 83-95 /
Lars Erik Johannessen, Tore Slagsvold and Bo Terning Hansen

Neighbour-stranger discrimination in the little owl, /Athene noctua/
/Pages 105-112 /
Loïc A. Hardouin, Pierre Tabel and Vincent Bretagnolle

A method to measure the development of song preferences in female cowbirds, 
/Molothrus ater/
/Pages 181-188 /
David J. White, Julie Gros-Louis, Andrew P. King and Meredith J. West

Aggressive contests in house crickets: size, motivation and the information 
content of aggressive songs
/Pages 225-233 /
William D. Brown, Adam T. Smith, Brian Moskalik and Josh Gabriel

Are two heads better than one? Responses of the duetting kokako to one- and 
two-speaker playback
/Pages 131-138 /
Laura E. Molles and Joseph R. Waas

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