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Subject: Bioacoustics articles in Behavioral Ecology
From: Erin Oleson <>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2006 09:31:25 -0800
Behavioral Ecology
January 2007; Vol. 18, No. 1

The evolution of song in female birds in Europe
      Laszlo Zsolt Garamszegi, Denitza Zaprianova Pavlova, Marcel Eens, and
      Anders Pape Moller
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 86-96.

The mixed-species chorus as public information: tungara frogs eavesdrop on
a heterospecific
      Steven M. Phelps, A. Stanley Rand, and Michael J. Ryan
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 108-114.

Extrapair paternity in chestnut-sided warblers is correlated with
consistent vocal performance
      Bruce E. Byers
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 130-136.

Female pheromonal chorusing in an arctiid moth, Utetheisa ornatrix
      Hangkyo Lim and Michael D. Greenfield
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 165-173.

Function of pair duets in the eastern whipbird: cooperative defense or
sexual conflict?
      Amy C. Rogers, Naomi E. Langmore, and Raoul A. Mulder
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 182-188.

Consequences of complex signaling: predator detection of multimodal cues
      J. Andrew Roberts, Phillip W. Taylor, and George W. Uetz
      Behav. Ecol. 2007 18: 236-240.

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