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Bioacoustics 2006,16

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Subject: Bioacoustics 2006,16
From: Nicolas Mathevon <>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 12:13:45 +0100
Terrestrial carnivore sounds with repeated rapid alternation of two 
structurally different components: an indication of complex sound production 
mechanisms in mammals ?
Bioacoustics, 2006, 16, 1-25.

Sound pressure level of advertisement calls of Alytes cisternasii and Alytes 
obstetricans (Anura, Discoglossidae)
Bioacoustics, 2006, 16, 27-37.

Forms of call overlap and their impact on advertisement call attractiveness to 
females of the gray treefrog, Hyla versicolor
Bioacoustics, 2006, 16, 39-56.

Icelandic killer whales Orcinus orca use a pulsed call suitable for 
manipulating the schooling behaviour of herring Clupea harengus
Bioacoustics, 2006, 16, 57-74.

Male and female stridulation in an Indian weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae)
Bioacoustics, 2006, 16, 75-85.

Nicolas Mathevon
Université Jean Monnet
Institut universitaire de France

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