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Bioacoustic articles in Ethology and Animal Behaviour July, August & September 


Observational and Experimental Evidence for the Function of Tail Flicking in 
Eurasian Moorhen Gallinula chloropus 
Christoph Randler. 2007. Ethology 113(7), 629-639.

Antiphonal Vocalization of a Subterranean Rodent, the Naked Mole-Rat 
(Heterocephalus glaber) 
Shigeto Yosida, Kohta I. Kobayasi, Maki Ikebuchi, Ryoko Ozaki & Kazuo Okanoya. 
2007. Ethology, 113, 703–710.

Sexual Differences in the Behavioral Response of Túngara Frogs, Physalaemus 
pustulosus, to Cues Associated with Increased Predation Risk 
Ximena E. Bernal, A. Stanley Rand & Michael J. Ryan. 2007. Ethology, 113(8), 

Multimodal Signaling in Male and Female Foot-Flagging Frogs Staurois guttatus 
(Ranidae): An Alerting Function of Calling 
T. Ulmar Grafe & Thomas C. Wanger. 2007. Ethology, 113(8), 772–781.

Geographic Variation in Male Sexual Signals in Strawberry Poison Frogs 
(Dendrobates pumilio) 
Heike Pröhl, Sabine Hagemann, Jan Karsch & Gerlinde Höbel. 2007. Ethology, 
113(9), 825–837.

Intended Receivers and Functional Significance of Grunt and Girney 
Vocalizations in Free-Ranging Female Rhesus Macaques 
Jessica C. Whitham, Melissa S. Gerald & Dario Maestripieri. 2007. Ethology, 
113(9), 862–874.

Positive Relationship between Signalling Time and Flight Capability in the 
Texas Field Cricket, Gryllus texensis 
Susan M. Bertram. 2007. Ethology, 113(9), 875–880.

Animal Behaviour

Susceptibility of evoked vocal responses to noise exposure in a frog of the 
temperate austral forest
Mario Penna and Christopher Hamilton-West. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 74(1), 45-56.

What makes a ‘local song’ in a population of ortolan buntings without a common 
Tomasz S. Osiejuk, Katarzyna Ratyńska and Svein Dale. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 
74(1), 121-130.

Variability in the echolocation of Tadarida brasiliensis: effects of geography 
and local acoustic environment
Erin H. Gillam and Gary F. McCracken. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 74(2), 277-286.

Preferred songs predict preferred males: consistency and repeatability of zebra 
finch females across three test contexts
Marie-Jeanne Holveck and Katharina Riebel. 207. Animal Behaviour, 74(2), 

High levels of environmental noise erode pair preferences in zebra finches: 
implications for noise pollution
John P. Swaddle and Laura C. Page. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 74(3), 363-368.

Sound source segregation in grey treefrogs: spatial release from masking by the 
sound of a chorus
Mark A. Bee. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 74(3), 549-558.


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