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Bioacoustic articles in Ethology and Animal Behaviour November 2007

Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Ethology and Animal Behaviour November 2007
From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2007 14:19:10 +0100
Bioacoustic articles in Ethology and Animal Behaviour November 2007:

November 2007 - Vol. 113, Issue 11

Do Blackbirds Signal Motivation to Fight with Their Song? 2007. Erwin A. P.
Ripmeester, Anne M. de Vries & Hans Slabbekoorn. Ethology 113, pages

Persistence of Alarm-Call Behaviour in the Absence of Predators: A
Comparison Between Wild and Captive-Born Meerkats (Suricata Suricatta).
Linda I. Hollén & Marta B. Manser. Ethology, 113, pages 1038?1047

Animal behaviour:
November 2007 ? Vol. 74, Issue 5

How to be fed but not eaten: nestling responses to parental food calls and
the sound of a predator's footsteps. 2007. Robert D. Magrath, Benjamin J.
Pitcher and Anastasia H. Dalziell. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1117-1129

Terrestrial toadlets use chemosignals to recognize conspecifics, locate
mates and strategically adjust calling behaviour. 2007. Phillip G. Byrne and
J. Scott Keogh
Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1155-1162

The irrelevance of individual discrimination in meerkat alarm calls. 2007.
Fabian Schibler and Marta B. Manser. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1259-1268

Azorean rock-pool blennies produce size-dependent calls in a courtship
context. 2007.
Karen De Jong, Niels Bouton and Hans Slabbekoorn. Animal Behaviour, 74,
Pages 1285-1292

Adult vocalizations during provisioning: offspring response and postfledging
benefits in wild pied babblers. 2007. Nichola J. Raihani and Amanda R.
Ridley. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1303-1309

Why do male Columbian ground squirrels give a mating call? 2007. Theodore G.
Manno, Anna P. Nesterova, Liliana M. DeBarbieri, Stuart E. Kennedy, Kelsey
S. Wright and F. Stephen Dobson. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1319-1327

Selective attrition and individual song repertoire development in song
sparrows. 2007. J. Cully Nordby, S. Elizabeth Campbell and Michael D.
Beecher. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1413-1418

How female barking treefrogs, Hyla gratiosa, use multiple call
characteristics to select a mate. 2007. Emily J. Burke and Christopher G.
Murphy. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1463-1472

Geographical variation in song frequency and structure: the effects of
vicariant isolation, habitat type and body size. 2007. Anna H. Koetz, David
A. Westcott and Bradley C. Congdon. Animal Behaviour, 74, Pages 1573-1583

Song sharing and repertoire size in the sedge warbler, Acrocephalus
schoenobaenus: changes within and between years. 2007. Joanne S. Nicholson,
Katherine L. Buchanan, Rupert C. Marshall and Clive K. Catchpole. Animal
Behaviour, 74, Pages 1585-1592

I.C. Van Opzeeland
Alfred Wegener Institute
for Polar and Marine Research
Dept. Ocean Acoustics
Am Alten Hafen 26
27568 Bremerhaven

Phone: +49-471-4831-1169
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