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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - November 2008

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From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 15:57:28 +0200
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - November 2008

Animal Behaviour, Volume 76, Issue 5, Pages 1453-1764 (November 2008)

Selfish or altruistic? An analysis of alarm call function in wild capuchin
monkeys, Cebus apella nigritus. 2008. Brandon C. Wheeler. Animal Behaviour,
76, Pages 1465-1475

Are leaders good mates? A study of call timing and male quality in a chorus
situation. 2008. Christina Richardson, Jean-Paul Lena, Pierre Joly, Thierry
Lengagne. Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1487-1495

Rumble vocalizations mediate interpartner distance in African elephants,
Loxodonta africana. 2008. Katherine A. Leighty, Joseph Soltis, Christina M.
Wesolek, Anne Savage.
Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1601-1608

Amplitude of bison bellows reflects male quality, physical condition and
motivation. 2008. Megan T. Wyman, Michael S. Mooring, Brenda McCowan, M.
Cecilia T. Penedo, Lynette A. Hart. Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1625-1639

Coevolution of auditory sensitivity and temporal resolution with acoustic
signal space in three songbirds. 2008. Kenneth S. Henry, Jeffrey R. Lucas.
Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1659-1671

Individual recognition and selective response to contact calls in foraging
brown-throated conures, Aratinga pertinax. 2008. Susannah C. Buhrman-Deever,
Elizabeth A. Hobson, Aaron D. Hobson. Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1715-1725

Song complexity correlates with learning ability in zebra finch males. 2008.
Neeltje J. Boogert, Luc-Alain Giraldeau, Louis Lefebvre. Animal Behaviour,
76, Pages 1735-1741

A multidimensional approach to investigations of behaviour: revealing
structure in animal communication signals. 2008. Gillian Sebestyen
Forrester. Animal Behaviour, 76, Pages 1749-1760

Ethology, Volume 114 Issue 11 (November 2008)

Anti-Predator Signals in the Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs in Response to
Habitat Structure and Different Predator Types. 2008. Katherine A. Jones,
Mark J. Whittingham. Ethology, 114, p 1033-1043

Song Frequency Does Not Reflect Differences in Body Size among Males in Two
Oscine Species. 2008. Gonçalo C. Cardoso, Ana T. Mamede, Jonathan W. Atwell,
Paulo G. Mota, Ellen D. Ketterson, Trevor D. Price. Ethology 114, p

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