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Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - Dec 2008 & Jan 2009
From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 16:07:31 +0100
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - Dec 2008 & Jan 2009

Animal Behaviour
Volume 76, Issue 6, Pages 1765-2086 (December 2008)

The evolution of female mate choice for complex calls in túngara frogs.
2008. Santiago R. Ron. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1783-1794

Signals of need in a cooperatively breeding mammal with mobile offspring.
2008. Marta B. Manser, Joah R. Madden, Hansjoerg P. Kunc, Sinead English,
Tim Clutton-Brock.
Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1805-1813

Tutor model syntax influences the syntactical and phonological structure of
crystallized songs of white-crowned sparrows. 2008. Stephanie L. Plamondon,
Franz Goller, Gary J. Rose. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1815-1827

Experimental evidence of vocal recognition in young and adult black-legged
kittiwakes. 2008. Hervé Mulard, Thierry Aubin, Joël F. White, Scott A.
Hatch, Étienne Danchin.
Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1855-1861

Pattern recognition mediates flexible timing of vocalizations in nonhuman
primates: experiments with cottontop tamarins. 2008. Elisabetta Versace,
Ansgar D. Endress, Marc D. Hauser. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1885-1892

The signals initiating the mass exodus of a honeybee swarm from its nest.
2008. Juliana Rangel, Thomas D. Seeley. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1943-1952

Overlapping and matching of codas in vocal interactions between sperm
whales: insights into communication function. 2008. Tyler M. Schulz, Hal
Whitehead, Shane Gero, Luke Rendell. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages 1977-1988

Mating success increases alarm-calling effort in male fowl, Gallus gallus.
2008. David R. Wilson, Christopher S. Evans. Animal Behaviour 76, Pages

Animal Behaviour
Volume 77, Issue 1, Pages 1-272 (January 2009)

On the function of song type repertoires: testing the ?antiexhaustion
hypothesis? in chaffinches. 2009. Henrik Brumm, Robert F. Lachlan, Katharina
Riebel, Peter J.B. Slater
Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 37-42

Social experience modifies behavioural responsiveness to a preferred vocal
signal in red crossbills, Loxia curvirostra. 2009. Kendra B. Sewall, Thomas
P. Hahn. Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 123-128

Repertoire size and composition in great tits: a flexibility test using
playbacks. 2009. Padu Franco, Hans Slabbekoorn. Animal Behaviour 77, Pages

Volume 114 Issue 12, Pages 1145-1248 (December 2008)

How Reliable are the Methods for Estimating Repertoire Size? 2008. Carlos A.
Botero, Andrew E. Mudge, Amanda M. Koltz, Wesley M. Hochachka, Sandra L.
 Ethology 114, Pages 1227-1238

Context, Structural Variability and Distinctiveness of California Towhee
(Pipilo crissalis) Vocal Duets. 2008. Lauryn Benedict, Jay P. McEntee.
Ethology 114, Pages 77-86

Volume 115 Issue 1, Pages 1-104 (January 2009)

No bioacoustic articles in this issue.

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

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