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Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - February and March 2009
From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 09:25:40 +0100
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - February & March

Animal Behaviour
Volume 77, Issue 2, Pages 273-558 (February 2009)

A distinct reed bunting dawn song and its relation to extrapair paternity.
2009. Stefan M. Suter, David Ermacora, Nadia Rieille, Dietrich R. Meyer.
Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 473-480

Phosphorus availability influences cricket mate attraction displays. 2009.
Susan M. Bertram,a Emily M. Whattam, Laksanavadee Visanuvimol, Rachel
Bennett, Christopher Lauzon. Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 525-530

Volume 77, Issue 3, Pages 559-768 (March 2009)

Annual variation in vocal performance and its relationship with bill
morphology in Lincoln's sparrows, Melospiza lincolnii. 2009. Keith W.
Sockman. Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 663-671

Syllable type consistency is related to age, social status and reproductive
success in the tropical mockingbird. 2009. Carlos A. Botero, Rachel J.
Rossman, Lina M. Caro, Laura M. Stenzler, Irby J. Lovette, Selvino R. de
Kort, Sandra L. Vehrencamp. Animal Behaviour 77, Pages 701-706

Vocal sib-sib interactions: how siblings adjust signalling level to each
other. 2009.
Alexandre Roulin, Amelie Dreiss, Celine Fioravanti, Pierre Bize. Animal
Behaviour 77,
Pages 717-725

Female crickets are driven to fight by the male courting and calling songs.
2009. Jan Rillich, Edgar Buhl, Klaus Schildberger, Paul A. Stevenson. Animal
Behaviour 77, Pages 737-742

Volume 115 Issue 2, Pages 105 - 200 (February 2009)

Variation of Acoustic Courtship Signals in Insects and Amphibians: No
Evidence for Bimodality, but Identical Dependence on Duration. 2009. Klaus
Reinhold. Ethology 115, Pages 134-140

Calls in the Forest: A Comparative Approach to How Bats Find Tree Cavities.
2009. Ireneusz Ruczyński, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko, Björn M. Siemers. Ethology
115, Pages 167-177

Volume 115 Issue 3 (March 2009)

Information Content in Chorus Songs of the Group-Living Australian Magpie
(Cracticus tibicen dorsalis) in Western Australia. 2009. Myron C. Baker.
Ethology 115, Pages227-238

Effects of Eavesdropping on Subsequent Signalling Behaviours in Male
Canaries. 2009.  Mathieu Amy, Gérard Leboucher. Ethology 115, Pages 239-246

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for Polar and Marine Research
Dept. Ocean Acoustics
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27568 Bremerhaven

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