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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology May & June 2009

Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology May & June 2009
From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 09:53:42 +0200
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology May & June 2009

Animal Behaviour, Volume 77, Issue 5, Pages 981-1364 (May 2009)

Rapid vocal convergence in an Australian cockatoo, the galah Eolophus
Pages 1019-1026
Judith C. Scarl, Jack W. Bradbury

Wild tree squirrels respond with multisensory enhancement to conspecific
robot alarm behaviour
Pages 1127-1135
Sarah R. Partan, Christian P. Larco, Max J. Owens

Limited adult vocal learning maintains call dialects but permits
pair-distinctive calls in red crossbills
Pages 1303-1311
Kendra B. Sewall

Strong ungraded responses to playback of solos, duets and choruses in a
cooperatively breeding Neotropical songbird
Pages 1321-1327
David W. Bradley, Daniel J. Mennill

Animal Behaviour, Volume 77, Issue 6, Pages 1365-1562 (June 2009)

Food-associated calling sequences in bonobos
Pages 1387-1396
Zanna Clay, Klaus Zuberbühler

Song development in the grasshopper sparrow, Ammodramus savannarum
Pages 1479-1489
Jill A. Soha, Bernard Lohr, Douglas E. Gill

Book reviews:
Neuroscience of Birdsong. Edited by H. Philip Zeigler & Peter Marler.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2008). Pp. xvi+550.
Pages 1557-1558
Gabriel J.L. Beckers

Sociobiology of Communication. An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Edited by
Patrizia D'Etorre & David P. Hughes. New York: Oxford University Press
(2008). Pp xiv+308. Page 1561
Bruno Gobin

Ethology, Volume 115, Issue 5 , Pages 401 - 512 (May 2009)

Marmoset (Callithrix geoffroyi) Food-Associated Calls are Functionally
Pages 439-448
Carolyn D. Kitzmann, Nancy G. Caine

Wild Female Olive Baboons Adapt their Grunt Vocalizations to Environmental
Pages 493-503
Elodie Ey, Charlotte Rahn, Kurt Hammerschmidt, Julia Fischer

Ethology, Volume 115 Issue 6 , Pages 513 - 616 (June 2009)

The Development of Geographic Song Preferences in Female Song Sparrows
Melospiza melodia
Pages 513-521
Alexandra M. Hernandez, Jeremy A. Pfaff, Elizabeth A. MacDougall-Shackleton,
Scott A. MacDougall-Shackleton

Anti-Predator Signals as Advertisements: Evidence in White-Throated
Pages 522-532
Jesse M. S. Ellis

Who is Calling? Intraspecific Call Variation in the Aromobatid Frog
Allobates femoralis
Pages 596-607
Herbert Gasser, Adolfo Amézquita, Walter Hödl

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Alfred Wegener Institute
for Polar and Marine Research
Dept. Ocean Acoustics
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27568 Bremerhaven

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