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From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 12:38:23 +0200
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology â June, July, August 2010

Animal Behaviour, Volume 79, Issue 6, Pages 1181-1404 (June 2010)

Giant pandas perceive and attend to formant frequency variation in male bleats.
Pages 1221-1227
Benjamin D. Charlton, Zhang Zhihe, Rebecca J. Snyder

Interaction between signal timing and signal feature preferences: causes and 
implications for sexual selection.
Pages 1257-1266
Gerlinde HÃbel

Black-capped chickadees, Poecile atricapillus, can use individually distinctive 
songs to discriminate among conspecifics.
Pages 1267-1275
David R. Wilson, Daniel J. Mennill

Multimodal signalling in a songbird: male audiovisual displays vary 
significantly by social context in brown-headed cowbirds.
Pages 1285-1292
Adrian L. OâLoghlen, Stephen I. Rothstein

Testing an auditory illusion in frogs: perceptual restoration or sensory bias?
Pages 1317-1328
Folkert Seeba, Joshua J. Schwartz, Mark A. Bee

Whistle duration and consistency reflect philopatry and harem size in great 
reed warblers.
Pages 1363-1372
Ewa WÄgrzyn, Konrad Leniowski, Tomasz S. Osiejuk

Aerial alarm calling by male fowl (Gallus gallus) reveals subtle new mechanisms 
of risk management.
Pages 1373-1380
Artemi Kokolakis, Carolynn L. Smith, Christopher S. Evans

Forum article: Animal communication between information and influence.
Pages e1-e5
Andrea Scarantino

Animal Behaviour, Volume 80, Issue 1, Pages 1-172 (July 2010)

Essay: The central importance of information in studies of animal communication.
Pages 3-8
Robert M. Seyfarth, Dorothy L. Cheney, Thore Bergman, Julia Fischer, Klaus 
ZuberbÃhler, Kurt Hammerschmidt

A dual function of echolocation: bats use echolocation calls to identify 
familiar and unfamiliar individuals.
Pages 59-67
Silke L. Voigt-Heucke, Michael Taborsky, Dina K.N. Dechmann

Meerkat close calls encode group-specific signatures, but receivers fail to 
Pages 133-138
Simon W. Townsend, Linda I. HollÃn, Marta B. Manser

A precedence effect underlies preferences for calls with leading pulses in the 
grey treefrog, Hyla versicolor.
Pages 139-145
Vincent T. Marshall, H. Carl Gerhardt

Animal Behaviour, Volume 80, Issue 2, Pages 173-348 (August 2010)

A novel female call incites maleâfemale interaction and maleâmale competition 
in the Emei music frog, Babina daunchina.
Pages 181-187
Jianguo Cui, Yusheng Wang, Steve Brauth, Yezhong Tang

>From preferential response to parental calls to sex-specific response to 
>conspecific calls in juvenile zebra finches.
Pages 189-195
Hervà Mulard, ClÃmentine Vignal, Lise Pelletier, Alain Blanc, Nicolas Mathevon

Neighbourhood watch: multiple alarm callers communicate directional predator 
movement in Richardsonâs ground squirrels, Spermophilus richardsonii.
Pages 269-275
Amy B. Thompson, James F. Hare

Asymmetric discrimination of geographical variation in song in a migratory 
Pages 311-318
Gabriel J. Colbeck, T. Scott Sillett, Michael S. Webster

Forum: Animals in translation: why there is meaning (but probably no message) 
in animal communication.
Pages e1-e6
E. Font, P. Carazo

Ethology, Volume 116 Issue 6, Pages 481-577 (June 2010)

Statistical and Prosodic Cues for Song Segmentation Learning by Bengalese 
Finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica)
Pages 481â489
Miki Takahasi, Hiroko Yamada and Kazuo Okanoya

Enemy Recognition of Reed Warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus): Threats and 
Reproductive Value Act Independently in Nest Defence Modulation
Pages 498â508
Daniela Campobello and Spencer G. Sealy

What Makes Vocalisation Frequency an Unreliable Signal of Body Size in Birds? A 
Study on Black Swans
Pages 554â563
Rakhee Patel, Raoul A. Mulder and GonÃalo C. Cardoso

Assessing Acoustic Signal Variability and the Potential for Sexual Selection 
and Social Recognition in Boreal Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris maculata)
Pages 564â576
Mark A. Bee, Jenna M. Cook, Elliot K. Love, Lisa R. OâBryan, Beth A. Pettitt, 
Katrina Schrode and Alejandro VÃlez

Ethology, Volume 116 Issue 7, Pages 579-679 (July 2010)

Singing the Popular Songs? Nightingales Share More Song Types with Their 
Breeding Population in Their Second Season than in Their First
Pages 619â626
Sarah Kiefer, Christina Sommer, Constance Scharff and Silke Kipper

Song Learning in Song Sparrows: Relative Importance of Autumn vs. Spring 
Pages 653â661
Brigid Nulty, John M. Burt, ÃaÄlar AkÃay, Christopher N. Templeton, S. 
Elizabeth Campbell and Michael D. Beecher

Eavesdropping on Male Singing Interactions Leads to Differential Allocation in 
Pages 662â670
Violaine Garcia-Fernandez, Mathieu Amy, Andrà Lacroix, Giorgio Malacarne and 
GÃrard Leboucher

Ethology, Volume 116 Issue 8, Pages 681-786 (August 2010)

Geographical and individual variation in echolocation calls of the intermediate 
leaf-nosed bat, Hipposideros larvatus
Pages 691â703
Tinglei Jiang, Rong Liu, Walter Metzner, Yuyan You, Shi Li, Sen Liu and Jiang 

Vocal Discrimination in Mate Guarding Male Australian Sea Lions: Familiarity 
Breeds Contempt
Pages 704â712
Marie R. G. Attard, Benjamin J. Pitcher, Isabelle Charrier, Heidi Ahonen and 
Robert G. Harcourt

Singing Activity Reveals Personality Traits in Great Tits
Pages 763â769
Marc Naguib, Agnieszka Kazek, Sonja V. Schaper, Kees Van Oers and Marcel E. 

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