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Subject: bioacoustic articles in Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol.
From: "Sonja Amoser" <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 21:35:59 +0100
Martha L. Tobias, Anna Corke, Jeremy Korsh, David Yin & Darcy B. Kelley
(2010): Vocal competition in male Xenopus laevis frogs. Behav. Ecol.
Sociobiol. 64 (11), 1791-1803.

For reprints please contact M. L. Tobias (email: 

Charlotte Curé, Thierry Aubin & Nicolas Mathevon (2010): Intra-sex vocal
interactions in two hybridizing seabird species (Puffinus sp.). Behav. Ecol.
Sociobiol. 64 (11), 1823-1837.

For reprints please contact C. Curé (email:

Signe Brinkløv, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko & Annemarie Surlykke (2010): Dynamic
adjustment of biosonar intensity to habitat clutter in the bat Macrophyllum
macrophyllum (Phyllostomidae). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 64 (11), 1867-1874.

For reprints please contact S. Brinklov (email: 

Louis Ranjard, Michael G. Anderson, Matt J. Rayner, Robert B. Payne, Ian
McLean, James V. Briskie, Howard A. Ross, Dianne H. Brunton, Sarah M. N.
Woolley & Mark E. Hauber (2010): Bioacoustic distances between the begging
calls of brood parasites and their host species: a comparison of metrics and
techniques. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 64 (11), 1915-1926.

For reprints please contact L. Ranjard (email: 

Katie E. Slocombe, Tanja Kaller, Laurel Turman, Simon W. Townsend, Sarah
Papworth, Paul Squibbs and Klaus Zuberbühler (2010): Production of
food-associated calls in wild male chimpanzees is dependent on the
composition of the audience. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 64 (12), 1959-1966.

For reprints please contact K. E. Slocombe (email: 

Caroline Regina Schöner, Michael Gerhard Schöner & Gerald Kerth (2010):
Similar is not the same: Social calls of conspecifics are more effective in
attracting wild bats to day roosts than those of other bat species. Behav.
Ecol. Sociobiol. 64 (12),2053-2063.

For reprints please contact G. Kerth (email: 

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Sonja Amoser

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