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Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - January & February 2011
From: Ilse van Opzeeland <>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 18:11:22 +0100
Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology ? January & February

Animal Behaviour, Volume 81, Issue 1, Pages 1-358 (January 2011)

Male field cricket song reflects age, allowing females to prefer young males

Pages 19-29
L. Verburgt, M. Ferreira, J.W.H. Ferguson

Effects of juvenile and adult condition on long-distance call components in
the Jamaican field cricket, Gryllus assimilis
Pages 135-144
Emily M. Whattam, Susan M. Bertram

Do male field crickets, Gryllus pennsylvanicus, signal their age?
Pages 185-194
Kevin A. Judge

The complex auditory scene at leks: balancing antipredator behaviour and
competitive signalling in an acoustic moth
Pages 231-239
Odette Brunel-Pons, Sylvain Alem, Michael D. Greenfield

Contact calls are used for individual mate recognition in free-ranging
green-rumped parrotlets, Forpus passerinus
Pages 241-248
Karl S. Berg, Soraya Delgado, Rae Okawa, Steven R. Beissinger, Jack W.

Forum article
Continued scepticism that song overlapping is a signal
Pages e1-e4
William A. Searcy, Michael D. Beecher

Ethology, Volume 117 Issue 1, Pages 1-94 (January 2011)

Strategic Regulation of Body Mass and Singing Behavior in New Zealand Robins

Pages 28?36
Craig A. Barnett and James V. Briskie

Localization Error and Search Costs during Mate Choice in Túngara
Frogs,Physalaemus pustulosus
Pages 56?62.
Luis A. Bonachea and Michael J. Ryan
Heterospecific Vocal Interactions in a Frog from the Southern Temperate
Forest,Batrachyla taeniata
Pages 63?71
Mario Penna and Nelson Velásquez

Vocal Repertoire of Captive Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris): Structure,
Context and Function
Pages 83?94
Kamila S. Barros, Rosana S. Tokumaru, Janine P. Pedroza and Selene S. C.

Animal Behaviour, Volume 81, Issue 2, Pages 359-504 (February 2011)

Wild bird feeding delays start of dawn singing in the great tit
Pages 361-365
Katja Saggese, Fränzi Korner-Nievergelt, Tore Slagsvold, Valentin Amrhein

Multimodal communication of wolf spiders on different substrates: evidence
for behavioural plasticity
Pages 367-375
Shira D. Gordon, George W. Uetz

Comparing call-based versus subunit-based methods for categorizing Norwegian
killer whale, Orcinus orca, vocalizations
Pages 377-386
Ari Daniel Shapiro, Peter L. Tyack, Stephanie Seneff

Autonomic reactions indicating positive affect during acoustic reward
learning in domestic pigs
Pages 481-489
Manuela Zebunke, Jan Langbein, Gerhard Manteuffel, Birger Puppe

Ethology, Volume 117 Issue 2, Pages 95-180 (February 2011)

Song and Sperm in Crickets: A Trade-off between Pre- and Post-copulatory
Traits or Phenotype-Linked Fertility?
Pages 154?162
Samantha P. Klaus, Lauren P. Fitzsimmons, Trevor E. Pitcher and Susan M.

How Nestling Tree Swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) Integrate their Responses
to Hunger and Signalling by Nestmates
Pages 163?170
Paulo A. M. Marques, Marty L. Leonard, Andrew G. Horn and Adrienne Contasti

Dr. I.C. Van Opzeeland
Alfred-Wegener Institute
for Polar and Marine Research
Ocean Acoustics Lab
Am Alten Hafen 26
27568 Bremerhaven

Phone: +49-471-4831-1169
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