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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology - October/November

Animal Behaviour, Volume 82, Issue 4, Pages 611-924 (October 2011)

Heterospecifics do not respond to subtle differences in chaffinch mobbing
calls: message is encoded in number of elements
Pages 725-730
Christoph Randler, Marc I. Förschler

Numerical assessment and individual call discrimination by wild spotted
hyaenas, Crocuta crocuta
Pages 743-752
Sarah Benson-Amram, Virginia K. Heinen, Sean L. Dryer, Kay E. Holekamp

Animal Behaviour, Volume 82, Issue 5, Pages 925-1218 (November 2011)

Long-term maintenance and eventual extinction of preference for a mate's
call in the female budgerigar
Pages 971-979
Hiroko Eda-Fujiwara, Aya Kanesada, Yasuharu Okamoto, Ryohei Satoh, Aiko
Watanabe, Takenori Miyamoto

Exploitation of environmental noise by an araneophagic assassin bug
Pages 1037-1042
Anne E. Wignall, Robert R. Jackson, R. Stimson Wilcox, Phillip W. Taylor

Modality-specific experience with female feedback increases the efficacy of
courtship signalling in male wolf spiders
Pages 1051-1057
Laura Sullivan-Beckers, Eileen A. Hebets

Social learning of a novel foraging task by big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus
Pages 1075-1083
Genevieve Spanjer Wright, Gerald S. Wilkinson, Cynthia F. Moss

Silent singers are not safe: selective response of a parasitoid to
substrate-borne vibratory signals of stink bugs
Pages 1175-1183
Raúl A. Laumann, Andrej Čokl, Ana P.S. Lopes, Jonatas B.C. Fereira, Maria
C.B. Moraes, Miguel Borges

Birdsong, migration and sexual selection: a skeptical view
Pages e1-e3
Bruce E. Byers

Divergent sexual selection on birdsong: a reply to Byers
Pages e4-e7
Sarah A. Collins, Selvino R. de Kort, Javier Pérez-Tris, José Luis Tellería

Ethology Volume 117, Issue 10, Pages 839-937 (October 2011)

Ontogenetic and Sex Differences Influence Alarm Call Responses in Mammals: a
Pages 839-851887-895
Amanda J. Lea and Daniel T. Blumstein

Behavioral Syndromes Break Down in Urban Song Sparrow Populations
Pages 887-895
Jennifer Scales, Jeremy Hyman and Melissa Hughes

Ethology Volume 117, Issue 11, Pages 939-1055 (November 2011)
Signalling and Sexual Conflict: Female Spiders Use Stridulation to Inform
Males of Sexual Receptivity
Pages 1040-1049
María Sofía Dutto, Lucia Calbacho-Rosa and Alfredo V. Peretti

Jamaican Field Cricket Mate Attraction Signals Provide Age Cues
Pages 1050-1055
Susan M. Bertram and Vanessa Rook

Elke Burkhardt
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Ocean Acoustics Lab
Am Alten Hafen 26
27568 Bremerhaven

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