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and a third article from the mentioned Ethology Issue:

Ethology Volume 119, Issue 1, Pages i–i, 1–93 (January 2013)

Selective Eavesdropping Behaviour in Three Neotropical Bat Species
pages 66–76
Kirstin Übernickel, Marco Tschapka and Elisabeth K. V. Kalko



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2012/January 2013

Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology – December
2012/January 2013 

Animal Behaviour, Volume 84, Issue 6, Pages 1281-1602 (December 2012)

Taking the sensory approach: how individual differences in sensory
perception can influence mate choice
Review Article
Pages 1283-1294
Kelly L. Ronald, Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Jeffrey R. Lucas

Acoustic cues to size and quality in the vocalizations of male North
American bison, Bison bison
Original Research Article
Pages 1381-1391
M.T. Wyman, M.S. Mooring, B. McCowan, M.C.T. Penedo, D. Reby, L.A. Hart

Learning to listen? Nestling response to heterospecific alarm calls
Original Research Article
Pages 1401-1410
Tonya M. Haff, Robert D. Magrath

Maternal vibration induces synchronous hatching in a subsocial burrower bug
Original Research Article
Pages 1443-1448
Hiromi Mukai, Mantaro Hironaka, Sumio Tojo, Shintaro Nomakuchi

Eavesdropping parasitoids do not cause the evolution of less conspicuous
signalling behaviour in a field cricket
Original Research Article
Pages 1457-1462
Oliver M. Beckers, William E. Wagner Jr.

Canyon wrens alter their songs in response to territorial challenges
Original Research Article
Pages 1463-1467
Lauryn Benedict, Anne Rose, Nathanial Warning

Female koalas prefer bellows in which lower formants indicate larger males
Original Research Article
Pages 1565-1571
Benjamin D. Charlton, William A.H. Ellis, Jacqui Brumm, Karen Nilsson, W.
Tecumseh Fitch

Animal Behaviour, Volume 85, Issue 1, Pages 1-296 (January 2013)

Graded or discrete? A quantitative analysis of Campbell's monkey alarm calls
Original Research Article
Pages 109-118
Sumir Keenan, Alban Lemasson, Klaus Zuberbühler

Male blue monkey alarm calls encode predator type and distance
Original Research Article
Pages 119-125
Derek Murphy, Stephen E.G. Lea, Klaus Zuberbühler

Faking it: deliberately altered voice pitch and vocal attractiveness
Original Research Article
Pages 127-136
Paul J. Fraccaro, Jillian J.M. O'Connor, Daniel E. Re, Benedict C. Jones,
Lisa M. DeBruine, David R. Feinberg

Three decades of cultural evolution in Savannah sparrow songs
Original Research Article
Pages 213-223
Heather Williams, Iris I. Levin, D. Ryan Norris, Amy E.M. Newman, Nathaniel
T. Wheelwright

Ethology Volume 118, Issue 12, Pages i–i, 1133–1250 (December 2012)

Limited Inter-Annual Song Variation in the Serin (Serinus serinus)
Pages 1157–1164
Ana T. Mamede and Paulo G. Mota

Ethology Volume 119, Issue 1, Pages i–i, 1–93 (January 2013)

Functionally Referential Communication in Mammals: The Past, Present and the
Pages 1–11
Simon W. Townsend and Marta B. Manser

Condition-Dependent Choosiness For Highly Attractive Songs In Female
Pages 58–65
Alexandre Lerch, Lauriane Rat-Fischer and Laurent Nagle

Best wishes for 2013,
Kind regards

Elke Burkhardt
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Ocean Acoustics Lab
Am Alten Hafen 26
27568 Bremerhaven
Phone: +49-471-4831-1861
Fax:   +49-471-4831-1149

Dipl. Biol. K. Übernickel
Phone: +49 (0)175 7475212

University of Ulm

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