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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology ? May/June 2013

Animal Behaviour, Volume 85, Issue 6, Pages 1135 -1534 (June 2013)

Context-dependent impacts of anthropogenic noise on individual and social
behaviour in a cooperatively breeding fish
Original Research Article
Pages 1343-1349
Rick Bruintjes, Andrew N. Radford

Begging response of gull chicks to the red spot on the parental bill
Original Research Article
Pages 1359-1366
Alberto Velando, Sin-Yeon Kim, Jose Carlos Noguera

Male song as a predictor of the nuptial gift in bushcrickets: on the
confounding influence of male choice
Original Research Article
Pages 1427-1434
Alicia Jarrige, Michael D. Greenfield, Marlène Goubault
Animal Behaviour, Volume 85, Issue 3, Pages 515-690, e1-e4 (March 2013)

Social context evokes rapid changes in bat song syntax
Original Research Article
Pages 1485-1491
Kirsten M. Bohn, Grace C. Smarsh, Michael Smotherman

Using frequency ratios to study vocal communication
Pages 1529-1532
Gonçalo C. Cardoso

Animal Behaviour, Volume 85, Issue 5, Pages 867-1134 (May 2013)

Questions, ideas and tools: lessons from bat echolocation
Original Research Article
Pages 869-879
M. Brock Fenton

Different vocal signals, but not prior experience, influence heterospecific
from conspecific discrimination
Original Research Article
Pages 907-915
Luis Sandoval, Carolina Méndez, Daniel J. Mennill

Nest acoustics and begging call structure in nestling tree swallows
Original Research Article
Pages 917-923
Elizabeth N. Fairhurst, Andrew G. Horn, Marty L. Leonard

Noise annoys: effects of noise on breeding great tits depend on personality
but not on noise characteristics
Original Research Article
Pages 949-956
Marc Naguib, Kees van Oers, Annika Braakhuis, Maaike Griffioen, Piet de
Goede, Joseph R. Waas

Call of duty? Variation in use of the watchman's song by sentinel dwarf
mongooses, Helogale parvula
Original Research Article
Pages 967-975
Julie M. Kern, Andrew N. Radford

The energy cost of singing in wild rock hyrax males: evidence for an index
Original Research Article
Pages 995-1001
Amiyaal Ilany, Adi Barocas, Michael Kam, Tchia Ilany, Eli Geffen

Songs of the city: noise-dependent spectral plasticity in the acoustic
phenotype of urban birds
Original Research Article
Pages 1089-1099
Hans Slabbekoorn

Correlates and Consequences of the Pair Bond in Steller's Jays
Pages 178?187
Pia O. Gabriel and Jeffrey M. Black

Ethology Volume 119, Issue 6, Pages i-i, 449-539 (June 2013)

On the Meaning of Alarm Calls: A Review of Functional Reference in Avian
Alarm Calling
Pages 449?461
Sharon A. Gill and Andrea M.-K. Bierema

The Responses of Duetting Antbirds to Stereo Duet Playback Provide Support
for the Joint Territory Defence Hypothesis
Pages 462?471
Julianne Koloff and Daniel J. Mennill

Robust Fall Social Displays Predict Spring Reproductive Behavior in
Brown-Headed Cowbirds (Molothrus ater ater)
Pages 511?521
Gregory M. Kohn, Andrew P. King, Uwe Pott and Meredith J. West

Ethology Volume 119, Issue 5, Pages i-i, 353-447 (May 2013)

    No acoustic related articles in this volume

Best whishes

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

Phone: +49-471-4831-1861
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