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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology  for February and March 2015


Animal Behaviour, Volume 100, Pages 1-216, e1-e14 (February 2015)



Female calling? Song responses to conspecific call playbacks in nightingales, Luscinia megarhynchos

Original Research Article

Pages 60-66

Silke Kipper, Sarah Kiefer, Conny Bartsch, Michael Weiss


Good vibrations by the beach boys: magnitude of substrate vibrations is a reliable indicator of male grey seal size

Original Research Article

Pages 74-82

Amanda M. Bishop, Paul Denton, Paddy Pomeroy, Sean Twiss


What determines lek size? Cognitive constraints and per capita attraction of females limit male aggregation in an acoustic moth

Original Research Article

Pages 106-115

Sylvain Alem, Charlène Clanet, Virginie Party, Anne Dixsaut, Michael D. Greenfield


Do pups recognize maternal calls in pomona leaf-nosed bats, Hipposideros pomona?

Original Research Article

Pages 200-207

Longru Jin, Siliu Yang, Rebecca T. Kimball, Lifen Xie, Xinke Yue, Bo Luo, Keping Sun, Jiang Feng



Animal Behaviour, Volume 101, Pages 1-220 (March 2015)


Wild chimpanzees modify food call structure with respect to tree size for a particular fruit species

Original Research Article

Pages 1-9

Ammie K. Kalan, Roger Mundry, Christophe Boesch


Listening carefully: increased perceptual acuity for species discrimination in multispecies signalling assemblages

Original Research Article

Pages 141-154

Anna Bastian, David S. Jacobs


Roaming Romeos: male crickets evolving in silence show increased locomotor behaviours

Original Research Article

Pages 213-219

Susan L. Balenger, Marlene Zuk



Ethology Volume 121, Issue 2 Pages i–i, 103–205 (February 2015)

Small Mammals Ignore Common Rules: A Comparison of Vocal Repertoires and the Acoustics between Pup and Adult Piebald Shrews Diplomesodon pulchellum

Pages 103–115)

Ilya A. Volodin, Alexandra S. Zaytseva, Olga G. Ilchenko and Elena V. Volodina

Article first published online: 25 SEP 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12321



Ethology Volume 121, Issue 3 Pages i–i, 207–314 (March 2015)

No bioacoustics articles in this issue!


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