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Bioacoustic articles from April to June 2015 in Animal Behaviour and Ethology

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Animal Behaviour, Volume 102, Pages 1-284 (April 2015)



Intraspecific sexual mimicry for finding females in a cicada: males produce ‘female sounds’ to gain reproductive benefit

Original Research Article

Pages 69-76

Changqing Luo, Cong Wei



Vocal behaviour during aggressive encounters between Siberian hamsters, Phodopus sungorus

Original Research Article

Pages 85-93

Sarah M. Keesom, Nikki M. Rendon, Gregory E. Demas, Laura M. Hurley



Social rules govern vocal competition in the barn owl

Original Research Article

Pages 95-107

Amélie N. Dreiss, Charlène A. Ruppli, Christof Faller, Alexandre Roulin



Attractive males are less than adequate dads in a multimodal signalling passerine

Original Research Article

Pages 109-117

Pedro Diniz, Desirée M. Ramos, Regina H. Macedo



Developmental stress impairs a female songbird's behavioural and neural response to a sexually selected signal

Original Research Article

Pages 157-167

Tara M. Farrell, Mark A.C. Neuert, Alice Cui, Scott A. MacDougall-Shackleton



Multimodal signalling in an antelope: fluctuating facemasks and knee-clicks reveal the social status of eland bulls

Original Research Article

Pages 231-239

Jakob Bro-Jørgensen, Joshua Beeston



Infrasound in mating displays: a peacock's tale

Original Research Article

Pages 241-250

Angela R. Freeman, James F. Hare



Animal Behaviour, Volume 103, Pages 1-284 (May 2015)



Repetition rate of calls used in multiple contexts communicates presence of predators to nestlings and adult birds

Original Research Article

Pages 35-44

David Wheatcroft


Use of acoustic signals in mating in an eavesdropping frog-biting midge

Original Research Article

Pages 45-51

Priyanka de Silva, Brian Nutter, Ximena E. Bernal


Seasonal plasticity in auditory processing of the envelope and temporal fine structure of sounds in three songbirds

Original Research Article

Pages 53-63

Alejandro Vélez, Megan D. Gall, Jeffrey R. Lucas


Song pitch indicates body size and correlates with males' response to playback in a songbird

Original Research Article

Pages 91-98

Pavel Linhart, Roman Fuchs


Long-distance communication facilitates cooperation among wild spotted hyaenas, Crocuta crocuta

Original Research Article

Pages 107-116

Andrew S. Gersick, Dorothy L. Cheney, Jennifer M. Schneider, Robert M. Seyfarth, Kay E. Holekamp


Effects of noise on sound localization in male grasshoppers, Chorthippus biguttulus

Original Research Article

Pages 125-135

Michael S. Reichert


Animal Behaviour Volume 104, Pages e1-e12, 1-248 (June 2015)



Variation in song system anatomy and androgen levels does not correspond to song characteristics in a tropical songbird

Original Research Article

Pages 39-50

Hubert Schwabl, Jenélle Dowling, Daniel T. Baldassarre, Manfred Gahr, Willow R. Lindsay, Michael S. Webster


Chestnut-crowned babblers show affinity for calls of removed group members: a dual playback without expectancy violation

Original Research Article

Pages 51-57

odie M.S. Crane, Joel L. Pick, Alice J. Tribe, Ernő Vincze, Ben J. Hatchwell, Andrew F. Russell


Female and male phonotactic responses and the potential effect of sexual selection on the advertisement calls of a frog

Original Research Article

Pages 79-86

Felipe N. Moreno-Gómez, Leonardo D. Bacigalupe, Andrés A. Silva-Escobar, Mauricio Soto-Gamboa


Interspecific territoriality in two songbird species: potential role of song convergence in male aggressive interactions

Original Research Article

Pages 131-136

Jiří Reif, Martin Jiran, Radka Reifová, Jana Vokurková, Paveł T. Dolata, Adam Petrusek, Tereza Petrusková


Biological salience influences performance and acoustic mechanisms for the discrimination of male and female songs

Original Research Article

Pages 213-228

Allison H. Hahn, John Hoang, Neil McMillan, Kimberley Campbell, Jenna Congdon, Christopher B. Sturdy




Ethology Volume 121, Issue 4 Pages i–i, 315-418 (April 2015)



It Takes All Kinds in Acoustic Communication: A New Perspective on the Song Overlapping Phenomenon

Pages 315–326

Bartosz Helfer and Tomasz S. Osiejuk

Article first published online: 21 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12356


Is Female Visual Signaling to Male Song Socially Regulated in Brown-headed Cowbirds?

Pages 327–334

Rebekka Dohme, Andrew P. King, Gwendŵr R. Meredith and Meredith


Blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla) increase the whistle part of their song in response to simulated territorial intrusion

Pages 403-409

Amy E. Leedale, Sarah A. Collins and Selvino R. de Kort

Article first published online: 9 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12349


Ethology Volume 121, Issue 5 Pages i–i, 419-519 (May 2015)

Variation in Avian Vocalizations during the Non-Breeding Season in Response to Traffic Noise

Pages 472-479

Amy I. Oden, Mary Bomberger Brown, Mark E. Burbach, James R. Brandle and John E. Quinn

Article first published online: 29 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12360

Ethology Volume 121, Issue 6 Pages i–i, 520-624 (June 2015)


No bioacoustics articles in this issue.












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