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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology July – August – September 2015


Animal Behaviour, Volume 105, Pages 1-296 (July 2015)


Mother–pup vocal recognition in harbour seals: influence of maternal behaviour, pup voice and habitat sound properties

Original Research ArticlePages 109-120

Caroline C. Sauvé, Gwénaël Beauplet, Mike O. Hammill, Isabelle Charrier


The function and evolution of low-amplitude signals

Page 251

Rindy C. Anderson, Dustin G. Reichard


Why signal softly? The structure, function and evolutionary significance of low-amplitude signals

Original Research Article

Pages 253-265

Dustin G. Reichard, Rindy C. Anderson


Quiet threats: soft song as an aggressive signal in birds

Original Research Article

Pages 267-274

Çağlar Akçay, Rindy C. Anderson, Stephen Nowicki, Michael D. Beecher, William A. Searcy


Stridulated soft song by singing insects

Original Research Article

Pages 275-280


A survey of the context and structure of high- and low-amplitude calls in mammals

Original Research Article

Pages 281-288

Morgan L. Gustison, Simon W. Townsend


Why birds sing loud songs and why they sometimes don't

Original Research Article

Pages 289-295

Sue Anne Zollinger, Henrik Brumm


Animal Behaviour Volume 106, Pages 1-230 (August 2015)


Risk-based alarm calling in a nonpasserine bird

Original Research Article

Pages 129-136

Shailee S. Shah, Emma I. Greig, Sarah A. MacLean, David N. Bonter



Animal Behaviour Volume 107, Pages 1-276 (September 2015)


The effect of temporal variation in sound exposure on swimming and foraging behaviour of captive zebrafish

Original Research Article

Pages 49-60

Saeed Shafiei Sabet, Yik Yaw Neo, Hans Slabbekoorn


Red squirrels use territorial vocalizations for kin discrimination

Original Research Article

Pages 79-85

David R. Wilson, Adam R. Goble, Stan Boutin, Murray M. Humphries, David W. Coltman, Jamieson C. Gorrell, Julia Shonfield, Andrew G. McAdam


Impact of visual contact on vocal interaction dynamics of pair-bonded birds

Original Research Article

Pages 125-137

E.C. Perez, M.S.A. Fernandez, S.C. Griffith, C. Vignal, H.A. Soula


Nutrition and peer group composition in early adolescence: impacts on male song and female preference in zebra finches

Original Research Article

Pages 147-158

Mariam Honarmand, Katharina Riebel, Marc Naguib


Experimental chronic noise exposure affects adult song in zebra finches

Original Research Article

Pages 201-207

Dominique A. Potvin, Scott A. MacDougall-Shackleton


Song divergence between subspecies of reed bunting is more pronounced in singing styles under sexual selection

Original Research Article

Pages 221-231

Luís de Oliveira Gordinho, Eloisa Matheu, Dennis Hasselquist, Júlio Manuel Neto



Ethology Volume 121, Issue 7 Pages i–i, 625-724 (July 2015)


Within-Species Mate Preferences Do Not Contribute to the Maintenance of Sexually Monomorphic Mating Signals in Green Lacewings

pages 714–724

Suegene Noh and Charles S. Henry

Article first published online: 7 APR 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12385


Ethology Volume 121, Issue 8 Pages i–i, 725-822 (August 2015)

Choosing a Mate in a Cocktail Party-Like Situation: The Effect of Call Complexity and Call Timing between Two Rival Males on Female Mating Preferences in the Túngara Frog Physalaemus pustulosus

Pages 749–759

Zaida Tárano

Article first published online: 24 APR 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12387


Ethology Volume 121, Issue 9 Pages i–i, 823-931 (September 2015)



Changes in Performance of Shared and Unshared Songs Within and Between Years in the White-crowned Sparrow

Pages 850–860

Angelika Poesel and Douglas A. Nelson

Article first published online: 10 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12399



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