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Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology April – August 2016



Animal Behaviour, Volume 114, Pages 1-272 (April 2016)



Raising a racket: invasive species compete acoustically with native treefrogs

Original Research Article

Pages 53-61

Jennifer B. Tennessen, Susan E. Parks, Travis P. Tennessen, Tracy Langkilde


Sender–receiver dynamics in leafhopper vibrational duetting

Original Research Article

Pages 139-146

Anka Kuhelj, Maarten de Groot, Andrej Blejec, Meta Virant-Doberlet


Mother–offspring recognition via contact calls in cattle, Bos taurus

Original Research Article

Pages 147-154

Mónica Padilla de la Torre, Elodie F. Briefer, Brad M. Ochocki, Alan G. McElligott, Tom Reader


Context-dependent effects of testosterone treatment to males on pair maintenance behaviour in zebra finches

Original Research Article

Pages 155-164

Nora H. Prior, Kang Nian Yap, Tian Qi D. Liu, Clementine Vignal, Kiran K. Soma


Black-capped chickadees, Poecile atricapillus, avoid song overlapping: evidence for the acoustic interference hypothesis

Original Research Article

Pages 219-229

David R. Wilson, Laurene M. Ratcliffe, Daniel J. Mennill


Individual flight-calling behaviour in wood warblers

Original Research Article

Pages 241-247

Sara R. Morris, Kyle G. Horton, Amy K. Tegeler, Michael Lanzone


Animal Behaviour, Volume 115, Pages 1-282 (May 2016)


Great tits, Parus major, increase vigilance time and reduce feeding effort during peaks of aircraft noise

Original Research Article

Pages 29-34

J. Ignacio Klett-Mingo, Ignacio Pavón, Diego Gil


Morphologically structured vocalizations in female Diana monkeys

Original Research Article

Pages 97-105

Camille Coye, Klaus Zuberbühler, Alban Lemasson


Animal Behaviour, Volume 116, Pages 1-238 (June 2016)



Behavioural responses to sound exposure in captivity by two fish species with different hearing ability

Original Research Article

Pages 1-11

Saeed Shafiei Sabet, Kees Wesdorp, James Campbell, Peter Snelderwaard, Hans Slabbekoorn


Common vampire bat contact calls attract past food-sharing partners

Original Research Article

Pages 45-51

Gerald G. Carter, Gerald S. Wilkinson


Auditory discrimination learning in zebra finches: effects of sex, early life conditions and stimulus characteristics

Original Research Article

Pages 99-112

Buddhamas Kriengwatana, Michelle J. Spierings, Carel ten Cate


Songbird mates change their call structure and intrapair communication at the nest in response to environmental noise

Original Research Article

Pages 113-129

Avelyne S. Villain, Marie S.A. Fernandez, Colette Bouchut, Hédi A. Soula, Clémentine Vignal


Territorial raven pairs are sensitive to structural changes in simulated acoustic displays of conspecifics

Original Research Article

Pages 153-162

Stephan A. Reber, Markus Boeckle, Georgine Szipl, Judith Janisch, Thomas Bugnyar, W. Tecumseh Fitch


A novel statistical method for behaviour sequence analysis and its application to birdsong

Original Research Article

Pages 181-193

Sarah J. Alger, Bret R. Larget, Lauren V. Riters


A fine-scale, broadly applicable index of vocal performance: frequency excursion

Original Research Article

Pages 203-212

Jeffrey Podos, Dana L. Moseley, Sarah E. Goodwin, Jesse McClure, Benjamin N. Taft, Amy V.H. Strauss, Christine Rega-Brodsky, David C. Lahti


Animal Behaviour, Volume 117, Pages 1-210 (July 2016)


Multimodal duetting in magpie-larks: how do vocal and visual components contribute to a cooperative signal's function?

Original Research Article

Pages 35-42

Paweł Ręk, Robert D. Magrath


Behavioural plasticity in the onset of dawn song under intermittent experimental night lighting

Original Research Article

Pages 155-165

Arnaud Da Silva, Mihai Valcu, Bart Kempenaers


Changes in bottlenose dolphin whistle parameters related to vessel presence, surface behaviour and group composition

Original Research Article

Pages 167-177

J. Heiler, S.H. Elwen, H.J. Kriesell, T. Gridley


Animal Behaviour, Volume 118, Pages 1-190 (August 2016)


Large vocal repertoires do not constrain the dear enemy effect: a playback experiment and comparative study of songbirds

Original Research Article

Pages 55-64

Christopher Moser-Purdy, Daniel J. Mennill


Nocturnal songs in a diurnal passerine: attracting mates or repelling intruders?

Original Research Article

Pages 105-114

Antonio Celis-Murillo, Thomas J. Benson, J. Roberto Sosa-López, Michael P. Ward


Tropical wrens rely more on acoustic signals than visual signals for inter- and intraspecific discrimination

Original Research Article

Pages 153-163

Kristina G. Hick, Stéphanie M. Doucet, Daniel J. Mennill


Ethology Volume 122, Issue 4 Pages i–i, 267-353 (April 2016)

Experimental Tests of the Function and Flexibility of Song Consistency in a Wild Bird. Pages 319–328

Conor C. Taff and Corey R. Freeman-Gallant

Version of Record online: 3 FEB 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12471


Structural Classification of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) Vocalizations.

Pages 329–342

Maxime Garcia, Bruno Gingras, Daniel L. Bowling, Christian T. Herbst, Markus Boeckle, Yann Locatelli and W. Tecumseh Fitch

Version of Record online: 16 FEB 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12472


Non-Salient Geographic Variation in Birdsong in a Species That Learns by Improvisation.

Pages 343–353

Jill A. Soha, Angelika Poesel, Douglas A. Nelson and Bernard Lohr

Version of Record online: 15 FEB 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12474



Ethology Volume 122, Issue 5 Pages i–i, 355-441 (May 2016)

Do Male Mountain Chickadees Discriminate between Local and Non-Local Elevation Intruders?

Pages 376–388

Carrie L. Branch and Vladimir V. Pravosudov


Might also be of interest:

Indirect Effects of an Existing Wind Energy Facility on Lekking Behavior of Greater Prairie-Chickens.

Pages 419–429

Jennifer A. Smith, Cara E. Whalen, Mary Bomberger Brown and Larkin A. Powell


Female Attraction to Higher Pitched Male Enticement Calls in Barn Swallows.

Pages  430–441

Masaru Hasegawa and Emi Arai

Version of Record online: 16 MAR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12492


Ethology Volume 122, Issue 6 Pages i–i, 443-521 (June 2016)

Ultrasonic Reaction of Bank Vole Males to the Presence of Females Varying in Hormonal Activity.

Pages 468–480

Joanna Kapusta and Małgorzata Kruczek

Version of Record online: 21 APR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12495


Ethology Volume 122, Issue 7 Pages i–i, 523-619 (July 2016)

Vocal Cues to Identity: Pied Babblers Produce Individually Distinct But Not Stable Loud Calls.

Pages 609–619

David J. Humphries, Fiona M. Finch, Matthew B. V. Bell and Amanda R. Ridley

Version of Record online: 3 JUN 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12508


Ethology Volume 122, Issue 8 Pages i–i, 621-701 (August 2016)



Dingo Howls: The Content and Efficacy of a Long-Range Vocal Signal.

Pages 649–659

Eloïse C. Déaux, Jennifer A. Clarke and Isabelle Charrier

Version of Record online: 27 MAY 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12510


Song and Male Quality in Prairie Warblers.

Pages 660-670

Bruce E. Byers, Michael E. Akresh and David I. King

Version of Record online: 15 JUN 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12513




Best wishes






Elke Burkhardt


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