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Bioacoustic Articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology March to May 2018

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Date: Tue, 8 May 2018 10:19:36 +0000

Dear all,


below you find the bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology from March to May 2018.

Best, Elke



Animal Behaviour, Volume 137, e1-e2, 1-236 (March 2018)


Eavesdropping in an African large mammal community: antipredator responses vary according to signaller reliability

Pages 1-9

Meredith S. Palmer, Abby Gross


A lifetime of changing calls: North Atlantic right whales, Eubalaena glacialis, refine call production as they age

Pages 21-34

Holly Root-Gutteridge, Dana A. Cusano, Yu Shiu, Douglas P. Nowacek, ... Susan E. Parks


Birdsong characteristics are related to fragment size in a neotropical forest

Pages 45-52

Patrick J. Hart, Esther Sebastián-González, Ann Tanimoto, Alia Thompson, ... Michael Atencio-Picado


Song is not a reliable signal of general cognitive ability in a songbird

Original research article

Pages 205-213

Adrienne L. DuBois, Stephen Nowicki, Susan Peters, Karla D. Rivera-Cáceres, William A. Searcy


Birdsong performance studies: correcting a commentary on Cardoso and Atwell (2016)

Original research article

Pages e1-e2

Gonçalo C. Cardoso, Jonathan W. Atwell



Animal Behaviour, Volume 138, Pages e1-e14, 1-192 (April 2018)


The low-frequency acoustic structure of mobbing calls differs across habitat types in three passerine families

Pages 39-49

Alexis C. Billings


Is flight-calling behaviour influenced by age, sex and/or body condition?

Pages 123-129

Amy K. Tegeler, Kyle G. Horton and Sara R. Morris


The ‘hot male’ hypothesis: do female crickets prefer males with increased body temperature in mate choice scenarios?

Pages 75-84

Bettina Erregger, R. Matthias Hennig and Heiner Römer



Animal Behaviour, Volume 139, Pages e1-e8, 1-180 (May 2018)


Song type matching and vocal performance in territorial signalling by male swamp sparrows

Original research article

Pages 117-125

Irene A. Liu, Jill A. Soha, Stephen Nowicki Original research article


Ethology Volume 123, Issue 11 Pages i - i, 779 – 884 ( March 2018)

Behavioural responses of male ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus, L.) to playbacks of drumming displays

Nicholas P. O'Neil, Isabelle Charrier and Andrew N. Iwaniuk

Pages: 161-169


Honest error, precaution or alertness advertisement? Reactions to vertebrate pseudopredators in rednosed cuxiús (Chiropotes albinasus), a highcanopy neotropical primate

Adrian A. Barnett, Tadeu de Oliveira Rafaela, Fatima Soares da Silva, Samara de Albuquerque Teixeira, Lucy M. Todd and Sarah A. Boyle

Pages: 177-187


Ethology Volume 124, Issue 4, Pages i-iii, 209-278 (Apil 2018)

Who is in the neighborhood? Conspecific and heterospecific responses to perceived density for breeding habitat selection

Janice K. Kelly, Scott J. Chiavacci, Thomas J. Benson and Michael P. Ward

Pages: 269-278


Ethology Volume 124, Issue 5, Pages i-iii, 279-364 (May 2018)

Call recognition and female choice in a treefrog with a multicomponent call

Mark V. Oliva, Kristine Kaiser, Jeanne M. Robertson , David A. Gray

Pages: 331-337






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Elke Burkhardt


Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung

Ocean Acoustics Lab

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Klußmannstraße 3d

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