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Acoustic Articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology August-November 2018

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Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2018 08:42:38 +0000

Dear all,

acoustic articles from August to November 2018  in Animal Behaviour and Ethology and, best wishes Elke



Animal Behaviour, Volume 142, Pages 1-220 (August 2018)


Subspecies status and methods explain strength of response to local versus foreign song by oscine birds in meta-analysis

Timothy H. Parker, Emma I. Greig, Shinichi Nakagawa, Marcelina Parra, Anthony C. Dalisio

Pages 1-17


Anthropogenic calling sites boost the sound amplitude of advertisement calls produced by a tropical cricket

Bettina Erregger, Arne K.D. Schmidt

Pages 31-38


To compete or not to compete: bushcricket song plasticity reveals male body condition and rival distance

Marianna Anichini, Karl-Heinz Frommolt, Gerlind U.C. Lehmann

Pages 59-68


The importance of group vocal behaviour in roost finding

Maria Sagot, Caroline R. Schöner, Abigail J. Jago, Imran Razik, Gloriana Chaverri

Pages 157-164



Working hypotheses on the meaning of general alarm calls

Guillaume Dezecache, Mélissa Berthet

Pages 113-118


Animal Behaviour, Volume 143, 1-226 (September 2018)


Sing and do not stray: male rufous-and-white wrens use duets and physical behaviours to guard their mates

Zachary A. Kahn, Christopher Moser-Purdy, Daniel J. Mennill

Pages 35-42


Cognitive constraints on optimal foraging in frog-eating bats

Claire T. Hemingway, Michael J. Ryan, Rachel A. Page

Pages 43-50


Social context-dependent provisioning rules in red-winged fairy-wrens do not vary with signals of increased chick need

K.J. MacLeod, L. Brouwer

Pages 105-111



Signal or cue? Locomotion-induced sounds and the evolution of communication   
Pages 83-91
Christopher J. Clark


Animal Behaviour, Volume 144 Pages e1-e16, 1-152 (October 2018)         


Obligate, but not facultative, satellite males prefer the same male sexual signal characteristics as females

Rachel Olzer, Marlene Zuk

Pages 37-43


Animal Behaviour, Volume 145, Pages 1-174 (November 2018)


Convenience polyandry and the role of lone and reciprocal calls in a psyllid
Pages 1-10
Available Online 2018-10-01
U.K. Lubanga, R.A. Peters, M.J. Steinbauer


Presence of a potential competitor and its individual identity modulate ultrasonic vocalizations in male hamsters
Pages 11-27
Available Online 2018-10-02
Marcela Fernández-Vargas


Barn owl nestlings vocally escalate when interrupted by a sibling: evidence from an interactive playback experiment
Pages 51-57
Available Online 2018-10-10
Pauline Ducouret, Amélie N. Dreiss, Charlène Gémard, Xavier Falourd, Alexandre Roulin


Wolf howls encode both sender- and context-specific information
Pages 59-66
Available Online 2018-10-11
Stuart K. Watson, Simon W. Townsend, Friederike Range

A new statistical method to test equivalence: an application in male and female eastern bluebird song
Pages 77-85
Available Online 2018-10-12
Evangeline M. Rose, Thomas Mathew, Derek A. Coss, Bernard Lohr, Kevin E. Omland


Temporal structuring of vigilance behaviour by female Thomson's gazelles with hidden fawns
Pages 87-97
Available Online 2018-10-12
Blair R. Costelloe, Daniel I. Rubenstein


Kinship and association do not explain vocal repertoire variation among individual sperm whales or social units
Pages 131-140
Available Online 2018-10-23
Christine M. Konrad, Timothy R. Frasier, Luke Rendell, Hal Whitehead, Shane Gero


Experimental evidence that titi and saki monkey alarm calls deter an ambush predator
Pages 141-147
Available Online 2018-10-24
Dara B. Adams, Dawn M. Kitchen



Ethology Volume 124, Issue 8, Pages: i-iii, 527-622 (August 2018)


Soft songs in male ortolan buntings are used in an aggressive context but are not an aggressive signal.

Aleksandra Jakubowska and Tomasz S. Osiejuk

First published: 24 May 2018


Ravens adjust their antipredatory responses to con- and heterospecific alarms to the perceived threat.

Jana Nácarová, Petr Veselý and Thomas Bugnyar

First published: 19 June 2018



Ethology Volume 124, Issue 9, Pages: i-iii, 623-694 (September 2018)


Limited flexibility in female Pacific field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) exploratory behaviors in response to perceived social environment.

Justa L. HeinenKay, Daina B. Strub and Marlene Zuk

First published: 20 June 2018





Tree cricket baffles are manufactured tools

Natasha Mhatre

First published: 01 July 2018





Ethology Volume 124, Issue 10, Pages: i-iii, 695-776 (October 2018)


Quiet violence: Savannah Sparrows respond to playback- simulated rivals using low‐amplitude songs as aggressive signals.

Ines G. Moran, Stéphanie M. Doucet, Amy E. M. Newman, D. Ryan Norris and Daniel J. Mennill

First published: 11 September 2018



Advertising individual identity by mother and adolescent contact calls in Siberian wapiti Cervus elaphus sibiricus.

Olga V. Sibiryakova, Ilya A. Volodin and Elena V. Volodina

First published: 16 August 2018




Ethology Volume 124, Issue 11, Pages: i-iii, 777-843 (November 2018)


Testosterone pulses at the nest site modify ultrasonic vocalization types in a monogamous and territorial mouse

Mary E. Timonin Matina C. KalcounisRueppell Catherine A. Marler

Pages: 804-815

First published: 17 October 2018





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