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Principles of Animal Communication
Part 1 Production, transmission, and reception of signals: the properties of sound fourier analysis sound production sound propogation sound reception properties of light production and transmissionExpand
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Social organization and kinship in the polygynous bat Phyllostomus hastatus
Summary1.Social behavior in the bat Phyllostomus hastatus was examined in Trinidad, W.I. over a 26-month period. The studies included (a) long-term observations on marked individuals, (b) the use ofExpand
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Mate choice in lekking sage grouse revisited: the roles of vocal display
In lekking sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus), females exhibit relatively unanimous mate choice for particular males, but a satisfactory explanation for this unanimity has been elusive. WeExpand
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The energetic cost of display in male sage grouse
The energetic expenditure of displaying male sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus, was measured for 18 individuals in the field using the doubly labelled water technique. Daily energy expenditureExpand
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GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION IN THE CONTACT CALLS OF ORANGE-FRONTED PARAKEETS
Abstract We examined patterns of geographic variation in contact calls of Orange-fronted Parakeets (Aratinga canicularis) during the nonbreeding season. Calls were recorded throughout the range ofExpand
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Sexual selection in lekking sage grouse: phenotypic correlates of male mating success
SummaryMate choice cues in sage grouse were reinvestigated by analyzing relationships between male mating success and a range of suggested cues. Display cues were implicated by significantExpand
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Social organization and foraging in emballonurid bats
Summary1.Four species of neotropical emballonurids were contrasted in their demographic profiles and their patterns of parental investment. Species using less seasonal habitats (Rhynchonycteris nasoExpand
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Body size and sex allocation in simultaneously hermaphroditic animals
Sex allocation theory predicts that hermaphrodites optimally divide resources between male and female function, and this strategy may vary with a wide range of individual and population traits. WeExpand
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THE COMPARISON OF HARMONICALLY RICH SOUNDS USING SPECTROGRAPHIC CROSS-CORRELATION AND PRINCIPAL COORDINATES ANALYSIS
ABSTRACT We explore the effectiveness of spectrographs cross-correlation (SPCC) combined with principal coordinates (PCO) analysis as a method for sound comparison. We do this using synthetic soundsExpand
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