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Demography of Female Greater Prairie-Chickens in Unfragmented Grasslands in Kansas
Populations of Greater Prairie-Chickens (Tympanuchus cupido) have been declining because of loss and fragmentation of tallgrass prairie habitats, and management plans require contemporary demographicExpand
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Potential for behavioral reproductive isolation between greater prairie-chickens and sharp-tailed grouse in west-central Minnesota
When ecological or behavioral species-isolating mechanisms are relaxed or incomplete, hybrid zones form. Greater prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus cupido) hybridize with sharp-tailed grouse (T.Expand
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Are vocal signals used to recognize individuals during male–male competition in greater prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus cupido)?
Vocal signaling can be an important component of vertebrate communication during social interactions. If vocalizations vary among individuals but are consistent within a given individual, they may beExpand
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Booming from the Mists of Nowhere: The Story of the Greater Prairie-Chicken
Booming from the Mists of Nowhere: The Story of the Greater Prairie-Chicken by Greg Hoch. 2015. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, IA, USA. xiii þ 126 pp., 10 figures. $19.95. ISBN 978-1-60938387-9Expand
Editors' Acknowledgments
Kevin Richard Abbott, Thomas Carlton Adam, Bart Adriaenssens, Christian Agrillo, Tomonari Akamatsu, Ça glar Akçay, Erol Akçay, Tatsuya Amano, Mirjam Amcoff, Luisa Amo, Maria Clara P. Amorim, WilliamExpand
Divergent color signals from homologous unfeathered ornaments in two congeneric grouse
Abstract Color‐based visual signals are important aspects of communication throughout the animal kingdom. Individuals evaluate color to obtain information about age and condition and to behaveExpand
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Multiple signals predict male mating success in the lek-mating lesser prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus)
Sexual selection theory maintains that traits under selection honestly advertise qualities of signaling individuals and that only individuals in the best condition can survive while displayingExpand