Behavioral Ecology of Elliot’s Laughingthrush (Trochalopteron (Garrulax) elliotii, Timaliidae, Aves): 2. Vocal Repertoire

@article{Opaev2017BehavioralEO,
  title={Behavioral Ecology of Elliot’s Laughingthrush (Trochalopteron (Garrulax) elliotii, Timaliidae, Aves): 2. Vocal Repertoire},
  author={A. Opaev and Meisi Liu and Z. Kang},
  journal={Biology Bulletin},
  year={2017},
  volume={44},
  pages={1100-1110}
}
Our work is the first study on the vocal repertoire of one of the babbler species, Elliot’s laughingthrush. Field studies were carried out in Hupingshan Nature Reserve, Hunan Province, China. There are three types of signals in the repertoire: songs, calls (chattering), and duets. Songs and calls are used by both males and females. The song consists of a quiet introduction (short note) and a louder main part (two or three tonal notes). There are up to four song variants in the repertoire of a… Expand
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