SPECIES-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS AND INDIVIDUAL VARIATION OF THE BARK CALL PRODUCED BY MALE AUSTRALIAN FUR SEALS, ARCTOCEPHALUS PUSILLUS DORIFERUS

@article{Tripovich2005SPECIESSPECIFICCA,
  title={SPECIES-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS AND INDIVIDUAL VARIATION OF THE BARK CALL PRODUCED BY MALE AUSTRALIAN FUR SEALS, ARCTOCEPHALUS PUSILLUS DORIFERUS},
  author={J. Tripovich and T. Rogers and J. Arnould},
  journal={Bioacoustics},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={79 - 96}
}
ABSTRACT Australian fur seals Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus are colonial breeding animals forming dense social groups during the breeding season. During this time, males establish and defend territories through physical conflicts, stereotyped posturing and vocalisations. While vocalisations are suggested to play an important role in male recognition systems, it has received little attention. Recordings of nine adult male Australian fur seals were made during the 2000 and 2001 breeding… Expand
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