Vocal Stereotypy and Singing Behavior in Baiomyine Mice

@inproceedings{Miller2007VocalSA,
  title={Vocal Stereotypy and Singing Behavior in Baiomyine Mice},
  author={Jacqueline R. Miller and Dale A. Engstrom},
  year={2007}
}
We examined spectral features that characterize the highly stereotyped, repetitive vocalizations of New World baiomyine rodents. Although stereotyped vocal signaling, described as ‘‘song,’’ has been documented in Scotinomys (singing or brown mice), its occurrence was unknown in the sister taxon Baiomys (pygmy mice). We also recorded vocalizations of females, about which little information was previously available. Although examination of morphological and molecular data supports a close… CONTINUE READING

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