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Adjacency patterns in the song-type deliveries of Western MeadowlarksKEMPERE AWEIDA, M.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1989, Vol 91, Num 1, pp 208-210, issn 0010-5422Article

Characteristics, use, and significance of two singing behaviors in Grace's Warbler (Dendroica graciae)STAICER, C. A.The Auk. 1989, Vol 106, Num 1, pp 49-63, issn 0004-8038Article

The anti-exhaustion hypothesis: a new hypothesis to explain song performance and song switching in the great titLAMBRECHTS, M; DHONDT, A. A.Animal behaviour. 1988, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 327-334, issn 0003-3472Article

Song learning in adult great tits (Parus major): effects of neighboursMCGREGOR, P. K; KREBS, J. R.Behaviour. 1989, Vol 108, Num 1-2, pp 139-159, issn 0005-7959Article

Automatische Rufnummernauskunft = Automatic Telephone DirectoryPFISTER, B; SCHAUB, A.Technische Mitteilungen PTT. 1994, Vol 72, Num 5, pp 216-220, issn 0040-1471Article

Acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish, Halobatrachus didactylus : evidence for an unusual large vocal repertoireAMORIM, M. C. P; SIMOES, J. M; FONSECA, P. J et al.Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 2008, Vol 88, Num 5, pp 1069-1073, issn 0025-3154, 5 p.Article

Selective attrition and individual song repertoire development in song sparrowsNORDBY, J. Cully; CAMPBELL, S. Elizabeth; BEECHER, Michael D et al.Animal behaviour. 2007, Vol 74, pp 1413-1418, issn 0003-3472, 6 p., 5Article

Etude de la communication acoustique des genres Meriones, Pachyuromys, Psammomys, (Gerbillidae, Rodentia) : analyse phénétique et cladistique du répertoire, implications évolutivesBridelance, Pierre; Roubertoux, Pierre.1988, 198 p.Thesis

How western meadowlarks classify their songs: evidence from song matchingFALLS, J. B; HORN, A. G; DICKINSON, T. E et al.Animal behaviour. 1988, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 579-585, issn 0003-3472Article

The fast call of the adult male orangutanGALDIKAS, B. M. F; INSLEY, S. J.Journal of mammalogy. 1988, Vol 69, Num 2, pp 371-375, issn 0022-2372Article

Song similarity in an isolated population of fox sparrows (Passerella iliaca)NAUGLER, C. T; SMITH, P. C.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1991, Vol 93, Num 4, pp 1001-1003, issn 0010-5422Article

Song sharing and repertoire size in the sedge warbler, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus : changes within and between yearsNICHOLSON, Joanne S; BUCHANAN, Katherine L; MARSHALL, Rupert C et al.Animal behaviour. 2007, Vol 74, pp 1585-1592, issn 0003-3472, 8 p., 5Article

Tsip calls of meadow and rock pipits : interspecific comparisons and playbacki experimentsTHORSTEN ELFSTRÖM, S.Animal behaviour. 1992, Vol 43, pp 795-802, issn 0003-3472, 5Article

Organization of song in the European starling : species-specificity and individual differencesEENS, M; PINXTEN, R; VERHEYEN, R. F et al.Belgian journal of zoology. 1991, Vol 121, Num 2, pp 257-278Article

Vocalizations of Cooper's hawks during the pre-incubation stageROSENFIELD, R. N; BIELEFELDT, J.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1991, Vol 93, Num 3, pp 659-665, issn 0010-5422Article

Using appropriate experimental designs for intended hypotheses in song playbacks, with examples for testing effects of song repertoire sizesKROODSMA, D. E.Animal behaviour. 1990, Vol 40, pp 1138-1150, issn 0003-3472, 6Article

The vocal repertoire of adult tree shrews (Tupaia belangeri)BINZ, H; ZIMMERMANN, E.Behaviour. 1989, Vol 109, Num 1-2, pp 142-162, issn 0005-7959Article

Constancy and change in local dialects of the corn buntingMCGREGOR, P. K; THOMPSON, D. B. A.Ornis Scandinavica. 1988, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 153-159, issn 0030-5693Article

Structure of western meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta) song repertoiresHORN, A; FALLS, J. B.Canadian journal of zoology. 1988, Vol 66, Num 2, pp 284-288, issn 0008-4301Article

No overlap in song repertoire size between yearling and older Starlings Sturnus vulgarisEENS, M; PINXTEN, R; FRANS VERHEYEN, R et al.Ibis (London. 1859). 1992, Vol 134, Num 1, pp 72-76, issn 0019-1019Article

Song types of black-throated green warblers on migrationMORSE, D. H.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1991, Vol 103, Num 1, pp 93-96, issn 0043-5643Article

The many meanings of Great Tit songDHONDT, A. A; LAMBRECHTS, M. M.Belgian journal of zoology. 1991, Vol 121, Num 2, pp 247-256Article

Yellow warblers are able to learn songs and situations in which to use themSPECTOR, D. A; MCKIM, L. K; KROODSMA, D. E et al.Animal behaviour. 1989, Vol 38, Num 4, pp 723-725, issn 0003-3472Article

Der Gesang des Rotkehlchens (Erithacus rubecula superbus) von Teneriffa (Kanarische Inseln) ― Struktur und Erkennen eines Inseldialekts = Le chant du rouge-gorge (Erithacus rubecula suberbus) de Ténérife (Iles Canaries). Structure et reconnaissance du dialecte insulaire = The song of the robin (Erithacus rubecula suberbus) from Tenerife (Canarian Islands). Structure and reaction to playbackSTOCK, M; BERGMANN, H.-H.Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abteilung für allgemeine Zoologie und Physiologie der Tiere. 1988, Vol 92, Num 2, pp 197-212, issn 0044-5185Article

Bird song syntax: learned intraspecific variation is meaningfulBALABAN, E.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1988, Vol 85, Num 10, pp 3657-3660, issn 0027-8424Article

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