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Acoustic pattern variations in the female-directed birdsongs of a colony of laboratory-bred zebra finches
How do king penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus) apply the mathematical theory of information to communicate in windy conditions?
Role of the Dorsomedial Nucleus (DM) of Intercollicular Complex with Regard to Sexual Difference of Distance Calls in Bengalese Finches
Effects of saccular otolith removal on hearing sensitivity of the sleeper goby (Dormitator latifrons)
Acousticstructures of sound in Gunnison's prairie dog alarm calls aredescribed, showing how these acoustic structures may encode information aboutthree different predator species (red-tailed hawkâ€”Buteo jamaicensis; domestic dogâ€”Canis familaris;and coyoteâ€”Canis latrans). By dividing each alarm call into 25equal-sized partitions and using resonant frequencies within each partition, commonlyoccurring acoustic structures were identified as components of alarm callsfor the three predators. Although most of the acoustic structuresappeared in alarm calls elicited by all three predator species,the frequency of occurrence of these acoustic structures varied amongthe alarm calls for the different predators, suggesting...