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Authors: Moore and Cook

Communication networks and loser effects interact to influence the outcome of aggressive interactions in the crayfish Orconectes rusticus M.E. Cook & P.A. Moore 1) (Laboratory for Sensory Ecology, J.P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind, & Behaviour, Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling

In: Behaviour

-21 August in 2016. This figure is published in colour in the online version. In addition to providing this important role, we are now inviting herpetologists around the world to join an exciting new WCH initiative to develop a global communication network for herpetologists. The objective is to provide a

In: Amphibia-Reptilia

Black-capped chickadee dawn choruses are interactive communication networks Jennifer R. Foote 1,3) , Lauren P. Fitzsimmons 2,4) , Daniel J. Mennill 2) & Laurene M. Ratcliffe 1) ( 1 Biology Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6; 2 Department of Biological Sciences

In: Behaviour

SOCIOBIOLOGY OF RHESUS MONKEYS III: THE BASIC COMMUNICATION NETWORK by STUART A. ALTMANN 1) (Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA) (With 3 Figures) (Rec. 13-XII-1967) , INTRODUCTION A society is an association of individuals that are bound together by

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conceal their preference to prevent other males from copying their mate choice. Keywords : cavefish, communication networks, mate choice, aggressive behaviour, sperm competition. 4) Corresponding author’s email address: mplath@rz.uni-potsdam.de © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 Behaviour 145, 931

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which mating decisions are being made. Keywords : mate preference, communication networks, sperm competition, mate competition, mate choice copying. Introduction An increasing body of literature considers the question of how environmen- tal constraints (like resource availability, presence of predators

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strategies, and extend our knowledge of how the social environment can affect within-pair dynamics. Keywords : communication networks, sexual selection, extra-pair copulation, eavesdropping, courtship displays, playback experiments. Introduction Communicating in an acoustic network means that signals can be

In: Behaviour

.B. (2003). Degradation of whitethroat vocalisa- tions: Implications for song flight and communication network activities. — Behaviour 140, p. 695-719. Brenowitz, E.A. (1989). Neighbour call amplitude influences aggressive behaviour and inter- male spacing in choruses of the Pacific treefrog ( Hyla regilla

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.1163/000579509X12483520922124 Also available online - www.brill.nl/beh 1740 Padur, Wedekind, Öztürk, Streit, Tiedemann & Plath Keywords : audience effect, communication networks, foraging, sexual-asexual coexistence, sexual conflict, sperm competition. Introduction Coercive male mating behaviour has been

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DEGRADATION OF WHITETHROAT VOCALISATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SONG FLIGHT AND COMMUNICATION NETWORK ACTIVITIES by THORSTEN J.S. BALSBY 1) , TORBEN DABELSTEEN and SIMON BOEL PEDERSEN 2) (Department of Animal Behaviour & Centre for Sound Communication, Zoological Institute, University of Copenhagen

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