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Behaviour 150 (2013) 61–74 brill.com/beh Peacock copulation calls attract distant females Jessica L. Yorzinski a , b , ∗ and K.R. Anoop c a Animal Behavior Graduate Group and Department of Evolution and Ecology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA b Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

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1. Introduction Copulation calls are species specific, easily distinguishable vocalizations given before, during or after mating. They occur in a wide range of animal species, from Northern elephant seals (Cox & LeBoeuf, 1977) to little brown bats (Racey et al., 1987), peacocks (Anoop

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Copulation Calls in Male Formosan Macaques: Honest Signals of Male Quality? Minna J. Hsua Jin-Fu Linb Li-Ming Chena Govindasamy Agoramoorthya, c aDepartment of Biological Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, and bShi-Pu Junior High School, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC; cWildlife

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. cynocephalus cyno- cephalus, Macaca sylvanus and M. fascicularis [Maestripieri and Roney, 2005]. The function of these copulation calls varies; they may be signals of social advertisement to minimise competition, signals of proximity of ovulation or of female reproductive state and/or of mating outcome

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they do with affiliation and conflict resolution (Thierry and Aurelli), kinship in Barbary macaques (Paul), vocal communication from a comparative perspective (Fischer and Hammerschmidt), differentiating copulation calls in female Barbary macaques (Semple and McComb), reproduction in female Barbary

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with both hands. Two typical reactions by females displaying some degree of turgescence of the sexual skin occur th rough­ out the series, nam ely the copulation call and the w ithdraw al reaction. T h e c o p u l a t i o n c a l l by the female commences after a num ber of pelvic th ru sts have

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Conception 218 Conflict 232 Conservation 190, 191, 194, 238 Consolation 239 Contest 201 Contraception 235 Co-operation 213 Copulation calls 229 Cortical projections 226 Cuc Phuong National Park 193 Data collection 240 Database 240 Dentition 216, 228 Dexterity 205 Diet 216, 228 Discrimination ability 208

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on the Sex Ratio of Golden Lion Tamarins Born in Zoos Bayfield, A. (Lincoln); Young, R.J. (Lincoln/Belo Horizonte) 217 Predation by Eulemur fulvus fulvus on a Nestling of Terpsiphone mutata (Aves: Monarchidae) in Dry Forest in North-Western Madagascar Mizuta, T. (Kyoto) 220 Copulation Calls in Male

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distinctive of all the pairing reactions. They include Food-begging by the female, regurgitation (with the Mew Call) by the male, mutual Head- tossing before copulation, copulation itself (with a Copulation Call by the male), and hostile post-copulatory displays (usually an Upright Posture plus Head

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.15-0.25 0.05-0.20 0.20-0.60 Female copulation F/classes IV+V non-tonal or 0.20-0.25 0.05 0.02-0.10 call (74) mixed Male copulation call (22) M/class V tonal 2.0-4.5 1.0-3.0 0.05-0.15 ‘Squeak’ (38) M+F/classes II+III. occasionally by F/IV+V tonal or mixed 2.0-3.0 0.3-1.0 0.07-0.20 ‘Scream’ (48) M/class II

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