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A laryngeal fibrous mass impacts the acoustics and attractiveness of a multicomponent call in túngara frogs (Physalaemus pustulosus) Alexander T. Baugh, Marcos Gridi-Papp & Michael J. Ryan 2018 3
Estimating density of calling male Eleutherodactylus coqui in Hawaii from audio recordings of the nighttime frog chorus Francis L. Benevides Jr., William J. Mautz, Christopher J. Jacobsen & Arnold H. Hara In press
Advertisement calls of Guenther’s frog Hylarana guentheri (Anura: Ranidae) during the breeding season Li Wei, Weiwei Shao, Xiaoli Fan, Jon Flanders, Guohua Ding & Zhihua Lin In press
The first call note of the Anhui tree frog (Rhacophorus zhoukaiya) is acoustically suited for enabling individual recognition Ke Fang Baowei Zhang, Steven E. Brauth, Yezhong Tang & Guangzhan Fang In press
Release and distress calls in European Spadefoot toads, genus Pelobates In press
Spatially-mediated call pattern recognition and the cocktail party problem in treefrog choruses: can call frequency differences help during signal overlap? In press
Quantitative description of the vocal repertoire of the territorial olive frog, Babina adenopleura, from Taiwan Ming-Feng Chuang, Yeong-Choy Kam and Mark A. Bee 2016 1 1-18
The advertisement calls of three Eleutherodactylus species from Hispaniola (Anura: Eleutherodactylidae) Pedro A. Galvis, Valentina Zaffaroni Caorsi, Santiago J. Sánchez-Pacheco & Marco Rada 2018 1 1-12
Mating calls of the Iberian midwife toads Alytes obstetricans boscai and Alytes cisternasi Crespo, E.G., Oliveira, M.E., Rosa, H.C., & Paillette, M. 1989 1 1-9
Underwater acoustic communication in the African Pipid frog Xenopus borealis Yager, D.D. 1992 1 1-24
Variation in the advertisement call in the foam-nesting treefrog Rhacophorus arboreus E. Kasuya & S. Shiobara 1996 1 1-11
Evolution of Acoustic Communication: a Multi-Level Analysis of Signal Variation H. Carl Gerhardt 2012 1 9-11
The significance of the multi-note advertisement calls in the reed frog, Hyperolius tuberilinguis Pallett, J.R. & Passmore, N.I. 1988 1 13-23
Techniques for studying the spatio-temporal distribution of animal vocalizations in tropical wet forest Hammer, Ø. & Barrett, N. 2001 1 21-35
Call diversity in an Old World treefrog: Level dependence and latency of acoustic responses Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Ludwig T.A. & Narins, P.M. 2002 1 21-35
The “acoustic adaptation hypothesis” - a review of the evidence from birds, anurans and mammals. E. Ey & J. Fischer. 2009 1-2 21-48
Do frogs experience auditory illusions? [abstract] Bee, M A & Seeba, F 2012 1 27-28
Sound pressure level of advertisement calls of Alytes cisternasii and Alytes obstetricans (Anura, Discoglossidae) R. Márquez, J. Bosch & M. Penna 2006 1 27-37
Temporal and spectral characteristics of the male Eleutherodactylus coqui two-note vocalization in Hawaii Francis L. Benevides Jr. & William J. Mautz 2014 1 29-38
Neither convergence nor divergence in the advertisement call of sympatric congeneric Neotropical treefrogs Luís Felipe Toledo, Diego Llusia, Conrado A. Vieira, Milena Corbo, Rafael Márquez 2015 1 31-47
Graded call variation in the Asian cricket frog Rana nicobariensis R. Jehle & A. Arak 1998 1 35-48
The brilliant-thighed poison frog Allobates femoralis (Aromobatidae): a handy fellow for anuran field bioacoustics [abstract] Hödl, W, Amézquita, A, Narins, P & Lima, A 2012 1 37-38
Forms of Call Overlap and Their Impact on Advertisement Call Attractiveness to Females of the Gray Treefrog Hyla versicolor Joshua J. Schwartz & Vincent T. Marshall 2006 1 39-56
Acoustic monitoring of populations at thermal extremes of midwife toads in Iberia: phenology, chorus recruitment, and relation with temperature [abstract] Llusia, D , Márquez, R , Arias, A , Pérez, M , Beltrán, J F , Benítez, M , Amaral, J P , Oliveira, J O & Castro, M J 2012 1 45
Temperature and vocal activity in Hyla meridionalis and Hyla arborea (Anura, Hylidae) in Iberia. Comparison between populations at thermal extremes [abstract] Llusia, D , Beltrán, J F , Amaral, J P , Bowker, R G , Moreira, C & Márquez, R 2012 1 45-46
Mate choice occurs only in small choruses of painted reed frogs Hyperolius marmoratus Telford, S.R., Dyson, M.L. & Passmore, N.I. 1989 1 47-53
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1995 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1996 1 53-72
Identification and monitoring the population of anurans of the Thar desert and nearby vicinity using bioacoustic tools [abstract] Sharma, K. K. 2012 1 55-56
Tests for Call Restoration in the Gray Treefrog Hyla versicolor Joshua J. Schwartz, Kenneth Huth, Sherryll H. Jones, Robert Brown, Jacqueline Marks & Xiaoliang Yang 2010 1 59-86
Amphibian Underwater Hearing: Biophysics and Neurophysiology Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard and Taffeta M. Elliott 2008 1-3 60-62


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