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Song structure and syllable and song repertoires of the Saffron Finch (Sicalis flaveola pelzelni) breeding in Argentinean pampas María Juliana Benítez Saldívar & Viviana Massoni 2018 4
Age-related changes in song repertoire size and song type sharing in the Whinchat Saxicola rubetra T. M. Vaytina & D. A. Shitikov In press
Two distinct song populations of Blue Tit Parus caeruleus in the French Mediterranean C. Doutrelant, T. Aubin, S. Hitier & M.M. Lambrechts 1998 1 1-16
Individual identity, song repertoire and duet function in the Crimson-breasted Shrike (Laniarius atrococcineus) Irene M. van den Heuvel, Michael I. Cherry & Georg M. Klump 2013 1 1-15
Using Songs To Identify Individual Mexican Antthrush Formicarius moniliger: Comparison of Four Classification Methods Alexander N. G. Kirschel, Dent A. Earl, Yuan Yao, Ivan A. Escobar, Erika Vilches, Edgar E. Vallejo & Charles E. Taylor 2009 1-2 1-20
Potential ranging cues contained within the energetic pauses of transmitted wren song Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & López Paris, A 2001 1 3-20
The function of song in Lesser Whitethroats Sylvia communis T.J.S Balsby 2000 1 17-30
Conveying information with one song type: Changes in dawn song performance correspond to different female breeding stages Victor Y. Zhang, Antonio Celis-Murillo, Michael P. Ward 2016 1 19-28
Parameters used for recognition of distress calls in two species: Larus argentatus and Sturnus vulgaris Aubin, T. & Brémond, J.C. 1989 1 22-33
Incomplete song strophes in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs L.: general influences on a specific behavioural output Heymann, J. & Bergmann, H.-H. 1988 1 25-30
Effects of personality on vocal responses to alternating and overlapping playback in great tits [abstract] M. Amy, P. Sprau, P. Goede & M. Naguib 2012 1 25-26
Neighbour-stranger recognition in the oriental magpie robin, Copsychus saularis [abstract] Bhatt, D; Sethi, V K & Kumar, A 2012 1 28
Experimental analysis of singing direction as a tool to investigate the function of bird song [abstract] Brumm, H 2012 1 29
The Song Overlap Null model Generator (SONG): a new tool for distinguishing between random and non-random song overlap Masco, Christina; Allesina, Stefano; Mennill, Daniel; Pruett-Jones, Stephen 2016 1 29-40
Loudness of syllables is related to syntax and phonology in the songs of canaries and seedeaters [abstract] Cardoso, G & Mota, P G 2012 1 29-30
Acoustic interactions in small groups of forest birds, the European wrens (Troglodytes troglodytes) [abstract] Courvoisier, H; Camacho Schlenker, S & Aubin, T 2012 1 30
Song stability and neighbour-stranger vocal discrimination in a migratory songbird: a long-term perspective [abstract] Draganoiu, T I & Mathevon, N 2012 1 30-31
Bird monogamy: behavioural and vocal evidences of a pressure towards social association more than reproduction [abstract] Elie, J E, Soula, H A, Mathevon, N & Vignal, C 2012 1 31
The function of song forms in the Lesser Whitethroat Sylvia curruca I. Klit 1999 1 31-45
Neighbours’ talk: interspecific choruses among songbirds Rachele Malavasi, Almo Farina 2013 1 33-48
Variations in the song of the pied flycatcher within and between breeding seasons Espmark, Y.O. & Lampe, H.M. 1993 1-2 33-65
Constrained permutation in "chick-a-dee"- like calls of a black-lored tit Parus xanthogenys J.P. Hailman 1994 1 33-50
The organization of song when considering the population’s entire repertoire [abstract] Garamszegi, L. Z., Zsebok, S., Török, J. 2012 1 34-35
The communicative significance of tonality in birdsong: responses to songs produced in helium Nowicki, S., Mitani, J.C., Nelson, D.A. & Marler, P. 1989 1 35-46
Unusual song and responses in a chaffinch Fringilla coelebs Vallet, E.M. & Kreutzer, M.L. 1992 1 37-42
Correlations between song complexity and potential estimates of male quality in common blackbirds [abstract] Hesler, N , Mundry, R , Sacher, T , Coppack, T , Bairlein, F & Dabelsteen, T 2012 1 37
A test of the Acoustic Adaptation Hypothesis in three types of tropical forest: degradation of male and female Rufous-and-white Wren songs Brendan A. Graham, Luis Sandoval, Torben Dabelsteen & Daniel J. Mennill 2017 1 37-61
Individual recognition and recognition errors in parent/offspring communication [abstract] Jacot, A; Reers, H. & Forstmeier, W. 2012 1 38
Singing the popular songs? Do common nightingales adjust their song to the songs of the population? [abstract] S. Kiefer, C. Sommer, C. Scharff & S. Kipper 2012 1 39-40
Quiet song in common blackbirds – repertoire size and use in aggressive context [abstract] Klump, B; Hesler, N & Dabelsteen, T 2012 1 40-41


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