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Potential of bat pass duration measures for studies of bat activity Christian Kerbiriou, Yves Bas, Isabelle Le Viol, Romain Lorrilliere, Justine Mougnot & Jean François Julien 2019 2 177-192
AURITA: an affordable, autonomous recording device for acoustic monitoring of audible and ultrasonic frequencies Richard D. Beason, Rüdiger Riesch & Julia Koricheva 2019 4 381-396
Stability and change in the vocal signatures of common marmoset mobbing calls Michele M. Mulholland & Nancy G. Caine 2019 3 210-223
Acoustic characterisation of bats from Malta: setting a baseline for monitoring and conservation of bat populations Clare Marie Mifsud & Adriana Vella 2019 5 427-442
Application of a semi-automated vocal fingerprinting approach to monitor Bornean gibbon females in an experimentally fragmented landscape in Sabah, Malaysia Dena J. Clink, Margaret C. Crofoot & Andrew J. Marshall 2019 3 193-209
Noise affects porpoise click detections – the magnitude of the effect depends on logger type and detection filter settings Karin Tubbert Clausen, Jakob Tougaard, Jacob Carstensen, Matthieu Delefosse & Jonas Teilmann 2019 5 443-458
Characterizing the rhythm and tempo of sound production by singing whales Jennifer N. Schneider & Eduardo Mercado III 2019 3 239-256
The communicative life of a social carnivore: acoustic repertoire of the ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua) Aline Gasco, Humberto F. Ferro & Patricia F. Monticelli 2019 5 459-487
Release and distress calls in European Spadefoot toads, genus Pelobates Florina Stanescu, Lucas R. Forti, Dan Coganiceanu & Rafael Márquez 2019 3 224-238
Sound communication in social voles (subgenus Sumeriomys) Marina Rutovskaya 2019 6 503-521
Time-frequency warping of spectrograms with the application to bird sound analysis Panu Somervuo 2019 3 257-268
A test of the matched filter hypothesis in two sympatric frogs, Chiromantis doriae and Feihyla vittata Yue Yang, Bicheng Zhu, Jichao Wang, Steven E. Brauth, Yezhong Tang & Jianguo Cui 2019 5 488-502
Spectral call features provide information about the aggression level of greater mouse-eared bats (Myotis myotis) during agonistic interactions Michael H. Walter & Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler 2019 1 1-25
Spatially-mediated call pattern recognition and the cocktail party problem in treefrog choruses: can call frequency differences help during signal overlap? Joshua J. Schwartz & Maria Eugenia Serratto Del Monte 2019 4 312-328
Singers in the grass: call description of conehead katydids (family: Tettigoniidae) and observations on avoidance of acoustic overlap Chandranshu Tiwari & Swati Diwakar 2019 6 522-538
Differences in the sounds of Guiana dolphin, Sotalia guianensis (Cetacea: Delphinidae) between two areas of southeastern and southern Brazil Lucimary S. Deconto & Emygdio L. A. Monteiro-Filho 2019 1 26-41
Conceptual and statistical problems with the use of the Shannon-Weiner entropy index in bioacoustic analyses Luis Sandoval, Gilbert Barrantes & David R. Wilson 2019 4 297-311
Classification threshold and training data affect the quality and utility of focal species data processed with automated audio recognition software Elly C. Knight & Erin M. Bayne 2019 6 539-554
Vocal communication in two lemming species (Lagurus lagurus and Eolagurus luteus) Rutovskaya, Marina 2019 1 42-56
Brays and bits: information theory applied to acoustic communication sequences of bottlenose dolphins A. R. Luís, I. S. Alves, F. V. Sobreira, M. N. Couchinho & M. E. dos Santos 2019 3 286-296
Decoding the “Zeep” complex: Quantitative analysis of interspecific variation in the nocturnal flight calls of nine wood warbler species (Parulidae spp.) Blaine J. Landsborough, Jennifer R. Foote & Daniel J. Mennill 2019 6 555-574
Assessing the effect of sound file compression and background noise on measures of acoustic signal structure Marcelo Araya-Salas, Grace Smith-Vidaurre & Michael Webster 2019 1 57-73
Extremely divergent song types in the genus Aerotegmina Hemp (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Hexacentrinae) and the description of a new species from the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania (East Africa) Klaus-Gerhard Heller & Claudia Hemp 2019 3 269-285
Heterospecific recognition of referential alarm calls in two species of lemur Ben Walton & Arik Kershenbaum 2019 6 592-603
Call types of Bigg’s killer whales (Orcinus orca) in western Alaska: using vocal dialects to assess population structure Deborah L. Sharpe, Manuel Castellote, Paul R. Wade & Leslie A. Cornick 2019 1 74-99
Book Review: “Chants d’Amphibiens du Cameroun” Songs of Amphibians of Cameroon Rafael Márquez 2019 4 364-365
Ultrasonic bouts of a blind climbing rodent (Typhlomys chapensis): acoustic analysis Ilya A. Volodin, Aleksandra A. Panyutina, Alexei V. Abramov, Olga G. Ilchenko & Elena V. Volodina 2019 6 575-591
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 2019 2 101-114
Humpback whale singing activity off Goan coast in the Eastern Arabian Sea Shyam Kumar Madhusudhana, Bishwajit Chakraborty & G. Latha 2019 4 329-344
Siberian crane chick calls reflect their thermal state M. V. Goncharova & A. V. Klenova 2019 2 115-128
Modelling the production of complex calls in the túngara frog (Physalaemus pustulosus) Nicole M. Kime, Michael J. Ryan & Preston S. Wilson 2019 4 345-363
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 2019 2 129-139
Effect of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on the variability of echolocation pulses of Myotis nigricans (Schinz, 1821) (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) Cristian Kraker-Castañeda, Antonio Santos-Moreno, Consuelo Lorenzo & M. Cristina MacSwiney G. 2019 4 366-380
Age-related changes in song repertoire size and song type sharing in the Whinchat Saxicola rubetra T. M. Vaytina & D. A. Shitikov 2019 2 140-154
Vocal communication of simulated pain Jordan Raine, Katarzyna Pisanski, Julia Simner & David Reby 2019 5 404-426
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 2019 2 155-176
Ultrasound use by Sunda colugos offers new insights into the communication of these cryptic mammals Priscillia Miard, Lee Sim Lim, Nur Izzati Abdullah, Nurul Ain Elias & Nadine Ruppert 2019 5 397-403
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