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Acoustic analyses on the vocal development of the human infant during the first year of life [abstract] Regina Wick 1994 1 72
Recent bioacoustic publications (1993 and earlier) Part II Passerine birds - General Hansen, P. 1994 1 51-68
The Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt University of Berlin [abstract] Karl-Heinz Frommolt . 1994 1 72-73
Using the National Sound Archive wildlife collections in bioacoustic research [abstract] Richard Ranft 1994 1 73
Does the redstart Phoenicurus phoenicurus mimic bird species heard during migration? Jacques Comolet-Tirman 1994 1 73-79
Equipment for sound analysis and playback: a survey P. McGregor & R Ranft 1994 1 83-86
Ultrasonic vocalization in infant mice: a slow motion analysis [abstract] Daniela Santucci, lgor Branchi & Enrico Alleva 1994 1 79-80
On the song of Sylvia curruca, Sylvia nana and Sylvia communis in Mongolia [abstract] Dieter Wallschlager 1994 1 80
SYNTANA: a software for the SYNThesis and ANAlysis of animal sounds [abstract] Thierry Aubin 1994 1 80-81
Song production and song recognition in a group of sibling grasshopper species (Chorthippus dorsatus, Ch. dichrous and Ch. loratus: Orthoptera, Acrididae) A. Stumpner and O. von Helversen 1994 1 1-23
Low-cost real-time spectrographic analysis of sounds [abstract] Gianni Pavan 1994 1 81
Individually distinctive corncrake Crex crex calls: a pilot study L. May 1994 1 25-32
Constrained permutation in "chick-a-dee"- like calls of a black-lored tit Parus xanthogenys J.P. Hailman 1994 1 33-50
Sounds produced by the grey gurnard Eutrigla gurnardus L. (Pisces, Triglidae) and related fish [abstract] Maria Clara Pessoa de Amorim & Anthony Donald Hawkins 1994 1 69-70
Temporal and sequential organization of song in the great reed warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus [abstract] Stefan Fischer 1994 1 70-71
Different singing styles of mated and unmated males in the reed bunting Emberiza schoeniclus [abstract] Erwin Nemeth 1994 1 71
Stridulatory organs of Mutillid wasps (Hymenoptera) [abstract] Gunther Tschuch 1994 1 71
Audio cassette review: Voices of neotropical wood warblers: Parulidae Vielliard, J. 1995 2 181-183
Directional hearing in insects: an evolutionary and mechanistic analysis [abstract] D. Robert & R. R. Hoy 1995 3 215
Recent bioacoustic publications (1994 and earlier) Hansen, P. 1995 3 221-248
Evolutionary influences on the receiver system in insect bioacoustics; coevolution and sexual selection [abstract] M. G. Ritchie 1995 3 216
The multiple lateral lines of giant rhizodont fishes; passive 3-D location of prey in muddy swamps? [abstract] M. A. Taylor 1995 3 216-217
Echolocating bats and tympanate moths: interactions and perspectives [abstract] D. A. Waters & G. Jones 1995 3 217
Adaptation to severe conditions of propagation: long-distance distress calls and courtship calls of a colonial seabird T. Aubin & N. Mathevon 1995 2 153-161
Social influences on song learning in zebra finches [abstract] P. J. B. Slater 1995 3 217
Control of call carrier frequency in the bush cricket Ruspolia nitidula R.O. Stephen & J.C. Hartley 1995 2 163-170
Signalling in the real world: bird song and communication networks [abstract] P. K. McGregor 1995 3 218
Phylogeny of bioacoustic parameters in birds J. Vielliard 1995 2 171-174
Respiratory muscle function in relation to vocalization in flying bats [abstract] W. C. Lancaster & O. W. Henson, Jr 1995 3 218-219
Energetics of echolocation [abstract] J. R. Speakman 1995 3 219

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