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Wind farms noise and anuran diversity patterns: a study case at the Brazilian seasonal dry tropical forest Rogério Ferreira de Oliveira, André Felipe de Araujo Lira, Valentina Zaffaroni-Caorsi & Geraldo Jorge Barbosa de Moura In press
How do tree density and body size influence acoustic signals in Amazonian nurse frogs? Marina Vieira da Rosa, Miquéias Ferrão, Pedro Aurélio Costa Lima Pequeno & Albertina Pimentel Lima In press
Passive acoustic surveys and the BirdNET algorithm reveal detailed spatiotemporal variation in the vocal activity of two Anurans Connor M. Wood, Stefan Kahl, Stephanie Barnes, Rachel Van Horne & Cathy Brown In press
Acoustic plasticity in Boana goiana (Lutz, 1968) (Anura, Hylidae): how males respond to successive interactions with conspecific competitors Tainã Lucas Andreani, Rogério Pereira Bastos, Mariana Nascimento Siqueira, Werther Pereira Ramalho & Alessandro Ribeiro de Morais In press
Breeding phenology and behaviour of the Endangered Hewitt’s ghost frog Heleophryne hewitti in the Baviaanskloof World Heritage Site, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Brian Reeves & Werner Conradie In press
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
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
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
The “acoustic adaptation hypothesis” - a review of the evidence from birds, anurans and mammals. E. Ey & J. Fischer. 2009 1-2 21-48
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
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
The vocal repertoire of Pseudophilautus kani, a shrub frog (Anura: Rhacophoridae) from the Western Ghats of India Mark A. Bee, Robin Suyesh, and S.D. Biju 2013 1 67-85
Personal Perspective: historical aspects of recording and analysis in anuran bioacoustics 1954-1997 M.J. Littlejohn 1998 1 69-80
Hearing and Acoustic Communication Underwater in the Clawed Frog Xenopus l. laevis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 72-74
Timing of the advertisement call of the common tink frog (Diasporus diastema) shifts with the acoustic behaviour of local conspecifics Grace Capshaw, Andrew P. Foss-Grant, Konstantin Hartmann, Juan F. Sehuanes & Cynthia F. Moss 2020 1 79-96
Complex vocal communication in the southeast asian frog Polypedates leucomystax [abstract] Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard, Thomas A. Ludwig and Peter M. Narins 2002 1 80
Female calls among amphibia anura: an exceptional sound behaviour? [abstract] Renaud Boistel and Jérôme Sueur 2002 1 80-81
Advertisement calls of Limnonectes macrognathus (Anura: Dicroglossidae) and Leptobrachium smithi (Anura: Megophryidae), native frog species from Langkawi, Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia Dasi Ong & Shahriza Shahrudin 2022 1 81-91
Bioacoustic analysis for call characterization of two populations of green frog in Central Italy [abstract] Spigonardi, M P; La Porta, G & Mearelli, M. 2012 1 82
Patterns of daily and seasonal calling activity of a direct-developing frog of the subtropical Andean forests of Argentina M.S. Akmentins, L.C. Pereyra, E.A. Sanabria & M. Vaira 2015 2 89-99
The advertisement calls of three Hylid frogs from Hispaniola Pedro A. Galvis, Valentina Zaffaroni Caorsi, Santiago J. Sánchez-Pacheco & Marco Rada 2016 1 89-97
Effects of anthropogenic noise on anuran amphibians Valentina Zaffaroni-Caorsi, Camila Both, Rafael Márquez, Diego Llusia, Peter Narins, Marina Debon & Márcio Borges-Martins 2023 1 90-120
Cassette review: Batraciens de France Bondesen, P. 1988 1 94-95
Cassette review: Stimmen der Amphibien Mitteleuropas Bondesen, P. 1988 1 95
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2004 and earlier) P. Hansen 2005 1 97-138
CD review: Guia Sonora De Los Anfibios De Cuba. Roberto Alonso, Ariel Rodriguez & Rafael Márquez M.A. Bee 2008 1 97-98
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
Lateral Line Scene Analysis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 105-106
Call analysis of triploid hybrids resulting from diploid-tetraploid species crosses of Hylid tree frogs Mable, B.K. & Bogart, J.P. 1991 2 111-119
Local competitive environment and male condition influence within-bout calling patterns in túngara frogs Luke C. Larter, Ximena E. Bernal, Rachel A. Page & Michael J. Ryan 2023 2 121-142
The spectral structure of vocalization match hearing sensitivity but imprecisely in Philautus odontotarsus Bicheng Zhu, Jichao Wang, Steven E. Brauth, Yezhong Tang & Jianguo Cui 2017 2 121-134
Acoustic monitoring reveals year-round calling by invasive toads in tropical Australia Sheryn Brodie, Kiyomi Yasumiba, Michael Towsey, Paul Roe & Lin Schwarzkopf 2021 2 125-141


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