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    1. Schultz, JK; Switzer, PV
      Pursuit of heterospecific targets by territorial amberwing dragonflies (Perithemis tenera say): A case of mistaken identity

      JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
    2. Etges, S; Ott, S
      Lichen mycobionts transplanted into the natural habitat

      SYMBIOSIS
    3. Panhuis, TM; Butlin, R; Zuk, M; Tregenza, T
      Sexual selection and speciation

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    4. Etges, WJ; Jackson, LL
      Premating isolation is determined by larval rearing substrates in cactophilic Drosophila mojavensis part 6 - Epicuticular hydrocarbon variation in Drosophila mojavensis cluster species

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    5. Grant, PR
      Reconstructing the evolution of birds on islands: 100 years of research

      OIKOS
    6. Macedonia, JM
      Habitat light, colour variation, and ultraviolet reflectance in the Grand Cayman anole, Anolis conspersus

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    7. Heth, G; Todrank, J; Busquet, N; Baudoin, C
      Odour-genes covariance and differential investigation of individual odoursin the Mus species complex

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    8. Fleishman, LK; Persons, M
      The influence of stimulus and background colour on signal visibility in the lizard Anolis cristatellus

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Howard, RW; Perez-Lachaud, G; Lachaud, JP
      Cuticular hydrocarbons of Kapala sulcifacies (Hymenoptera : Eucharitidae) and its host, the ponerine ant Ectatomma ruidum (Hymenoptera : Formicidae)

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    10. Dodenhoff, DJ; Stark, RD; Johnson, EV
      Do woodpecker drums encode information for species recognition?

      CONDOR
    11. De Kort, SR; Ten Cate, C
      Response to interspecific vocalizations is affected by degree of phylogenetic relatedness in Streptopelia doves

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    12. Etges, WJ; Ahrens, MA
      Premating isolation is determined by larval-rearing substrates in cactophilic Drosophila mojavensis. V. Deep geographic variation in epicuticular hydrocarbons among isolated populations

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    13. Taylor, JW; Jacobson, DJ; Kroken, S; Kasuga, T; Geiser, DM; Hibbett, DS; Fisher, MC
      Phylogenetic species recognition and species concepts in fungi

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    14. Pfennig, KS
      Female spadefoot toads compromise on mate quality to ensure conspecific matings

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    15. Johnson, KP
      The evolution of courtship display repertoire size in the dabbling ducks (Anatini)

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    16. Brown, DA; Boysen, ST
      Spontaneous discrimination of natural stimuli by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Ptacek, MB
      The role of mating preferences in shaping interspecific divergence in mating signals in vertebrates

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    18. Alder, TB; Rose, GJ
      Integration and recovery processes contribute to the temporal selectivity of neurons in the midbrain of the northern leopard frog, Rana pipiens

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Schausberger, P; Croft, BA
      Cannibalism and intraguild predation among phytoseiid mites: Are aggressiveness and prey preference related to diet specialization ?

      EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY
    20. Costa, FG; Viera, C; Francescoli, G
      A comparative study of sexual behavior in two synmorphic species of the genus Lycosa (Araneae, Lycosidae) and their hybrid progeny

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    21. Munclinger, P; Frynta, D
      Social interactions within and between two distant populations of house mouse

      FOLIA ZOOLOGICA
    22. Scheffel, A; Kramer, B
      Electric signals in the social behavior of sympatric elephantfish (Mormyridae, Teleostei) from the upper Zambezi river

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    23. Wiens, JJ
      Decoupled evolution of display morphology and display behaviour in phrynosomatid lizards

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    24. Grant, PR; Grant, BR; Petren, K
      The allopatric phase of speciation: the sharp-beaked ground finch (Geospiza difficilis) on the Galapagos islands

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    25. Burt, JM; Lent, KL; Beecher, MD; Brenowitz, EA
      Lesions of the anterior forebrain song control pathway in female canaries affect song perception in an operant task

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    26. Brown, RM; Iskandar, DT
      Nest site selection, larval hatching, and advertisement calls, of Rana arathooni from southwestern Sulawesi (Celebes) Island, Indonesia

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    27. MacLeod, CD
      Species recognition as a possible function for variations in position and shape of the sexually dimorphic tusks of Mesoplodon whales

      EVOLUTION
    28. Ryan, MJ; Getz, W
      Signal decoding and receiver evolution - An analysis using an artificial neural network

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    29. Boake, CRB
      Flying apart: Mating behavior and speciation

      BIOSCIENCE
    30. Horster, A; Curio, E; Witte, K
      No sexual imprinting on a red bill as a novel trait

      BEHAVIOUR
    31. Cicero, C; Benowitz-Fredericks, ZM
      Song types and variation in insular populations of Lincoln's sparrow (Melospiza lincolnii), and comparisons with other Melospiza

      AUK
    32. Rivero, A; Alatalo, RV; Kotiaho, JS; Mappes, J; Parri, S
      Acoustic signalling in a wolf spider: can signal characteristics predict male quality?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    33. Saetre, GP; Kral, M; Bures, S; Ims, RA
      Dynamics of a clinal hybrid zone and a comparison with island hybrid zonesof flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca and F-albicollis)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    34. Lorenzi, MC; Cometto, I; Marchisio, G
      Species and colony components in the recognition odor of young social wasps: Their expression and learning (Polistes biglumis and P-atrimandibularis;Hymenoptera : Vespidae)

      JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
    35. Woolley, SMN; Rubel, EW
      High-frequency auditory feedback is not required for adult song maintenance in Bengalese finches

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Pascalis, O; Petit, O; Kim, JH; Campbell, R
      Picture perception in primates: The case of face perception

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    37. Slabbekoorn, H; ten Cate, C
      Collared dove responses to playback: Slaves to the rhythm

      ETHOLOGY
    38. Becker, ML; Watson, SL; Ward, JP
      Mirror-directed social behaviors of Garnett's greater bush baby (Otolemur garnettii)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    39. Eltz, T; Whitten, WM; Roubik, DW; Linsenmair, KE
      Fragrance collection, storage, and accumulation by individual male orchid bees

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    40. ten Cate, C; Vos, DR
      Sexual imprinting and evolutionary processes in birds: A reassessment

      ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, VOL. 28
    41. Kramer, A; Konigsberg, LW
      Recognizing species diversity among large-bodied hominoids: a simulation test using missing data finite mixture analysis

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
    42. Xu-Friedman, MA; Hopkins, CD
      Central mechanisms of temporal analysis in the knollenorgan pathway of mormyrid electric fish

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    43. Crawford, JD; Huang, XF
      Communication signals and sound production mechanisms of mormyrid electricfish

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    44. Zandomeneghi, M
      Fluorescence of cereal flours

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    45. Irwin, DE; Price, T
      Sexual imprinting, learning and speciation

      HEREDITY
    46. Aiello, LC; Wood, B; Key, C; Lewis, M
      Morphological and taxonomic affinities of the Olduvai ulna (OH 36)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
    47. Donnelly, SM; Kramer, A
      Testing for multiple species in fossil samples: An evaluation and comparison of tests for equal relative variation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
    48. Gougeon, FA; Leckie, DG; Paradine, D; Scott, I
      Individual tree crown species recognition: The Nahmint study

      AUTOMATED INTERPRETATION OF HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION DIGITAL IMAGERY FOR FORESTRY, INTERNATIONAL FORUM
    49. DEATH RB
      CAN VIDEO IMAGES IMITATE REAL STIMULI IN ANIMAL BEHAVIOR EXPERIMENTS

      Biological reviews
    50. JONES IL; HUNTER FM
      HETEROSPECIFIC MATING PREFERENCES FOR A FEATHER ORNAMENT IN LEAST AUKLETS

      Behavioral ecology
    51. PFENNIG KS
      THE EVOLUTION OF MATE CHOICE AND THE POTENTIAL FOR CONFLICT BETWEEN SPECIES AND MATE-QUALITY RECOGNITION

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    52. PRICE T
      SEXUAL SELECTION AND NATURAL-SELECTION IN BIRD SPECIATION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    53. MANN DA; LOBEL PS
      ACOUSTIC BEHAVIOR OF THE DAMSELFISH DASCYLLUS-ALBISELLA - BEHAVIORAL AND GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION

      Environmental biology of fishes
    54. LOSOS JB; CHU LR
      EXAMINATION OF FACTORS POTENTIALLY AFFECTING DEWLAP SIZE IN CARIBBEANANOLES

      Copeia
    55. Morris, MR
      Further examination of female preference for vertical bars in swordtails: preference for 'no bars' in a species without bars

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    56. Slabbekoorn, H; Ten Cate, C
      Multiple parameters in the territorial coo of the collared dove: Interactions and meaning

      BEHAVIOUR
    57. Riebel, K; Slater, PJB
      Testing female chaffinch song preferences by operant conditioning

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    58. BARLOW GW
      SEXUAL-SELECTION MODELS FOR EXAGGERATED TRAITS ARE USEFUL BUT CONSTRAINING

      American zoologist
    59. RIGHTMIRE GP
      EVIDENCE FROM FACIAL MORPHOLOGY FOR SIMILARITY OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN REPRESENTATIVES OF HOMO-ERECTUS

      American journal of physical anthropology
    60. CRAWFORD JD
      HEARING AND ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION IN MORMYRID ELECTRIC FISHES

      Marine and freshwater behaviour and physiology
    61. ADRET P
      DISCRIMINATION OF VIDEO IMAGES BY ZEBRA FINCHES (TAENIOPYGIA-GUTTATA)- DIRECT EVIDENCE FROM SONG PERFORMANCE

      Journal of comparative psychology
    62. MUNCLINGER P; FRYNTA D
      RELATIONS BETWEEN DISTANT POPULATIONS OF MUS MUSCULUS SENSU-LATO - ISTHERE ANY ODOR-BASED DISCRIMINATION

      Folia Zoologica
    63. DOI M; NEMOTO T; NAKANISHI H; KUWAHARA Y; OGUMA Y
      BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSE OF MALES TO MAJOR SEX-PHEROMONE COMPONENT, (Z,Z)-5,25-HENTRIACONTADIENE, OF DROSOPHILA-ANANASSAE FEMALES

      Journal of chemical ecology
    64. FUJITA K; WATANABE K; WIDARTO TH; SURYOBROTO B
      DISCRIMINATION OF MACAQUES BY MACAQUES - THE CASE OF SULAWESI SPECIES

      Primates
    65. JULIUS ML; ESTABROOK GF; EDLUND MB; STOERMER EF
      RECOGNITION OF TAXONOMICALLY SIGNIFICANT CLUSTERS NEAR THE SPECIES LEVEL, USING COMPUTATIONALLY INTENSE METHODS, WITH EXAMPLES FROM THE STEPHANODISCUS-NIAGARAE COMPLEX (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE)

      Journal of phycology
    66. LEHTO T; MORGAN BP; MERI S
      BINDING OF HUMAN AND RAT CD59 TO THE TERMINAL COMPLEMENT COMPLEXES

      Immunology
    67. SEARCY WA; NOWICKI S; HUGHES M
      THE RESPONSE OF MALE AND FEMALE SONG SPARROWS TO GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATIONIN SONG

      The Condor
    68. SEARCY WA; CAPP MS
      ESTRADIOL DOSAGE AND THE SOLICITATION DISPLAY ASSAY IN RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS

      The Condor
    69. SLABBEKOORN H; TENCATE C
      STRONGER TERRITORIAL RESPONSES TO FREQUENCY-MODULATED COOS IN COLLARED DOVES

      Animal behaviour
    70. GRANT PR; GRANT BR
      HYBRIDIZATION, SEXUAL IMPRINTING, AND MATE CHOICE

      The American naturalist
    71. SIMMONDS EJ; ARMSTRONG F; COPLAND PJ
      SPECIES IDENTIFICATION USING WIDE-BAND BACKSCATTER WITH NEURAL-NETWORK AND DISCRIMINANT-ANALYSIS

      ICES journal of marine science
    72. GRANT PR; GRANT BR
      SPECIATION AND HYBRIDIZATION IN ISLAND BIRDS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    73. SEARCY WA
      SOUND-PRESSURE LEVELS AND SONG PREFERENCES IN FEMALE RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS (AGELAIUS-PHOENICEUS) (AVES, EMBERIZIDAE)

      Ethology
    74. THOMPSON RCA; LYMBERY AJ
      GENETIC-VARIABILITY IN PARASITES AND HOST-PARASITE INTERACTIONS

      Parasitology
    75. CHEW SJ; VICARIO DS; NOTTEBOHM F
      A LARGE-CAPACITY MEMORY SYSTEM THAT RECOGNIZES THE CALLS AND SONGS OFINDIVIDUAL BIRDS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. XU XF; ARNASON U
      THE MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA MOLECULE OF SUMATRAN ORANGUTAN AND A MOLECULAR PROPOSAL FOR 2 (BORNEAN AND SUMATRAN) SPECIES OF ORANGUTAN

      Journal of molecular evolution
    77. RYAN MJ; RAND AS; WEIGT LA
      ALLOZYME AND ADVERTISEMENT CALL VARIATION IN THE TUNGARA FROG, PHYSALAEMUS-PUSTULOSUS

      Evolution
    78. GRANT BR; GRANT PR
      CULTURAL INHERITANCE OF SONG AND ITS ROLE IN THE EVOLUTION OF DARWINSFINCHES

      Evolution
    79. OLOGHLEN AL; ROTHSTEIN SI
      CULTURALLY CORRECT SONG DIALECTS ARE CORRELATED WITH MALE AGE AND FEMALE SONG PREFERENCES IN WILD POPULATIONS OF BROWN-HEADED COWBIRDS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    80. FUJITA K; WATANABE K
      VISUAL PREFERENCE FOR CLOSELY-RELATED SPECIES BY SULAWESI MACAQUES

      American journal of primatology
    81. NJEGOVAN M; ITO S; MEWHORT D; WEISMAN R
      CLASSIFICATION OF FREQUENCIES INTO RANGES BY SONGBIRDS AND HUMANS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes
    82. KRAMER A; DONNELLY SM; KIDDER JH; OUSLEY SD; OLAH SM
      CRANIOMETRIC VARIATION IN LARGE-BODIED HOMINOIDS - TESTING THE SINGLE-SPECIES HYPOTHESIS FOR HOMO-HABILIS

      Journal of Human Evolution
    83. WADDLE DM; MARTIN LB; STOCK DA
      SEXING ISOLATED HOMINOID CANINES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE MIDDLEMIOCENE SPECIMENS FROM PASALAR, TURKEY

      Journal of Human Evolution
    84. LEAL M; RODRIGUEZROBLES JA
      ANTIPREDATOR RESPONSES OF ANOLIS-CRISTATELLUS (SAURIA, POLYCHROTIDAE)

      Copeia
    85. CHEW SJ; MELLO C; NOTTEBOHM F; JARVIS E; VICARIO DS
      DECREMENTS IN AUDITORY RESPONSES TO A REPEATED CONSPECIFIC SONG ARE LONG-LASTING AND REQUIRE 2 PERIODS OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN THE SONGBIRDFOREBRAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    86. GILLHAM MC; DEVRIJER PWF
      PATTERNS OF VARIATION IN THE ACOUSTIC CALLING SIGNALS OF CHLORIONA PLANTHOPPERS (HOMOPTERA, DELPHACIDAE) COEXISTING ON THE COMMON REED PHRAGMITES-AUSTRALIS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    87. WILCZYNSKI W; RAND AS; RYAN MJ
      THE PROCESSING OF SPECTRAL CUES BY THE CALL ANALYSIS SYSTEM OF THE TUNGARA FROG, PHYSALAEMUS-PUSTULOSUS

      Animal behaviour
    88. MARIN I
      SEXUAL ISOLATION IN DROSOPHILA .2. INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN MATE RECOGNITION SYSTEMS

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    89. KLEIN RG
      THE LONG-HORNED AFRICAN BUFFALO (PELOROVIS-ANTIQUUS) IS AN EXTINCT SPECIES

      Journal of archaeological science
    90. SEARCY WA; COFFMAN S; RAIKOW DF
      HABITUATION, RECOVERY AND THE SIMILARITY OF SONG TYPES WITHIN REPERTOIRES IN RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS (AGELAIUS-PHOENICEUS) (AVES, EMBERIZIDAE)

      Ethology
    91. SCHMITT A; SCHUSTER M; BARTH FG
      VIBRATORY COMMUNICATION IN A WANDERING SPIDER, CUPIENNIUS-GETAZI - FEMALE AND MALE-PREFERENCES FOR FEATURES OF THE CONSPECIFIC MALES RELEASER

      Animal behaviour
    92. MACEDONIA JM; EVANS CS; LOSOS JB
      MALE ANOLIS LIZARDS DISCRIMINATE VIDEO-RECORDED CONSPECIFIC AND HETEROSPECIFIC DISPLAYS

      Animal behaviour
    93. GERHARDT HC
      SELECTIVE RESPONSIVENESS TO LONG-RANGE ACOUSTIC-SIGNALS IN INSECTS AND ANURANS

      American zoologist
    94. SHARMAN MY; ROBERTSON RJ; RATCLIFFE LM
      VOCALIZATIONS OF THE TREE SWALLOW (TACHYCINETA-BICOLOR) DURING THE PRELAYING PERIOD - A STRUCTURAL AND CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS

      The American midland naturalist
    95. SHARMAN MY; ROBERTSON RJ; RATCLIFFE LM
      VOCALIZATIONS OF THE TREE SWALLOW (TACHYCINETA-BICOLOR) DURING THE PRELAYING PERIOD - A STRUCTURAL AND CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS

      The American midland naturalist
    96. GRANT PR
      HYBRIDIZATION OF DARWIN FINCHES ON ISLA-DAPHNE-MAJOR, GALAPAGOS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    97. FUJITA K
      ROLE OF SOME PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN SPECIES RECOGNITION BY PIGTAIL MONKEYS

      Primates
    98. FUJITA K
      DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL PREFERENCE FOR CLOSELY RELATED SPECIES BY INFANT AND JUVENILE MACAQUES WITH RESTRICTED SOCIAL EXPERIENCE

      Primates
    99. KRUIJT JP; MEEUWISSEN GB
      CONSOLIDATION AND MODIFICATION OF SEXUAL PREFERENCES IN ADULT MALE ZEBRA FINCHES

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    100. SAETRE GP; KRAL M; BICIK V
      EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE FOR INTERSPECIFIC FEMALE MIMICRY IN SYMPATRIC FICEDULA FLYCATCHERS

      Evolution


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