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Cassette review: Voices of the New World Cuckoos and Trogons Vielliard, J. 1988 2-3 246
Cassette reviews: Les Voix des Rapaces; Rapaces Diurnes et nocturnes Bergmann, H.-H. 1988 2-3 247
Acoustic signalling of the great black-headed gull Larus ichthyaetus Pallas Mierauskas, P. & Buzun, V. 1988 1 49-56
Do courtship songs differ individually in the domestic pigeon Columba livia domestica? Abs, M. & Jeismann, R. 1988 2-3 151-157
Cassette review: Voices of the New World Nightbirds (Owls, nightjars and their allies) Vielliard, J. 1989 4 320-321
Parameters used for recognition of distress calls in two species: Larus argentatus and Sturnus vulgaris Aubin, T. & Brémond, J.C. 1989 1 22-33
Calls of the Storm Petrel Hydrobates pelagicus [abstract] Bretagnolle, V. 1989 2 166-167
The role of sound in recognition of mother hen by the chick [abstract] Kent, J. P. 1989 2 165
Redundancy and ambient noise level of the colony in the Emperor Penguin Aptenodytes forsteri Robisson, P. 1989 2 169
Audio review: Voices of New World Pigeons and Doves; Nightjars & their allies; Owls Vielliard, J. 1990 4 352-353
Distinguishing individual male wild turkeys by analyzing vocalizations using a personal computer Dahlquist, F.C., Schemnitz, S.D. & Flachs, B.K. 1990 4 303-316
Duration discrimination in Northern bobwhite quail Brown, L.J. & Bailey, E.D. 1990 4 317-326
Characteristics of territorial and mating calls in willow ptarmigan Lagopus l. lagopus Johnsen, R., Espmark, Y., Pedersen, H.C. & Steen, J.B. 1991 1 17-30
Detection of species-specific calls in noise by zebra finches Poephila guttata and budgerigars Melopsittacus undulatus: time or frequency domain? Okanoya, K. & Dooling, R.J. 1991 3 163-172
Comparative analysis of acoustic structure of passerine and woodpecker nestling calls Popp, J. & Ficken, M.S. 1991 4 255-274
Development of Vocal Repertoires in Anatidae [abstract] Karl-Heinz Frommolt 1992 1 63
Analysis of the Individual Specificity of Calls in the Emperor Penguin Aptenodytes forsteri [abstract] P. Robisson, T. Aubin and J-C. Brémond 1992 1 67
Intraspecific Variation in the Long Call of Herring Gull Larus argentatus in Eastern Baltic and Comparison with Larus cachinnans [abstract] Pranas Mierauskas and Edmundas Greimas 1992 1 69
Roles of pitch and duration in the discrimination of the mate's call in the King penguin Apenodytes patagonicus Robisson, P. 1992 1 25-36
Vocal Signals of the Antarctic Tern Sterna vittata - phylogenesis, Intraspecific Communication and Interspecific Differences [abstract] A. Gebauer 1992 1 69-70
Individually distinctive bittern booms: potential as a census tool McGregor, P.K. & Byle, P. 1992 2 93-109
Vocal Development Pathways in Male and Female Shelducks Tadorna tadorna [abstract] W. Engländer and H.-H. Bergmann 1992 1 73-74
Analysis of the warble song of the budgerigar Melopsittacus undulatus Farabaugh, S.M., Brown, E.D. & Dooling, R.J. 1992 2 111-130
Who is Calling? Individual Features in Shelduck Tadorna tadorna Calls [abstract] A. Timcke and H.-H. Bergmann 1992 1 74
Coo types in the collared dove Streptopelia decaocto; one theme, distinctive variations ten Cate, C. 1992 3 161-183
Book review: Acoustical Signals of Shorebirds Boswall, J. 1993 1-2 163
Individually distinctive corncrake Crex crex calls: a pilot study L. May 1994 1 25-32
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1993. Part I Invertebrates-Non-passerine birds Hansen, P. 1994 4 291-302
A quantitative analysis of individuality in barnacle goose loud calls Hausberger, M., Richard, J.P., Black, J.M. & Quris, R. 1994 4 247-260
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
Audio cassette review: Voices of the Tinamous B. Whitney 1995 3 249-251
CD Review: Southern African Bird Sounds by G. Gibbon P.G. Ryan 1996 1 73
Vocal communication of spectacled parrotlets Forpus conspicillatus [abstract] R. Wanker 1996 4 312
Vocalisation of curassows (Cracidae) [abstract] P. Hansch & D. Wallschlager 1996 4 315
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1995 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1996 1 53-72
Cassette review: Voices of the New World Quails by J.W.Hardy & R.J. Raitt J. Vielliard 1996 1 74-75
Sonographic analysis of redshank Tringa totanus calls [abstract] L. Ferdinand 1996 4 299-300
A pilot study for recognition of individual nightjars [abstract] M. Rebbeck 1996 4 306
Discrimination of the parental call be the king penguin chick Aptenodytes patagonicus: the "cocktail-party'' effect [abstract] Thierry Aubin and Pierre Jouventin 1997 3-4 254-255
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1996 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1997 3-4 287-318
Vocalization structure and its possible function in the brown- headed parrot Poicephalus cryptoxanthus [abstract] Vincenzo Venuto and Renato Massa 1997 3-4 268
Individually distinctive corncrake Crex crex calls: a further study L. May 1998 2 135-148
Individual recognition in the adelie penguin Pygoscelis adeliae and the king penguin Aptenodytes patagonicum two strategies of acoustic communication in a noisy environment [abstract] Thierry Aubin & Pierre Jouventin 1998 2 154
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Acoustic differentiation in the coo-vocalisations of the Collared Dove M. Ballintijn & C. ten Cate 1999 1 1-17
Individuality in "Yodel" calls recorded from a banded population of Common Loons, Gavia immer C. Walcott, D. Evers, M. Froehler & A. Krakauer 1999 2-3 101-114
The vocal repertoire of the Grey crowned crane Balearica regulorum gibbericeps. 1. The tonal and the non-harmonic calls C. Budde 1999 2-3 161-173
The vocal repertoire of the Grey crowned crane Balearica regulorum gibbericeps. II. The unison call of the crowned crane C. Budde 1999 2-3 191-201
The comparison of harmonically related rich sounds using spectrographic cross-correlation and principal components analysis K.A. Cortopassi & J.W. Bradbury 2000 2 89-127
Can testosterone induce the male whistle-shake call in female shelducks Tadorna tadorna? H.-H. Bergmann & H. Düttmann 2001 4 265-276

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