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Dine with Your Own Kind: Mapping whale calls, researchers find the predators feed in species-specific hotspots. Chu, Jennifer Sep 1, 2018 954
Dog brains divide language tasks: as in humans, meaning and intonation interpreted separately. Hamers, Laurel Oct 1, 2016 441
What's in a Howl? Researchers in Yellowstone are hoping to uncover the meaning behind the haunting sounds of wolves. Brulliard, Nicolas Jun 22, 2016 1084
Whale song: Caribbean sperm wells speak with a distinctive accent, research shows. Brief article Apr 1, 2016 323
Baby fish are noisier than expected: gray snapper larvae may communicate with knocks, growls. Milius, Susan Nov 15, 2014 449
Flocking Behavior: Implications for Communicating with One Voice. Oct 1, 2014 829
Visual display in Blanchard's cricket frogs (Acris blanchardi). Horne, Eva A.; Foulks, Sarah; Bello, Nora M. Report Sep 1, 2014 3169
Diaphorina citri (Hemiptera: Liviidae) responses to microcontroller-buzzer communication signals of potential use in vibration traps. Mankin, R.W.; Rohde, B.B.; McNeill, S.A.; Paris, T.M.; Zagvazdina, N.I.; Greenfeder, S. Report Dec 1, 2013 4628
Ultrastructure of Tetraponera bifoveolata ant's antennae and it's role in communication. Alkaladi, Ali Report Jan 1, 2013 1582
How elephants call long-distance: air rushing through larynx produces infrasonic tones. Milius, Susan Brief article Sep 8, 2012 302
Investigating bacterial-animal symbioses with light sheet microscopy. Taormina, Michael J.; Jemielita, Matthew; Stephens, W. Zac; Burns, Adam R.; Troll, Joshua V.; Partha Report Aug 1, 2012 8495
Interactions among forest-floor guild members in structurally simple microhabitats. Hickerson, Cari-Ann M.; Anthony, Carl D.; Walton, B. Michael Report Jul 1, 2012 5566
New songs for blue whales. Schneider, Erin Brief article Feb 15, 2010 274
Syntax from simians? Brief article Feb 4, 2010 144
Whinnies decoded. Binns, Corey Brief article Nov 9, 2009 115
Fly pheromones can say yes and no: attracting chemicals may also repel, limit interspecies mating. Saey, Tina Hesman Nov 7, 2009 385
Public tantrums defeat monkey mothers, too: bystanders make macaques more likely to give in to baby. Milius, Susan Apr 11, 2009 365
That Barking Dog May Want to Chat About Fairness. Shaw, Heather Brief article Mar 1, 2009 348
What's that racket? Smith, Kelly M. Feb 23, 2009 189
Courting mosquitoes match pitch to signal when they're in the mood: carriers of dengue fever virus harmonize their love songs. Sanders, Laura Jan 31, 2009 460
Baby talk. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 112
Chapter 6 Animal behavior. Brady, Colleen Jan 1, 2008 3479
Gray whale calls recorded near Barrow, Alaska, throughout the winter of 2003-04. Stafford, K.M.; Moore, S.E.; Spillane, M.; Wiggins, S. Jun 1, 2007 3517
Seismic sexual signal design of two sympatric burrowing tarantula spiders from meadows of Uruguay: Eupalaestrus weijenberghi and Acanthoscurria suina (Araneae, theraphosidae). Quirici, Veronica; Costa, Fernando G. Report Jan 1, 2007 4768
Mother deer can't ID their fawns by call. Brief article Sep 30, 2006 211
Croak! Chiang, Mona Brief article Sep 4, 2006 115
Regional seismic song differences in sky island populations of the jumping spider Habronattus pugillis Griswold (Araneae, Salticidae). Elias, Damian O.; Hebets, Eileen A.; Hoy, Ronald R.; Maddison, Wayne P.; Mason, Andrew C. Report Sep 1, 2006 6731
Ant trails. Norlander, Britt Brief Article Mar 6, 2006 125
To decipher odd elephant calls, call in a whale expert. Madin, Kate Sep 1, 2005 564
Hey, kids, it's time for drool. Brief Article Aug 27, 2005 285
Dee for danger: Chickadees add notes as threat grows. Milius, S. Jun 25, 2005 473
Review of the oriental wolf spider genus Passiena (Lycosidae, Pardosinae). Lehtinen, Pekka T. May 1, 2005 4792
Elephant voices. (S Africa). Smillie, Shaun Brief Article Aug 1, 2003 176
Behavioral characterization of attractin, a water-borne peptide pheromone in the genus Aplysia. Painter, Sherry D.; Clough, Bret; Black Sara; Nagle, Gregg T. Aug 1, 2003 6140
Barks are more than just "hey, you!" (Canines). Brief Article Aug 3, 2002 191
Real pandas do handstands. (Biology). Brief Article Apr 6, 2002 247
Do dolphins have names? Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 401
Tuning In To Humpbacks. Feb 1, 2002 2451
Besieged tadpoles send chemical alert. Carpenter, S. Brief Article Jun 12, 1999 468
Chipmunks' unpleasant reminders. S.M. Brief Article Apr 3, 1999 236
When Lizards Do Push-Ups. MILIUS, SUSAN Feb 27, 1999 1924
Chimpanzees warn each other about danger. Brief Article Jun 1, 1998 625
Friends, elephants: lend me your ears. Wu, Corinna Brief Article Apr 11, 1998 249
Size-dependent asymmetry: fluctuating asymmetry versus antisymmetry and its relevance to condition-dependent signaling. Rowe, Locke; Repasky, Richard R.; Palmer, Richard Oct 1, 1997 5744
Melodies on Wings. Cynx, Jeffrey May 1, 1997 1593
Whale chatter: making sense of marine mammals' clicks and calls. Adler, Tina Cover Story May 25, 1996 1831
Monkeys sound off, move out. Bower, Bruce Brief Article Apr 27, 1996 169
Starlings: I'll sing it my way and ours. Brief Article Oct 7, 1995 215
An ethogram of body patterning behavior in the squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii on spawning grounds in South Africa. Hanlon, Roger T.; Smale, Malcolm J.; Sauer, Warwick H.H. Dec 1, 1994 7084
Chemical communication in Hawaiian Drosophila. Tompkins, Laurie; McRobert, Scott P.; Kaneshiro, Kenneth Y. Oct 1, 1993 7718
Species recognition and sexual selection as a unitary problem in animal communication. Ryan, Michael J.; Rand, A. Stanley Apr 1, 1993 4750
Frog finds empty bandwidth, then croaks. Weiss, Rick Aug 11, 1990 212
New dancer in the hive; an insect imposter helps scientists decipher honeybee lingo. Weiss, Rick Oct 28, 1989 1947
Calls in the wild. Apr 8, 1989 290
Winging it: the female cowbird performs as a silent singing teacher. Eron, Carol Oct 29, 1988 1285
The body ear: to pinpoint a sound's direction, coqui frogs may lend not only an ear but a lung as well. Weisburd, Stefi May 14, 1988 1176
Fertile faster, if herd under roar. Jan 9, 1988 381
Driven batty, katydids change tune. Weiss, Rick Oct 10, 1987 600
Mice get an earful from left brain. Bower, Bruce Jan 31, 1987 625
Birds go buggy by sharing success. Kleist, Trina Nov 1, 1986 522
Elephant calls that humans can't hear. Feb 22, 1986 309
Making sense of animal sounds; scientists studying animal sounds are finding common threads to the barks, growls and whines of different species. Bennett, Dawn D. May 18, 1985 1794

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