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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 112, Number 9, September 2006

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Signal Interception and the Use of Soft Song in Aggressive Interactions
pp. 865-872(8)
Authors: Searcy, William A.; Nowicki, Stephen

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Vigilance and Collective Detection of Predators in Degus (Octodon degus)
pp. 879-887(9)
Authors: Ebensperger, Luis A.; Hurtado, María José; Ramos-Jiliberto, Rodrigo

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Black and White Colobus Monkey (Colobus guereza) Roars as a Source of Both Honest and Exaggerated Information About Body Mass
pp. 911-920(10)
Authors: Harris, Tara R.; Fitch, W. T.; Goldstein, Louis M.; Fashing, Peter J.

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Lactating Females Do Not Discriminate Between Their Own Young and Unrelated Pups in the Communally Breeding Rodent, Octodon degus
pp. 921-929(9)
Authors: Ebensperger, Luis A.; Hurtado, María José; Valdivia, Isabel

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Testing Experimental Results in the Field: Comment on Ficetola and De Bernardi (2005)
pp. 930-931(2)
Authors: Hettyey, Attila; Pearman, Peter B.

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Testing Experimental Results in the Field: Reply to Hettyey and Pearman
pp. 932-933(2)
Authors: Ficetola, Gentile F.; De Bernardi, Fiorenza

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