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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 116, Number 10, October 2010

Multiple Sexual Ornamentation Signals Male Quality and Predicts Female Preference in Minnows
pp. 895-903(9)
Authors: Kekäläinen, Jukka; Valkama, Hannele; Huuskonen, Hannu; Taskinen, Jouni

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Variance-Sensitive Green Woodhoopoes: A New Explanation for Sex Differences in Foraging?
pp. 941-950(10)
Authors: Wright, Jonathan; Radford, Andrew N.

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Repertoire Sharing and Song Similarity between Great Tit Males Decline with Distance between Forest Fragments
pp. 951-960(10)
Authors: Rivera-Gutierrez, Hector F.; Matthysen, Erik; Adriaensen, Frank; Slabbekoorn, Hans

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‘Virtual Parrots’ Confirm Mating Preferences of Female Budgerigars
pp. 961-971(11)
Authors: Moravec, Marin L.; Striedter, Georg F.; Burley, Nancy T.

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Sex-selective Predation by Threespine Sticklebacks on Sea Lice: A Novel Cleaning Behaviour
pp. 981-989(9)
Authors: Losos, Craig J. C.; Reynolds, John D.; Dill, Lawrence M.

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Vibratory Communication in the Jumping Spider Phidippus clarus: Substrate-borne Courtship Signals are Important for Male Mating Success
pp. 990-998(9)
Authors: Elias, Damian O.; Sivalinghem, Senthurran; Mason, Andrew C.; Andrade, Maydianne C. B.; Kasumovic, Michael M.

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