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Volume 49, Number 1, 1995

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Pup contact promotes paternal responsiveness in male meadow voles
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: Storey, A.E.; Joyce, T.L.

Colour bands, combs and coverable badges in willow ptarmigan
pp. 53-62(10)
Authors: Hannon, S.J.; Eason, P.

Vigilance in white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus, in Costa Rica
pp. 63-70(8)
Authors: Rose, L.M.; Fedigan, L.M.

Resource quality affects the agonistic behaviour of territorial salamanders
pp. 71-79(9)
Authors: Gabor, C.R.; Jaeger, R.G.

Response of eastern chipmunks to conspecific alarm calls
pp. 81-93(13)
Authors: Weary, D.M.; Kramer, D.L.

Cooperation in male lions: kinship, reciprocity or mutualism?
pp. 95-105(11)
Authors: Grinnell, J.; Packer, C.; Pusey, A.E.

Ornate plumage of male red junglefowl does not influence mate choice by females
pp. 117-125(9)
Authors: Ligon, J.D.; Zwartjes, P.W.

Female red junglefowl choose to mate with multiple males
pp. 127-135(9)
Authors: Ligon, J.D.; Zwartjes, P.W.

Can three-spined sticklebacks learn when to display? Rewarded displays
pp. 137-150(14)
Authors: Losey, G.S.; Sevenster, P.

Mother-infant relationships in Japanese macaques: sources of inter-individual variation
pp. 151-158(8)
Authors: Schino, G.; D'Amato, F.R.; Troisi, A.

Can honey bees count landmarks?
pp. 159-164(6)
Authors: Chittka, L.; Geiger, K.

Optimizing visual landmarks: two- and three-dimensional minimal landscapes
pp. 165-179(15)
Authors: Etienne, A.S.; Joris-Lambert, S.; Dahn-Hurni, C.; Reverdin, B.

Repeatability of mate choice: the effect of size in the African painted reed frog, Hyperolius marmoratus
pp. 181-186(6)
Authors: Jennions, M.D.; Backwell, P.R.Y.; Passmore, N.I.

Object and spatial representations in detour problems by chicks
pp. 195-199(5)
Authors: Regolin, L.; Vallortigara, G.; Zanforlin, M.

Use of experimenter-given cues during object-choice tasks by capuchin monkeys
pp. 201-208(8)
Authors: Anderson, J.R.; Sallaberry, P.; Barbier, H.

Mate sampling and copulation behaviour of great snipe females
pp. 209-219(11)
Authors: Fiske, P.; Kalas, J.A.

Development of migratory orientation in pied flycatchers in different magnetic inclinations
pp. 227-234(8)
Authors: Weindler, P.; Beck, W.; Liepa, V.; Wiltschko, W.

Escalated fighting behaviour incurs increased predation risk
pp. 235-239(5)
Authors: Jakobsson, S.; Brick, O.; Kullberg, C.

Individual and sex differences in the provisioning calls of European bee-eaters
pp. 244-247(4)
Authors: Lessells, C.M.; Rowe, C.L.; McGregor, P.K.

The distribution of animals between resources: a compromise between equal numbers and equal intake rates
pp. 248-251(4)
Authors: Houston, A.I.; McNamara, J.M.; Milinski, M.

Energy cost of an avian vocal display: crowing in red junglefowl
pp. 255-257(3)
Authors: Chappell, M.A.; Zuk, M.; Kwan, T.H.; Johnsen, T.S.

A role for daily greetings in maintaining seahorse pair bonds
pp. 258-260(3)
Author: Vincent, A.C.J.

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pp. 273-274(2)

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