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Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 50, Number 1, July 1995

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The influences of landmarks on distance estimation of honey bees
pp. 23-31(9)
Authors: Chittka, L.; Geiger, K.; Kunze, J.

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Factors affecting the rates of food calls given by red-bellied tamarins
pp. 53-60(8)
Authors: Caine, N.G.; Addington, R.L.; Windfelder, T.L.

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Do humpback whales exhibit lateralized behaviour?
pp. 73-82(10)
Authors: Clapham, P.J.; Leimkuhler, E.; Gray, B.K.; Mattila, D.K.

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A comparative approach to vocal learning: intraspecific variation in the learning process
pp. 83-97(15)
Authors: Nelson, D.A.; Marler, P.; Palleroni, A.

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An ephemeral pheromone of female house mice: degradation by oxidation
pp. 113-120(8)
Authors: Sipos, M.L.; Alterman, L.; Perry, B.; Nyby, J.G.; Vandenbergh, J.G.

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Absence of adaptive learning from the oviposition foraging behaviour of a checkerspot butterfly
pp. 161-175(15)
Authors: Parmesan, C.; Singer, M.C.; Harris, I.

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Detour behaviour in the domestic chick: searching for a disappearing prey or a disappearing social partner
pp. 203-211(9)
Authors: Regolin, L.; Vallortigara, G.; Zanforlin, M.

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Parasitic infection impairs spatial learning in mice
pp. 223-229(7)
Authors: Kavaliers, M.; Colwell, D.D.; Galea, L.A.M.

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Natal site fidelity in northern fur seals,Callorhinus ursinus
pp. 237-247(11)
Authors: Baker, J.D.; Antonelis, G.A.; Fowler, C.W.; York, A.E.

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The role of grunts in reconciling opponents and facilitating interactions among adult female baboons
pp. 249-257(9)
Authors: Cheney, D.L.; Seyfarth, R.M.; Silk, J.B.

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Testing the female mate-guarding hypothesis: a reply
pp. 277-279(3)
Authors: Whittingham, L.A.; Dunn, P.O.; Robertson, R.J.

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Male body size affects female lifetime reproductive success in a seed beetle
pp. 281-284(4)
Authors: Fox, C.W.; McLENNAN, L.A.; Mousseau, T.A.

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Errata
pp. 285-285(1)

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