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Authors: Nordby, JC Campbell, SE Beecher, MD
Citation: Jc. Nordby et al., Late song learning in song sparrows, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 835-846

Authors: McNeely, C Singer, MC
Citation: C. Mcneely et Mc. Singer, Contrasting the roles of learning in butterflies foraging for nectar and oviposition sites, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 847-852

Authors: Drummond, H
Citation: H. Drummond, A revaluation of the role of food in broodmate aggression, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 517-526

Authors: Ferguson, HJ Cobey, S Smith, BH
Citation: Hj. Ferguson et al., Sensitivity to a change in reward is heritable in the honeybee, Apis mellifera, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 527-534

Authors: Bergstrom, CT Lachmann, M
Citation: Ct. Bergstrom et M. Lachmann, Alarm calls as costly signals of antipredator vigilance: the watchful babbler game, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 535-543

Authors: Johnston, RE Bullock, TA
Citation: Re. Johnston et Ta. Bullock, Individual recognition by use of odours in golden hamsters: the nature of individual representations, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 545-557

Authors: Gerald, MS
Citation: Ms. Gerald, Primate colour predicts social status and aggressive outcome, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 559-566

Authors: Heying, HE
Citation: He. Heying, Social and reproductive behaviour in the Madagascan poison frog, Mantella laevigata, with comparisons to the dendrobatids, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 567-577

Authors: Randall, JA King, DKB
Citation: Ja. Randall et Dkb. King, Assessment and defence of solitary kangaroo rats under risk of predation by snakes, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 579-587

Authors: Hingle, A Fowler, K Pomiankowski, A
Citation: A. Hingle et al., Size-dependent mate preference in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 589-595

Authors: Kirchner, WH Arnold, G
Citation: Wh. Kirchner et G. Arnold, Intracolonial kin discrimination in honeybees: do bees dance with their supersisters?, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 597-600

Authors: Pizzari, T Birkhead, TR
Citation: T. Pizzari et Tr. Birkhead, For whom does the hen cackle? The function of postoviposition cackling, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 601-607

Authors: Yngvesson, J Keeling, LJ
Citation: J. Yngvesson et Lj. Keeling, Body size and fluctuating asymmetry in relation to cannibalistic behaviourin laying hens, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 609-615

Authors: Dall'Antonia, P Sinsch, U
Citation: P. Dall'Antonia et U. Sinsch, In search of water: orientation behaviour of dehydrated natterjack toads, Bufo calamita, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 617-629

Authors: Bateman, PW Gilson, LN Ferguson, JWH
Citation: Pw. Bateman et al., Male size and sequential mate preference in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 631-637

Authors: Marco, A Lizana, M Alvarez, A Blaustein, AR
Citation: A. Marco et al., Egg-wrapping behaviour protects newt embryos from UV radiation, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 639-644

Authors: Vilizzi, L Copp, GH
Citation: L. Vilizzi et Gh. Copp, Behavioural responses of juvenile barbel in an artificial channel: distribution and velocity use, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 645-654

Authors: Kumano, N Kasuya, E
Citation: N. Kumano et E. Kasuya, Why do workers of the primitively eusocial wasp Polistes chinensis antennalis remain at their natal nest?, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 655-660

Authors: Carchini, G Chiarotti, F Di Domenico, M Mattoccia, M Paganotti, G
Citation: G. Carchini et al., Fluctuating asymmetry, mating success, body size and heterozygosity in Coenagrion scitulum (Rambur) (Odonata : Coenagrionidae), ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 661-669

Authors: Otten, H Wackers, F Battini, M Dorn, S
Citation: H. Otten et al., Efficiency of vibrational sounding in the parasitoid Pimpla turionellae isaffected by female size, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 671-677

Authors: Eikelboom, R
Citation: R. Eikelboom, Bins, bouts and wheel-running speed, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 679-681

Authors: Shettleworth, SJ
Citation: Sj. Shettleworth, Animal cognition and animal behaviour, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 277-286

Authors: Thompson, D Fedak, MA
Citation: D. Thompson et Ma. Fedak, How long should a dive last? A simple model of foraging decisions by breath-hold divers in a patchy environment, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 287-296

Authors: Pavel, V Bures, S
Citation: V. Pavel et S. Bures, Offspring age and nest defence: test of the feedback hypothesis in the meadow pipit, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 297-303

Authors: De Santi, A Sovrano, VA Bisazza, A Vallortigara, G
Citation: A. De Santi et al., Mosquitofish display differential left- and right-eye use during mirror image scrutiny and predator inspection responses, ANIM BEHAV, 61, 2001, pp. 305-310
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