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Communication Networks and Spatial Ecology in Nightingales
 

Summary: Communication Networks and Spatial Ecology
in Nightingales
Marc Naguib,* Hansjoerg P. Kunc,{
Philipp Sprau,*
Tobias Roth,{,}
and Valentin Amrhein{,}
*department of animal ecology, netherlands institute of ecology
(nioo-knaw), wageningen, the netherlands
{
school of biological sciences, queen's university belfast,
belfast, united kingdom
{
research station petite camargue alsacienne, rue de la
pisciculture, saint-louis, france
}
zoological institute, university of basel, basel, switzerland
I. INTRODUCTION
In most animals, communication plays a central role in a variety of
contexts, often having direct consequences for reproduction and survival.
Among the diversity of signals used in communication, sexually selected

  

Source: Amrhein, Valentin - Zoologisches Institut, Universitšt Basel

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology