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1. Do Zebra Finch Parents Fail to Recognise Their Own Offspring?

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3. The evolution of acoustic identity signals in birds


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4. The effect of hunger on the acoustic individuality in begging calls of a colonially breeding weaver bird


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5. The effect of hunger on the acoustic individuality in begging calls of a colonially breeding weaver bird

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6. The effect of hunger on the acoustic individuality in begging calls of a colonially breeding weaver bird

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7. Do Zebra Finch Parents Fail to Recognise Their Own Offspring?

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8. Acoustic similarity to parental calls promotes response to unfamiliar calls in zebra finch fledglings


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9. Do Zebra Finch Parents Fail to Recognise Their Own Offspring?


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10. Parent – environmental interactions shape acoustic signatures in tree swallows: a cross-fostering experiment.


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