Book 2014

Biocommunication of Animals

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ISBN: 978-94-007-7413-1 (Print) 978-94-007-7414-8 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-6

    Why Biocommunication of Animals?

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    Pages 7-19

    Signs of Communication in Chimpanzees

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    Pages 21-39

    African and Asian Elephant Vocal Communication: A Cross-Species Comparison

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    Pages 41-62

    The Information Content of Wolf (and Dog) Social Communication

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    Pages 63-79

    Social Origin of Vocal Communication in Rodents

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    Pages 81-101

    Why the Caged Mouse Sings: Studies of the Mouse Ultrasonic Song System and Vocal Behavior

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    Pages 103-133

    Vibrational Communication: Spiders to Kangaroo Rats

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    Pages 135-147

    Communicative Coordination in Bees

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    Pages 149-160

    Social Association Brings Out the Altruism in an Ant

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    Pages 161-190

    Termite Communication During Different Behavioral Activities

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    Pages 191-211

    Crows and Crow Feeders: Observations on Interspecific Semiotics

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    Pages 213-232

    Interspecies Communication with Grey Parrots: A Tool for Examining Cognitive Processing

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    Pages 233-247

    Singing in Space and Time: The Biology of Birdsong

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    Pages 249-259

    Chemical Persuasion in Salamanders

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    Pages 261-274

    Chelonian Vocal Communication

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    Pages 275-297

    Cetacean Acoustic Communication

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    Pages 299-320

    Communication in the Ultraviolet: Unravelling the Secret Language of Fish

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    Pages 321-335

    Young Squeaker Catfish Can Already Talk and Listen to Their Conspecifics

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    Chapter

    Pages 337-349

    Cognition and Recognition in the Cephalopod Mollusc Octopus vulgaris: Coordinating Interaction with Environment and Conspecifics

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    Pages 351-382

    How Corals Coordinate and Organize: An Ecosystemic Analysis Based on Biocommunication and Fractal Properties

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