Dear all
here are the September articles:
Animal Behaviour, Volume 119,e1-e14, Pages 1- 222(September 2016)

Female splendid and variegated fairy-wrens display different strategies during 
Original Research Article
Pages 99-110
Diane Colombelli-Négrel

Mobbing behaviour varies according to predator dangerousness and 
Original Research Article
Pages 119-124
Mylène Dutour, Jean-Paul Lena, Thierry Lengagne

Asymmetric response to song dialects among bird populations: the effect of 
sympatric related 
Original Research Article
Pages 143-150
Shoji Hamao

Lighting up sound preferences: cross-modal influences on the precedence effect 
in treefrogs<>
Original Research Article
Pages 151-159
Michael S. Reichert, Laurel B. Symes, Gerlinde Höbel

Antagonism of syringeal androgen receptors reduces the quality of 
female-preferred male song in 
   Original Research Article
Pages 201-212
Beau A. Alward, Farrah N. Madison, William T. Gravley, Gregory F. Ball

Book review

Noise matters: The evolution of communication, R. Haven Wiley. Harvard 
University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Page 17
Georg M. Klump

Ethology Volume 122, Issue 9 Pages i-i, 703-778 (September 2016)
Disentangling Relations among Repertoire Size, Song Rate, Signal Redundancy and 
Ambient Noise Level in European Songbird. 
Pages 734-744
Krzysztof Deoniziak and Tomasz S. Osiejuk
Version of Record online: 1 JUL 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12520

Does Interspecific Eavesdropping Promote Aerial Aggregations in European 
Pipistrelle Bats During Autumn? 
Pages 745-757
Silke L. Voigt-Heucke, Stefanie Zimmer and Silke Kipper
Version of Record online: 1 JUL 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12519

Asymmetric Response to Heterotypic Distress Calls in the Lizard Liolaemus 
chiliensis. Pages 
Antonieta Labra, Claudio Reyes-Olivares and Michael Weymann
Version of Record online: 22 JUL 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12522

Best wishes

Elke Burkhardt

Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung
Ocean Acoustics Lab
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