Data from: Alarm calls of a cooperative bird are referential and elicit context-specific antipredator behavior

Farrow LF, Doohan SJ, McDonald PG

Date Published: January 13, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2hf15

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Title Experiment One: Are the type of alarm signals produced stimulus-specific?
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Description Presentation of a stimulus similar to a gliding raptor established a direct association between aerial stimuli and aerial alarm call production by noisy miners.
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Title Experiment Two: Does receiver flight response alter between alarm call types?
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Description In the second field test, noisy miners demonstrated the ability to alter their behavior according to changes in the alarm call type broadcast.
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Title Experiment Three: Does receiver observational response differ between alarm call types?
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Description Birds were then tested in standardized conditions and demonstrated the ability to alter their behavior in the 20 seconds post-playback as expected under a referential signaling communication system.
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Farrow LF, Doohan SJ, McDonald PG (2017) Alarm calls of a cooperative bird are referential and elicit context-specific antipredator behavior. Behavioral Ecology 28(3): 724–731. https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arx020

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Farrow LF, Doohan SJ, McDonald PG (2017) Data from: Alarm calls of a cooperative bird are referential and elicit context-specific antipredator behavior. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2hf15
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