Data from: Deciphering information encoded in birdsong: male songbirds with fertile mates respond most strongly to complex, low-amplitude songs used in courtship

 

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Title Male behavioral response data
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Description Male behavioral responses to song playbacks during their mate's fertile and non-fertile periods. Data are separated into pre-playback, playback, and post-playback observation periods.
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Reichard DG, Rice RJ, Vanderbilt CC, Ketterson ED (2011) Deciphering information encoded in birdsong: male songbirds with fertile mates respond most strongly to complex, low-amplitude songs used in courtship. The American Naturalist 178(4): 478-487. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/661901

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Reichard DG, Rice RJ, Vanderbilt CC, Ketterson ED (2011) Data from: Deciphering information encoded in birdsong: male songbirds with fertile mates respond most strongly to complex, low-amplitude songs used in courtship. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5mb51
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