Data from: Ultrasonic vocalizations emitted by flying squirrels

Murrant MN, Bowman J, Garroway CJ, Prinzen B, Mayberry H, Faure PA

Date Published: August 30, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s44gk

 

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Title Characteristic flying squirrel vocalizations
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Description A set of 4 different high frequency vocalizations made by southern flying squirrels, stored in a zip archive as wav files. Type 1 vocalizations are broadband bursts; Type 2 vocalizations are frequency modulated, varying from about 27 to about 19 kHz, and contain higher frequency harmonics; Type 3 vocalizations are pure ultrasound exceeding 50 kHz; and Type 4 vocalizations are frequency modulated between about 51 kHz and 28 kHz. Types 1-3 were recorded from captive squirrels in a sound lab at McMaster University, and Type 4 was recorded in the field at Trent University's Oliver Research Centre near Bobcaygeon, Ontario.
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Murrant MN, Bowman J, Garroway CJ, Prinzen B, Mayberry H, Faure PA (2013) Ultrasonic vocalizations emitted by flying squirrels. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73045. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0073045

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Murrant MN, Bowman J, Garroway CJ, Prinzen B, Mayberry H, Faure PA (2013) Data from: Ultrasonic vocalizations emitted by flying squirrels. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s44gk
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