Data from: Duetting behavior varies with sex, season, and singing role in a tropical oriole (Icterus icterus)

Karan J. Odom, David M. Logue, Colin E. Studds, Michelle K. Monroe, Susanna K. Campbell & Kevin E. Omland
Females and males of many animals combine their vocalizations into coordinated acoustic duets. Duets can mediate both cooperation and conflict between partners, and are common in tropical, sedentary species that may use duets for multiple functions year-round. To elucidate the full range of duet functions, we need to study the individual-level behaviors that generate duets throughout the year. We evaluated multiple functions of duetting behavior in female and male Venezuelan troupials (Icterus icterus) during the...
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