Data from: Individual recognition of opposite sex vocalizations in the zebra finch

Pietro B. D'Amelio, Milena Klumb, Mauricio Nicolas Adreani, Manfred Gahr & Andries Ter Maat
Individual vocal recognition plays an important role in the social lives of many vocally active species. In group-living songbirds the most common vocalizations during communal interactions are low-intensity, soft, unlearned calls. Being able to tell individuals apart solely from a short call would allow a sender to choose a specific group member to address, resulting in the possibility to form complex communication networks. However, little research has yet been carried out to discover whether soft...
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