Data from: Partners coordinate territorial defense against simulated intruders in a duetting ovenbird

Pedro Diniz, Gianlucca Rech, Pedro Ribeiro, Michael Webster & Regina Macedo
Duets in breeding pairs may reflect a situation of conflict, whereby an individual answers its partner’s song as a form of unilateral acoustic mate guarding or, alternatively, it may reflect cooperation, when individuals share in territory defense or safeguard the partnership. The degree of coordination between the sexes when responding to solo versus paired intruders may elucidate the function of songs in duets. We examined this issue in a study with rufous horneros (Furnarius rufus),...
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