Data from: Song type and song type matching are important for joint territorial defense in a duetting songbird

Tomasz S. Osiejuk, Amie Wheeldon, Paweł Szymański & Adrian Surmacki
Birds have a diverse acoustic communication system, with species specific repertoires facilitating more complex behaviors in terms of both within- and between-pair communications. Certain song types are produced for specific functions, such as aggressive encounters. In addition, song matching behaviors, whereby neighboring individuals match song types, can be used in aggressive interactions as a sophisticated acoustic behavior. In this study, we examined the functions of song types, in a duet context, of male yellow-breasted boubous...
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