Data from: Male and female Rufous-and-white Wrens do not match song types with same-sex rivals during simulated territorial intrusions

Christopher Moser-Purdy, Zachary A. Kahn, Brendan A. Graham & Daniel J. Mennill
In birds with song repertoires, song-type matching occurs when an individual responds to another individual’s song by producing the same song type. Song-type matching has been described in multiple bird species and a growing body of evidence suggests that song-type matching may serve as a conventional signal of aggression, particularly in male birds in the temperate zone. Few studies have investigated song-type matching in tropical birds or female birds, in spite of the fact that...
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