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Syntax manipulation changes perception of mobbing call sequences across passerine species

Abstract : Many species approach predators to harass them and drive them away. Both the intensity of this antipredator strategy and its success are positively related to the size of the group that carries out this mobbing. To recruit individuals to the mob, members of prey species produce mobbing calls. In some songbirdsthe Japanese tit, Parus minor, and the southern pied
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Mylène Dutour, Thierry Lengagne, Jean-Paul Léna. Syntax manipulation changes perception of mobbing call sequences across passerine species. Ethology, Wiley, 2019, 125 (9), pp.635-644. ⟨10.1111/eth.12915⟩. ⟨hal-02310401⟩

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