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Temporal Pattern Shifts in Singing Birds: A Critique

Planck, R. J. and McLaren, G. and Konishi, M. and Ficken, R. W. and Ficken, M. S. and Hailman, J. P. (1975) Temporal Pattern Shifts in Singing Birds: A Critique. Science, 190 (4211). p. 292. ISSN 0036-8075.

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Ficken et al. (1) have hypothesized that the red-eyed vireo (Vireo olivaceus) and the least flycatcher (Empidonax minimus) change their patterns of singing to avoid acoustic interference when they are breeding in the same habitat. We believe, however, that the data and analysis presented do not necessarily constitute a complete test of the hypothesis.

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Additional Information:© 1975 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Received 9 October 1974; revised 25 March 1975.
Issue or Number:4211
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Official Citation:Temporal Pattern Shifts in Singing Birds: A Critique R. J. Planck, Grant McLaren, Masakazu Konishi, Robert W. Ficken, Millicent S. Ficken, and Jack P. Hailman Science 17 October 1975: 190 (4211), 292. [DOI:10.1126/science.190.4211.292-a]
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