International Journal of Animal Biology
Articles Information
International Journal of Animal Biology, Vol.1, No.2, Apr. 2015, Pub. Date: Mar. 21, 2015
The Analysis of Phrase Combinations and Various Ways of Syllabic Singing at Vocal Variability of Song Types of Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs L.)
Pages: 17-27 Views: 2337 Downloads: 1454
Authors
[01] O. A. Astakhova, Moscow State University of M. V. Lomonosov, Biology Faculty, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, Moscow, Russia.
Abstract
Questions of evolutionary development of vocalizations (songs, calls) in time and space of many species of birds already for a long time are mentioned in bioacoustics. Connection of geographical variability and structural features of vocalizations was one of the first preconditions of evolutionary hypotheses. Development of song cultures at species of birds with the big repertoires, having social training traditions, remains till now in many respects not clear. In article some features of formation of new song types of chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs L.) and their territorial distribution are considered.
Keywords
Birds Song, Species-specific Song, Parts (Phrases) of Song, Phonetic Distinctions, Lexical Distinctions
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