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Grant, Rachel A.; Chadwick, Elizabeth A. and Halliday, Tim (2009). The lunar cycle: a cue for amphibian reproductive phenology? Animal Behaviour, 78(2) pp. 349–357. file


Toates, Frederick (2004). Cognition, motivation, emotion and action: a dynamic and vulnerable interdependence. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 86(3-4) pp. 173–204.


Lea, Jeremy; Dyson, Miranda and Halliday, Timothy (2001). Calling by male midwife toads stimulates females to maintain reproductive condition. Animal Behaviour, 61(2) pp. 373–377.


Lea, Jeremy; Halliday, Tim and Dyson, Miranda (2000). Reproductive stage and history affect the phonotactic preferences of female midwife toads, Alytes muletensis. Animal Behaviour, 60(4) pp. 423–427.


Dyson, Miranda L.; Henzi, S. Peter and Passmore, Neville I. (1994). The effect of changes in the relative timing of signals during phonotaxis of the reed frog, Hyperolius marmoratus. Animal Behaviour, 48(3) pp. 679–685.

Gerhardt, H. Carl; Dyson, Miranda L.; Tanner, Steven D. and Murphy, Christopher G. (1994). Female treefrogs do not avoid heterospecific calls as they approach conspecific calls: implications for the mechanisms of mate choice. Animal Behaviour, 47(6) pp. 1323–1332.


McConway, Kevin (1992). The number of subjects in animal behaviour experiments: is Still still right? In: Dawkins, Marian Stamp and Gosling, Morris eds. Ethics in research on animal behaviour. London, U.K.: Academic Press for the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour and the Animal Behavior Society, pp. 35–38.


Guinness, Fiona E.; Hall, Marion J. and Cockerill, Rosemary A. (1979). Mother–offspring association in red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) on the Isle of Rhum. Animal Behaviour, 27(2) pp. 536–544.

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