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Dyson, Miranda (2010). Courtship behaviour. In: Mills, Daniel S.; Marchant-Forde, Jeremy N.; McGreevy, Paul D.; Morton, David B.; Nicol, Christine J.; Phillips, Clive J. C.; Sandoe, Peter and Swaisgood, Ronald R. eds. The Encyclopaedia of Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare. Oxford, UK: CAB International Publishing, pp. 145–148.

Dyson, Miranda (2008). Factors Affecting Mating Tactics in the Fiddler Crab, Uca vocans hesperiae. Ethology, 114(1) pp. 75–84.

Dyson, Miranda and Gerhardt, H. C. (2002). Decoding the frog chorus. In: Halliday, Tim and Adler, Kraig eds. The New Encyclopedia of Reptiles and Amphibians. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 92–95.

Dyson, Miranda L.; Henzi, S. Peter; Halliday, Timothy R. and Barrett, Louise (1998). Success breeds success in mating male reed frogs, Hyperolius marmoratus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 265(1404) pp. 1417–1421.

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Lea, Jerry; Halliday, Tim. R. and Dyson, Mandy (2003). The mating strategy of Alytes muletensis: some males are less ready to mate than females. Amphibia-Reptilia, 24(2) pp. 169–180.

Lea, Jerry; Dyson, Mandy and Halliday, Timothy (2002). Phonotaxis to advertisement calls by midwife toads (Alytes muletensis) is not necessarily related to mating. Amphibia-Reptilia, 23(2) pp. 151–159. file

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.

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