Intersignal interaction and uncertain information in anuran multimodal signals

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TAYLOR, Ryan C., Barrett KLEIN, Michael J. RYAN, 2011. Intersignal interaction and uncertain information in anuran multimodal signals. In: Current Zoology. 57(2), pp. 153-161

@article{Taylor2011Inter-16888, title={Intersignal interaction and uncertain information in anuran multimodal signals}, year={2011}, number={2}, volume={57}, journal={Current Zoology}, pages={153--161}, author={Taylor, Ryan C. and Klein, Barrett and Ryan, Michael J.} }

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