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Vocalizations in the Territorial Behavior of the Frog Dendrobates pumilio
Vol. 1973, No. 2 (May 22, 1973), pp. 277-284
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1442966
Page Count: 8
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The uniform distribution of site specific male Dendrobates pumilio is vocally mediated and behaviorally reinforced. The territoriality thus expressed is probably essential to the mating and parental care behavior of this species.