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1. [[underlined]] General Comment [[/underlined]].
Analysis of all adult signal patterns; 42, 43. Diagrams; 43 Frustration - hostility reactions; 31
Escape behavior. Adults relent; 20. No overt escape by infants;

27. Vocal repertory. Summary adult patterns; 42, 43 Relationship between adult Nll and B patterns; 40, 41. Vocal patterns young animals; 57. Vocal patterns of very young infant; 27. Relationship between Squ, B, and S Nll patterns of both juveniles and adults; 11, 13. Relationship between infant Squ's and B's; 8.
Companion of [[underlined]] fusciceps [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] geoppoyi [[/underlined]]; 51

2. [[underlined]] Audible Signals [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] Squ [[/underlined]] By infants and juveniles. Description; 2, 7, 9, 12, 13, 34. Earliest form of infant Squ?; 34. General comment; 38. Motivation; 10, 12, 13, 34 By infant, when juvenile companion leaves, 2. By infant, in same circumstances as S - Nll; 7, 12 By juvenile, before B; 6. General comment, relationships between Squ and B in both infants and juveniles; 9. Infant Squ closely related to both B and S Nll; 9. Infant Squ less aggressive than infantile B?; 8. Juvenile Squ closely related to B; 9. Inf. Squ hostile?
By adults. Description; 20, 42. Intergrading with [[MJB?]];

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