Bibliografia all’articolo “Quando i cervi fanno la voce grossa” di Andrea De Giovanni – Simbiosi magazine vol. 5

Boë L.-J., Sawallis T.R., Fagot J., Badin P., Barbier G., Captier G., Ménard L., Heim J.-L., Schwartz J.-L. (2019) Which way to the dawn of speech?: Reanalyzing half a century of debates and data in light of speech science. Sci Adv 5:eaaw3916. 

de la Peña E., Martín J., Barja I., Carranza J. (2020) Testosterone and the dark ventral patch of male red deer: the role of the social environment. Sci Nat 107:18. 

de la Peña E., Martín J., Carranza J. (2019) The intensity of male-male competition may affect chemical scent constituents in the dark ventral patch of male Iberian red deer. PLOS ONE 14:e0221980. 

Galván I., Solano F., Zougagh M., de Andrés F., Murtada K., Ríos Á., de la Peña E., Carranza J. (2019) Unprecedented high catecholamine production causing hair pigmentation after urinary excretion in red deer. Cell Mol Life Sci 76:397–404. 

Garcia M., Wyman M.T., Charlton B.D., Tecumseh Fitch W., Reby D. (2014) Response of red deer stags (Cervus elaphus) to playback of harsh versus common roars. Naturwissenschaften 101:851–854. 

Mattiello S., Mazzarone V. (2010) Il cervo in Italia: biologia e gestione tra Alpi e Appennini. Geographica srl, Teggiano.

Reby D., Charlton B.D. (2012) Attention grabbing in red deer sexual calls. Anim Cogn 15:265–270. 

Reby D., Hewison M., Izquierdo M., Pepin D. (2001) Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) Hinds Discriminate Between the Roars of Their Current Harem-Holder Stag and Those of Neighbouring Stags. Ethology 107:951–959. 

Reby D., McComb K. (2003a) Vocal Communication and Reproduction in Deer. In: Advances in the Study of Behavior. Elsevier, pp 231–264.

Reby D., McComb K. (2003b) Anatomical constraints generate honesty: acoustic cues to age and weight in the roars of red deer stags. Anim Behav 65:519–530. 

Tecumseh Fitch W., Reby D. (2001) The descended larynx is not uniquely human. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 268:1669–1675.