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Incubation calls and playback data of female superb fairy-wrens recorded at Newland Head Conservation Park and Cleland Wildlife Park (South Australia) between 2007 and 2013

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Playback and observational data recorded as part of research designed to test whether female fairy-wrens increased incubation call rate when cuckoo song was experimentally broadcast near the nest.

Incubation calls of female superb superb fairy-wrens were recorded in-nest at 17 nests for two hours during incubation (on day 10-11) and two hours during chick begging (on day 4-6 post-hatching).

Calls were recorded as described in Colombelli-Négrel et al. (2012) prior to 2012, and using a Zoom Handy Recorder H4n in 2012-2013. All sound files were recorded as broadcast wave files.

Data time period: 2007 to 2013

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