Does the tie fit the female? Melanin-based colouration, aggressive personality and reproductive investment in female great tits (Parus major)

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Behavioral ecology and sociobiology - ISSN 0340-5443-74:4 (2020) p. 1-11

Does integrating natural selection throughout upper secondary biology education result in a better understanding? A cross-national comparison between Flanders, Belgium and the Netherlands

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Towards common ground in measuring acceptance of evolution and knowledge about evolution across Europe : a systematic review of the state of research

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Evolution: Education and Outreach - ISSN 1936-6426-13:1 (2020) p. 1-24
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    Paul Kuschmierz, Andra Meneganzin, Rianne Pinxten, Telmo Pievani, Dragana Cvetković, Evangelia Mavrikaki, Dittmar Graf, Anna Beniermann

Interaction of climate change with effects of conspecific and heterospecific density on reproduction

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Sources of individual variation in problem-solving performance in urban great tits (Parus major) : exploring effects of metal pollution, urban disturbance and personality

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Personality and plasticity in neophobia levels vary with anthropogenic disturbance but not toxic metal exposure in urban great tits Urban disturbance, metal pollution and neophobia

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The science of the total environment - ISSN 0048-9697-656 (2019) p. 997-1009

Nest defence behavioural reaction norms : testing life-history and parental investment theory predictions

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Royal Society Open Science - ISSN 2054-5703-6:4 (2019) p. 1-11
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Effects of interspecific coexistence on laying date and clutch size in two closely related species of hole-nesting birds

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The journal of animal ecology - ISSN 0021-8790-87:6 (2018) p. 1738-1748
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    Anders Pape Møller, Javier Balbontín, André A. Dhondt, Vladimir Reme, Frank Adriaensen, Clotilde Biard, Jordi Camprodon, Mariusz Cichoń, Blandine Doligez, Anna Dubiec, Marcel Eens, Tapio Eeva, Anne E. Goodenough, Andrew G. Gosler, Lars Gustafsson, Philipp Heeb, Shelley A. Hinsley, Staffan Jacob, Rimvydas Jukaitis, Toni Laaksonen, Bernard Leclercq, Bruno Massa, Tomasz D. Mazgajski, Ruedi G. Nager, Jan-Åke Nilsson, Sven G. Nilsson, Ana C. Norte, Rianne Pinxten, Hugo Robles, Tapio Solonen, Alberto Sorace, Arie J. van Noordwijk, Marcel M. Lambrechts

Cavities shield birds from effects of artificial light at night on sleep

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Journal of experimental zoology: part A : ecological and integrative physiology - ISSN 2471-5646-329:8-9 (2018) p. 449-456

Exploration and sociability in a highly gregarious bird are repeatable across seasons and in the long term but are unrelated

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Animal behaviour - ISSN 0003-3472-123 (2017) p. 339-348
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Disruptive effects of light pollution on sleep in free-living birds : season and/or light intensity-dependent?

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Behavioural processes: an international journal of comparative and physiological ethology - ISSN 0376-6357-144 (2017) p. 13-19

Rigorous field experiments are essential to understand the genuine severity of light pollution and to identify possible solutions

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Global change biology - ISSN 1354-1013-23:12 (2017) p. 5024-5026

Artificial light at night disrupts sleep in female great tits (**Parus major**) during the nestling period, and is followed by a sleep rebound

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Effects of experimentally sustained elevated testosterone on incubation behaviour and reproductive success in female great tits (Pants major)

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General and comparative endocrinology - ISSN 0016-6480-230 (2016) p. 38-47
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    Berber de Jong, Luc Lens, Seyed Mehdi Amininasab, Kees van Oers, Veerle M. Darras, Marcel Eens, Rianne Pinxten, Jan Komdeur, Ton G. G. Groothuis

Interspecific variation in the relationship between clutch size, laying date and intensity of urbanization in four species of hole‐nesting birds

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Ecology and evolution - ISSN 2045-7758-6:16 (2016) p. 5907-5920
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    Marie Vaugoyeau, Frank Adriaensen, Alexandr Artemyev, Jerzy Banbura, Emilio Barba, Clotilde Biard, Jacques Blondel, Zihad Bouslama, Jean-Charles Bouvier, Jordi Camprodon, Francesco Cecere, Anne Charmantier, Motti Charter, Mariusz Cichon, Camillo Cusimano, Dorota Czeszczewik, Virginie Demeyrier, Blandine Doligez, Claire Doutrelant, Anna Dubiec, Marcel Eens, Tapio Eeva, Bruno Faivre, Peter N. Ferns, Jukka T. Forsman, Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey, Aya Goldshtein, Anne E. Goodenough, Andrew G. Gosler, Arnaud Gregoire, Lars Gustafsson, Iga Harnist, Ian R. Hartley, Philipp Heeb, Shelley A. Hinsley, Paul Isenmann, Staffan Jacob, Rimvydas Juskaitis, Erkki Korpimaki, Indrikis Krams, Toni Laaksonen, Marcel M. Lambrechts, Bernard Leclercq, Esa Lehikoinen, Olli Loukola, Arne Lundberg, Mark C. Mainwaring, Rianne Pinxten, Hugo Robles Díez, Anders Pape Moller

Upper secondary and first-year university students explanations of animal behaviour : to what extent are Tinbergens four questions about causation, ontogeny, function and evolution, represented?

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International journal of science education - ISSN 0950-0693-38:14 (2016) p. 2303-2325
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Bare-part color in female budgerigars changes from brown to structural blue following testosterone treatment but is not strongly masculinized

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Brominated and phosphorus flame retardants in White-tailed Eagle **Haliaeetus albicilla** nestlings : bioaccumulation and associations with dietary proxies ($\delta^{13}C$, $\delta^{15}N$ and $\delta^{34}S$)

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The science of the total environment - ISSN 0048-9697-478 (2014) p. 48-57
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Behavioural response of European starlings exposed to video playback of conspecific flocks : effect of social context and predator threat

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Behavioural processes: an international journal of comparative and physiological ethology - ISSN 0376-6357-103 (2014) p. 269-277
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    Francesca Zoratto, Leonardo Manzari, Ludovica Oddi, Rianne Pinxten, Marcel Eens, Daniela Santucci, Enrico Alleva, Claudio Carere

Carotenoids, birdsong and oxidative status : administration of dietary lutein is associated with an increase in song rate and circulating antioxidants (albumin and cholesterol) and a decrease in oxidative damage

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PLoS ONE - ISSN 1932-6203-9:12 (2014) p. 1-24

Testosterone increases repertoire size in an open-ended learner : an experimental study using adult male European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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Hormones and behavior - ISSN 0018-506X-62:5 (2012) p. 563-568
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Are low-frequency songs sexually selected, and do they lose their potency in male-female interactions under noisy conditions?

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America - ISSN 0027-8424-109:5 (2012) p. E208

Testosterone stimulates the expression of male-typical socio-sexual and song behaviors in female budgerigars (**Melopsittacus undulatus**) : an experimental study

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General and comparative endocrinology - ISSN 0016-6480-178 (2012) p. 82-88
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The use of blue tit eggs as a biomonitoring tool for organohalogenated pollutants in the European environment

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The science of the total environment - ISSN 0048-9697-408:6 (2010) p. 1451-1457
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Tien jaar onderzoek naar de bedreigde rivierdonderpad (**Cottus perifretum*) in Vlaanderen, met bijzondere aandacht voor de Laarse Beek

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Acute stress induces a rapid increase of testosterone in a songbird: implications for plasma testosterone sampling

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General and comparative endocrinology - ISSN 0016-6480-168:3 (2010) p. 505-510
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Brominated flame retardants and organochlorines in the European environment using great tit eggs as a biomonitoring tool

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Environment international - ISSN 0160-4120-35:2 (2009) p. 310-317
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    Evi van den Steen, Rianne Pinxten, Veerle Jaspers, Adrian Covaci, Emilio Barba, Claudio Carere, Mariusz Cichón, Anna Dubiec, Tapio Eeva, Philipp Heeb, Bart Kempenaers, Jan T. Lifjeld, Thomas Lubjuhn, Raivo Mänd, Bruno Massa, Jan-Åke Nilsson, Ana Cláudia Norte, Markku Orell, Petr Podzemny, Juan José Sanz, Juan Carlos Senar, Juan José Soler, Alberto Sorace, János Török, Marcel E. Visser, Wolfgang Winkel, Marcel Eens

Moorhens have an internal representation of their own eggs

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Die Naturwissenschaften - ISSN 0028-1042-96:3 (2009) p. 405-407
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Complex modulation of singing behavior by testosterone in an open-ended learner, the European starling

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Hormones and behavior - ISSN 0018-506X-56:5 (2009) p. 564-573
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Maternal yolk androgens in European starlings: affected by social environment or individual traits of the mother?

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-145:1 (2008) p. 51-72
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Plasma testosterone levels of male European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**) during the breeding cycle and in relation to song and paternal care

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-144:4 (2007) p. 393-410
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Seasonal singing patterns and individual consistency in song activity in female European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-144 (2007) p. 663-680

Effects of nestboxes and males on female song activity in the European starling: an experimental study

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-144 (2007) p. 1255-1271
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The combined effect of lead exposure and high or low dietary calcium on health and immunocompetence in the zebra finch (**Taeniopygia guttata**)

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Estimating the complexity of bird song by using capture-recapture approaches from community ecology

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Behavioral ecology and sociobiology - ISSN 0340-5443-57:4 (2005) p. 305-317
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    László Garamszegi, Thorsten J.S. Balsby, Ben D. Bell, Marta Borowiec, Bruce E. Byers, Tudor Draganoiu, Marcel Eens, Wolfgang Forstmeier, Paolo Galeotti, Diego Gil, Leen Gorissen, Poul Hansen, Helene M. Lampe, Stefan Leitner, Jan Lontkowski, Laurent Nagle, Erwin Nemeth, Rianne Pinxten, Jean-Marc Rossi, Nicola Saino, Aurélie Tanvez, Russell Titus, János Török, Els van Duyse, Anders P. Møller

Evidence for opioid involvement in the regulation of song production in male European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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Behavioral neuroscience - ISSN 0735-7044-119:1 (2005) p. 245-255
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The reproductive success and quality of blue tits (**Parus caeruleus**) in a heavy metal pollution gradient

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Environmental pollution - ISSN 0269-7491-136:2 (2005) p. 243-251
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Heavy metal exposure affects the humoral immune response in a free-living small songbird, the great tit (**Parus major**)

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Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology - ISSN 0090-4341-46 (2004) p. 399-404
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Opposite changes in plasma testosterone and corticosterone levels following a simulated territorial challenge in male great tits

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-141 (2004) p. 451-467
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Gedrag en communicatie

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Breeding performance of great tits (Parus major) along a gradient of heavy metal pollution

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Environmental toxicology and chemistry - ISSN 0730-7268-22 (2003) p. 1140-1145
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Effects of testosterone on reelin expression in the brain of male European starlings

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Cell and tissue research - ISSN 0302-766X-312 (2003) p. 81-93
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Effect of age and testosterone on autumnal neurogenesis in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)

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Behavioural brain research - ISSN 0166-4328-143 (2003) p. 15-30
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Seasonal fluctuations in plasma testosterone levels and diurnal song activity in free-living male great tits

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General and comparative endocrinology - ISSN 0016-6480-134 (2003) p. 1-9

Gedrag en communicatie

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Jaarboek VOB 2003 / Vereniging voor het Onderwijs in de Biologie, de Milieuleer en de Gezondheidseducatie-p. 181-208

Seasonal changes in the densities of $\alpha_{2}$-noradrenergic receptors are inversely related to changes in testosterone and the volumes of song control nuclei in male European starlings

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The journal of comparative neurology - ISSN 0021-9967-444 (2002) p. 63-74
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Short- and long-term effects of male-like concentrations of testosterone on female European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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The auk: a quarterly journal of ornithology - ISSN 0004-8038-119 (2002) p. 487-497

Territorial and vocal behaviour in a captive dart-poison frog, Epipedobates tricolor Boulenger, 1899 (Anura : Dendrobatidae)

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Belgian journal of zoology - ISSN 0777-6276-132 (2002) p. 105-109
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Seasonal variation in androgen-metabolizing enzymes in the diencephalon and telencephalon of the male European straling (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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Journal of neuroendocrinology - ISSN 0953-8194-13 (2001) p. 985-997
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Neurochemical characterization of the autumnal neurogenesis in adult European starlings

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Experimentally elevated T-levels result in a shift from paternal to mating behavior in male European starlings (**Sturnus vulgaris**)

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Trabajos del Instituto Cajal - ISSN 0211-8343-77 (2000) p. 345-347

Sex role reversal in vertebrates: behavioural and endocrinological accounts

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Behavioural processes: an international journal of comparative and physiological ethology - ISSN 0376-6357-51 (2000) p. 135-147

Experimental evidence of a testosterone-induced shift from paternal to mating behaviour in a facultatively polygynous songbird

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Behavioral ecology and sociobiology - ISSN 0340-5443-49 (2000) p. 24-30

Seasonal changes in courtship song and the medial preoptic area in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)

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Hormones and behavior - ISSN 0018-506X-38 (2000) p. 250-261
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Does testosterone affect the trade-off between investment in sexual/territorial behaviour and parental care in male great tits?

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-137 (2000) p. 1503-1515

Responses of male spotless starlings (**Sturnus unicolor**) to experimental intraspecific nest parasitism vary in relation to the nesting stage

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Journal of avian biology - ISSN 0908-8857-30 (1999) p. 122-125

Male starlings sing most in the late morning, following egg-laying: a strategy to protect their paternity

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Effects of testosterone on social dominance, song activity, mate attraction behaviour and factors affecting survival in captive male European starlings

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Advances in ethology - ISSN 0931-4202-32 (1997) p. 65

Effects of soil acidification on reproductive success in great tits breeding in forests on nutrient-poor soils in Flanders, Belgium

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Belgian journal of zoology - ISSN 0777-6276-127 (1997) p. 191-195

Invloed van verzuring en kalkgebrek op het broedsucces van de koolmees **Parus major** op de Kalmthoutse Heide in 1995

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Oriolus-63 (1997) p. 93-96

Female European starlings increase their copulation solicitation rate when faced with the risk of polygyny

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Animal behaviour - ISSN 0003-3472-51:5 (1996) p. 1141-1147

Response of male European starlings to experimental removal of their mate during different stages of the breeding cycle

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-132:3/4 (1995) p. 301-317

Intersexual conflicts over copulation in the European starling: evidence for the female mate guarding hypothesis

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Behavioral ecology and sociobiology - ISSN 0340-5443-36 (1995) p. 71-81

Intraspecific brood parasitism in two tit Parus species: occurrence and responses to experimental parasitism

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Do female tree swallows guard their mates by copulating frequently? A comment on Whittingham et al.

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Mate desertion by primary female European starlings at the end of the nestling stage

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Male feeding of nestlings in the facultatively polygynous European starling: allocation patterns and effect on female reproductive success

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-129 (1994) p. 113-140

Function of the song and song repertoire in the European starling (**Sturnus vulgaris**) : an aviary experiment

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Behaviour : an international journal of comparative ethology - ISSN 0005-7959-125:1/2 (1993) p. 51-66

Polygyny in the european starling : effect on female reproductive success

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