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Reduced Egg Investment Can Conceal Helper Effects in Cooperatively Breeding Birds

Author(s)Russell, A.F.; Langmore, Naomi; Cockburn, Andrew, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2007
Date Created-

Selection on body size in a raptor with pronounced reversed sexual size dimorphism: are bigger females better?

Author(s)McDonald, Paul; Olsen, Penelope; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Semelparity in a large marsupial

Author(s)Oakwood, M; Bradley, Adrian J; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2001
Date Created-

Sex allocation and nestling survival in a dimorphic raptor: does size matter?

Author(s)McDonald, Paul; Olsen, Penelope; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Sex differences in parental response to begging nestlings in superb fairy-wrens

Author(s)Macgregor, Nicholas; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Sex ratios in birds and mammals: can the hypotheses be disentangled?

Author(s)Cockburn, Andrew; Legge, Sarah; Double, Michael
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Short sketches from the long history of cooperative breeding in Australian birds

Author(s)Boland, C; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Social and mating system of cooperatively breeding laughing kookaburras (Dacelo novaeguineae)

Author(s)Legge, Sarah; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2000
Date Created-

Solitary obsession or ménage aè trois , but cooperative breeding is never a two-party game

Author(s)Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2007
Date Created-
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Strategic promiscuity helps avoid inbreeding at multiple levels in a cooperative breeder where both sexes are philopatric

Author(s)Brouwer, Lyanne; van de Pol, Martijn; Atema, Els, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2011
Date Created-

Subordinate superb fairy-wrens ( Malurus cyaneus) parasitize the reproductive success of attractive dominant males

Author(s)Double, Michael; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
Date Created-
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Superb fairy-wren males aggregate into hidden leks to solicit extragroup fertilizations before dawn

Author(s)Cockburn, Andrew; Dalziell, Anastasia; Blackmore, Caroline, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Swingin' in the rain: condition dependence and sexual selection in a capricious world

Author(s)Cockburn, Andrew; Osmond, Helen; Double, Michael
TypeJournal article
Date Published2008
Date Created-

Testosterone is involved in acquisition and maintenance of sexually selected male plumage in superb fairy-wrens, Malurus cyaneus

Author(s)Peters, Ann; Astheimer, Lee B; Boland, C, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2000
Date Created-

Testosterone treatment suppresses paternal care in superb fairy-wrens, Malurus cyaneus , despite their concurrent investment in courtship

Author(s)Peters, Ann; Cunningham, Ross; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2002
Date Created-

The annual testosterone profile in cooperatively breeding superb fairy-wrens, Malurus cyaneus , reflects their extreme infidelity

Author(s)Peters, Ann; Astheimer, Lee B; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2001
Date Created-

The evolution of egg rejection by cuckoo hosts in Australia and Europe

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi; Kilner, Rebecca; Butchart, S, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

The large-male advantage in brown antechinuses: female choice, male dominance, and delayed male death

Author(s)Fisher, Diana; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2006
Date Created-

The population genetics of the western purple-crowned fairy-wren (Malurus coronatus coronatus), a declining riparian passerine

Author(s)Skroblin, Anja; Cockburn, Andrew; Legge, Sarah
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-

The role of social environment on parental care: Offspring benefit more from the presence of female than male helpers

Author(s)Brouwer, Lyanne; van de Pol, Martijn; Cockburn, Andrew
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-

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