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Adaptive Secondary Sex Ratio Adjustments via Sex-Specific Infanticide in a Bird

Author(s)Heinsohn, Robert; Langmore, Naomi; Cockburn, Andrew, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2011
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Advances in the Study of Coevolution Between Avian Brood Parasites and Their Hosts

Author(s)Feeney, William; Welbergen, Justin A.; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
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Alternate functions for duet and solo songs in magpie-larks, Grallina cyanoleuca

Author(s)Mulder, Raoul; Bishop, Helen; Cooper, Michelle, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
Date Created-

Are dark cuckoo eggs cryptic in host nests?

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi; Stevens, M.; Maurer, Golo, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
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Australian cuckoos and their adaptations for brood parasitism

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2013
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Batten down the thatches: Front-line defences in an apparently defenceless cuckoo host

Author(s)Medina, Iliana; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2016
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Breaking free: Gould's Bronze-Cuckoo nestlings can forge a second exit to fledge from domed host nests

Author(s)Rosenfeld, Emma J.; Maurer, Golo; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2010
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Breeding site and host selection by Horsfield's bronze-cuckoos, Chalcites basalis

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi; Kilner, Rebecca
TypeJournal article
Date Published2007
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Brood Parasitism and the Evolution of Cooperative Breeding in Birds

Author(s)Feeney, William; Medina, Iliana; Somveille, M., et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2013
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Brood parasitism is linked to egg pattern diversity within and among species of australian passerines

Author(s)Medina, Iliana; Troscianko, J.; Stevens, Martin, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2016
Date Created-

Canny Cuckoos & Wily Wrens

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
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Clutch variation and egg rejection in three hosts of the pallid cuckoo, Cuculus pallidus

Author(s)Landstrom, Michelle; Heinsohn, Robert; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2010
Date Created-

Coevolution is linked with phenotypic diversification but not speciation in avian brood parasites

Author(s)Medina, Iliana; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2015
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Competition for male reproductive investment elevates testosterone levels in female dunnocks, Prunella modularis

Author(s)Langmore, Naomi; Cockrem, J.F.; Candy, E.J.
TypeJournal article
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Conspicuous, ultraviolet-rich mouth colours in begging chicks

Author(s)Hunt, Sarah; Kilner, Rebecca; Langmore, Naomi, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
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Cryptic cuckoo eggs hide from competing cuckoos

Author(s)Gloag, Ros; Keller, Laurie-Anne; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
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Cryptic gentes revealed in pallid cuckoos Cuculus pallidus using reflectance spectrophotometry

Author(s)Starling, M.; Heinsohn, Robert; Cockburn, Andrew, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2006
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Cuckoos versus hosts in insects and birds: adaptations, counter-adaptations and outcomes

Author(s)Kilner, Rebecca; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2011
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Does clutch variability differ between populations of cuckoo hosts in relation to the rate of parasitism?

Author(s)Landstrom, Michelle; Heinsohn, Robert; Langmore, Naomi
TypeJournal article
Date Published2010
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Does foraging efficiency vary with colony size in the fairy martin Petrochelidon ariel ?

Author(s)Santema, Peter; Griffith, Simon C.; Langmore, Naomi, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

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