Literature

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2011Long-tailed cuckoo, Urodynamis taitensis, uses mimetic begging calls to solicit food from host whiteheads, Mohoua albicilla, in New Zealand. Photo reproduced by permission of Tim Lovegrove.
1999Recent ornithological publications
1997The use of DNA fingerprinting to determine the possible mating system of an obligate brood parasitic bird, the Cuckoo Cuculus canorus
1984RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1977RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1977RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1976Miscellaneous: Williams, L. E., Jr. & Phillips, R. W. 1973. Capturing Sandhill Cranes with alpha-chloralose. J. Wildl. Mgmt 37: 94–97.
1973RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1967GENERAL BIOLOGY OF SPECIES
1961Fleas, Flukes and Cuckoos. By Miriam Rothschild and Theresa Clay. Arrow Books. 6s.
1949[Illustration]: Squirrel Cuckoo, Piaya cayana
1947Notes on Cuckoos
S., W1926Review: Jourdain on Parasitism in the Cuckoos
S., W1923Review: Bannerman on African Cuckoos
S., W1922Review: Chance's the Cuckoo's Secret
1917Breeding-habits of the Cuckoo
1902A Late Cuckoo
M., CB1902Review: Concerning Cuckoos
1898Supposed Great Spotted Cuckoo in Ireland
A., JA1898Review: Gurney's 'The Economy of the Cuckoo
Mart, Soler, M, Soler, JJos, Mart, Palomino, J2005Food acquisition by common cuckoo chicks in rufous bush robin nests and the advantage of eviction behaviour
Adams, Jr., IC1933Late Nesting of the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo in Missouri
ADAMÍK, PETER, Hušek, J, Cepák, J2009Rapid Decline of Common Cuckoo Cuculus canorus Parasitism in Red-Backed Shrikes Lanius collurio
Ahlquist, JE, Sheldon, FH, Sibley, CG1984The relationships of the Bornean Bristlehead (Pityriasis gymnocephala) and the Black-collared Thrush (Chlamydochaera jefferyi)
ALVAREZ, FERNANDO2000Response to Common Cuckoo Cuculus canorus model egg size by a parasitized population of Rufous Bush Chat Cercotrichas galactotes
ALVAREZ, FERNANDO1999Attractive non-mimetic stimuli in Cuckoo Cuculus canorus eggs
ALVAREZ, FERNANDO1996Model Cuckoo Cuculus canorus eggs accepted by Rufous Bush Chats Cercotrichas galactotes during the parasite's absence from the breeding area
ALVAREZ, FERNANDO1993Proximity of trees facilitates parasitism by Cuckoos Cuculus canorus on Rufous Warblers Cercotrichas galactotes
Amundsen, T, Brobakken, PT, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2002Rejection of common cuckoo Cuculus canorus eggs in relation to female age in the bluethroat Luscinia svecica
ANDOU, D, NAKAMURA, HIROSHI, OOMORI, S, Higuchi, H2005Characteristics of brood parasitism by Common Cuckoos on Azure-winged Magpies, as illustrated by video recordings
Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Kleven, O, Honza, M, Røskaft, E2006Eggshell Strength of an Obligate Brood Parasite: A Test of the Puncture Resistance Hypothesis
Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2007Factors influencing the risk of common cuckoo Cuculus canorus parasitism on marsh warblers Acrocephalus palustris
Antonov, A, Stokke, B, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2007Aspects of breeding ecology of the eastern olivaceous warbler ( Hippolais pallida )
Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2006Coevolutionary Interactions between Common Cuckoos and Corn Buntings
Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2006Egg Rejection in Marsh Warblers (Acrocephalus palustris) Heavily Parasitized by Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) (Rechazo de Huevos en Nidos de Acrocephalus palustris Fuertemente Parasitados por Cuculus canorus)
Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Ranke, PS, Fossøy, F, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2010Absence of egg discrimination in a suitable cuckoo Cuculus canorus host breeding away from trees
Antonovics, J, Edwards, M2011Spatio-temporal dynamics of bumblebee nest parasites (Bombus subgenus Psythirus ssp.) and their hosts (Bombus spp.)
Asís, JD, Gayubo, SF, Tormos, J1991Notes on the natural history of Stizus perrisii ibericus Beaumont (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae)
Avilés, JM2004Egg rejection by Iberian azure-winged magpies Cyanopica cyanus in the absence of brood parasitism
Avilés, JM, Garamszegi, LZ2007Egg Rejection and Brain Size among Potential Hosts of the Common Cuckoo
Avilés, JM, Moskát, C, Bán, M, Hargitai, R, Parejo, D2009Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) Do Not Rely on Indicators of Parental Abilities When Searching for Host Nests: The Importance of Host Defenses (Cuculus canorus no se Basa en Indicadores de las Habilidades Parentales Cuando Busca Nidos de Hospederos: la I
Avilés, JM, MØLLER, ANDERSP2004How is host egg mimicry maintained in the cuckoo (Cuculus canorus)?
Avilés, JM, MØLLER, ANDERSP2003Meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis) egg appearance in cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) sympatric and allopatric populations
Avilés, JM, Rutila, J, MØLLER, ANDERSPAPE2005Should the Redstart Phoenicurus phoenicurus Accept or Reject Cuckoo Cuculus canorus Eggs?
Avilés, JM, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, MØLLER, ANDERSP2007Environmental Conditions Influence Egg Color of Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus and Their Parasite, the Common Cuckoo Cuculus canorus
AVISE, JOHNC, Nelson, WS, Sibley, CG1994Why One-Kilobase Sequences from Mitochondrial DNA Fail to Solve the Hoatzin Phylogenetic Enigma
Baker, ECStuart1913The Evolution of Adaptation in Parasitic Cuckoos' Eggs
Balete, DS, Tabaranza, BR, Heaney, LR2006An Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines
Banks, RC1990Geographic Variation in the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo: Corrections and Comments
Banks, RC1988Geographic Variation in the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo

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