Literature

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Čapek, Jr., M, Honza, M, Mrlík, V2000Female Blackcap Adoption of a Yellowhammer Clutch
Vogl, W, TABORSKY, BARBARA, Taborsky, M, TEUSCHL, YVONNE, Honza, M2004Habitat and Space Use of European Cuckoo Females during the Egg Laying Period
Skjelseth, S, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, H. Gibbs, L, Taborsky, M, TABORSKY, BARBARA, Honza, M, Kleven, O2004Parentage and host preference in the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus
Røskaft, E, Moksnes, A, Meilvang, D, Bičík, V, Jemelíková, J, Honza, M2002No evidence for recognition errors in Acrocephalus warblers
Procházka, P, Honza, M2003Do Common Whitethroats ( Sylvia communis ) discriminate against alien eggs?
Požgayová, M, Procházka, P, Honza, M2009Adjustment of incubation according to the threat posed: a further signal of enemy recognition in the Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla ?
Ležalová-Piálková, R, Honza, M2008Responses of Black-headed Gulls Larus ridibundus to conspecific brood parasitism
Picman, J, Honza, M2002Are House Wren Troglodytes aedon eggs unusually strong? Test of the predicted effect of intraspecific egg destruction
Moskát, C, Honza, M2002European Cuckoo Cuculus canorus parasitism and host's rejection behaviour in a heavily parasitized Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus population
Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Rudolfsen, G, Skjelseth, S, Stokke, BG, Kleven, O, H. Gibbs, L, Honza, M, TABORSKY, BARBARA, TEUSCHL, YVONNE, Vogl, W, Taborsky, M2008Individual female common cuckoos Cuculus canorus lay constant egg types but egg appearance cannot be used to assign eggs to females
Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, HAGEN, LISEGREGER, Honza, M, MØRK, CECILIE, OLSEN, PERH2000Common Cuckoo Cuculus canorus and host behaviour at Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus nests
Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Bičík, V, Honza, M, Øien, IJ1993Cuckoo Cuclus canorus parasitism on Acrocephalus Warblers in Southern Moravia in The Czech Republic
Ležalová, R, Tkadlec, E, Oborník, M, Šimek, J, Honza, M2005Should males come first? The relationship between offspring hatching order and sex in the black-headed gull Larus ridibundus
Kleven, O, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Rudolfsen, G, Stokke, BG, Honza, M2004Breeding success of common cuckoos Cuculus canorus parasitising four sympatric species of Acrocephalus warblers
Kleven, O, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Honza, M1999Host Species Affects the Growth Rate of Cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) Chicks
Honza, M, Šicha, V, Procházka, P, Ležalová, R2006Host nest defense against a color-dimorphic brood parasite: great reed warblers ( Acrocephalus arundinaceus ) versus common cuckoos ( Cuculus canorus )
Honza, M, Vošlajerová, K, Moskát, C2007Eviction behaviour of the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus chicks
Honza, M, TABORSKY, BARBARA, Taborsky, M, TEUSCHL, YVONNE, Vogl, W, Moksnes, A, R2002Behaviour of female common cuckoos, Cuculus canorus, in the vicinity of host nests before and during egg laying: a radiotelemetry study
Honza, M, Procházka, P, Požgayová, M2012Within- and between-season repeatability of eggshell colouration in the great reed warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus
Honza, M, Požgayová, M, Procházka, P, Tkadlec, E2007Consistency in Egg Rejection Behaviour: Responses to Repeated Brood Parasitism in the Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla)
Honza, M, Piálková, R, Albrecht, T, Neužilová, Š2009Nest Defence Against Conspecific Intruders in the Common Pochard Aythya ferina: Natural Observations and an Experimental Test
Honza, M, Picman, J, Grim, T, Novák, V, Čapek, Jr., Miroslav, Mrlík, V2001How to hatch from an egg of great structural strength. A study of the Common Cuckoo
Honza, M, Moksnes, A, ROSKAFT, EIVIN, Øien, IJ1999Effect of Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus on the reproductive tactics of the Reed Warbler A. scirpaceus
Honza, M, Literak, I1997Spatial distribution of four Acrocephalus warblers in reedbeds during the post‐breeding migration
Honza, M, Kuiper, SM, Cherry, MI2005Behaviour of African turdid hosts towards experimental parasitism with artificial red-chested cuckoo Cuculus solitarius eggs
Honza, M, Grim, T, Capek, M, Moksnes, A, R⊘skaft, E2004Nest defence, enemy recognition and nest inspection behaviour of experimentally parasitized Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: Capsule Reed Warblers in a regularly parasitized population do not recognize Cuckoo Cuculus canorus as a special enemy and d
Honza, M, Grim, T, Capek, M, Moksnes, A, R⊘skaft, E2004Nest defence, enemy recognition and nest inspection behaviour of experimentally parasitized Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: Capsule Reed Warblers in a regularly parasitized population do not recognize Cuckoo Cuculus canorus as a special enemy and d
Grim, T, Samaš, P, Moskát, C, Kleven, O, Honza, M, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Stokke, BG2011Constraints on host choice: why do parasitic birds rarely exploit some common potential hosts?
Edvardsen, E, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Øien, IJ, Honza, M2001Egg Mimicry in Cuckoos Parasitizing Four Sympatric Species of Acrocephalus Warblers
Clarke, AL, Øien, IJ, Honza, M, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2001Factors Affecting Reed Warbler Risk of Brood Parasitism by the Common Cuckoo
Capek, M, Požgayová, M, Procházka, P, Honza, M2010Repeated Presentations of the Common Cuckoo Increase Nest Defense by the Eurasian Reed Warbler But Do not Induce It to Make Recognition Errors (Las Presentaciones Repetidas de Cuculus canorus Incrementan la Defensa del Nido por Parte de Acrocephalus scirp
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
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