Birds of Indian Subcontinent


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Berger, LRae, J. Ligon, D1977Vocal communication and individual recognition in the pinon jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus
Cully, JF, J. Ligon, D1986Seasonality of Mobbing Intensity in the Pinyon Jay
Cully, Jr., JF, J. Ligon, D1976Comparative Mobbing Behavior of Scrub and Mexican Jays
Hagelin, JC, J. Ligon, D2001Female quail prefer testosterone-mediated traits, rather than the ornate plumage of males
Joste, N, J. Ligon, D, Stacey, PB1985Shared Paternity in the Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus)
KIMBALL, REBECCAT, J. Ligon, D, Merola-Zwarties, M1997Testicular Asymmetry and Secondary Sexual Characters in Red Junglefowl
J. Ligon, D1997A Single Functional Testis as a Unique Proximate Mechanism Promoting Sex-Role Reversal in Coucals
J. Ligon, D1974Comments on the Systematic Relationships of the Piñon Jay (Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus)
J. Ligon, D1971Late Summer-Autumnal Breeding of the Piñon Jay in New Mexico
J. Ligon, D1970Behavior and Breeding Biology of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker
J. Ligon, D1968Observations on Strickland's Woodpecker, Dendrocopos stricklandi
J. Ligon, D, Husar, SL1974Notes on the Behavioral Ecology of Couch's Mexican Jay
J. Ligon, D, KIMBALL, REBECCA, MEROLA-ZWARTJES, MICHELE1998Mate choice by female red junglefowl: the issues of multiple ornaments and fluctuating asymmetry
J. Ligon, D, Ligon, SH, FORD, HUGHA1991An Experimental Study of the Bases of Male Philopatry in the Cooperatively Breeding Superb Fairy-Wren Malurus cyaneus
J. Ligon, D, Martin, DJ1974Pi
J. Ligon, D, Stacey, PB1996Land Use, Lag Times and the Detection of Demographic Change: The Case of the Acorn WoodpeckerUso de suelo, rezago temporal y la detección de cambios demográficos: un ejemplo provisto por el Pájaro Carpintero Bellotero.
J. Ligon, D, Stacey, PB, Conner, RN, Bock, CE, Adkisson, CS1986Report of the American Ornithologists' Union Committee for the Conservation of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker
J. Ligon, D, Thornhill, R, Zuk, M, Johnson, K1990Male-male competition, ornamentation and the role of testosterone in sexual selection in red jungle fowl
J. Ligon, D, White, JL1974Molt and Its Timing in the Piñon Jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus
J. Ligon, D, Zwartjes, PW1995Female red junglefowl choose to mate with multiple males
J. Ligon, D, Zwartjes, PW1995Ornate plumage of male red junglefowl does not influence mate choice by females
Parker, TH, Hagelin, JC, J. Ligon, D2005Do female Callipepla quail respond to male plumage ornaments?
Parker, TH, J. Ligon, D2007Multiple aspects of condition influence a heritable sexual trait: a synthesis of the evidence for capture of genetic variance in red junglefowl
Parker, TH, J. Ligon, D2002Dominant Male Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) Test the Dominance Status of Other Males
RANDI, ETTORE, LUCCHINI, VITTORIO, HENNACHE, ALAIN, KIMBALL, REBECCAT, BRAUN, EDWARDL, J. Ligon, D2001Evolution of the Mitochondrial DNA Control Region and Cytochrome b Genes and the Inference of Phylogenetic Relationships in the Avian Genus Lophura (Galliformes)
Zack, S, J. Ligon, D1985Cooperative Breeding in Lanius Shrikes. II. Maintenance of Group-Living in a Nonsaturated Habitat
Zuk, M, Johnson, K, Thornhill, R, J. Ligon, D1990Parasites and Male Ornaments in Free-Ranging and Captive Red Jungle Fowl
Zuk, M, J. Ligon, D, Thornhill, R1992Effects of experimental manipulation of male secondary sex characters on female mate preference in red jungle fowl
Zuk, M, Thornhill, R, J. Ligon, D, Johnson, K1990Parasites and Mate Choice in Red Jungle Fowl
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