Literature

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Whelan, CJ, Schmidt, KA, Steele, BB, Quinn, WJ, Dilger, S1998Are Bird-Consumed Fruits Complementary Resources?
Virkkala, R1991Spatial and Temporal Variation in Bird Communities and Populations in North-Boreal Coniferous Forests: A Multiscale Approach
Valido, A, Nogales, M1994Frugivory and Seed Dispersal by the Lizard Gallotia galloti (Lacertidae) in a Xeric Habitat of the Canary Islands
Traveset, A1994Cumulative Effects on the Reproductive Output of Pistacia terebinthus (Anacardiaceae)
Greig-Smith, PW, Wilson, MF1985Influences of Seed Size, Nutrient Composition and Phenolic Content on the Preferences of Bullfinches Feeding in Ash Trees
Seutin, G1994Plumage Redness in Redpoll Finches Does Not Reflect Hemoparasitic Infection
Nilsson, SG1985Ecological and Evolutionary Interactions between Reproduction of Beech Fagus silvatica and Seed Eating Animals
NILSSON, SG1977Density Compensation and Competition among Birds Breeding on Small Islands in a South Swedish Lake
Karvonen, E, MERILÄ, JUHA, Rintamaki, PT, Van Dongen, S2003Geography of fluctuating asymmetry in the greenfinch, Carduelis chloris
Järvinen, O, Väisänen, RA1979Climatic Changes, Habitat Changes, and Competition: Dynamics of Geographical Overlap in Two Pairs of Congeneric Bird Species in Finland
Jordano, P1994Spatial and Temporal Variation in the Avian-Frugivore Assemblage of Prunus mahaleb: Patterns and Consequences
Götmark, F, Post, P, Olsson, J, Himmelmann, D1997Natural Selection and Sexual Dimorphism: Sex-Biased Sparrowhawk Predation Favours Crypsis in Female Chaffinches
Götmark, F, Hohlfält, A1995Bright Male Plumage and Predation Risk in Passerine Birds: Are Males Easier to Detect Than Females?
Fonstad, T1984Reduced Territorial Overlap between the Willow Warbler Phylloscopus Trochilus and the Brambling Fringilla Montifringilla in Health Birch Forest: Competition or Different Habitat Preferences?
Englund, R1993Fruit Removal in Viburnum opulus: Copious Seed Predation and Sporadic Massive Seed Dispersal in a Temperate Shrub
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith