AVIS-IBIS

Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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1968GENERAL BIOLOGY OF SPECIES
Berthold, P1982Endogene Grundlagen der Jahresperiodik von Standvögeln und wenig ausgeprägten Zugvögeln
Berthold, P1974Circannuale Periodik bei Grasmücken (Sylvia)
Dhondt, AA1989Ecological and Evolutionary Effects of Interspecific Competition in Tits
Järvinen, O, Väisänen, RA1979Climatic Changes, Habitat Changes, and Competition: Dynamics of Geographical Overlap in Two Pairs of Congeneric Bird Species in Finland
Moreno, J1981Feeding Niches of Woodland Birds in a Montane Coniferous Forest in Central Spain during Winter
Korner-Nievergelt, F, Leisler, B2004Morphological convergence in conifer-dwelling passerines
SANGSTER, GEORGE, van den Berg, AB, van Loon, AJ, Roselaar, CS2009Dutch Avifaunal List: Taxonomic Changes in 2004–2008
Sheldon, FH, Slikas, B, Kinnarney, M, Gill, FB, Zhao, E, Silverin, B1992DNA-DNA Hybridization Evidence of Phylogenetic Relationships among Major Lineages of Parus
Suhonen, J, Alatalo, RV, Carlson, A, Höglund, J1992Food Resource Distribution and the Organization of the Parus Guild in a Spruce Forest
Summers, RW2004Use of pine snags by birds in different stand types of Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris: Capsule Hole-nesting birds tended to breed in the largest pine snags (standing dead trees) predominating in ancient native pinewood and scarce in plantations.
Summers, RW2004Use of pine snags by birds in different stand types of Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris: Capsule Hole-nesting birds tended to breed in the largest pine snags (standing dead trees) predominating in ancient native pinewood and scarce in plantations
Summers, RW2007Stand selection by birds in Scots pinewoods in Scotland: the need for more old-growth pinewood
Ulfstrand, S1976Feeding Niches of Some Passerine Birds in a South Swedish Coniferous Plantation in Winter and Summer
Vilà, C, J. RODRIGUEZ-TEIJEIRO, DOMINGO, OLIVA, FRANCESC1996Diurnal cycles in microhabitat use by forest passerines: consequences for community structure
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith