AVIS-IBIS

Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Alonso, JA, Alonso, JC, Veiga, JP1985The Influence of Moonlight on the Timing of Roosting Flights in Common Cranes Grus grus
Alonso, JC, Alonso, JA, Veiga, JP1987Flocking in Wintering Common Cranes Grus grus: Influence of Population Size, Food Abundance and Habitat Patchiness
ALONSO, JUANCARLOS, Veiga, JP, Alonso, JA1984Familienauflösung und Abzug aus dem Winterquartier beim Kranich Grus grus
Cordero, PJ, Veiga, JP, Moreno, J, PARKIN, DAVIDT2003Extra-Pair Paternity in the Facultatively Polygynous Spotless Starling, Sturnus unicolor
Moreno, J, Veiga, JP, Cordero, PJ, Minguez, E1999Effects of Paternal Care on Reproductive Success in the Polygynous Spotless Starling Sturnus unicolor
Polo, V, López-Rull, I, Gil, D, Veiga, JP2010Experimental Addition of Green Plants to the Nest Increases Testosterone Levels in Female Spotless Starlings
Polo, V, Veiga, JP2006Nest Ornamentation by Female Spotless Starlings in Response to a Male Display: An Experimental Study
Veiga, JP1996Mate Replacement Is Costly to Males in the Multibrooded House Sparrow: An Experimental Study
Veiga, JP1996Permanent Exposure versus Facultative Concealment of Sexual Traits: An Experimental Study in the House Sparrow
Veiga, JP1990Sexual Conflict in the House Sparrow: Interference between Polygynously Mated Females versus Asymmetric Male Investment
Veiga, JP1990A Comparative Study of Reproductive Adaptations in House and Tree Sparrows
Veiga, JP, Moreno, J, Arenas, M, Sánchez, S2002Reproductive Consequences for Males of Paternal vs Territorial Strategies in the Polygynous Spotless Starling under Variable Ecological and Social Conditions
Veiga, JP, Polo, V, VIÑUELA, JAVIER2006Nest Green Plants as a Male Status Signal and Courtship Display in the Spotless Starling
Veiga, JP, VIÑUELA, JAVIER1993Hatching Asynchrony and Hatching Success in the House Sparrow: Evidence for the Egg Viability Hypothesis
VIÑUELA, JAVIER, Veiga, JP1992Importance of Rabbits in the Diet and Reproductive Success of Black Kites in Southwestern Spain
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