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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

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1977RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
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Aidley, DJ, Wilkinson, R1987Moult of some Palaearctic warblers in northern Nigeria
Aidley, DJ, Wilkinson, R1987The annual cycle of six Acrocephalus warblers in a Nigerian reed-bed
Akriotis, T1998Post-breeding migration of Reed and Great Reed Warblers breeding in southeast Greece
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Antonov, A, Stokke, BG, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2006Egg Rejection in Marsh Warblers (Acrocephalus palustris) Heavily Parasitized by Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) (Rechazo de Huevos en Nidos de Acrocephalus palustris Fuertemente Parasitados por Cuculus canorus)
Arizaga, J, Sánchez, JM, Díez, E, Cuadrado, JF, Asenjo, I, Mendiburu, A, Jauregi, JI, Herrero, A, Elosegi, Z, Aranguren, I, Andueza, M, Alonso, D2011Fuel Load and Potential Flight Ranges of Passerine Birds Migrating through the Western Edge of the Pyrenees
Avilés, JM, Moskát, C, Bán, M, Hargitai, R, Parejo, D2009Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) Do Not Rely on Indicators of Parental Abilities When Searching for Host Nests: The Importance of Host Defenses (Cuculus canorus no se Basa en Indicadores de las Habilidades Parentales Cuando Busca Nidos de Hospederos: la I
Bensch, S, Hasselquist, D, Hedenström, A, OTTOSSON, ULF1991Rapid moult among palaearctic passerines in West Africa- an adaptation to the oncoming dry season?
Bensch, S, Nielsen, B1999Autumn Migration Speed of Juvenile Reed and Sedge Warblers in Relation to Date and Fat Loads
Bensch, S, PEARSON, DAVID2002The Large-billed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus orinus revisited
Berg, ML, BEINTEMA, NIENKEH, Welbergen, JA, Komdeur, J2006The functional significance of multiple nest-building in the Australian Reed Warbler Acrocephalus australis
Bolshakov, C, Bulyuk, V, Chernetsov, N2003Spring nocturnal migration of Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: departure, landing and body condition
Bosschieter, L, Goedhart, PW, Foppen, RPB, Vos, CC2010Modelling Small-Scale Dispersal of the Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus in a Fragmented Landscape
M. Brooke, deL, Davies, NB1989Provisioning of nestling Cuckoos Cuculus canorus by Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus hosts
Bulyuk, VN, Mukhin, A2010Do Weather and Lunar Cycle Influence the Decision of Juvenile Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus to Perform Post-Fledging Nocturnal Flights Over the Natal Area?
Campobello, D, Sealy, SG2009Avian brood parasitism in a Mediterranean region: hosts and habitat preferences of Common Cuckoos Cuculus canorus
Campobello, D, Sealy, SG2009Avian brood parasitism in a Mediterranean region: hosts and habitat preferences of Common Cuckoos Cuculus canorus
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
Clarke, AL, Øien, IJ, Honza, M, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E2001Factors Affecting Reed Warbler Risk of Brood Parasitism by the Common Cuckoo
Deignan, HG1946Races of the Striated Marsh Warbler (Megalurus palustris Horsefield)
Duckworth, JW1992Effects of mate removal on the behaviour and reproductive success of Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus
Duckworth, JW1991Responses of breeding Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus to mounts of Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus, Cuckoo Cuculus canorus and Jay Garrulus glandarius
Dyrcz, A1974FACTORS AFFECTING THE GROWTH RATE OF NESTLING GREAT REED WARBLERS AND REED WARBLERS AT MILICZ, POLAND
Dyrcz, A, Nagata, H2002Breeding ecology of the Eastern Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus orientalis at Lake Kasumigaura, central Japan: Two populations of the Eastern Great Reed Warblers, one close to settlements and one far away, differed mainly in nest losses which
Edvardsen, E, Moksnes, A, Røskaft, E, Øien, IJ, Honza, M2001Egg Mimicry in Cuckoos Parasitizing Four Sympatric Species of Acrocephalus Warblers
Eising, CM, Komdeur, J, BUYS, JAN, REEMER, MENNO, Richardson, DS2001Islands in a desert: breeding ecology of the African Reed Warbler Acrocephalus baeticatus in Namibia
Fogden, MPL1972PREMIGRATORY DEHYDRATION IN THE REED WARBLER ACROCEPHALVS SCIRPACEUS AND WATER AS A FACTOR LIMITING MIGRATORY RANGE
Fry, CH, Williamson, K, Ferguson-Lees, IJ1974A NEW SUBSPECIES OF ACROCEPHALUS BAETICATUS FROM LAKE CHAD AND A TAXONOMIC REAPPRAISAL OF ACROCEPHALUS DUMETORUM
Gaston, AJ1976THE MOULT OF BLYTH'S REED WARBLER ACROCEPHALUS DUMETORUM, WITH NOTES ON THE MOULT OF OTHER PALAEARCTIC WARBLERS IN INDIA
Hamao, S2008Singing strategies among male Black-browed Reed Warblers Acrocephalus bistrigiceps during the post-fertile period of their mates
Hamao, S, Eda-Fujiwara, H2004Vocal mimicry by the Black-browed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus bistrigiceps: objective identification of mimetic sounds
Hamao, S, UEDA, KEISUKE1998Nest sharing by polygynously mated females in the Black-browed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus bistrigiceps
Hedenström, A, Bensch, S, Hasselquist, D, LOCKWOOD, MARY, OTTOSSON, ULF1993Migration, stopover and moult of the Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus in Ghana, West Africa
Honza, M, Øien, IJ, Moksnes, A, R⊘skaft, E1998Survival of Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus clutches in relation to nest position
Honza, M, Øien, IJ, Moksnes, A, R⊘skaft, E1998Survival of Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus clutches in relation to nest position
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
Honza, M, Moksnes, A, ROSKAFT, EIVIN, Øien, IJ1999Effect of Great Reed Warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus on the reproductive tactics of the Reed Warbler A. scirpaceus
HOP, HERBERT, Kleindorfer, S, ILLE, ROTRAUT, Dittami, J1995Prey abundance and male parental behaviour in Acrocephalus warblers
Ille, R, Hol, H1995Factors influencing fledgling survival in the Marsh Warbler Acrocephalus palushis:. food and vegetation density
Kaiser, A1992Fat deposition and theoretical flight range of small autumn migrants in southern Germany*
Kelsey, MG1989Breeding biology of Marsh Warblers Acrocephalus palustris in Worcestershire: a comparison with European populations
Kelsey, MG1989A comparison of the song and territorial behaviour of a long-distance migrant, the Marsh Warbler Acrocephalus palustris, in summer and winter
Kishkinev, D, Chernetsov, N, Mouritsen, H2010A Double-Clock or Jetlag Mechanism is Unlikely to be Involved in Detection of East–West Displacements in a Long-Distance Avian Migrant (Es Poco Probable que un Mecanismo de Doble Reloj o de Jet Lag esté Involucrado en la Detección de Desplazamientos E
Komdeur, J, Piersma, T, KRAAIJEVELD, KEN, Kraaijeveld-Smit, F, Richardson, DS2004Why Seychelles Warblers fail to recolonize nearby islands: unwilling or unable to fly there?
Kralj, J, Procházka, P, Fainová, D, Patzenhauerová, H, Tutiš, V2010Intraspecific Variation in the Wing Shape and Genetic Differentiation of Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus in Croatia
Leisler, B1977OBSERVATIONS ON THE MOULT OF THE GREAT REED WARBLER ACROCEPHALUS ARUNDINACEUS
Leisler, B, Heidrich, P, Schulze-Hagen, K, Wink, M1997Taxonomy and phylogeny of reed warblers (genus Acrocephalus ) based on mtDNA sequences and morphology

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