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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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1968BEHAVIOUR
Bauer, H-G, Nagl, W1992Individual Distinctiveness and Possible Function of Song Parts of Short-toed Treecreepers (Certhia brachydactyla). Evidence from Multivariate Song Analysis
Gil, D1997Increased Response of the Short-Toed Treecreeper Certhia brachydactyla in Sympatry to the Playback of the Song of the Common Treecreeper C. familiaris
Massimino, D, Orioli, V, Pizzardi, F, Massa, R, Bani, L2010Usefulness of coarse grain data on forest management to improve bird abundance models
Moreno, J1981Feeding Niches of Woodland Birds in a Montane Coniferous Forest in Central Spain during Winter
Nour, N, van Damme, R, Matthysen, E, Dhondt, AA1999Forest birds in forest fragments: are fragmentation effects independent of season?
Nour, N, VAN DAMME, R, Matthysen, E, Dhondt, AA1999Forest birds in forest fragments: are fragmentation effects independent of season?
Osiejuk, TS1998Correlates of Creeping Speed Variability in Two Species of Treecreepers
Thielcke, G1992Stabilität und Änderungen von Dialekten und Dialektgrenzen beim Gartenbaumläufer ( Certhia brachydactyla )
Thielcke, G1987Langjährige Dialektkonstanz beim Gartenbaumläufer ( Certhia brachydactyla )
Thielcke, G1984Lebenslange Stabilität des Gesangs handaufgezogener Gartenbaumläufer ( Certhia brachydactyla )
Thielcke, G1973ON THE ORIGIN OF DIVERGENCE OF LEARNED SIGNALS (SONGS) IN ISOLATED POPULATIONS
Thielcke, G1965Gesangsgeographische Variation des Gartenbaumläufers (Certhia brachydactyla) im Hinblick auf das Artbildungsproblem2
Thielcke, G1960Mischgesang der Baumläufer Certhia brachydactyla und C. familiaris
Thielcke, G1959Über Schlafgewohnheiten des Gartenbaumläufers (Certhia brachydactyla) und des Waldbaumläufers (Certhia familiaris)
Thielcke, G, Wüstenberg, K1985Experiments on the Origin of Dialects in the Short-Toed Tree Creeper (Certhia brachydactyla)
Thielcke, VGerhard1964Zur Phylogenese einiger Lautäußrungen der europäischen Baumläufer (Certhia brachydactyla Brehm und Certhia familiaris L.)1
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith