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Deviche, P2000Timing, Pattern, and Extent of First Prebasic Molt of White-Winged Crossbills in Alaska (Temporada, Patrón y Extensión de la Primera Muda Prebásica de Loxia leucoptera en Alasca)
Deviche, P1997Seasonal Reproductive Pattern of White-Winged Crossbills in Interior Alaska (Patron Reproductivo Estacional de Loxia lecoptera en el Interior de Alaska)
Deviche, P, McGraw, KJ, Underwood, J2008Season-, sex-, and age-specific accumulation of plasma carotenoid pigments in free-ranging white-winged crossbills Loxia leucoptera
Dice, LR1918Notes on the Nesting of the Redpoll
J. Dieni, S, Anderson, SH1999Effects of Recent Burning on Breeding Bird Community Structure in Aspen Forests (Efectos de Quema Reciente en la Estructura Reproductiva de la Comunidad de Aves en Bosques de Populus)
Dierschke, J2002Food preferences of Shorelarks Eremophila alpestris, Snow Buntings Plectrophenax nivalis and Twites Carduelis flavirostris wintering in the Wadden Sea: Seeds of plants from lower salt marsh communities are preferred, with insects less important.
Dierschke, J2002Food preferences of Shorelarks Eremophila alpestris, Snow Buntings Plectrophenax nivalis and Twites Carduelis flavirostris wintering in the Wadden Sea: Seeds of plants from lower salt marsh communities are preferred, with insects less important.
Dierschke, J2002Food preferences of Shorelarks Eremophila alpestris, Snow Buntings Plectrophenax nivalis and Twites Carduelis flavirostris wintering in the Wadden Sea: Seeds of plants from lower salt marsh communities are preferred, with insects less important
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Dille, FM1900Nesting of the Pine Siskin at Denver, Colo.
DIMITROV, DIMITAR, RIBERA, CARLES2007The genus Pholcus (Araneae, Pholcidae) in the Canary Islands
Disney, RHL, Prescher, S, ASHMOLE, NP2009Scuttle flies (Diptera: Phoridae) of the Canary Islands
Doherty, S, Cowie, RJ1994The Effects of Early Feeding Experience on Long-term Seed Choice by Canaries (Serinus canaria)
Dolling, WR1987A mimetic coreid bug and its relatives (Hemiptera: Coreidae)
Dolnik, VR, Blyumental, TI1967Autumnal Premigratory and Migratory Periods in the Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs coelebs) and Some Other Temperate-Zone Passerine Birds
Dolnik, VR, Gavrilov, VM1980Photoperiodic Control of the Molt Cycle in the Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
Dolnik, VR, Gavrilov, VM1979Bioenergetics of Molt in the Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
Domingues, VS, Santos, RS, Brito, A, ALMADA, VITORC2006Historical population dynamics and demography of the eastern Atlantic pomacentrid Chromis limbata (Valenciennes, 1833)
Domènech, J, Senar, JC1998Trap Type Can Bias Estimates of Sex Ratio (El Tipo de Trampa Puede Sesgar los Estimados de la Proporción de Sexos)
DomèNech, J, Senar, JC1997Trapping methods can bias age ratio in samples of passerine populations
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Dougill, SJ, Johnson, L, Banko, PC, Goltz, DM, Wiley, MR, Semones, JD2000Consequences of Antenna Design in Telemetry Studies of Small Passerines. (Consecuencias en el Diseño de una Antena en un Estudio de Radiotelemetria para Paserinos)
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Drovetski, SV, Zink, RM, ERICSON, PERGP, Fadeev, IV2010A multilocus study of pine grosbeak phylogeography supports the pattern of greater intercontinental divergence in Holarctic boreal forest birds than in birds inhabiting other high-latitude habitats
Duan, YJin, Souriau, A, Mahe, AMarie, Trap, D, Andersen, AA, Rodolakis, A1999Serotyping of Chlamydial Clinical Isolates from Birds with Monoclonal Antibodies
Duckworth, RA, Badyaev, AV, Parlow, AF2003Elaborately Ornamented Males Avoid Costly Parental Care in the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus): A Proximate Perspective
Duckworth, RA, Badyaev, AV, Farmer, KL, Hill, GE, Roberts, SR2003First Case of Mycoplasma gallisepticum Infection in the Western Range of the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus)
Dunham, DW, Clapp, R1963Addendum: The Effects of Exogenous Gonadotrophins and Egg Removal on Clutch Size in the Domesticated Canary, Serinus canarius
Dunham, D, Clapp, R1962The Effects of Exogenous Gonadotrophins and Egg Removal on Clutch Size in the Domesticated Canary, Serinus canarius
Dunn, EH, Hussell, JAT1991Goldfinch Preferences for Bird Feeder Location (Preferencias de Carduelis tristis por la Localización de Comederos)
Durrant, KL, Dawson, DA, Burke, T, BIRKHEAD, TIMR2010The Unusual Sperm Morphology of the Eurasian Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula) is not Due to the Phenotypic Result of Genetic Reduction (La morphologie inhabituelle des spermatozoïdes de Pyrrhula Pyrrhula n'est pas le résultat phénotypique de la réduction
Duvall, AJ1945Variation in Carpodacus purpureus and Carpodacus cassinii
Dwight, Jr., J1902Individual, Seasonal, and Geographical Variations of the American Goldfinch (Astragalinus tristis)
Dwight, Jr., J1901Notes on the Moulting of Spinus pinus and of Hirundo erythrogaster
Dyche, LL1886The Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra stricklandi) in Kansas
Contreras-Díaz, HG, Moya, O, Oromí, P, Juan, C2007Evolution and diversification of the forest and hypogean ground-beetle genus Trechus in the Canary Islands
Edelaar, P, van Eerde, K2011Non-random infection across individuals and populations supports that parasites can change morphology within an adaptive radiation
Edelaar, P, van Eerde, K2011Non-random infection across individuals and populations supports that parasites can change morphology within an adaptive radiation

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