Literature

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Whittingham, LA, Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ1993Confidence of paternity and male parental care: an experimental study in tree swallows
Whittingham, LA, Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ1994Female Response to Reduced Male Parental Care in Birds: An Experiment in Tree Swallows
Whittingham, LA, Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ1994Do female tree swallows guard their mates by copulating frequently?
Whittingham, LA, Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ1995Do Males Exchange Feathers for Copulations in Tree Swallows?
Venier, LA, Robertson, RJ1991Copulation behaviour of the tree swallow, Tachycineta bicolor: paternity assurance in the presence of sperm competition
Venier, LA, Dunn, PO, LIFJELD, JANT, Robertson, RJ1993Behavioural patterns of extra-pair copulation in tree swallows
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1985Floating Populations of Female Tree Swallows
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1987Do Nest Building and First Egg Dates Reflect Settlement Patterns of Females?
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1987Signaling Subordinate and Female Status: Two Hypotheses for the Adaptive Significance of Subadult Plumage in Female Tree Swallows
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1987Two Methods of Sexing Adult Tree Swallows before They Begin Breeding (Dos Metodos para Determinar el Sexo en Golondrinas (Tachycineta bicolor))
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1987Behavioral Tactics of Subadult Female Floaters in the Tree Swallow
Stutchbury, BJ, Robertson, RJ1990Do Tree Swallows Use Nest Cavities as Night Roosts during Territory Establishment? (¿Usa Tachycineta bicolor Cavidades de Anidar, para Pernoctar, durante el Período de Establecimiento del Territorio?)
Stewart, LM, Robertson, RJ1999The Role of Cavity Size in the Evolution of Clutch Size in Tree Swallows
Stapleton, MK, Robertson, RJ2006Female Tree Swallow Home-Range Movements during Their Fertile Period as Revealed by Radio-Tracking
Stapleton, MK, Kleven, O, LIFJELD, JANT, Robertson, RJ2007Female tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) increase offspring heterozygosity through extrapair mating
Rooneem, TM, Robertson, RJ1997The Potential to Lay Replacement Clutches by Tree Swallows
Robertson, RJ, Stutchbury, BJ1988Experimental evidence for sexually selected infanticide in tree swallows
Robertson, RJ, Rendell, WB2001A Long-Term Study of Reproductive Performance in Tree Swallows: The Influence of Age and Senescence on Output
Robertson, RJ, H. Gibbs, L, Stutchbury, BJ1986Spitefulness, Altruism, and the Cost of Aggression: Evidence against Superterritoriality in Tree Swallows
Robertson, RJ, H. Gibbs, L1982Superterritoriality in Tree Swallows: A Reexamination
Rendell, WB, Robertson, RJ1989Nest-Site Characteristics, Reproductive Success and Cavity Availability for Tree Swallows Breeding in Natural Cavities
Rendell, WB, Robertson, RJ1990Influence of Forest Edge on Nest-Site Selection by Tree Swallows
Rendell, WB, Robertson, RJ1993Cavity size, clutch-size and the breeding ecology of Tree Swallows Tachycineta bicolor
Rendell, WB, Robertson, RJ1994Cavity-Entrance Orientation and Nest-Site Use by Secondary Hole-Nesting Birds (Orientación de la Entrada de Cavidades y Uso Secondario de las Mismas por Aves que no las Excavan)
Peer, K, Robertson, RJ, KEMPENAERS, BART2000Reproductive Anatomy and Indices of Quality in Male Tree Swallows: The Potential Reproductive Role of Floaters
Muldal, A, H. Gibbs, L, Robertson, RJ1985Preferred Nest Spacing of an Obligate Cavity-Nesting Bird, the Tree Swallow
Morrill, SB, Robertson, RJ1990Occurrence of Extra-Pair Copulation in the Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor)
Mitchell, JS, Robertson, RJ1993Tree Swallows Cannot Be Classified as Determinate or Indeterminate Layers
Mitchell, JS, Robertson, RJ1996Extra Nest Site Occupancy by Tree Swallows: Do Floaters Avoid Nest Sites near Settled Pairs?
Mallory, ML, Rendell, WB, Robertson, RJ2000Responses of Birds to Broken Eggs in Their Nests
Male, SK, Jones, J, Robertson, RJ2006Effects of Nest-Box Density on the Behavior of Tree Swallows during Nest Building
Male, SK, Jones, J, Robertson, RJ2006Effects of nest-box density on the behavior of Tree Swallows during nest buildingEfecto de la densidad de cajas para anidar en la conducta de Tachycineta bicolor
LIFJELD, JANT, Robertson, RJ1992Female Control of Extra-Pair Fertilization in Tree Swallows
LIFJELD, JANT, Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ, Boag, PT1993Extra-pair paternity in monogamous tree swallows
Leffelaar, D, Robertson, RJ1984Do Male Tree Swallows Guard Their Mates?
Leffelaar, D, Robertson, RJ1985Nest Usurpation and Female Competition for Breeding Opportunities by Tree Swallows
Leffelaar, D, Robertson, RJ1986Equality of Feeding Roles and the Maintenance of Monogamy in Tree Swallows
Kleven, O, JACOBSEN, FRODE, Izadnegahdar, R, Robertson, RJ, LIFJELD, JANT2006Male Tail Streamer Length Predicts Fertilization Success in the North American Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica erythrogaster)
Kleven, O, JACOBSEN, FRODE, Izadnegahdar, R, Robertson, RJ, LIFJELD, JANT2006No evidence of paternal genetic contribution to nestling cell-mediated immunity in the North American barn swallow
KEMPENAERS, BART, Lanctot, RB, Robertson, RJ1998Certainty of paternity and paternal investment in eastern bluebirds and tree swallows
KEMPENAERS, BART, Everding, S, Bishop, C, Boag, P, Robertson, RJ2001Extra-Pair Paternity and the Reproductive Role of Male Floaters in the Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor)
Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ, Michaud-Freeman, D, Boag, PT1994Extra-Pair Paternity in Tree Swallows: Why Do Females Mate with More than One Male?
Dunn, PO, Robertson, RJ1993Extra-pair paternity in polygynous tree swallows
Chek, AA, Robertson, RJ1991Infanticide in Female Tree Swallows: A Role for Sexual Selection
Chek, AA, Robertson, RJ1994Weak Mate Guarding in Tree Swallows: Ecological Constraint or Female Control?
Barber, CA, Robertson, RJ, Boag, PT1996The High Frequency of Extra-Pair Paternity in Tree Swallows Is Not an Artifact of Nestboxes
Barber, CA, Robertson, RJ1998Homing Ability of Breeding Male Tree Swallows (Habilidad Para Encontrar su Hogar por Parte de Machos Reproductivos de Tachycineta bicolor)
Barber, CA, Robertson, RJ1999Floater Males Engage in Extrapair Copulations with Resident Female Tree Swallows
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith