The British Journal of Animal Behaviour, 1095-8282

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  1. Reed warbler orientation: initiation of nocturnal migratory flights in relation to visibility of celestial cues at dusk

    Susanne Åkesson, G Walinder, L Karlsson & S Ehnbom, 2001, I : Animal Behaviour. 61, 1, s. 181-189

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  2. Orientation in pied flycatchers: the relative importance of magnetic and visual information at dusk

    Susanne Åkesson & Johan Bäckman, 1999, I : Animal Behaviour. 57, 4, s. 819-828 10 s.

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  3. Avian orientation: effects of cue-conflict experiments with young migratory songbirds in the high Arctic

    Susanne Åkesson, J Morin, Rachel Muheim & Ulf Ottosson, 2002, I : Animal Behaviour. 64, 3, s. 469-475 7 s.

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  4. Temporal and spatial patterns of repeated migratory journeys by ospreys

    Thomas Alerstam, M Hake & Nils Kjellén, 2006, I : Animal Behaviour. 71, 3, s. 555-566

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  5. Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major

    L. M. Aplin, J. A. Firth, D. R. Farine, B. Voelkl, R. A. Crates, A. Culina, C. J. Garroway, C. A. Hinde, L. R. Kidd, I. Psorakis, N. D. Milligan, Reinder Radersma, B. L. Verhelst & B. C. Sheldon, 2015, I : Animal Behaviour. 108, s. 117-127

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  6. Orientation scatter of free-flying nocturnal passerine migrants: components and causes

    Johan Bäckman & Thomas Alerstam, 2003, I : Animal Behaviour. 65, 5, s. 987-996

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  7. The approach and preference behaviour of chicks in relation to the intensity of neural-input effects.

    Hans Bengtsson, 1983, I : Animal Behaviour. 31, 2, s. 490-496

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  8. Male coloration reveals different components of immunocompetence in ostriches, Struthio camelus

    Maud Bonato, Matthew R. Evans, Dennis Hasselquist & Michael I. Cherry, 2009, I : Animal Behaviour. 77, 5, s. 1033-1039

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  9. Effects of wind and weather on red admiral, Vanessa atalanta, migration at a coastal site in southern Sweden

    Oskar Brattström, Nils Kjellén, Thomas Alerstam & Susanne Åkesson, 2008, I : Animal Behaviour. 76, s. 335-344

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  10. Speciation by perception

    Anders Brodin & Fredrik Haas, 2006, I : Animal Behaviour. 72, 1, s. 139-146

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  11. Polygynous male starlings allocate parental effort according to relative hatching date

    Måns Bruun, Maria Sandell & Henrik G. Smith, 1997, I : Animal Behaviour. 54, s. 73-79

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  12. Behavioural syndromes at multiple scales in Myrmica ants

    Ben Chapman, Harry Thain, Jennifer Coughlin & William O. H. Hughes, 2011, I : Animal Behaviour. 82, 2, s. 391-397

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  13. Optimal departure decisions of songbirds from an experimental stopover site and the significance of weather

    Juliana Dänhardt & Åke Lindström, 2001, I : Animal Behaviour. 62, 2, s. 235-243

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  14. Twilight ascents by common swifts, Apus apus, at dawn and dusk: acquisition of orientation cues?

    Adriaan M. Dokter, Susanne Åkesson, Hans Beekhuis, Willem Bouten, Luit Buurma, Hans van Gasteren & Iwan Holleman, 2013, I : Animal Behaviour. 85, 3, s. 545-552

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  15. Behavioural modes in butterflies: their implications for movement and searching behaviour

    Luke Christopher Evans, Tom Henry Oliver, Ian Sims, Matthew Peter Greenwell, Yolanda Melero, Arron Watson, Felix Townsend & Richard John Walters, 2020, I : Animal Behaviour. 169, s. 23-33 11 s.

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  16. Song divergence between subspecies of reed bunting is more pronounced in singing styles under sexual selection

    Luís de Oliveira Gordinho, Eloisa Matheu, Dennis Hasselquist & Julio Neto, 2015, I : Animal Behaviour. 107, s. 221-231

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  17. A study of tactical and sexual dimorphism in cognition with insights for sexual conflict

    Hannah J. Griebling, Oscar Rios-Cardenas, Jessica Abbott & Molly R. Morris, 2020, I : Animal Behaviour. 170, s. 43-50 8 s.

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  18. To fly or not to fly depending on winds: shorebird migration in different seasonal wind regimes

    Johanna Grönroos, Martin Green & Thomas Alerstam, 2012, I : Animal Behaviour. 83, 6, s. 1449-1457

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  19. Automated analysis of song structure in complex birdsongs

    Mareile Große Ruse, Dennis Hasselquist, Bengt Hansson, Maja Tarka & Maria Sandsten, 2016 feb 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 112, s. 39-51 13 s.

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  20. Infanticide in great reed warblers: secondary females destroy eggs of primary females

    Bengt Hansson, Staffan Bensch & Dennis Hasselquist, 1997, I : Animal Behaviour. 54, 2, s. 297-304

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  21. The implications of location accuracy for the interpretation of satellite-tracking data

    GC Hays, Susanne Åkesson, BJ Godley, P Luschi & P Santidrian, 2001, I : Animal Behaviour. 61, 5, s. 1035-1040

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  22. Seeing red: morph-specific contest success, and survival rates, in a colour-polymorphic agamid lizard

    Mo Healey, Tobias Uller & Mats Olsson, 2007, I : Animal Behaviour. 74, 2, s. 337-341

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  23. Optimal migration strategies in animals that run: a range equation and its consequences

    Anders Hedenström, 2003, I : Animal Behaviour. 66, 4, s. 631-636

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  24. Adaptive airspeed adjustment and compensation for wind drift in the common swift: differences between day and night

    Anders Hedenström & Susanne Åkesson, 2017 maj 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 127, s. 117-123 7 s.

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  25. Flight speed adjustment by three wader species in relation to winds and flock size

    Anders Hedenström & Susanne Åkesson, 2017 dec 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 134, s. 209-215 7 s.

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  26. Local adaptation but not geographic separation promotes assortative mating in a snail - support for ecological speciation

    Johan Hollander, Mats Lindegarth & Kerstin Johannesson, 2005, I : Animal Behaviour. 70, 5, s. 1209-1219

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  27. Dynamics of intersexual conflict over precopulatory mate guarding in two populations of the isopod Idotea baltica

    V Jormalainen, S Merilaita & Roger Härdling, 2000, I : Animal Behaviour. 60, 1, s. 85-93

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  28. Extreme allomaternal care and unequal task participation by unmated females in a cooperatively breeding spider

    Anja Junghanns, Christina Holm, Mads Fristrup Schou, Anna Boje Sørensen, Gabriele Uhl & Trine Bilde, 2017, I : Animal Behaviour. 132, s. 101-107 7 s.

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  29. Nocturnal passerine migrants fly faster in spring than in autumn: a test of the time minimization hypothesis

    Håkan Karlsson, Cecilia Nilsson, Johan Bäckman & Thomas Alerstam, 2012, I : Animal Behaviour. 83, 1, s. 87-93

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  30. Active males, reactive females: stereotypic sex roles in sexual conflict research?

    Kristina Karlsson & Josefin Madjidian, 2011, I : Animal Behaviour. 81, 5, s. 901-907

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  31. Compensation for wind drift by migrating swifts

    Håkan Karlsson, Per Henningsson, Johan Bäckman, Anders Hedenström & Thomas Alerstam, 2010, I : Animal Behaviour. 80, 3, s. 399-404

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  32. An ‘unkindness’ of ravens? Measuring prosocial preferences in Corvus corax

    Megan L. Lambert, Jorg J M Massen, Amanda M Seed, Thomas Bugnyar & Katie E Slocombe, 2017 jan 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 123, s. 383-393

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  33. Female call preferences in tree-hole frogs: why are there so many unattractive males?

    Björn Lardner & M B Lakim, 2004, I : Animal Behaviour. 68, 2, s. 265-272

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  34. Asymmetric contests over resources for survival and migration: a field experiment with bluethroats

    Åke Lindström, Dennis Hasselquist, Staffan Bensch & Mats Grahn, 1990, I : Animal Behaviour. 40, 3, s. 453-461

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  35. A reply to Perry & Rowe: Costs in sexual conflict research

    Josefin A. Madjidian & Kristina Karlsson Green, 2012 apr 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 83, 4, s. e14-e16

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  36. Ravens remember the nature of a single reciprocal interaction sequence over 2 days and even after a month

    Alejandro J. Müller, J. J.M. Massen, T. Bugnyar & M. Osvath, 2017 jun 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 128, s. 69-78 10 s.

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  37. Sibling competition affects individual growth strategies in marsh tit, Parus palustris, nestlings.

    Jan-Åke Nilsson & Anna Gårdmark, 2001, I : Animal Behaviour. 61, 2, s. 357-365

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  38. Temporally fluctuating prey and interfering predators: a positive feedback

    Anders Nilsson & G D Ruxton, 2004, I : Animal Behaviour. 68, 1, s. 159-165

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  39. Incubation feeding as a male tactic for early hatching

    Jan-Åke Nilsson & Henrik G. Smith, 1988, I : Animal Behaviour. 36, 3, s. 641-647

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  40. Establishment of juvenile marsh tits in winter flocks: an experimental study: an experimental study

    Jan-Åke Nilsson, 1989, I : Animal Behaviour. 38, 4, s. 586-595

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  41. Fledging in altricial birds: Parental manipulation or sibling competition?

    Jan Åke Nilsson & Mikael Svensson, 1993 jan 1, I : Animal Behaviour. 46, 2, s. 379-386

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  42. Context-dependent costs of incubation in the pied flycatcher

    Andreas Nord & Jan-Åke Nilsson, 2012, I : Animal Behaviour. 84, 2, s. 427-436

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  43. MHC and kin discrimination in juvenile Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus (L.)

    K. H. Olsen, Mats Grahn, Jakob Lohm & Åsa Langefors, 1998, I : Animal Behaviour. 56, 2, s. 319-327

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  44. Effects of sperm storage and male colour on probability of paternity in a polychromatic lizard

    Mats Olsson, Tonia Schwartz, Tobias Uller & Mo Healey, 2009, I : Animal Behaviour. 77, 2, s. 419-424

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  45. Experience influences oviposition behaviour in two pyralid moths, Ephestia cautella and Plodia interpunctella

    Christian Olsson, Olle Anderbrant & Christer Löfstedt, 2006, I : Animal Behaviour. 72, 3, s. 545-551

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  46. Long- and short-term state-dependent foraging under predation risk: an indication of habitat quality

    Ola Olsson, JS Brown & Henrik Smith, 2002, I : Animal Behaviour. 63, 5, s. 981-989

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