Tomas Grim
Tomas Grim
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Constraints on host choice: why do parasitic birds rarely exploit some common potential hosts?
T Grim, P Samaš, C Moskát, O Kleven, M Honza, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (3), 508-518, 2011
1322011
The evolution of nestling discrimination by hosts of parasitic birds: why is rejection so rare?
T Grim
Evolutionary Ecology Research 8 (5), 785-802, 2006
1122006
The modelling of avian visual perception predicts behavioural rejection responses to foreign egg colours
P Cassey, M Honza, T Grim, ME Hauber
Biology Letters 4 (5), 515-517, 2008
1092008
High urban population density of birds reflects their timing of urbanization
AP Møller, M Diaz, E Flensted-Jensen, T Grim, JD Ibáñez-Álamo, ...
Oecologia 170 (3), 867-875, 2012
1072012
Experimental evidence for chick discrimination without recognition in a brood parasite host
T Grim
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 274 (1608), 373-381, 2007
1042007
Nestling discrimination without recognition: a possible defence mechanism for hosts towards cuckoo parasitism?
T Grim, O Kleven, O Mikulica
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 270 (Suppl 1), S73-S75, 2003
932003
The geography of fear: a latitudinal gradient in anti-predator escape distances of birds across Europe
M Díaz, AP Møller, E Flensted-Jensen, T Grim, JD Ibáñez-Álamo, ...
PLoS ONE 8 (5), e64634, 2013
912013
Mimicry vs. similarity: which resemblances between brood parasites and their hosts are mimetic and which are not?
T Grim
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84 (1), 69-78, 2005
912005
Are blue eggs a sexually selected signal of female collared flycatchers? A cross-fostering experiment
M Krist, T Grim
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (6), 863-876, 2007
812007
Host recognition of brood parasites: implications for methodology in studies of enemy recognition
T Grim
The Auk 122 (2), 530-543, 2005
712005
Cuckoo growth performance in parasitized and unused hosts: not only host size matters
T Grim
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (5), 716-723, 2006
672006
Why are birds' eggs colourful? Eggshell pigments co‐vary with life‐history and nesting ecology among British breeding non‐passerine birds
P Cassey, GH Thomas, SJ Portugal, G Maurer, ME Hauber, T Grim, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106 (3), 657-672, 2012
662012
A shared chemical basis of avian host–parasite egg colour mimicry
B Igic, P Cassey, T Grim, DR Greenwood, C Moskát, J Rutila, ME Hauber
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279 (1731), 1068-1076, 2012
612012
Does supernormal stimulus influence parental behaviour of the cuckoo's host?
T Grim, M Honza
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49 (4), 322-329, 2001
592001
Experimentally constrained virulence is costly for common cuckoo chicks
T Grim, J Rutila, P Cassey, ME Hauber
Ethology 115 (1), 14-22, 2009
582009
How to hatch from an egg of great structural strength. A study of the common cuckoo
M Honza, J Picman, T Grim, V Novák, M Čapek Jr, V Mrlík
Journal of Avian Biology 32 (3), 249-255, 2001
572001
Repeatability of foreign egg rejection: testing the assumptions of co‐evolutionary theory
P Samaš, ME Hauber, P Cassey, T Grim
Ethology 117 (7), 606-619, 2011
532011
The cost of virulence: an experimental study of egg eviction by brood parasitic chicks
T Grim, J Rutila, P Cassey, ME Hauber
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 1138–1146, 2009
532009
Egg eviction imposes a recoverable cost of virulence in chicks of a brood parasite
MG Anderson, C Moskát, M Bán, T Grim, P Cassey, ME Hauber
PLoS ONE 4 (11), e7725, 2009
482009
Differences in behaviour of closely related thrushes (Turdus philomelos and T. merula) to experimental parasitism by the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus
T Grim, M Honza
Biologia 56 (5), 549-556, 2001
462001
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