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EL Dahl, K Bevanger, T Nygård, E Røskaft, BG Stokke
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 79-85, 2012
|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
|Coevolution in action: disruptive selection on egg colour in an avian brood parasite and its host|
C Yang, W Liang, Y Cai, S Shi, F Takasu, AP Møller, A Antonov, F Fossøy, ...
PLoS One 5 (5), e10816, 2010
|Obligate brood parasites as selective agents for evolution of egg appearance in passerine birds|
BG Stokke, A Moksnes, E Røskaft
Evolution 56 (1), 199-205, 2002
|Rejection of artificial cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) eggs in relation to variation in egg appearance among reed warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus)|
BG Stokke, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, G Rudolfsen, M Honza
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 266 (1427 …, 1999
|Aggression to dummy cuckoos by potential European cuckoo hosts|
E Røskaft, A Moksnes, B Stokke, V Bicík, C Moskát
Behaviour 139 (5), 613-628, 2002
|Diversity of parasitic cuckoos and their hosts in China|
C Yang, W Liang, AT Antonov, Y Cai, BG Stokke, F Fossøy, A Moksnes, ...
BioMed Central, 2012
|The spatial habitat structure of host populations explains the pattern of rejection behavior in hosts and parasitic adaptations in cuckoos|
E Røskaft, A Moksnes, BG Stokke, C Moskát, M Honza
Behavioral Ecology 13 (2), 163-168, 2002
|Rapid increase in cuckoo egg matching in a recently parasitized reed warbler population|
JM Avilés, BG Stokke, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, M Åsmul, AP Møller
Journal of evolutionary biology 19 (6), 1901-1910, 2006
|Environmental conditions influence egg color of reed warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus and their parasite, the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus|
JM Avilés, BG Stokke, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, AP Møller
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 475-485, 2007
|Evidence for egg discrimination preceding failed rejection attempts in a small cuckoo host|
A Antonov, BG Stokke, A Moksnes, E Røskaft
Biology Letters 5 (2), 169-171, 2009
|White‐tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) at the Smøla wind‐power plant, Central Norway, lack behavioral flight responses to wind turbines|
EL Dahl, R May, PL Hoel, K Bevanger, HC Pedersen, E Røskaft, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 37 (1), 66-74, 2013
|Are blackcaps current winners in the evolutionary struggle against the common cuckoo?|
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Journal of Ethology 22, 175-180, 2004
|Predictors of resistance to brood parasitism within and among reed warbler populations|
BG Stokke, I Hafstad, G Rudolfsen, A Moksnes, AP Møller, E Røskaft, ...
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 612-620, 2008
|Host density predicts presence of cuckoo parasitism in reed warblers|
BG Stokke, I Hafstad, G Rudolfsen, B Bargain, J Beier, D Bigas Campàs, ...
Oikos 116 (6), 913-922, 2007
|Pre-and post-construction studies of conflicts between birds and wind turbines in coastal Norway (BirdWind)|
K Bevanger, F Berntsen, S Clausen, EL Dahl, Ø Flagstad, A Follestad, ...
|Genetic differentiation among sympatric cuckoo host races: males matter|
F Fossøy, A Antonov, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, JR Vikan, AP Møller, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1712), 1639-1645, 2011
|Avian colour perception predicts behavioural responses to experimental brood parasitism in chaffinches|
JM Avilés, JR Vikan, F Fossøy, A Antonov, A Moksnes, E Røskaft, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (2), 293-301, 2010
|Paint it black: Efficacy of increased wind turbine rotor blade visibility to reduce avian fatalities|
R May, T Nygård, U Falkdalen, J Åström, Ø Hamre, BG Stokke
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