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1. Seasonal clutch size decline and individual variation in the timing of breeding are related to female body condition in a non-migratory species, the Upland Goose Chloephaga...


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2. Male achromatic wing colouration is related to body condition and female reproductive investment in a dichromatic species, the upland goose


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3. Female-specific colouration, carotenoids and reproductive investment in a dichromatic species, the upland goose Chloephaga picta leucoptera


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4. Acoustic parameters of begging calls indicate chick body condition in Wilson’s storm-petrels Oceanites oceanicus


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5. Can faecal glucocorticoid metabolites be used to monitor body condition in wild Upland geese Chloephaga picta leucoptera?


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6. Chick provisioning and nest attendance of male and female Wilson’s storm petrels Oceanites oceanicus


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7. Hemosporidian blood parasites in seabirds—a comparative genetic study of species from Antarctic to tropical habitats


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9. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2011) 65:1491–1498 DOI 10.1007/s00265-011-1169-3 METHODS

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10. ORIGINAL PAPER Hemosporidian blood parasites in seabirds—a comparative

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