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Animal personality and pace-of-life syndromes: do fast-exploring fairy-wrens die young?
ML Hall, T van Asten, AC Katsis, NJ Dingemanse, MJL Magrath, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 28, 2015
752015
Prenatal exposure to incubation calls affects song learning in the zebra finch
AC Katsis, MH Davies, KL Buchanan, S Kleindorfer, ME Hauber, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
272018
Long-term effects of prenatal sound experience on songbird behavior and their relation to song learning
AC Katsis, KL Buchanan, S Kleindorfer, MM Mariette
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 75 (1), 1-13, 2021
42021
Female in-nest attendance predicts the number of ectoparasites in Darwin's finch species
S Kleindorfer, LK Common, JA O'Connor, J Garcia-Loor, AC Katsis, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1965), 20211668, 2021
32021
Prenatal auditory learning in avian vocal learners and non-learners
D Colombelli-Négrel, ME Hauber, C Evans, AC Katsis, L Brouwer, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1836), 20200247, 2021
22021
An artificial bird nest experiment in urban environments: Lessons from a school‐based citizen science programme
A Gracanin, E Roger, AC Katsis, LS O’Loughlin, NJ Emery, JF Ocock, ...
Austral ecology 45 (5), 523-528, 2020
22020
Nestling behaviour predicts naris deformation in Darwin’s finches parasitized by the avian vampire fly
AC Katsis, D Colombelli-Négrel, LK Common, JA O’connor, RY Dudaniec, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 134 (3), 636-649, 2021
12021
Mitochondria as the powerhouses of sexual selection: testing mechanistic links between development, cellular respiration, and bird song
OL Crino, S Falk, AC Katsis, FLOH Kraft, KL Buchanan
Hormones and Behavior 142, 105184, 2022
2022
Functional traits and foraging behaviour: avian vampire fly larvae change the beak and fitness of their Darwin’s finch hosts
S Kleindorfer, D Colombelli‐Négrel, LK Common, JA O’Connor, KJ Peters, ...
Functional Ecology, 2022
2022
Little penguins are more aggressive on islands that experience greater unregulated human disturbance
D Colombelli-Négrel, AC Katsis
Animal Behaviour 182, 195-202, 2021
2021
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