Anastasia Dalziell
Anastasia Dalziell
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Song matching, overlapping, and switching in the banded wren: the sender's perspective
SL Vehrencamp, ML Hall, ER Bohman, CD Depeine, AH Dalziell
Behavioral Ecology 18 (5), 849-859, 2007
How to be fed but not eaten: nestling responses to parental food calls and the sound of a predator's footsteps
RD Magrath, BJ Pitcher, AH Dalziell
Animal behaviour 74 (5), 1117-1129, 2007
Dawn song in superb fairy-wrens: a bird that seeks extrapair copulations during the dawn chorus
AH Dalziell, A Cockburn
Animal Behaviour 75 (2), 489-500, 2008
Dance choreography is coordinated with song repertoire in a complex avian display
AH Dalziell, RA Peters, A Cockburn, AD Dorland, AC Maisey, RD Magrath
Current Biology 23 (12), 1132-1135, 2013
Superb fairy-wren males aggregate into hidden leks to solicit extragroup fertilizations before dawn
A Cockburn, AH Dalziell, CJ Blackmore, MC Double, H Kokko, ...
Behavioral Ecology 20 (3), 501-510, 2009
Avian vocal mimicry: a unified conceptual framework
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen, B Igic, RD Magrath
Biological Reviews 90 (2), 643-668, 2015
Mimicry for all modalities
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen
Ecology letters 19 (6), 609-619, 2016
Fooling the experts: accurate vocal mimicry in the song of the superb lyrebird, Menura novaehollandiae
AH Dalziell, RD Magrath
Animal Behaviour 83 (6), 1401-1410, 2012
Elaborate mimetic vocal displays by female Superb Lyrebirds
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 34, 2016
Climate Change and the impacts of extreme events on Australia's Wet Tropics biodiversity
JA Welbergen, J Meade, C Storlie, J VanDerWal, A Dalziell, L Hodgson, ...
Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited, 2015
The ecology of vocal mimicry in the superb lyrebird, Menura novaehollandiae
AH Dalziell
The Australian National University, 2012
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