Naomi E. Langmore
Naomi E. Langmore
Australian Research Fellow, Australian National University
Email verificata su anu.edu.au
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Functions of duet and solo songs of female birds
NE Langmore
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (4), 136-140, 1998
3751998
Escalation of a coevolutionary arms race through host rejection of brood parasitic young
NE Langmore, S Hunt, RM Kilner
Nature 422 (6928), 157-160, 2003
3172003
Female song is widespread and ancestral in songbirds
KJ Odom, ML Hall, K Riebel, KE Omland, NE Langmore
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-6, 2014
2372014
Reduced egg investment can conceal helper effects in cooperatively breeding birds
AF Russell, NE Langmore, A Cockburn, LB Astheimer, RM Kilner
Science 317 (5840), 941-944, 2007
2092007
Dominant males punish helpers for temporary defection in Superb Fairy-wrens.
RA Mulder, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour, 1993
1821993
Quiet song in song birds: an overlooked phenomenon
T DABELSTEEN, PK McGREGOR, HM LAMPE, NE LANGMORE, ...
Bioacoustics 9 (2), 89-105, 1998
1791998
Cuckoos versus hosts in insects and birds: adaptations, counter‐adaptations and outcomes
RM Kilner, NE Langmore
Biological Reviews 86 (4), 836-852, 2011
1752011
The frontline of avian brood parasite–host coevolution
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 3-12, 2012
1382012
Female song attracts males in the alpine accentor Prunella collaris
NE Langmore, NB Davies, BJ Hatchwell, IR Hartley
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 1996
1371996
Visual mimicry of host nestlings by cuckoos
NE Langmore, M Stevens, G Maurer, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, A Peters, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717), 2455-2463, 2011
1222011
Competition for male reproductive investment elevates testosterone levels in female dunnocks, Prunella modularis
NE Langmore, JF Cockrem, EJ Candy
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2002
1152002
Advances in the study of coevolution between avian brood parasites and their hosts
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 45, 227-246, 2014
1142014
The evolution of egg rejection by cuckoo hosts in Australia and Europe
NE Langmore, RM Kilner, SHM Butchart, G Maurer, NB Davies, ...
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 686-692, 2005
1072005
Female control of copulations to maximize male help: a comparison of polygynandrous alpine accentors, Prunella collaris, and dunnocks, P. modularis
NB Davies, IR Hartley, BJ Hatchwell, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 51 (1), 27-47, 1996
1011996
SOCIALLY ACQUIRED HOST‐SPECIFIC MIMICRY AND THE EVOLUTION OF HOST RACES IN HORSFIELD'S BRONZE‐CUCKOO CHALCITES BASALIS
NE Langmore, G Maurer, GJ Adcock, RM Kilner
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (7), 1689-1699, 2008
992008
Are dark cuckoo eggs cryptic in host nests?
NE Langmore, M Stevens, G Maurer, RM Kilner
Animal Behaviour 78 (2), 461-468, 2009
952009
Brood parasitism and the evolution of cooperative breeding in birds
WE Feeney, I Medina, M Somveille, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, RA Mulder, ...
science 342 (6165), 1506-1508, 2013
902013
Female songbirds still struggling to be heard
K Riebel, ML Hall, NE Langmore
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 (8), 419-420, 2005
902005
Conspicuous, ultraviolet-rich mouth colours in begging chicks
S Hunt, RM Kilner, NE Langmore, ATD Bennett
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2003
892003
Flexible cuckoo chick-rejection rules in the superb fairy-wren
NE Langmore, A Cockburn, AF Russell, RM Kilner
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 978-984, 2009
862009
Il sistema al momento non pu˛ eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi¨ tardi.
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