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   Acanthiza robustirostris (Robust Thornbill) 

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   Passeriformes (perching birds) 

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Common Names: ハイイロトゲハシムシクイ, Graurücken-Dornschnabel, Slaty-backed Thornbill, Acanthize ardoisé, Robust Thornbill

1.  Crying wolf to a predator: deceptive vocal mimicry by a bird protecting young.LinkIT
Igic B, McLachlan J, Lehtinen I, Magrath RD
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2015

2.  Within-season increase in parental investment in a long-lived bird species: investment shifts to maximize successful reproduction?LinkIT
Schneider NA, Griesser M
Journal of evolutionary biology, 2015

3.  Host response to cuckoo song is predicted by the future risk of brood parasitism.LinkIT
Kleindorfer S, Evans C, Colombelli-Négrel D, Robertson J, Griggio M, Hoi H
Frontiers in zoology, 2013

4.  Causes of ring-related leg injuries in birds - evidence and recommendations from four field studies.LinkIT
Griesser M, Schneider NA, Collis MA, Overs A, Guppy M, Guppy S, Takeuchi N, Collins P, Peters A, Hall ML
PloS one, 2012

5.  Evolution in Australasian mangrove forests: multilocus phylogenetic analysis of the Gerygone warblers (Aves: Acanthizidae).LinkIT
Nyári ÁS, Joseph L
PloS one, 2012

6.  Socially acquired host-specific mimicry and the evolution of host races in Horsfield's bronze-cuckoo Chalcites basalis.LinkIT
Langmore NE, Maurer G, Adcock GJ, Kilner RM
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 2008

7.  Reconciling genetic expectations from host specificity with historical population dynamics in an avian brood parasite, Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo Chalcites basalis of Australia.LinkIT
Joseph L, Wilke T, Alpers D
Molecular ecology, 2002