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  2. Associations between changing climate and body condition over decades in two southern hemisphere passerine birds

    Gardner, J. L., Rowley, E., de Rebeira, P., de Rebeira, A. & Brouwer, L., 2018, In : Climate Change Responses. 5, 2

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  3. Conspicuous Plumage Does Not Increase Predation Risk: A Continent-Wide Test Using Model Songbirds

    Cain, K. E., Hall, M. L., Medina, I., Leitao, A. V., Delhey, K., Brouwer, L., Peters, A., Pruett-Jones, S., Webster, M. S., Langmore, N. E. & Mulder, R. A., 2019, In : American Naturalist. in press, p. 0 1 p.

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  4. Effects of extreme weather on two sympatric Australian passerine bird species

    Gardner, J. L., Rowley, E., de Rebeira, P., de Rebeira, A. & Brouwer, L., 19 Jun 2017, In : Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 372, 1723

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  5. Habitat geometry does not affect levels of extrapair paternity in an extremely unfaithful fairy-wren

    Brouwer, L., Van de Pol, M. & Cockburn, A., 2014, In : Behavioral Ecology. 25, 3, p. 531-537

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  6. Identifying the best climatic predictors in ecology and evolution

    Van de Pol, M., Bailey, L., McLean, N., Rijsdijk, L., Lawson, C. R. & Brouwer, L., 2016, In : Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 7, 10, p. 1246-1257

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  7. Indirect fitness benefits through extra-pair mating are large for an inbred minority, but cannot explain widespread infidelity among red-winged fairy wrens

    Lichtenauer, W., Van de Pol, M., Cockburn, A. & Brouwer, L., 2019, In : Evolution. 73, 3, p. 467-480

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  8. Male and female helper effects on maternal investment and adult survival in red-winged fairy-wrens

    Lejeune, L., van de Pol, M., Cockburn, A., Louter, M. & Brouwer, L., 2016, In : Behavioral Ecology. 27, 6, p. 1841-1850

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  9. Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra-pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family

    Brouwer, L., van de Pol, M., Aranzamendi, N. H., Bain, G., Baldassarre, D. T., Brooker, L. C., Brooker, M. G., Colombelli-Négrel, D., Enbody, E., Gielow, K., Hall, M. L., Johnson, A. E., Karubian, J., kingma, S. A., Kleindorfer, S., Louter, M., Mulder, R. A., Peters, A., Pruett-Jones, S., Tarvin, K. A. & 4 othersThrasher, D. J., Varian-Ramos, C. W., Webster, M. S. & Cockburn, A., 2017, In : Molecular Ecology. 26, 23, p. 6717-6729

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  10. Rescue behaviour in a social bird: removal of sticky ‘bird-catcher tree’ seeds by group members

    Hammers, M. & Brouwer, L., 2017, In : Behaviour. 154, 4, p. 403-411 9 p.

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  11. Social context-dependent provisioning rules in red-winged fairy-wrens do not vary with signals of increased chick need

    MacLeod, K. J. & Brouwer, L., 2018, In : Animal Behaviour. 143, p. 105-111 7 p.

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