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IBIS | New articles | October 2017

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ibis-cover-300x250IBIS continuously publishes research articles online as:

  • Accepted articles (peer-reviewed awaiting final edit and layout, DOI assigned);
  • Early view articles (first sight of fully edited publication); and
  • Within issue articles (article assigned to an issue with page numbers).

 

Accepted articles

Foraging behaviour of Magellanic Penguins during the early chick rearing period at Isla de los Estados, Argentina
Natalia G Rosciano, Klemens Pütz, Michael J Polito and Andrea Raya Rey
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Habitat segregation by breeding origin in the declining populations of European Robins wintering in southern Iberia
Iván De La Hera, Guillermo Fandos, Javier Fernández-López, Alejandro Onrubia, Antón Pérez-Rodríguez, Javier Pérez-Tris and José Luis Tellería
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Display behaviour, social organisation and vocal repertoire of Blue-backed Manakin Chiroxiphia pareola napensis in northwest Amazonia
Ghislaine Cárdenas-Posada, Carlos Daniel Cadena, John G. Blake and Bette A. Loiselle
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Moult in the Loggerhead Shrike Lanius ludovicianus is influenced by sex, latitude and migration
Amy A. Chabot, Keith A. Hobson, Susan Craig and Stephen C. Lougheed
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High power line collision mortality of threatened bustards at a regional scale in the Karoo, South Africa
Jessica M. Shaw, Tim A. Reid, Maurice Schutgens, Andrew R. Jenkins and Peter G. Ryan
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Early view articles

Male feeding contribution facilitates multiple brooding in a biparental songbird
Daisuke Nomi, Teru Yuta and Itsuro Koizumi
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Variation in melanin pigmentation of a sexually selected plumage trait and its adaptive value in the Common Snipe Gallinago gallinago
Piotr Minias, Adrian Surmacki, Karolina Kudelska, Patrycja Podlaszczuk, Maciej Kamiński, Krzysztof Kaczmarek, Radosław Włodarczyk and Tomasz Janiszewski
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The effects of hatching asynchrony on growth and mortality patterns in Eurasian Hoopoe Upupa epops nestlings
Barbara Hildebrandt and Michael Schaub
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Seeing sunlit owls in a new light: orienting Snowy Owls may not be displaying
Karen L. Wiebe and Alexander M. Chang
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Sex-specific growth in chicks of the sexually dimorphic Black-tailed Godwit
A. H. Jelle Loonstra, Mo A. Verhoeven and Theunis Piersma
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The role of size and dominance in the feeding behaviour of coexisting hummingbirds
Gabriel López-Segoviano, Rafael Bribiesca and María Del Coro Arizmendi Reneerkens and Olivier Gilg
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Fighting talk: complex song elicits more aggressive responses in a vocally complex songbird
Samuel D. Hill, Dianne H. Brunton, Michael G. Anderson and Weihong Ji
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Meteorological and environmental variables affect flight behaviour and decision-making of an obligate soaring bird, the California Condor Gymnogyps californianus
Sharon A. Poessel, Joseph Brandt, Tricia A. Miller and Todd E. Katzner
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Temporal variation in constitutive and inducible heat shock proteins in the Zebra Finch
John W. Finger Jr, Alexander J. Hoffman and Haruka Wada
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No evidence for a negative effect of conspecific brood parasitism on annual survival of female Prothonotary Warblers
Anna M. Tucker and Lesley P. Bulluck
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Testing the use of infra-red video cameras to census a nocturnal burrow-nesting seabird, the European Storm Petrel Hydrobates pelagicus
Allan J. Perkins, Chris J. Bingham and Mark Bolton
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Image credits (from top)
Magellanic Penguins | defaulter | CC-BY-2.0 | Wikimedia Commons
Blue-backed Manakin | Norbert Potency | GFDL | Wikimedia Commons
Ludwig’s Bustard | Hans Hillewaert | CC-BY-SA-4.0 | Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Tit | Laitche | CC-BY-SA-4.0 | Wikimedia Commons
Eurasian Hoopoe | Luc Viatour | GFDL | Wikimedia Commons
Black-tailed Godwit nest | J. Schroeder | CC-BY-SA-2.5 | Wikimedia Commons
Tui | Matt Binns | CC-BY-2.0 | | Wikimedia Commons
Zebra Finch | Periputis | CC-BY-SA-3.0 | Wikimedia Commons
European Storm Petrel | Júlio Reis | CC-BY-SA-3.0 | Wikimedia Commons

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