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Sexual dimorphism in birds: why are there so many different forms of dimorphism?
IPF Owens, IR Hartley
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
5401998
Intrafamilial conflict and parental investment: a synthesis
GA Parker, NJ Royle, IR Hartley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2002
3712002
Bacterial pathogens in wild birds: a review of the frequency and effects of infection
CMWH Benskin, K Wilson, K Jones, IR Hartley
Biological Reviews 84 (3), 349-373, 2009
3002009
The design and function of birds' nests
MC Mainwaring, IR Hartley, MM Lambrechts, DC Deeming
Ecology and Evolution 4 (20), 3909-3928, 2014
2742014
Begging for control: when are offspring solicitation behaviours honest?
NJ Royle, IR Hartley, GA Parker
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (9), 434-440, 2002
2712002
Maternally derived androgens and antioxidants in bird eggs: complementary but opposing effects?
NJ Royle, PF Surai, IR Hartley
Behavioral Ecology 12 (4), 381-385, 2001
2632001
Heterotrophic microbial communities use ancient carbon following glacial retreat
RD Bardgett, A Richter, R Bol, MH Garnett, R Bäumler, X Xu, ...
Biology letters 3 (5), 487-490, 2007
2022007
Sexual conflict reduces offspring fitness in zebra finches
NJ Royle, IR Hartley, GA Parker
Nature 416 (6882), 733-736, 2002
1602002
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 Sciences …, 1996
1481996
Begging scrambles with unequal chicks: interactions between need and competitive ability
GA Parker, NJ Royle, IR Hartley
Ecology Letters 5 (2), 206-215, 2002
1392002
The effect of variation in dietary intake on maternal deposition of antioxidants in zebra finch eggs
NJ Royle, PF Surai, IR Hartley
Functional Ecology 17 (4), 472-481, 2003
1342003
The energetic costs of nest building in birds
MC Mainwaring, IR Hartley
Avian biology research 6 (1), 12-17, 2013
1282013
Latitudinal variation in blue tit and great tit nest characteristics indicates environmental adjustment
MC Mainwaring, IR Hartley, S Bearhop, K Brulez, CR du Feu, G Murphy, ...
Journal of Biogeography 39 (9), 1669-1677, 2012
1192012
The polygynandrous mating system of the alpine accentor, Prunella collaris. II. Multiple paternity and parental effort
IR Hartley, NB Davies, BJ Hatchwell, A Desrochers, D Nebel, T Burke
Animal Behaviour 49 (3), 789-803, 1995
1181995
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
1141996
No effect of parental quality or extrapair paternity on brood sex ratio in the blue tit (Parus caeruleus)
DI Leech, IR Hartley, IRK Stewart, SC Griffith, T Burke
Behavioral Ecology 12 (6), 674-680, 2001
1092001
Linkages between soil biota, nitrogen availability, and plant nitrogen uptake in a mountain ecosystem in the Scottish Highlands
RD Bardgett, TC Streeter, L Cole, IR Hartley
Applied Soil Ecology 19 (2), 121-134, 2002
1042002
Local temperature and not latitude determines the design of Blue Tit and Great Tit nests
DC Deeming, MC Mainwaring, IR Hartley, SJ Reynolds
Avian Biology Research 5 (4), 203-208, 2012
932012
Sibling competition and the evolution of growth rates in birds
NJ Royle, IR Hartley, IPF Owens, GA Parker
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
921999
The polygynandrous mating system of the alpine accentor, Prunella collaris. I. Ecological causes and reproductive conflicts
NB Davies, IR Hartley, BJ Hatchwell, A Desrochers, J Skeer, D Nebel
Animal behaviour 49 (3), 769-788, 1995
881995
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