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Laura Molles
Laura Molles
Atarau Sanctuary / Verum Group
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Repertoire Size, Repertoire Overlap, and Singing Modes in the Banded Wren (Thryothorus Pleurostictus)
LE Molles, SL Vehrencamp
The Auk 116 (3), 677-689, 1999
1151999
Songbird cheaters pay a retaliation cost: evidence for auditory conventional signals
LE Molles, SL Vehrencamp
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1142001
Neighbour recognition by resident males in the banded wren, Thryothorus pleurostictus, a tropical songbird with high song type sharing
LE Molles, SL Vehrencamp
Animal Behaviour 61 (1), 119-127, 2001
732001
Coexisting with coyotes (Canis latrans) in an urban environment
EE Elliot, S Vallance, LE Molles
Urban ecosystems 19, 1335-1350, 2016
672016
Breeding biology and breeding success of the blue penguin (Eudyptula minor) on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island
S HeBeR, KJ Wilson, L Molles
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 35 (1), 63-71, 2008
432008
" Acoustic anchoring" and the successful translocation of North Island kokako (Callaeas cinerea wilsoni) to a New Zealand mainland management site within continuous forest
L Molles, A Calcott, D Peters, G Delamare, JD Hudson, J Innes, I Flux, ...
The Ornithological Society of New Zealand Inc., 2008
412008
Singing Complexity of The Banded Wren (Thryothorus Pleurostictus): Do Switching Rate and Song-Type Diversity Send Different Messages?
LE Molles
The Auk 123 (4), 991-1003, 2006
362006
Are two heads better than one? Responses of the duetting kokako to one-and two-speaker playback
LE Molles, JR Waas
Animal behaviour 72 (1), 131-138, 2006
362006
Biodiversity monitoring by community‐based restoration groups in New Zealand
JJ Sullivan, LE Molles
Ecological Management & Restoration 17 (3), 210-217, 2016
352016
Triumph displays inform eavesdropping little blue penguins of new dominance asymmetries
SC Mouterde, DM Duganzich, LE Molles, S Helps, F Helps, JR Waas
Animal Behaviour 83 (3), 605-611, 2012
282012
Factors affecting post-release dispersal, mortality, and territory settlement of endangered kokako translocated from two distinct song neighborhoods
DW Bradley, LE Molles, SV Valderrama, S King, JR Waas
Biological Conservation 147 (1), 79-86, 2012
252012
Call-based identification as a potential tool for monitoring Great Spotted Kiwi
JM Dent, LE Molles
Emu-Austral Ornithology 116 (4), 315-322, 2016
242016
Singing in the face of death: male banded wrens Thryophilus pleurostictus sing more to playback in their last breeding season
ML Hall, LE Molles, AE Illes, SL Vehrencamp
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (2), 217-224, 2009
222009
The Mechanics of Duetting in a New Zealand Endemic, the Kokako (Callaeas cinerea wilsoni): Song at a Snail's Pace
LE Molles, JD Hudson, JR Waas
Ethology 112 (5), 424-436, 2006
212006
Factors affecting breeding success of the Flea Bay white-flippered penguin (Eudyptula minor albosignata) colony
WJ Allen, FW Helps, LE Molles
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 199-208, 2011
202011
Post‐translocation assortative pairing and social implications for the conservation of an endangered songbird
DW Bradley, LE Molles, JR Waas
Animal Conservation 17 (3), 197-203, 2014
182014
Breeding variation in female kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) on Codfish Island in a year of low food supply
J Whitehead, B Case, KJ Wilson, L Molles
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 64-74, 2012
182012
Local–foreign dialect discrimination and responses to mixed-dialect duets in the North Island kōkako
DW Bradley, LE Molles, JR Waas
Behavioral Ecology 24 (2), 570-578, 2013
162013
Conservation implications of song divergence between source and translocated populations of the N orth I sland K ōkako
SV Valderrama, LE Molles, JR Waas, H Slabbekoorn
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (4), 950-960, 2013
142013
Effects of population size on singing behavior of a rare duetting songbird
SV Valderrama, LE Molles, JR Waas
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 210-218, 2013
132013
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