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Iván DE LA HERA, Guillermo FANDOS, Javier FERNÁNDEZ-LÓPEZ, Alejandro ONRUBIA, Antón PÉREZ-RODRÍGUEZ and Javier PÉREZ-TRIS and José Luis TELLERÍA

Stable isotope analysis reveals biases in the performance of a morphological method to distinguish the migratory behaviour of European Robins Erithacus rubecula

Volume 64.2, 2017, 377-386. Short communications.

Iván DE LA HERA, Philippe FONTANILLES, Lucas DELALANDE, Anouk GLAD and Tom SARRAUDE

Attraction of other species by Bluethroat Luscinia svecica song playback during autumn migration: an experimental test using bird-ringing data

Volume 64.1, 2017, 91-99. Short communications.

Iván DE LA HERA, Jordi GÓMEZ, Teresa ANDRÉS, Pablo GONZÁLEZ-OCIO, Pablo SALMÓN, Mikel SALVADOR, Azaitz UNANUE, Francisco ZUFIAUR and Alejandro ONRUBIA

Inferring the migratory status of woodland birds usisng ringing data: the case of a constant-effort site located in the Iberian highlands

Volume 61.1, 2014, 77-95. Research articles.

José Luis Tellería, Iván de la Hera and Javier Pérez-Tris

Morphological variation as a tool for monitoring bird populations: a review

Volume 60(2), 2013, 191-224. Reviews.

José Luis TELLERÍA, Iván DE LA HERA, Álvaro RAMÍREZ and Tomás SANTOS

Conservation opportunities in Spanish juniper Juniperus thurifera woodlands: the case of migratory thrushes Turdus spp.

Volume 58 (1), 2011, 57-70. Research articles.

Iván DE LA HERA, Anders HEDENSTRÖM, Javier PÉREZ-TRIS and José Luis TELLERÍA

Structural and mechanical differences between original and replaced feathers in blackcaps Sylvia Atricapilla

Volume 57(2), 2010, 431-436. Short communications.

IvÁn DE LA HERA, Javier PÉREZ-TRIS and José Luis TELLERÍA

Testing the validity of discriminant function analyses based on bird morphology: the case of migratory and sedentary blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla wintering in southern Iberia

Volume 54(1), 2007, 81-91. Research articles.

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