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Ana BERMEJO and Javier DE LA PUENTE

Wintering and migration of Bluethroat Luscinia svecica in central Spain

Volume 51(2), 2004, 285-296. Research articles.

Reuven YOSEF, Piotr ZDUNIAK and Piotr TRYJANOWSKI

Age, sex and season related biometrics of the Dead Sea Sparrow Passer moabiticus

Volume 51(2), 2004, 297-302. Research articles.

Roger JOVANI, José Luis TELLA, Guillermo BLANCO and Marcelo BERTELLOTTI

Variable inter-annual relationships between T-cell mediated immunity and individual traits in White Storks

Volume 51(2), 2004, 357-364. Research articles.

Fränzi KORNER-NIEVERGELT, Félix LIECHTI and Bruno BRUDERER

How does age and body condition affect migratory restlessness and orientation in Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus?

Volume 49(1), 2002, 29-37. Research articles.

POTTI, J.

Sexual size dimorphism and sources of variation in the growth of wing feathers in nestling Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca

Volume 47(1), 2000, 37-47. Research articles.

POLO, V. and CARRASCAL, L.M.

Ptilochronology and fluctuating asymmetry in tail and wing feathers of Coal Tits Parus ater

Volume 46(2), 1999, 195-204. Research articles.

POLO, V. and CARRASCAL, L. M.

Relationship between body condition and feather growth in the Coal Tit (Parus ater) during winter

Volume 45(2), 1998, 201-211. Research articles.

POTTI, J. and MERINO, S.

Female mass losses are related to male age and body condition in the Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)

Volume 42(2), 1995, 173-181. Research articles.

JORDANO, P.

Diet variation among wintering frugivorous Robis, Erithacus rubecula: effects on body condition

Volume 36(2), 1989, 161-183. Research articles.

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