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  1. Consequences of hatching deviations for breeding success: a long-term study on blue tits Cyanistes caeruleus

    Glądalski, M., Mainwaring, M. C., Bańbura, M., Kaliński, A., Markowski, M., Skwarska, J., Wawrzyniak, J., Bańbura, J. & Hartley, I. R., 1/08/2020, In : The European Zoological Journal. 87, 1, p. 385-394 10 p.

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  2. Sex-specific patterns of minimal compensation of care during and after short term mate removal in biparental blue tits

    Mainwaring, M. C. & Hartley, I. R., 30/04/2020, In : Behavioural Processes. 173, 7 p., 104026.

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  3. Experimentally reduced nest-building costs result in higher provisioning rates but not increased offspring fitness in blue tits

    Mainwaring, M. C. & Hartley, I. R., 1/03/2016, In : Avian Biology Research. 9, 1, p. 52-57 6 p.

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  4. Latitudinal variation in blue tit and great tit nest characteristics indicates environmental adjustment

    Mainwaring, M. C., Hartley, I. R., Bearhop, S., Brulez, K., du Feu, C. R., Murphy, G., Plummer, K. E., Webber, S. L., Reynolds, S. J. & Deeming, D. C., 09/2012, In : Journal of Biogeography. 39, 9, p. 1669-1677 9 p.

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  5. Local temperature and not latitude determines the design of Blue Tit and Great Tit nests

    Deeming, D. C., Mainwaring, M. C., Hartley, I. R. & Reynolds, S. J., 2012, In : Avian Biology Research. 5, 4, p. 203-208 6 p.

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  6. Sexual dimorphism and growth trade-offs in Blue Tit Cyanistes caeruleus nestlings.

    Mainwaring, M. C., Dickens, M. & Hartley, I. R., 01/2011, In : Ibis. 153, 1, p. 175-179 5 p.

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  7. Experimental evidence for state-dependent nest weight in the blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus.

    Mainwaring, M. C. & Hartley, I. R., 2009, In : Behavioural Processes. 81, 1, p. 144-146 3 p.

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  8. Biparental care and offspring begging strategies : hungry nestling blue tits move towards the father.

    Dickens, M., Berridge, D. & Hartley, I. R., 01/2008, In : Animal Behaviour. 75, 1, p. 167-174 8 p.

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  9. Differences in parental food allocation rules : evidence for sexual conflict in the blue tit?

    Dickens, M. & Hartley, I. R., 07/2007, In : Behavioral Ecology. 18, 4, p. 674-679 6 p.

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