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  1. Phenotypic selection on an ornamental trait is not modulated by breeding density in a pied flycatcher population
  2. High frequency of social polygyny reveals little costs for females in a songbird
  3. Low Repeatability of Breeding Events Reflects Flexibility in Reproductive Timing in the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca in Spain
  4. Fluctuating selection driven by global and local climatic conditions leads to stasis in breeding time in a migratory bird
  5. Phenology-mediated effects of phenotype on the probability of social polygyny and its fitness consequences in a migratory passerine
  6. Three Decades of Crimes and Misdemeanours in the Nest Box Life of European Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca
  7. Selection on individuals of introduced species starts before the actual introduction
  8. Connecting the data landscape of long‐term ecological studies: The SPI‐Birds data hub
  9. Socio-ecological factors shape the opportunity for polygyny in a migratory songbird
  10. Variation in parasitoidism of Protocalliphora azurea (Diptera: Calliphoridae) by Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) in Spain
  11. Adaptive plumage wear for increased crypsis in the plumage of Palearctic larks (Alaudidae)
  12. Vitamin E Supplementation—But Not Induced Oxidative Stress—Influences Telomere Dynamics During Early Development in Wild Passerines
  13. Long-term dynamics of phenotype-dependent dispersal within a wild bird population
  14. Non-foraging tool use in European Honey-buzzards: An experimental test
  15. Long-term occupancy of nest boxes as a measure of territory quality for Pied Flycatchers
  16. Phenological sensitivity to climate change is higher in resident than in migrant bird populations among European cavity breeders
  17. Plumage colour predicts dispersal propensity in male pied flycatchers
  18. Lifelong effects of trapping experience lead to age-biased sampling: lessons from a wild bird population
  19. Vertical transmission in feather mites: insights into its adaptive value
  20. Nightjars, rabbits, and foxes interact on unpaved roads: spatial use of a secondary prey in a shared-predator system
  21. Natal habitat imprinting counteracts the diversifying effects of phenotype-dependent dispersal in a spatially structured population
  22. Nest‐dwelling ectoparasites reduce begging effort in Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca nestlings
  23. Morphological and sexual traits in Atlas and Iberian Pied FlycatchersFicedula hypoleuca speculigeraandF. h. iberiae: a comparison
  24. The road to opportunities: landscape change promotes body-size divergence in a highly mobile species
  25. Solutions for Archiving Data in Long-Term Studies: A Reply to Whitlock et al.
  26. Pied flycatcher nestlings incur immunological but not growth begging costs
  27. Testing the matching habitat choice hypothesis in nature: phenotype-environment correlation and fitness in a songbird population
  28. Archiving Primary Data: Solutions for Long-Term Studies
  29. The empty temporal niche: breeding phenology differs between coexisting native and invasive birds
  30. Sympatric divergence and clinal variation in multiple coloration traits ofFicedulaflycatchers
  31. Fecundity selection does not vary along a large geographical cline of trait means in a passerine bird
  32. Exploring Heterozygosity-Survival Correlations in a Wild Songbird Population: Contrasting Effects between Juvenile and Adult Stages
  33. Human-Induced Changes in Landscape Configuration Influence Individual Movement Routines: Lessons from a Versatile, Highly Mobile Species
  34. Ontogenetic variation in the plumage colour of female European Pied FlycatchersFicedula hypoleuca
  35. Nonrandom dispersal drives phenotypic divergence within a bird population
  36. Ritual Behavior of a European Honey-buzzard (Pernis apivorus): Regular Arrangement and Replacement of Greenery
  37. Lifetime fitness and age-related female ornament signalling: evidence for survival and fecundity selection in the pied flycatcher
  38. Corticosterone, Avoidance of Novelty, Risk-Taking and Aggression in a Wild Bird: No Evidence for Pleiotropic Effects
  39. Don’t neglect pre-establishment individual selection in deliberate introductions
  40. Multiple mating opportunities boost protandry in a pied flycatcher population
  41. Distribution of Azure-Winged MagpiesCyanopica cookiin Spain: Both Local and Large-Scale Factors Considered
  42. Male phenotype predicts extra-pair paternity in pied flycatchers
  43. Heritability and genetic correlation between the sexes in a songbird sexual ornament
  44. Towards the simplification of MHC typing protocols: targeting classical MHC class II genes in a passerine, the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca
  45. Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation and plumage colour variation are different in the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
  46. Advanced breeding dates in relation to recent climate warming in a Mediterranean montane population of Blue Tits Cyanistes caeruleus
  47. Some male Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca in Iberia become collared with age
  48. Blowfly Infestation at the Nestling Stage Affects Egg Size in the Pied FlycatcherFicedula hypoleuca
  49. Temperature during egg formation and the effect of climate warming on egg size in a small songbird
  50. Male colour variation in Spanish Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca
  51. Variation in the hematocrit of a passerine bird across life stages is mainly of environmental origin
  52. Nest size and hatchling sex ratio in chinstrap penguins
  53. Climate change and fitness components of a migratory bird breeding in the Mediterranean region
  54. Bacteria divert resources from growth for magellanic penguin chicks
  55. Feather mites on birds: costs of parasitism or conditional outcomes?
  56. Nest-maintenance effort and health status in chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica : the functional significance of stone-provisioning behaviour
  57. Maternal energy expenditure does not change with flight costs or food availability in the pied flycatcher ( Ficedula hypoleuca ): costs and benefits for nestlings
  58. Environmental and genetic variation in the haematocrit of fledgling pied flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca
  59. Maternal Effects and the Pervasive Impact of Nestling History on Egg Size in a Passerine Bird
  60. Arrival Time from Spring Migration in Male Pied Flycatchers: Individual Consistency and Familial Resemblance
  61. Variation in the onset of incubation in the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca): fitness consequences and constraints
  62. Growth, nutrition, and blow fly parasitism in nestling Pied Flycatchers
  63. Breeding group size, nest position and breeding success in the chinstrap penguin
  64. Parental Energy Expenditure and Offspring Size in the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca
  65. Feather Mites on Group-Living Red-Billed Choughs: A Non-Parasitic Interaction?
  66. Blood Parasites of Passerine Birds from Central Spain
  67. The Effects of Hatching Date and Parental Quality on Chick Growth and Creching Age in the Chinstrap Penguin (Pygoscelis antarctica): A Field Experiment
  68. Weather dependent effects of nest ectoparasites on their bird hosts
  69. Causes of Hatching Failure in the Pied Flycatcher
  70. High Prevalence of Hematozoa in Nestlings of a Passerine Species, the Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
  71. Louse Loads of Pied Flycatchers: Effects of Host's Sex, Age, Condition and Relatedness
  72. Pied Flycatchers Prefer to Nest in Clean Nest Boxes in an Area with Detrimental Nest Ectoparasites
  73. Mites and Blowflies Decrease Growth and Survival in Nestling Pied Flycatchers
  74. Heritability estimates and maternal effects on tarsus length in pied flycatchers, Ficedula hypoleuca
  75. Environmental, ontogenetic, and genetic variation in egg size of Pied Flycatchers
  76. A male trait expressed in female pied flycatchers, Ficedula hypoleuca: the white forehead patch
  77. Polygyny in Spanish Pied FlycatchersFicedula hypoleuca
  78. Breeding Dispersal in Spanish Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca
  79. Male Arrival and Female Mate Choice in Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca in Central Spain
  80. Spatio-temporal organization of the bird communities in two Mediterranean montane forests