• Disappearance of eggs from non-parasitized nests of brood parasite hosts – the evolutionary equilibrium hypothesis revisited 

      Stokke, Bård Gunnar; Røskaft, Eivin; Moksnes, Arne; Møller, Anders Pape; Antonov, Anton Tinchov; Fossøy, Frode; Liang, Wei; Lopez-Iborra, German; Moskát, Csaba; Shykoff, Jacqui A.; Soler, Manuel; Vikan, Johan Reinert; Yang, Canchao; Takasu, Fugo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The evolutionary equilibrium hypothesis was proposed to explain variation in egg rejection rates among individual hosts (intra- and interspecific) of avian brood parasites. Hosts may sometimes mistakenly reject own eggs ...
    • Diversity, Loss, and Gain of Malaria Parasites in a Globally Invasive Bird 

      Marzal, Alfonso; Ricklefs, Robert E.; Valkiunas, Gediminas; Albayrak, Tamer; Arriero, Elena; Bonneaud, Camille; Czirjak, Gabor A.; Ewen, John; Hellgren, Olof; Horakova, Dita; Iezhova, Tatjana A.; Jensen, Henrik; Krizanauskiene, Asta; Lima, Marcos R.; de Lope, Florentino; Magnussen, Eydfinn; Martin, Lynn B.; Møller, Anders P.; Palinauskas, Vaidas; Pap, Peter L.; Perez-Tris, Javier; Sehgal, Ravinder N. M.; Soler, Manuel; Szöllösi, Eszter; Westerdahl, Helena; Zetindjiev, Pavel; Bensch, Staffan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Invasive species can displace natives, and thus identifying the traits that make aliens successful is crucial for predicting and preventing biodiversity loss. Pathogens may play an important role in the invasive process, ...