Manuel Soler
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The 2nd: 4th digit ratio, sexual dimorphism, population differences, and reproductive success: evidence for sexually antagonistic genes?
JT Manning, L Barley, J Walton, DI Lewis-Jones, RL Trivers, D Singh, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 21 (3), 163-183, 2000
5442000
Trade-off between immunocompetence and growth in magpies: an experimental study
JJ Soler, L Neve, T Pérez–Contreras, M Soler, G Sorci
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
2542003
Nest building, sexual selection and parental investment
J Jose, AP MØLler, M Soler
Evolutionary Ecology 12 (4), 427-441, 1998
2011998
Duration of sympatry and coevolution between the great spotted cuckoo and its magpie host
M Soler, AP Møller
Nature 343 (6260), 748-750, 1990
1971990
Magpie host manipulation by great spotted cuckoos: evidence for an avian mafia?
M Soler, JJ Soler, JG Martinez, AP Moller
Evolution, 770-775, 1995
1661995
Breast asymmetry, sexual selection, and human reproductive success
AP Møller, M Soler, R Thornhill
Ethology and Sociobiology 16 (3), 207-219, 1995
1651995
Relationships between the great spotted cuckoo Clamator glandarius and its corvid hosts in a recently colonized area
M Soler
Ornis Scandinavica, 212-223, 1990
1621990
Diversity, loss, and gain of malaria parasites in a globally invasive bird
A Marzal, RE Ricklefs, G Valkiūnas, T Albayrak, E Arriero, C Bonneaud, ...
PloS one 6 (7), e21905, 2011
1502011
Long‐term coevolution between avian brood parasites and their hosts
M Soler
Biological Reviews 89 (3), 688-704, 2014
1452014
COMPARATIVE POPULATION STRUCTURE AND GENE FLOW OF A BROOD PARASITE, THE GREAT SPOTTED CUCKOO (CLAMATOR GLANDARIUS), AND ITS …
JG Martinez, JJ Soler, M Soler, AP Møller, T Burke
Evolution 53 (1), 269-278, 1999
1451999
Does the great spotted cuckoo choose magpie hosts according to their parenting ability?
JJ Soler, M Soler, AP Møller, JG Martínez
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36 (3), 201-206, 1995
1411995
The function of stone carrying in the black wheatear, Oenanthe leucura
J Moreno, M Soler, AP Møller, M Linden
Animal Behaviour 47 (6), 1297-1309, 1994
1321994
Brood-parasite interactions between great spotted cuckoos and magpies: a model system for studying coevolutionary relationships
J Soler, M Soler
Oecologia 125 (3), 309-320, 2000
1132000
Genetic and geographic variation in rejection behavior of cuckoo eggs by European magpie populations: an experimental test of rejecter‐gene flow
JJ Soler, JG Martinez, M Soler, AP Møller
Evolution 53 (3), 947-956, 1999
1071999
Nest size affects clutch size and the start of incubation in magpies: an experimental study
JJ Soler, L Neve, JG Martínez, M Soler
Behavioral Ecology 12 (3), 301-307, 2001
992001
Micro-evolutionary change and population dynamics of a brood parasite and its primary host: the intermittent arms race hypothesis
M Soler, JJ Soler, JG Martinez, T Pérez-Contreras, AP Møller
Oecologia 117 (3), 381-390, 1998
961998
The impact of researcher disturbance on nest predation rates: a meta‐analysis
JD IBÁÑEZ‐ÁLAMO, O Sanllorente, M Soler
Ibis 154 (1), 5-14, 2012
932012
Weight lifting and health status in the black wheatear
M Soler, M Martin-Vivaldi, JM Marin, AP Møller
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 281-286, 1999
921999
Predictors of resistance to brood parasitism within and among reed warbler populations
BG Stokke, I Hafstad, G Rudolfsen, A Moksnes, AP Møller, E Røskaft, ...
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 612-620, 2008
892008
Preferential allocation of food by magpies Pica pica to great spotted cuckoo Clamator glandarius chicks
M Soler, JG Martinez, JJ Soler, AP Møller
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37 (1), 7-13, 1995
891995
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