Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel

Hammers M, von Engelhardt N, Langmore NE, Komdeur J, Griffith SC, Magrath MJL (2009)
Animal Behaviour 78(3): 661-669.

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Hammers M, von Engelhardt N, Langmore NE, Komdeur J, Griffith SC, Magrath MJL. Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel. Animal Behaviour. 2009;78(3):661-669.
Hammers, M., von Engelhardt, N., Langmore, N. E., Komdeur, J., Griffith, S. C., & Magrath, M. J. L. (2009). Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel. Animal Behaviour, 78(3), 661-669. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2009.06.013
Hammers, M., von Engelhardt, N., Langmore, N. E., Komdeur, J., Griffith, S. C., and Magrath, M. J. L. (2009). Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel. Animal Behaviour 78, 661-669.
Hammers, M., et al., 2009. Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel. Animal Behaviour, 78(3), p 661-669.
M. Hammers, et al., “Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel”, Animal Behaviour, vol. 78, 2009, pp. 661-669.
Hammers, M., von Engelhardt, N., Langmore, N.E., Komdeur, J., Griffith, S.C., Magrath, M.J.L.: Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel. Animal Behaviour. 78, 661-669 (2009).
Hammers, M., von Engelhardt, Nikolaus, Langmore, N. E., Komdeur, J., Griffith, S. C., and Magrath, M. J. L. “Mate-guarding intensity increases with breeding synchrony in the colonial fairy martin, Petrochelidon ariel”. Animal Behaviour 78.3 (2009): 661-669.