Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test

Vedder O, Korsten P, Magrath MJL, Komdeur J (2008)
Behavioral Ecology 19(2): 410-416.

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Vedder, O.; Korsten, PeterUniBi ; Magrath, M. J. L.; Komdeur, J.
Erscheinungsjahr
2008
Zeitschriftentitel
Behavioral Ecology
Band
19
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
410-416
ISSN
1045-2249, 1465-7279
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2901930

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Vedder O, Korsten P, Magrath MJL, Komdeur J. Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test. Behavioral Ecology. 2008;19(2):410-416.
Vedder, O., Korsten, P., Magrath, M. J. L., & Komdeur, J. (2008). Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test. Behavioral Ecology, 19(2), 410-416. doi:10.1093/beheco/arm146
Vedder, O., Korsten, P., Magrath, M. J. L., and Komdeur, J. (2008). Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test. Behavioral Ecology 19, 410-416.
Vedder, O., et al., 2008. Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test. Behavioral Ecology, 19(2), p 410-416.
O. Vedder, et al., “Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test”, Behavioral Ecology, vol. 19, 2008, pp. 410-416.
Vedder, O., Korsten, P., Magrath, M.J.L., Komdeur, J.: Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test. Behavioral Ecology. 19, 410-416 (2008).
Vedder, O., Korsten, Peter, Magrath, M. J. L., and Komdeur, J. “Ultraviolet plumage does not signal social status in free-living blue tits; an experimental test”. Behavioral Ecology 19.2 (2008): 410-416.

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