Publikace

Uvádíme pouze publikace vedené na Web of Science (tedy publikace v kvalitních odborných časopisech s IF).

  • 2018

    Altmanová, M., Rovatsos, M., Johnson – Pokorná, M., Veselý, M., Wagner, F., Kratochvíl, L., 2018.  All iguana families with the exception of basilisks share sex chromosomes. Zoology 126: 98-102.

    Briedis M., Hahn S., Krist, M. & Adamík, P. 2018: Finish with a sprint: Evidence for time‐selected last leg of migration in a long‐distance migratory songbird. Ecology and Evolution 8: 6899–6908.

    Briedis M., Krist, M., Král M., Voigt C. C. & Adamík P. 2018: Linking events throughout the annual cycle in a migratory bird—non-breeding period buffers accumulation of carry-over effects. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 93.

    Canniff L., Dainson M., López A. V., Hauber M. E., Grim T., Samaš P. & Hanley D. 2018: Probing the limits of egg recognition using egg rejection experiments along phenotypic gradients. Journal of Visualized Experiments xxx (doi: xxx)

    Jablonski, D., Gvoždík, V., Choleva, L., Jandzik, D., Moravec, J., Mačát, Z. & Veselý, M., 2018. Tracing the maternal origin of the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) on the northern range margin in Central Europe. Mitochondrion xx: xx-xx.

    Růžičková J. & Veselý M., 2018. Movement activity and habitat use of Carabus ullrichii (Coleoptera: Carabidae): The forest edge as a mating site? Entomological Science 21 (1): 76-83.

    Trnka A., Samaš P. & Grim T. 2018: Stability of a behavioural syndrome vs. plasticity in individual behaviours over the breeding cycle: ultimate and proximate explanations. Behavioural Processes 153(8): 100–106.

    Tyller Z., Kysučan M. & Grim T. 2018: Postfledging behavior of the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) attended by the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs): a comprehensive approach to study the least known stage of brood parasite–host coevolution. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(2):536–542. Supplementary material video 

     

  • 2017

    Briedis M., Hahn S. & Adamík P. 2017: Cold spell en route delays spring arrival and decreases apparent survival in a long-distance migratory songbird. BMC Ecology 17: 11.

    Dainson M., Hauber M. E., López A. V., Grim T. & Hanley D. 2017: Does contrast between eggshell ground and spot coloration affect egg rejection? The Science of Nature 104(7-8): 54.

    Edme, A., Zobač, P., Opatová, P., Šplíchalová, P., Munclinger, P., Albrecht, T. & Krist, M. (2017) Do ornaments, arrival date, and sperm size influence mating and paternity success in the collared flycatcher? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, DOI 10.1007/s00265-016-2242-8.

    Friedman, N. R., L. Harmáčková, E.P. Economo, and V. Remeš. 2017. Smaller beaks for colder winters: Thermoregulation drives beak size evolution in Australasian songbirds. Evolution 71:2120-2129.

    Friedman N. R., &  Remeš V. 2017: Ecogeographical gradients in plumage coloration among Australasian songbird clades. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26:261-274.

    Grim T. 2017: Chick discrimination versus adaptive parasitic egg acceptance: the egg dilution effect hypothesis revisited. Ornithological Science 16(2): 163–170.

    Grim T., Tyller Z. & Samaš P. 2017: Unusual diet of brood parasite nestlings and its fitness consequences. Auk 134(3): 732–750. Supplemental Material Videos.   Video S1 Video S2Video S3Video S4

    Hanley D.
    Grim T., Igic B., Samaš P., López A. V., Shawkey M. D. & Hauber M. E. 2017: Egg discrimination along a gradient of natural variation in eggshell coloration. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 284(1848): 20162592.   Dryad data set

    Harmáčková, L., and V. Remeš. 2017. The evolution of clutch size in Australian songbirds in relation to climate, predation, and nestling development. Emu-Austral Ornithology 117:333-343.

    Holcová Gazárková A., Kryštufek B. & Adamík P. 2017: Anomalous coat colour in the fat dormouse (Glis glis): a review with new records.Mammalia 81(6): 595-600.

    Igic B., Hauber M. E., Moskát C., Grim T., Shawkey M. D., Procházka P. & Honza 2017: Brood parasite and host eggshells undergo similar levels of decalcification during embryonic development. Journal of Zoology 301(3): 165–173.

    Kolářová E., Matiu M., Menzel A., Nekovář J., Lumpe P. & Adamík P. 2017. Changes in spring arrival dates and temperature sensitivity of migratory birds over two centuries. International Journal of Biometeorology 61: 1279-1289.

    Korňan, M. & Adamík, P. 2017: Tree species preferences of foraging insectivorous birds in a primeval mountain mixed forest: implications for management. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 32: 671-678.

    Lichtenberg, E., M., Kennedy, C., M., Kremen, C., et al., 2017. A global synthesis of the effects of diversified farming systems on arthropod diversity within fields and across agricultural landscapes. Global Change Biology 23 (11): 4946-4957.

    Manna T., Cooper C., Baylis S., Shawkey M. D., Waterhouse G. I. N., Grim T. & Hauber M. E. 2017: Does the house sparrow Passer domesticusrepresent a global model species for egg rejection behavior? Journal of Avian Biology 48(3): 346–352. Dryad data set.

    Matysioková B., Friedman N., Turčoková L, & Remeš V. 2017. The evolution of feather coloration and song in Old World orioles (genus Oriolus).Journal of Avian Biology 48:1015-1024.

    Matysioková, B., V. Remeš, and A. Cockburn. 2017. Broad-scale variation in sexual dichromatism in songbirds is not explained by sex differences in exposure to predators during incubation. Journal of Avian Biology 48:1322-1330.

    Mouton A., Mortelliti A., Grill A., Sara M., Kryštufek B., Juškaitis R., Latinne A., Amori G., Randi E., Büchner S., Schulz B., Ehlers S., Lang J., Adamík P., Verbeylen G., Dorenbosch M., Trout R., Elmeros M., Aloise G., Mazzoti S., Matur F., Poitevin F. & Michaux J.R. 2017. Evolutionary history and species delimitations: a case study of the hazel dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius. Conservation Genetics 18: 181-196.

    Samaš P., Heryán J. & Grim T. 2017: Corrigendum Samaš et al. 2013: Sylvia 49: 21–38. Sylvia 53: 92. (in Czech and English)

    Samia D., Blumstein D. T., Diaz M., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Tätte K., Markó G., Tryjanowski P. & Møller A. P. 2017: Rural-urban differences in escape behavior of European birds across a latitudinal gradient. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  5: 66.

    Stádník L., Bezdíček J., Makarevich A., Kubovičová E., Louda F., Fellnerová I., Hegedüšová Z., Holásek R. 2017: Ovarian activity and embryo yield in relation to the postpartum period in superovulated dairy cows. Acta Vet Brno 86: 51–57.

  • 2016

    Adamík P., Emmenegger T., Briedis M., Gustafsson L., Henshaw I., Krist M., Laaksonen T., Liechti F., Procházka P., Salewski V. & Hahn S. 2016: Barrier crossing in small avian migrants: individual tracking reveals prolonged nocturnal flights into the day as a common migratory strategy.Scientific Reports 6: 21560.

    Batista, A., Köhler, G., Mebert, K., Hertz, A., Veselý, M., 2016. An integrative approach to reveal speciation and species richness in the genus Diasporus (Amphibia: Anura: Eleutherodactylidae) in eastern Panama. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 178 (10): 267–311.

    Briedis M.Beran V., Hahn S. & Adamík P. 2016: Annual cycle and migration strategies of a habitat specialist, the Tawny Pipit Anthus campestris, revealed by geolocators. Journal of Ornithology 157: 619-626.

    Briedis, M., Hahn, S., Gustafsson, L., Henshaw, I., Träff, J., Král, M. & Adamík, P. 2016: Breeding latitude leads to different temporal but not spatial organization of the annual cycle in a long-distance migrant. Journal of Avian Biology 47:743-748.

    Briedis M., Träff J., Hahn S., Ilieva M., Král M., Peev S. & Adamík P. 2016: Year-round spatiotemporal distribution of the enigmatic Semi-collared Flycatcher Ficedula semitorquataJournal of Ornithology 157: 895-900.

    Briedis, M.
     & Keišs, O. 2016: Extracting historical population trends using archival ringing data—an example: the globally threatened Aquatic Warbler. Journal of Ornithology 157: 419-425.

    Edme, A., Munclinger, P. & Krist, M. (2016) Female collared flycatchers choose neighbouring and older extra-pair partners from the pool of males around their nests. Journal of Avian Biology, 47, 552-562.

    Friedman, N. R.& Remeš V. 2016: Global geographic patterns of sexual size dimorphism in birds: support for a latitudinal trend? Ecography 39:17-25.

    Grim T. 2016: Are cavity nesters really unsuitable hosts for the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus)? An experiment with the blue tit (Cyanistescaeruleus) and collared flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis) Sylvia 52(1): 53–66. (in Czech, summary in English)

    Grim T. & Samaš P. 2016: Growth performance of nestling cuckoos Cuculus canorus in cavity nesting hosts. Acta Ornithologica 51(2): 175–188. (with cover)

    Harničarová K. & Adamík P. 2016. Mammal hair in nests of four cavity-nesting songbirds: occurrence, diversity and seasonality. Bird Study 63:181-186.

    Hanley D., Šulc M., Brennan P. L. R., Hauber M. E., Grim T. & Honza M. 2016: Dynamic egg color mimicry. Ecology and Evolution 6(12): 4192–4202.

    Holcová Gazárková A. & Adamík P. 2016. Timing of breeding and second litters in edible dormouse (Glis glis). Folia Zoologica 65: 165-168.

    Laine, V. N., Gossmann, T. I., Schachtschneider, K. M., Garroway, C. J., Madsen, O., Verhoeven, K. J. F., de Jager, V., Megens, H. J., Warren, W. C., Minx, P., Crooijmans, R. P. M. A., Corcoran, P., Sheldon, B. C., Slate, J., Zeng, K., van Oers, K.,  Visser, M. E.,  Groenen M. A. M. & Great Tit HapMap consortium (28 authors, including M. Krist). (2016) Evolutionary signals of selection on cognition from the great tit genome and methylome. Nature Communications, 7, 10474.

    Liang W., Møller A. P., Stokke B. G., Yang C., Kovařík P., Wang H., Yao C.-T., Ding P., Lu X., Moksnes A., Røskaft E. & Grim T. 2016: Geographic variation in egg ejection rate by great tits across 2 continents. Behavioral Ecology27(5): 1405–1412Supplementary material.

    Li D., Zhang Z., Grim T., Liang W. & Stokke B. G. 2016: Explaining variation in brood parasitism rates between potential host species with similar habitat requirements. Evolutionary Ecology 30(5): 905–923Supplementary materials.

    Lomas Vega M., Willemoes M., Thomson R. L., Tolvanen J., Rutila J., Samaš P., Strandberg R., Grim T., Fossøy F., Stokke B. G. & Thorup K. 2016: First-time migration in juvenile common cuckoos documented by satellite tracking. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0168940.

    Nyklová-Ondrová M., Pojer F., Lacina D., Vermouzek Z., Kaminiecká B., Čejka J., Chvapil S., Macháček P., Makoň K., Molitor P., Prášek V., Vlašín M., Vlček J., Vrána J., Toman A. & Zaňát J. 2016: Results of the 7th international White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) census in the Czech Republic in 2014 – long term trends in abundance, nest placement and reproductive success. Sylvia 52.

    Peev S., Zehtindjiev P., Ilieva M., Träff J., Briedis M. Adamík P. 2016. Haemosporidian blood parasite diversity and prevalence in the semi-collared flycatcher (Ficedula semitorquata) from the eastern Balkans. Parasitology International 65: 613-617.

    Remeš V. & Matysioková B. 2016: Survival to independence in relation to pre-fledging development and latitude in songbirds across the globe. Journal of Avian Biology 47:610-618.

    Růžičková, J., Veselý, M., 2016. Using radio telemetry to track ground beetles: Movement of Carabus ullrichii. Biologia 71 (8): 924-930.

    Samaš P., Rutila J. & Grim T. 2016: The common redstart as a suitable model to study cuckoo-host coevolution in a unique ecological context. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16: 255.

    Yenmis, M., Ayaz, D., Sherbrooke, W.C.,  Vesely, M. 2016. A comparative behavioural and structural study of rain-harvesting and non-rain-harvesting agamid lizards of Anatolia (Turkey). Zoomorphology 135 (1): 137-148.

    Zolnierowicz K. M., Ondrová-Nyklová M. & Tobolka M. 2016: Sex differences in preening behaviour in the White Stork Ciconia ciconiaPolishJournal of Ecology 64: 406–410.

  • 2015

    Batista, A., Ponce, M., Veselý, M.,  Mebert, K., Hertz, A., Köhler, G., Carrizo, A., Lotzkat, S., 2015. Revision of the genus Lepidoblepharis (Reptilia: Squamata: Sphaerodactylidae) in Central America, with the description of three new species. Zootaxa 3994 (2): 187-221.

    Batista, A., Veselý, M.,  Mebert, K., Lotzkat, S., Köhler, G., 2015. A new species of Dactyloa from eastern Panama, with comments on other Dactyloa species present in the region. Zootaxa 4039 (1): 057-084.

    Díaz M., Cuervo J. J., Grim T., Flensted-Jensen E., Ibáñez-Álamo J., Jokimäki J., Markó G., Tryjanowski P. & Møller A. P. 2015: Interactive effects of fearfulness and geographical location on the population trends of breeding birds.  Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 716–721. Supplementary material.

    Dinets V., Samaš P., Croston R., Grim T. & Hauber M. E. 2015: Predicting the responses of native birds to trans-oceanic invasions by avian brood parasites. Journal of Field Ornithology 86(3): 244–251.

    Fecheyr-Lippens D. C., Igic B., D'Alba L., Hanley D., Verdes A., Holford M., Waterhouse G. I. N., Grim T., Hauber M. E. & Shawkey M. D. 2015: The cuticle modulates ultraviolet reflectance of avian eggshells. Biology Open 4(7): 753–759.

    Friedman N. R. & Remeš V. 2015: Rapid evolution of elaborate male coloration is driven by visual system in Australian fairy-wrens (Maluridae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28:2125-2135.

    Gába, A., Kapuš, O., Cuberek, R. & Botek, M. (2015). Comparison of multi- and single-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessment of body composition in post-menopausal women: effects of body mass index and accelerometer-determined physical activity. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 28: 390-400.

    Hanley D., Grim T., Cassey P. & Hauber M. E. 2015: Not so colourful after all: eggshell pigments constrain avian eggshell colour space. Biology Letters 11(6): 20150087.

    Hanley D.Samaš P., Hauber M. E. & Grim T. 2015: Who moved my eggs? An experimental test of the clutch arrangement hypothesis for the rejection of brood parasitic eggs. Animal Cognition 18(1): 299–305.

    Hanley D., Samaš P., Heryán J., Hauber M. E. & Grim T. 2015: Now you see it, now you don't: flushing hosts prior to experimentation can predict their responses to brood parasitism. Scientific Reports 5: 9060.

    Hauber M. E., Tong L., Bán M., Croston R., Grim T., Waterhouse G. I. N., Shawkey M. D. & Moskát C. 2014: The value of artificial stimuli in behavioral ecology research: making the case for egg rejection studies in avian brood parasitism. Ethology 121(6): 521–528.

    Igic B., Fecheyr-Lippens D., Xiao M., Chan A., Hanley D., Brennan P. R. L., Grim T., Waterhouse G. I. N., Hauber M. E. & Shawkey M. D. 2015: A nanostructural basis for gloss of avian eggshells. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12(103): 20141210. Supplementary material.

    Igic B., Zarate E., Sewell M. A., Moskát C., Cassey P., Rutila J., Grim T., Shawkey M. D. & Hauber M. E. 2015: A comparison of egg yolk lipid constituents between parasitic common cuckoos and their hosts. Auk 132(4): 817–825.

    Kolářová E
    . & Adamík P. (2015) Bird arrival dates in Central Europe based on one of the earliest phenological records. Climate Research 63: 91-98.

    Koleček J
    ., Reif J. & Weidinger K. 2015: The abundance of a farmland specialist bird, the skylark, in three European regions with contrasting agricultural management. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 212: 30–37.

    Krist, M., Janča, M., Edme, A. & Dzuro, R. (2015) Are prenatal maternal resources more important in competitive than in benign postnatal environments? Auk, 132, 577-583.

    Krist, M. & Munclinger, P. (2015) Context dependence of maternal effects: testing assumptions of optimal egg size, differential, and sex allocation models. Ecology, 96, 2726-2736.

    Laaksonen T., Sirkiä P. M., Calhim S., Brommer J. E., Leskinen P. K., Primmer C. R., Adamík P., Artemyev A. V., Belskii E., Both C., Bureš S., Burgess M. D., Doligez B., Forsman J. T., Grinkov V., Hoffmann U., Ivankina E., Král M., Krams I., Lampe H. M., Moreno J., Mägi M., Nord A., Potti J., Ravussin P.-A. & Sokolov L. 2015: Sympatric divergence and clinal variation in multiple coloration traits of Ficedula flycatchers. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 779–790.

    Liker A., Freckleton R. P., Remeš V. & Székely T. 2015: Sex differences in parental care: Gametic investment, sexual selection, and social environment. Evolution 69:2862-2875.

    Lislevand T., Chutný B., Byrkjedal I., Pavel V., Briedis M., Adamík P. & Hahn S. 2015: Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica migrate along the Indo-European flyway: a geolocator study. Bird Study 62(4): 508–515.

    Møller A. P., Díaz M., Flensted-Jensen E., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Mänd R., Markó G. & Tryjanowski P. 2015: Urbanized birds have superior establishment success in novel environments. Oecologia 178(3): 943–950. Supplementary material.

    Møller A. P., Díaz M., Grim T., Dvorská A., Flensted-Jensen E., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Mänd R., Markó G., Szymański P. & Tryjanowski P. 2015: Effects of urbanization on bird phenology: a continental study of paired urban and rural populations. Climate Research 66(3): 185–199.

    Nováková, M., Bulková, A., Costa, F. B., Krištín, A., Krist, M., Krause, F., Líznarová, E., Labruna, M. B.  & Literák, I. (2015) Molecular characterization of 'Candidatus Rickettsia vini' in Ixodes arboricola from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 6, 330-333.

    Remeš V.,  Freckleton R. P., Tokolyi J., Liker A., & Székely T. 2015: The evolution of parental cooperation in birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 112:13603-13608.

    Sirkiä P.M., Adamík P., Artemyev A.V., Belskii E., Both C., Bureš S., Burgess M., Bushuev A.V., Forsman J.T., Grinkov V., et al. 2015: Fecundity selection does not vary along a large geographical cline of trait means in a passerine bird. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114(4): 808–827.

    Thomas D. B., Hauber M. E., Hanley D., Waterhouse G. I. N., Fraser S. & Gordon K. C. 2015: Analysing avian eggshell pigments with Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 2670–2674.

    Trnka A., Trnka M. & Grim T. 2015: Do rufous common cuckoo females indeed mimic a predator? An experimental test. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116(1): 134–143.

    Verdes A., Cho W., Hossain M., Brennan P. L. R., Hanley D., Grim T., Hauber M. E. & Holford M. 2015: Nature’s palette: characterization of shared pigments in colorful avian and mollusk shells. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0143545.

  • 2014

    Baalbergen E., Helwerda R., Schelfhorst R., Castillo Cajas R. F., van Moorsel C. H. M., Kundrata R., Welter-Schultes F. W., Giokas S. & Schilthuizen M. 2014: Predator-prey interactions between shell-boring beetle larvae and rock-dwelling land snails. PLoS ONE 9: e100366.

    Batista, A., Hertz, A., Mebert, K., Köhler, G., Lotzkat, S., Ponce, M., Veselý, M., 2014.

    Two new fringe-limbed frogs of the genus Ecnomiohyla (Anura: Hylidae) from Panama Zootaxa 3826 (3): 449–474.

    Batista, A., Hertz, A., Köhler, G., Mebert, K.,Veselý, M., 2014. Morphological variation and phylogeography of frogs related to Pristimantis caryophyllaceus (Anura: Terrarana: Craugastoridae) in Panama. Salamandra 50 (3): 155-171.

    Calhim S., Adamík P., Järvistö P., Leskinen P., Török J., Wakamatsu K. & Laaksonen T. 2014: Heterospecific female mimicry in Ficedula flycatchers.Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(3): 660–666.

    Grim T., Samaš P. & Hauber, M. E. 2014: The repeatability of avian egg ejection behaviors across different temporal scales, breeding stages, female ages and experiences.Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68(5): 749-759Suplementary material.

    Grim T., Samaš P., Procházka P. & Rutila J. 2014: Are tits really unsuitable hosts for the common cuckoo? Ornis Fennica 91: 00-00.

    Hauber M. E., Samaš P., Anderson M. G., Rutila J., Low J., Cassey P. & Grim T. 2014: Life-history theory predicts host behavioural responses to experimental brood parasitism. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26(4): 349–364.

    Kapuš, O., Gába, A., Svoboda, Z. & Botek, M. (2014). Relationship between body composition and bone mineral density of the lumbar spine and proximal femur: influence of years since menopause, Modern Rheumatology, 24(3), 505­–510.

    Kolářová E., Nekovář J. & Adamík, P. 2014: Long-term temporal changes in central European tree phenology (1946–2010) confirm the recent extension of growing seasons. International Journal of Biometeorology 58:1739–1748.

    Kundrata, R., Bocakova, M. & Bocak, L. 2014: The comprehensive phylogeny of the superfamily Elateroidea (Coleoptera: Elateriformia). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 76: 162–171.

    Kundrata, R., Kobieluszova, L. & Bocak, L. 2014: A review of Drilini (Coleoptera: Elateridae: Agrypninae) of the Northern Levant, with description of a new species from Syria and a key to Levantine species. Zootaxa 3755: 457–469.

    Matrková, J., and Remeš V.  2014. Vitamin E improves growth of Collared Flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis) young: a supplementation experiment. Journal of Avian Biology 45:475-483.

    Matysioková, B., and Remeš V. 2014. The importance of having a partner: male help releases females from time limitation during incubation in birds. Frontiers in Zoology 11:24.

    Møller, A. P., et al. (incl. V. Remeš ). 2014. Clutch-size variation in Western Palaearctic secondary hole-nesting passerine birds in relation to nest box design. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:353-362.

    Møller, A. P., et al. (incl. V. Remeš ). 2014. Variation in clutch size in relation to nest size in birds. Ecology and Evolution 4:3583-3595.

    Portugal S. J., Hauber M. E., Maurer G., Stokke B. G., Grim T. & Cassey P. 2014: Early hatching of an avian brood parasite’s embryo cannot be explained by enhanced gaseous exchange across the eggshell. Journal of Zoology 293(4): 219–226.

    Portugal S. J., Maurer G., Thomas G., Hauber M. E., Grim T. & Cassey P. 2014: Nesting behaviour influences species-specific gas exchange across avian eggshells. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(18): 33263332.

    Samaš P., Hauber M. E., Cassey P. & Grim T. 2014: Host responses to interspecific brood parasitism: a by-product of adaptations to conspecific parasitism? Frontiers in Zoology 11(5): 34.  Supplementary material.

    Samaš P., Hauber M. E., Cassey P. & Grim T. 2014: The evolutionary causes of egg rejection in European thrushes (Turdus spp.): a reply to M. Soler. Frontiers in Zoology 11(10): 72.

    Trnka A. & Grim T. 2014: Dynamic risk assessment: does a nearby breeding nest predator affect nest defence of its potential victim? Journal of Ethology 32(2): 103–110.

    Trnka A. & Grim T. 2014: Testing for correlations between behaviours in a cuckoo host: why do host defences not covary? Animal Behaviour 92(6): 185-193.

    Vaicenbacher L.
    Grim T. & Greeney H. F. 2014: The nest and eggs of the black-throated flowerpiercer Diglossa brunneiventrisCotinga 36: 56-57.

  • 2013

    Böhm, M., Collen, B., Baillie, J.E.M., Bowles, P., et al., (2013). The conservation status of the world's reptiles. Biological Conservation 157, 372–385.

    Bowers, E. K., Munclinger, P., Bureš, S., Kučerová, L., Nádvorník, P. & Krist, M. (2013) Cross-fostering eggs reveals that female collared flycatchers adjust clutch sex ratios according to parental ability to invest in offspring. Molecular Ecology, 22, 215-228.

    Díaz M., Møller A. P., Flensted-Jensen E., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Markó G. & Tryjanowski P. 2013: The geography of fear: A latitudinal gradient in anti-predator escape distances of birds across Europe. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64634.

    Grim T. 2013: Mimicry, signalling, and coevolution. (Invited commentary) Ethology 119(4): 270–277.

    Hanley D., Caswell Stoddard M., Casseye P. & Brennanf P. L. R. 2013: Eggshell conspicuousness in ground nesting birds: do conspicuous eggshells signal nest location to conspecifics? Avian Biology Research 6(2): 147–156.

    Hanley D. 2013: Eggshell conspicuousness is related to paternal brood patch vascularisation in the American thrashers. Avian Biology Research 6(2): 163–177.

    Hanley D., Miller N. G., Tyler Flockhart D. T. & Norris D. R. 2013: Forewing pigmentation predicts migration distance in wild-caught migratory monarch butterflies. Behavioral Ecology 24(5): 1108–1113.

    Hušek, J., Adamík, P., Albrecht, T., Cepák, J., Kania, W., Mikolášková, E., Tkadlec, E. & Stenseth, N.C. 2013. Cyclicity and variability in prey dynamics strengthens predator numerical responses: the effects of vole fluctuations on white stork productivity. Population Ecology 55: 363-375.

    Korňan M., Holmes R. T., Recher H. F., Adamík P. & Kropil R. 2013: Convergence in foraging guild structure of forest breeding bird assemblages across three continents is related to habitat structure and foraging opportunities. Community Ecology 14(1): 89-100.

    Kukalová M.Gazárková A. & Adamík P. 2013: Should I stay or should I go? The influence of handling by researchers on den use in an arboreal nocturnal rodent. Ethology 119(10): 848–859.

    Kundrata, R., Bocakova, M. & Bocak, L. 2013: The phylogenetic position of Artematopodidae (Coleoptera: Elateroidea), with description of the first two Eurypogon species from China. Contributions to Zoology, 82: 199–208.

    Martin R. R., Naftel J. S., Doucet M. S., Hanley D & Weisnere G. Ch. 2013: Synchrotron radiation analysis in the study of pollution in the ring-billed gull (Larus delawarensis): a novel application of the technique. X-Ray Spectrometry.

    Matysioková, B. and Remeš V. 2013. Faithful females receive more help: the extent of male parental care during incubation in relation to extra-pair paternity in songbirds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:155-162.

    Møller A. P., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Markó G. & Tryjanowski P. 2013: Change in flight initiation distance between urban and rural habitats following a cold winter. Behavioral Ecology 24(5): 1211–1217.

    Ondrušová K. & Adamík P. 2013: Characterizing the mammalian hair present in Great Tit (Parus major) nests. Bird Study 60(3): 428-431.

    Polačiková L., Takasu F., Stokke B. G., Moksnes A., Røskaft E., Cassey P., Hauber M. E. & Grim T. 2013: Egg arrangement in avian clutches covaries with the rejection of foreign eggs. Animal Cognition 16:819–828.

    Remeš, V. and B. Matysioková. 2013. More ornamented females produce higher-quality offspring in a socially monogamous bird: an experimental study in the great tit (Parus major). Frontiers in Zoology 10:14.

    Samaš P.Grim T., Hauber M. E., Cassey P., Weidinger K. & Evans K. L. 2013: Ecological predictors of reduced avian reproductive investment in the southern hemisphere. Ecography 36: 809–818.

    Samaš P., Heryán J. & Grim T. 2013: How does urbanization affect dispersal in Eurasian blackbirds (Turdus merula)? Sylvia 49: 21–38. (in Czech, summary in English)

    Székely, T., Remeš V., R. P. Freckleton, and A. Liker. 2013. Why care? Inferring the evolution of complex social behaviour. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:1381-1391.

    Trnka A. & Grim T. 2013: Color plumage polymorphism and predator mimicry in brood parasites. Frontiers in Zoology 10(5): 25.

    Trnka A. & Grim T. 2013: To compensate or not to compensate: testing the negotiation model in the context of nest defence. Behavioral Ecology 24(1): 223–228.

    Trnka A., Požgayová M., Samaš P. & Honza M. 2013: Repeatability of host female and male aggression towards a brood parasite. Ethology 119(10): 907-917.

    Yang C., Stokke B. G., Antonov A., Cai Y., Shi S., Moksnes A., Røskaft E., Møller A. P., Liang W. & Grim T. 2013: Host selection in parasitic birds: are open-cup nesting insectivorous passerines always suitable cuckoo hosts? Journal of Avian Biology 44: 216–220.

  • 2012

    Cassey P., Mikšík I., Portugal S. J., Maurer G., Ewen J. G., Zarate E., Sewell M. A., Karadas F., Grim T. & Hauber M. E. 2012: Avian eggshell pigments are not consistently correlated with colour measurements or egg constituents in two Turdus thrushes. Journal of Avian Biology 43(6): 503–512.

    Cassey P., Thomas G. H., Portugal S. J., Maurer G., Hauber M. E., Grim T., Lovell P. G., Mikšík I. 2012: Why are birds’ eggs colourful? Eggshell pigments co-vary with life history and nesting ecology among British breeding non-passerine birds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106(3): 657–672.

    Gába, A., Kapuš, O., Pelclová, J., & Riegerová, J. (2012). The relationship between accelerometer-determined physical activity (PA) and body composition and bone mineral density (BMD) in postmenopausal women. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 54(3), e315–e321.

    Grim T. 2012: Leisler B. & Schulze-Hagen K. 2011: The reed warblers. Diversity in a uniform bird family. (Book review). Auk 129(3): 566–567.

    Grim T. 2012: Šťastný, K. & Hudec, K. (eds.) Fauna ČR. Ptáci. Volume 3, Parts I and II. (Book review). Ibis 154(3): 650–651.

    Hušek J., Weidinger K., Adamík P., Slagsvold T. 2012: Impact of Nesting Mortality on Avian Breeding Phenology: A Case Study on the Red-Backed Shrike (Lanius collurio). PLoS ONE 7(8): e43944.

    Igic B., Cassey P., Grim T., Greenwood D. R., Moskát C., Rutila J. & Hauber M. E. 2012: A shared chemical basis of avian host–parasite egg colour mimicry. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 279(1731): 1068–1076.

    Köhler, G., Batista, A., Veselý, M., Ponce, M., Carrizo, A., Lotzkat, S., 2012. Evidence for the recognition of two species of Anolis formerly referred to as A. tropidogaster (Squamata: Dactyloidae). Zootaxa 3348: 1-23.

    Köhler, G., Diethert, H. H., Veselý, M., 2012. A Contribution To the Knowledge of the Lizard Genus Alopoglossus (Squamata: Gymnophthalmidae). Herpetological Monographs 26 (1): 173-188.

    Kundrata R. 2012: Description of Selasia socotrana sp. nov. (Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini) from Socotra Island, with notes on S. homhiliaActa Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 52 (Supplementum 2): 213–218.

    Kundrata, R. 2012: Taxonomic review of the Himalayan species of Selasia Laporte, 1836 (Coleoptera: Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini). Annales Zoologici, 62: 261–266.

    Møller A. P., Diaz M., Flensted-Jensen E., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Mänd R., Markó G. & Tryjanowski P. 2012: High urban population density of birds reflects their timing of urbanization. Oecologia 170(3): 867–875.

    Remeš V., Matysioková B. and Cockburn A. 2012: Long-term and large-scale analyses of nest predation patterns in Australian songbirds and a global comparison of nest predation rates. Journal of Avian Biology 43: 435–444.

    Remeš V., Matysioková B. 
    and Cockburn A. 2012: Nest predation in New Zealand songbirds: Exotic predators, introduced prey and long-term changes in predation risk. Biological Conservation 148: 54-60.

    Matrková J, Remeš V. 2012: Environmental and Genetic Effects on Pigment-Based vs. Structural Component of Yellow Feather Colouration. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36640.

    Samaš P., Polačiková L., Hauber M. E., Cassey P. & Grim T. 2012: Egg rejection behaviour and clutch characteristics of the European Greenfinch introduced to New Zealand. Chinese Birds 2012, 3(4):330–338.

    Trnka A., Prokop P. & Grim T. 2012: Uncovering dangerous cheats: how do avian hosts recognize adult brood parasites? PLoS ONE 7(5): e37445

    Tuf, I.H., Dedek, P., Veselý, M., 2012. Does the diunal activity pattern of Carabid Beetles depend on season, ground temperature and habitat? Archives of Biological Sciences 64(2): 721-732.

    Tyller Z., Paclík M., Remeš V. 2012: Winter night inspections of nest boxes affect their occupancy and reuse for roosting by cavity nesting birds. Acta Ornithologica Vol. 47 No. 1.
     

  • 2011

    Adamík, P. & Vaňáková, M. Feather ornaments are dynamic traits in the Great Tit Parus major. Ibis 153: 357–362.

    Grim T. : Ejecting chick cheats: a changing paradigm? Frontiers in Zoology 8(6): 14.

    Grim T. 
    : Ornitologie: věda pro každého? Ornithology: a science for everyone? Tichodroma 23: 115–125.

    Grim T., Samaš P., 
    Moskát C., Kleven O., Honza M., Moksnes A., Røskaft E. & Stokke B. G. 2011: Constraints on host choice: why do parasitic birds rarely exploit some common potential hosts? Journal of Animal Ecology 80(3): 508–518.

    Igic B., Braganza K., Hyland M. M., Silyn-Roberts H., Cassey P., Grim T., Rutila J., Moskát C. & Hauber M. E. 2011:Alternative mechanisms of increased eggshell hardness of avian brood parasites relative to host species. Journal of the Royal Society Interface  8: 1654–1664.

    Köhler, G., Veselý, M., 2011. A new species of Thecadactylus from Sint Maarten, Lesser Antilles (Reptilia, Squamata, Gekkonidae). ZooKeys 118: 97-107.

    Krist M. : Egg size and offspring quality: a meta-analysis in birds. Biological Reviews 86: 692–716.

    Krist M., Munclinger P. 2011: Superiority of extra-pair offspring: maternal but not genetic effects as revealed by a mixed cross-fostering design. Molecular Ecology 20: 5074–5091.

    Koleček J. & Reif J. 2011: Differences between the predictors of abundance, trend and distribution as three measures of avian population change. Acta Ornithologica 46.

    Kundrata, R. & Bocak, L. 2011: The phylogeny and limits of Elateridae (Insecta, Coleoptera): is there a common tendency of click beetles to soft-bodiedness and neoteny? Zoologica Scripta, 40: 364–378.

    Kundrata, R. & Bocak, L. 2011:  Redescription and relationships of Pseudothilmanus Pic (Coleoptera: Rhagophthalmidae) – a long-term neglected glow-worm beetle genus from the Himalayas. Zootaxa 2794: 57–62.

    Lebl, K., Bieber, C., Adamík, P., Fietz, J., Morris, P., Pilastro, A. & Ruf, T. 2011: Survival rates in a small hibernator, the edible dormouse: a comparison across Europe.Ecography 34: 683 692.

    Malohlava, V. 
    and Bocák, L. 2011: A revision of the neotenic genus Scarelus (Coleoptera: Lycidae). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (Nouvelle série ) 47 (1–2) : 176-192.

    Matysioková, B,
     and Remeš, V.  2011. Responses to increased costs of activity during incubation in a songbird with female-only incubation: does feather colour signal coping ability? Journal of Ornithology 152: 337-346.

    Matysioková, B.
    , A. Cockburn, A. and Remeš, V. 2011. Male incubation feeding in songbirds responds differently to nest predation risk across hemispheres. Animal Behaviour 82: 1347-1356.

    Moller, A. P., Saino, N., Adamík, P., Ambrosini, R., Antonov, A., Campobello, D., Stokke, B. G., Fossoy, F., Lehikoinen, E., Martin-Vivaldi, M., Moksnes, A., Moskat, C., Roskaft, E., Rubolini, D., Schulze-Hagen, K., Soler, M. & Shykoff, J. A. in press. Rapid change in host use of the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus linked to climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

    Polačiková L.
    , Hauber M. E., Procházka P., Cassey P., Honza M. & Grim T. 2011: A sum of its individual parts? Relative contributions of different eggshell regions to intraclutch variation in birds. Journal of Avian Biology 42: 370 373.

    Remeš V.
     (2011) Yolk androgens in great tit eggs are related to male attractiveness, breeding density and territory quality. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  65: 1257–1266.

    Remeš, V
    ., Matysioková, B. and Klejdus, B.  2011. Egg yolk antioxidant deposition as a function of parental ornamentation, age, and environment in great tits Parus major. Journal of Avian Biology 42: 387-396.

    Samaš P.
    , Hauber M. E., Cassey P. & Grim T. 2011: Repeatability of foreign egg rejection: testing the assumptions of co-evolutionary theory.Ethology 117:  606–619.

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