SCIENCE

  • Gajdon, G.K., Mundwiler, B., Stauffacher, M. (2013). Development of early Foraging Behaviour of domestic Chicks in Varying social Context. - Proceedings ISAE2012 Special Issue in Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 'Behavioural development'. In Press.
  • Kraak, S.B.M., Mundwiler, B. & Hart, P.J.B. (2001). Increased number of hybrids between benthic and limnetic threespined sticklebacks in Enos Lake, Canada: the collapse of a species pair? - Journal of Fish Biology, 5, p. 1458-1464.
  • Kraak, S.B.M., Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1999). Sexual selection in sticklebacks in the field: correlates of reproductive, mating and paternal success. - Behavioral Ecology, 10, p. 696-706.
  • Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1999). Pectoral fin size in a fish species with paternal care: a condition-dependent sexual trait revealing infection status. - Journal of Freshwater Biology, 41, p. 543-551.
  • Kraak, S.B.M., Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1999). Correlates of the duration of the egg collecting phase in the threespined stickleback. - Journal of Fish Biology, 54, p. 1038-1049.
  • Kraak, S.B.M., Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1997). How to quantify parental success in nestbuilding fishes, exemplified with sticklebacks. - Journal of Fish Biology, 51, p. 1262-1264.
  • Kraak, S.B.M., Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1996). Field data on the duration of the egg collecting phase of the nesting cycle of the threespined stickleback. - Revue Suisse de Zoologie, 103, p. 787.
  • Bakker, T.C.M. & Mundwiler, B. (1994). Female mate choice and male red coloration in a natural stickleback population. - Behavioral Ecology, 5, p. 74-80.
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