Bibliography – siberian jay (Unglückshäher) – Perisoreus infaustus, L

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Bibliography – SIBERIAN JAY (Unglückshäher) – Perisoreus infaustus, L.
Andreev, A.V. (1977): Winter energy balance and hypothermia of the Siberian jay. Ekologiya (Moscow) 4: 66-72. [russ.]

Andreev, A.V. (1982): Winter ecology of the Siberian Jay and the Nutcracker in the region of northeast Siberia. Ornitologija 17: 72-82. [russ.]

Andreev, A.V. (1982): Energy budget and hypothermia of Siberian Jay in winter season. Orn. Stud. USSR 2: 364-375.

Babenko, V.G. & Redkin, Y.A. (1999): Ornithogeographical characteristics of the Low Amur basin. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 78 (3): 398-408. [russ., engl. Zus.] Abstract

Beuschold, E. & Beuschold, I. (1972): Erstnachweis des Unglückshähers (Perisoreus infaustus (L.)) für die DDR. [First record of Perisoreus infaustus (L.) for East Germany.] Naturkundliche Jahresberichte des Museum Heineanum 7 (0): 117-118.

Blair, H.M.S. (1936): On the birds of East Finmark. Ibis 6 (13th ser.): 280-308.

Blomgren, A. (1964): Lavskrika. Bonniers, Stockholm.

Blomgren, A. (1971): Studies of less familiar birds. Siberian Jay. Brit. Birds 64: 25-28.

Borgos, G. & Hogstad, O. (2001): Lavskrika vinterstid. [The Siberian jay in the winter.] Vår Fuglefauna 24 (4): 155-163. [norw.]

Brotons, L., Monkkonen, M., Huhta, E., Nikula, A. & Rajasarkka, A. (2003): Effects of landscape structure and forest reserve location on old-growth forest bird species in Northern Finland. Landscape Ecology 18 (4): 377-393. Abstract

Carlson, T. (1946): Bofynd av lavskrika (Cractes infaustus L.) med tre matande fåglar. Vår Fågelvärld 5: 37-38. [schwed.]

Carpelan, J. (1929): Einige Beobachtungen über Lebensweise und Fortpflanzung des Unglückshähers (Perisoreus infaustus) im nördlichen Finnland. Beitr. Fortpfl. Vögel 5: 60-63.

Cramp, S. & Perrins, C.M. (Hrsg.) (1994): Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The birds of the western Palearctic. Vol. VIII. Crows to finches. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Dresser, H.E. (1881): A History of the birds of Europe. 4: 471-477.

Edenius, L. & Meyer, C. (2002): Activity budgets and microhabitat use in the Siberian Jay Perisoreus infaustus in managed and unmanaged forest. Ornis Fennica 79 (1): 26-33. Abstract

Eggers, S., Griesser, M. & Ekman, J. (2005): Predator-induced plasticity in nest visitation rates in the Siberian jay (Perisoreus infaustus). Behavioral Ecology 16: 309-315. Abstract

Eggers, S., Griesser, M., Andersson, T. & Ekman, J. (2005): Nest predation and habitat change interact to influence Siberian jay numbers. Oikos 111 (1): 150-158. Abstract

Eggers, S., Griesser, M., Nystrand, M. & Ekman, J. (2006): Predation risk induces changes in nest-site selection and clutch size in the Siberian jay. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 273 (1587): 701-706. Abstract

Eggers, S. (2002): Behaviour and life-history responses to chick provisioning under risk of nest predation. Dissertation Uppsala University. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Ekman, J., Baglione, V., Eggers, S. & Griesser, M. (2001): Delayed dispersal: living unter the reign of nepotistic parents. Auk 118: 1-10.

Ekman, J., Brodin, A., Bylin, A. & Sklepkovych, B. (1996): Selfish long-term benefits of hoarding in the Siberian jay. Behavioral Ecology 7: 140-144. Abstract

Ekman, J., Eggers, S., Griesser, M. & Tegelström, H. (2001): Queuing for preferred territories: Delayed dispersal of Siberian jays. Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (2): 317-324. Abstract

Ekman, J., Bylin, A. & Tegelström, H. (1999): Increased lifetime reproductive success for Siberian jay (Perisoreus infaustus) males with delayed dispersal. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 266 (1422): 911-915. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Ekman, J., Bylin, A. & Tegelström, H. (2000): Parental nepotism enhances survival of retained offspring in the Siberian jay. Behavioral Ecology 11 (4): 416-420. Abstract

Ekman, J., Eggers, S. & Griesser, M. (2002): Fighting to stay: The role of sibling rivalry for delayed dispersal. Animal Behaviour 64 (3): 453-459. Abstract

Ekman, J., Sklepkovych, B. & Tegelström, H. (1994): Offspring retention in the Siberian jay (Perisoreus infaustus): The prolonged brood care hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 5 (3): 245-253. Abstract

Ekman, J. & Griesser, M. (2002): Why offspring delay dispersal: Experimental evidence for a role of parental tolerance. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 269 (1501): 1709-1713. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Ekman, J. & Sklepkovych, B. (1994): Conflict of interest between the sexes in Siberian jay winter flocks. Animal Behaviour 48 (2): 485-487.

Ekman, J. (1995): [Family is best. Siberian jays prefer to flock with relations.] Var Fagelvarld 54 (4): 11-14. [swed.]

Engler, G. & Thiede, W. (1999): Pilze als Nahrung und Nahrungsvorrat des Unglückshähers. [Fungi as food and food store of the Siberian Jay.] Ornithologische Mitteilungen 51 (2): 40-42. Abstract

Engler, G. (1999): Weiteres zur Unglückshäher-Nahrung in Schweden. [More on the feeding of the Siberian jay in Sweden.] Ornithologische Mitteilungen 51 (2): 59. Kompletter Artikel als html.

Ericson, P.G.P., Jansén, A.-L., Johansson, U.S. & Ekman, J. (2005): Inter-generic relationships of the crows, jays, magpies and allied groups (Aves: Corvidae) based on nucleotide sequence data. Journal of Avian Biology 36: 222-234. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Forsman, D. (1996): Kuukkeli. Finnish birds. 2. Siberian jay. Alula 2 (2): 82-83.

Franz, J. (1943): Über Ernährung und Tagesrhythmus einiger Vögel im arktischen Winter. J. Orn. 91: 154-165.

Friedmann, V.S., Matveenko, B.L. & Bolshakov, N.M. (2001): On biology of woodpeckers and some faunistic notes from the south of Primorye Region, Far East. Ornitologiya 29: 310-312. [russ.]

Fujimaki, Y. & Nechaev, V.A. (2000): Summer avifauna of Schmidt Peninsula, northern Sakhalin. Research Bulletin of Obihiro University Natural Science 22 (1): 11-18. Abstract

Griesser, M. (2003): Nepotistic vigilance behavior in Siberian jay parents. Behavioral Ecology 14 (2): 246-250. Abstract

Griesser, M. (2003): The nepotistic parent; Predator Protection, Kinship and Philopatry. Diss. at Uppsala University. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Griesser, M. & Ekman, A. (2004): Nepotistic alarm calling in the Siberian jay, Perisoreus infaustus. Animal Behaviour 67 (5): 933-939. Abstract

Griesser, M. & Ekman, J. (2005): Nepotistic mobbing behaviour in the Siberian jay, Perisoreus infaustus. Animal Behaviour 69: 345-352. Abstract

Griesser, M., Nystrand, M. & Ekman, J. (2006): Reduced mortality selects for family cohesion in a social species. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B  273 (1596): 1881-1886. Abstract

Haartman, L. von (1969): The nesting habits of Finnish birds. I. Passeriformes. Comm. Biologicae Soc. Sci. Fenn. 32: 38-40.

Haensel, J. (1983): Der Unglückshäher. Falke 30 (9): 322-323.

Hagemeijer, J. M. & Blair, M. J. (Hrsg.) (1997): The EBCC Atlas of European Breeding Birds: Their Distribution and Abundance. T & A D Poyser, London.

Heinen, W., Mäurer, P. & Finken, H. (1978): Sibirischer Häher gräbt Wespennest aus. [Perisoreus infaustus digs up wasp-nest.] Charadrius 14 (1/2): 27.

Helle, P. (1984): Observations on some taiga forest birds with respect to forest fragmentation. Ornis Fennica 61 (4): 121-122.

Huhta, E., Mappes, T. & Jokimaki, J. (1996): Predation on artificial ground nests in relation to forest fragmentation, agricultural land and habitat structure. Ecography 19 (1): 85-91. Abstract

Johansen, H. (1944): Die Vogelfauna Westsibiriens. II. Teil J. Orn. 92: 1-105.

Kallander, H. (1980): [Clethrionomys glareolus as a prey object for Siberian jays Perisoreus infaustus.] Var Fuglefauna 3 (3): 226-227 and 231. [norw.]

Kemppainen, J. & Kemppainen, O. (1991): [Occurrence of the Siberian jay in southern Finland 1960-1990.] Lintumies 26 (1): 20-29. [Finn.]

Kliebe, K. (2002): Pseudozahme Unglückshäher Perisoreus infaustus. [Pseudo tame Siberian jay Perisoreus infaustus.] Ornithologische Mitteilungen 54 (6): 217.

Kokhanov, V.D. (1982): Ecology of the Siberian Jay in the Murmansk region. In: V.A. Zabrodin (eds.): Ekologiya i morfologiya ptits na kraynem severozapade SSSR [Ecology and morphology of birds in far north-east.]. N.p., Moscow: 124-137.

Kokko, H. & Ekman, J. (2002): Delayed dispersal as a route to breeding: Territorial inheritance, safe havens, and ecological constraints. American Naturalist 160 (4): 468-484. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Kouki, J. & Vaananen, A. (2000): Impoverishment of resident old-growth forest bird assemblages along an isolation gradient of protected areas in eastern Finland. Ornis Fennica 77 (4): 145-154. Abstract

Lillandt, B.-G., Bensch, S. & Schantz, T. von (2001): Parentage determination in kin-structured populations: microsatellite analyses in the Siberian Jay Perisoreus infaustus during a 25-year population study. Avian Science 1: 3-14. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Lillandt, B.-G., Bensch, S. & Schantz, T. von (2003): Family structure in the Siberian Jay as revealed by microsatellite analyses. Condor 105 (3): 505-514. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Lillandt, B.-G., Bensch, S., Hansson, B., Wennerberg, L. & Schantz, T. von (2002): Isolation and cross-species amplification of microsatellite loci in the Siberian jay (Perisoreus infaustus). Hereditas (Lund) 137 (2): 157-160.

Lillandt, B.-G. (1993): Lavskrikans (Perisoreus infaustus) populationsutvevkling inom ett sammanhängande skogsområde i Sydösterbotten 1974-1992. M.Sc. thesis, University of Helsinki. [Finn.]

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Lindgren, F. (1985): [Partially albinistic Siberian jay.] Fauna och Flora 80 (1): 42. [Schwed.]

Lindgren, F. (1986): [Siberian jay Perisoreus infaustus, using feet to carry food.] Var Fagelvarld 45 (3): 155. [Schwed.]

Lindgren, F. (1995): [Siberian jay. "The notorious chatterbox".] Var Fagelvarld 54 (4): 7-10. [Schwed.]

Maetro, J. (1996): Breeding biology of the Siberian Jay in Kuusamo. Aureola 21: 74-87.

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Mendel, H. (1990): Bettelverhalten des Unglückshähers (Perisoreus infaustus). Ornithologische Mitteilungen 42 (4): 110-111.

Meyer, C. (2000): Überlebensprobleme in nordischen Wäldern. Unglückshäher und Forstwirtschaft. [Survival problems in northern forests. The Siberian jay and forest management.] Falke 47 (1): 22-27. Abstract

Mykra, S., Kurki, S. & Nikula, A. (2000): The spacing of mature forest habitat in relation to species-specific scales in managed boreal forests in NE Finland. Annales Zoologici Fennici 37 (2): 79-91. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Nilsson, L. (2003): Slaktskap i lavsrikegrupper. [Relatedness in groups of Siberian jays.] Var Fagelvarld 62 (7): 35. [Schwed.]

Nystrand, M. (2006): Effects of habitat quality on behavioural decisions and population dynamics in the Siberian Jay. Dissertation Uppsala University. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.

Nystrand, M. (2006): Influence of age, kinship, and large-scale habitat quality on local foraging choices of Siberian jays. Behavioral Ecology 17: 503-509. Abstract

Pravosudov, V.V. (1984): The storage of food by the Siberian jay Perisoreus infaustus (Passeriformes, Corvidae) in spring. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 63 (6): 950-953. [Russ.]

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