Literature

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A. Barbosa, Merino, S., De Lope, F., Møller, A. Pape2002Effects of feather lice on flight behavior of male barn swallows
M. Kose, Mänd, R., Møller, A. Pape1999Sexual selection for white tail spots in the barn swallow in relation to habitat choice by feather lice
M. Kose, Møller A. Pape1999Sexual selection, feather breakage and parasites: The importance of white spots on the tail of the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
Møller, A. Pape1991Parasites, sexual ornaments, and mate choice in barn swallows
A. Pape Møller1993Ectoparasites increase the cost of reproduction in their hosts
A. Pape Møller1991Ectoparasite loads affect optimal clutch size in swallows
A. Pape Møller1990Parasites and sexual selection: Current status of the Hamilton and Zuk hypothesis
A. Pape Møller, Christe, P., Garamszegi, Z.2005Coevolutionary arms races: increased host immune defense promotes specialization by avian fleas
A. Pape Møller, Dufva, R., Allander, K.1993Parasites and the evolution of host social behavior
A. Pape Møller, De Lope, F., Saino, N.2004Parasitism, immunity, and arrival date in a migratory bird, the barn swallow
A. Pape Møller1991Parasites, sexual ornaments, and mate choice in the barn swallow
A. Pape Møller, Magnhagen, C., Ulfstrand, A., Ulfstrand, S.1995Phenotypic quality and molt in the barn swallow, Hirundo rustica
A. Pape Møller, Martinelli, R., Saino, N.2004Genetic variation in infestation with a directly transmitted ectoparasite
A. Pape Møller, Rózsa L.2005Parasite biodiversity and host defenses: chewing lice and immune response of their avian hosts
N. Saino, Calza, S., Møller, A. Pape1998Effects of a dipteran ectoparasite on immune response and growth trade-offs in barn swallow, Hirundo rustica, nestlings
N. Saino, Møller A. Pape1994Secondary sexual characters, parasites and testosterone in the barn swallow, Hirundo rustica
Z. Vas, Csörgő, T., Møller, A. Pape, Rózsa, L.2008The Feather Holes on the Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica and Other Small Passerines are Probably Caused by Brueelia Spp. Lice
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