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The evolutionary importance of behavioural development: the ontogeny and phylogeny of birth songIRWIN, R. E.Animal behaviour. 1988, Vol 36, Num 3, pp 814-824, issn 0003-3472Article

Directional sexual selection cannot explain variation in song repertoire size in the New World blackbirds (Icterinae)IRWIN, R. E.Ethology. 1990, Vol 85, Num 3, pp 212-224, issn 0179-1613, 13 p.Article

A trade-off between the frequency and duration of bumblebee visits to flowersJONES, K. N; REITHEL, J. S; IRWIN, R. E et al.Oecologia. 1998, Vol 117, Num 1-2, pp 161-168, issn 0029-8549Article

Nectar-robbing bumble bees reduce the fitness of Ipomopsis aggregata (Polemoniaceae)IRWIN, R. E; BRODY, A. K.Ecology (Durham). 1999, Vol 80, Num 5, pp 1703-1712, issn 0012-9658Article

Nectar robbing in Ipomopsis aggregata: effects on pollinator behavior and plant fitnessIRWIN, R. E; BRODY, A. K.Oecologia. 1998, Vol 116, Num 4, pp 519-527, issn 0029-8549Article

Community and evolutionary ecology of nectar : Community and evolutionary ecology of nectarIRWIN, R. E; ADLER, L. S; AGRAWAL, A. A et al.Ecology (Durham). 2004, Vol 85, Num 6, pp 1477-1478, issn 0012-9658, 2 p.Article

Parasite faunas, testosterone and secondary sexual traits in male red-winged blackbirdsWEATHERHEAD, P. J; METZ, K. J; BENNETT, G. F et al.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1993, Vol 33, Num 1, pp 13-23, issn 0340-5443Article

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