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A DISTRIBUTIONAL HISTORY OF THE BLACK-CRESTED TITMOUSEDIXON KL.1978; AMER. MIDL. NATURALIST; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 100; NO 1; PP. 29-42; BIBL. 3 P.Article

DIFFERENTIAL USAGE OF SONG TYPES BY PLAIN, BRIDLED AND TUFTED TITMICEGADDIS PK.1983; ORNIS SCANDINAVICA; ISSN 0030-5693; DNK; DA. 1983; VOL. 14; NO 1; PP. 16-23; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

WINTER BEHAVIOR OF TUFTED TITMICEBRAWN JD; SAMSON FB.1983; WILSON BULLETIN (WILSON ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY); ISSN 0043-5643; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 95; NO 2; PP. 222-232; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

EXPERIMENTS ON POPULATION REGULATION IN TWO NORTH AMERICAN PARIDSSAMSON FV; LEWIS SJ.1979; WILSON BULL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 91; NO 2; PP. 222-233; BIBL. 2 P.Article

Molecular population genetics of tufted and black-crested forms of Parus bicolorBRAUN, D; KITTO, G. B; BRAUN, M. J et al.The Auk. 1984, Vol 101, Num 1, pp 170-173, issn 0004-8038Article

Survivorship in the tufted titmouseELDER, W. H.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1985, Vol 97, Num 4, pp 517-524, issn 0043-5643Article

Mitochondrial DNA: a source of genetic markers for studies of similar passerine bird speciesMACK, A. L; GILL, F. B; COLBURN, R et al.The Auk. 1986, Vol 103, Num 4, pp 676-681, issn 0004-8038Article

Copying of foraging locations in mixed-species flocks of temperate-deciduous woodlands birds: an experimental studyWAITE, T. A; GRUBB, T. C. JR.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1988, Vol 90, Num 1, pp 132-140, issn 0010-5422Article

Dominance, foraging and predation risk in the tufted titmouseWAITE, T. A; GRUBB, T. C. JR.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1987, Vol 89, Num 4, pp 936-940, issn 0010-5422Article

Patterns of mitochondrial DNA divergence in North American crested titmiceGILL, F. B; SLIKAS, B.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1992, Vol 94, Num 1, pp 20-28, issn 0010-5422Article

Constancy of margins of the hybrid zone in titmice of the Parus bicolor complex in coastal TexasDIXON, K. L.The Auk. 1990, Vol 107, Num 1, pp 184-188, issn 0004-8038Article

Some observations on the biology of Collyriclum faba (Bremser in Schmalz, 1831)BLANKESPOOR, H. D; ESCH, G. W; JOHNSON, W. C et al.The Journal of parasitology. 1985, Vol 71, Num 4, pp 469-471, issn 0022-3395Article

The function of distress calls given by tufted titmice (Parus bicolor): an experimental approachHILL, G. E.Animal behaviour. 1986, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 590-598, issn 0003-3472Article

Dominance-specific vigilance in the tufted titmouse: effects of social contextWAITE, T. A.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1987, Vol 89, Num 4, pp 932-935, issn 0010-5422Article

Vigilance in the tufted titmouse varies independently with air temperature and conspecific group sizePRAVOSUDOV, V. V; GRUBB, T. C.The condor (Los Angeles, CA). 1995, Vol 97, Num 4, pp 1064-1067, issn 0010-5422Article

Supplementary food improves the nutritional condition of wintering woodland birds : evidence from ptilochronologyGRUBB, T. C; CIMPRICH, D. A.Ornis Scandinavica. 1990, Vol 21, Num 4, pp 277-281, issn 0030-5693Article

The effects of artificial solar radiation on wind-stressed tufted titmice (Parus bicolor) and Carolina chickadees (Parus carolinensis) at low temperaturesWOOD, J. T; LUSTICK, S. I.Comparative biochemistry and physiology. A. Comparative physiology. 1989, Vol 92, Num 4, pp 473-477, issn 0300-9629Article

Tufted titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) calling and risk-sensitive foraging in the face of threatFREEBERG, Todd M; KRAMA, Tatjana; VRUBLEVSKA, Jolanta et al.Animal cognition (Print). 2014, Vol 17, Num 6, pp 1341-1352, issn 1435-9448, 12 p.Article

Genetic evidence for extrapair paternity in the Tufted titmousePRAVOSUDOVA, Elena V; PARKER, Patricia G; GAUNT, Abbot S et al.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 2002, Vol 114, Num 2, pp 279-281, issn 0043-5643, 3 p.Article

Effects of food supplementation and predator simulation on nuthatches and parids within mixed-species flocksYAUKEY, P. H.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1995, Vol 107, Num 3, pp 542-547, issn 0043-5643Article

Molecular genetic divergence between avian sibling species: king and clapper rails, long-billed and short-billed dowitchers, boat-tailed and great-tailed grackles, anf tufted and black-crested titmiceAVISE, J. C; ZINK, R. M.The Auk. 1988, Vol 105, Num 3, pp 516-528, issn 0004-8038Article

Observations of a tufted titmouse and a Cattle Egret associating with a black bearSMITH, T. R.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1985, Vol 97, Num 3, issn 0043-5643, 395Article

The effects of time constraints and changes in body mass and satiation on the simultaneous expression of caching and diet-choice decisionsLUCAS, J. R; PETERSON, L. J; BOUDINIER, R. L et al.Animal behaviour. 1993, Vol 45, pp 639-658, issn 0003-3472, 4Article

New species of haemoproteids from the avian families Paridae and SittidaeBENNETT, G. F.Canadian journal of zoology. 1989, Vol 67, Num 11, pp 2685-2688, issn 0008-4301Article

Effects of feeding height and distance from protective cover on the foraging behavior of wintering birdsLEE, Ya-Fu; KUO, Yen-Min; BOLLINGER, Eric K et al.Canadian journal of zoology. 2005, Vol 83, Num 6, pp 880-890, issn 0008-4301, 11 p.Article

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