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THE ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE INDIAN PEAFOWL (PAVO CRISTATUS) LINN. OF INJARJOHNSINGH AJT; MURALI S.1981; J. BOMBAY NAT. HIST. SOC.; ISSN 0006-6982; IND; DA. 1981; VOL. 75; SUPPL.; PP. 1069-1079; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

PLASMODIUM DURAE HERMAN FROM THE INTRODUCED COMMON PEAFOWL IN NORTHERN NIGERIA.LAIRD M.1978; J. PROTOZOOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 25; NO 1; PP. 21-24; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

MORPHOLOGIE COMPAREE DES MUSCLES DE LA MACHOIRE CHEZ LES OISEAUX DE LA FAMILLE DES PHASIANIDAE (GALLIFORMES)GAMBARYAN GP.1982; ZOOL. Z.; ISSN 0044-5134; SUN; DA. 1982; VOL. 61; NO 8; PP. 1205-1217; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

Symmetry and ornamentation are correlated in the peacock's trainMANNING, J. T; HARTLEY, M. A.Animal behaviour. 1991, Vol 42, pp 1020-1021, issn 0003-3472, 6Article

Inheritance of the white and pied plumage color patterns in the Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatus)SOMES, R. G; BURGER, R. E.The journal of heredity. 1993, Vol 84, Num 1, pp 57-62, issn 0022-1503Article

The social organization of feral peafowlRANDS, M. R. W; RIDLEY, M. W; LELLIOTT, A. D et al.Animal behaviour. 1984, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 830-835, issn 0003-3472Article

Seasonal and diurnal use of eight different call types by Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatus)TAKAHASHI, Mariko; HASEGAWA, Toshikazu.Journal of ethology. 2008, Vol 26, Num 3, pp 375-381, issn 0289-0771, 7 p.Article

Peahens prefer peacocks displaying more eyespots, but rarelyDAKIN, Roslyn; MONTGOMERIE, Robert.Animal behaviour (Print). 2011, Vol 82, pp 21-28, issn 0003-3472, 8 p., 1Article

Plumage color inheritance of the Indian Blue Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) : blue, black-shouldered, cameo, and oatenSOMES, R. G; BURGER, R. E.The journal of heredity. 1991, Vol 82, Num 1, pp 64-68, issn 0022-1503, 5 p.Article

Correlates of mating success in Indian PeafowlYASMIN, S; YAHYA, H. S. A.The Auk. 1996, Vol 113, Num 2, pp 490-492, issn 0004-8038Article

Maternal body condition and plasma hormones affect offspring sex ratio in peafowlPIKE, Thomas W; PETRIE, Marion.Animal behaviour. 2005, Vol 70, pp 745-751, issn 0003-3472, 7 p., 4Article

Multiple sexual advertisements honestly reflect health status in peacocks (Pavo cristatus)LOYAU, Adeline; JAIME, Michel Saint; CAGNIANT, Cécile et al.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 2005, Vol 58, Num 6, pp 552-557, issn 0340-5443, 6 p.Article

Peahens lay more eggs for peacocks with larger trainsPETRIE, M; WILLIAMS, A.Proceedings - Royal Society of London. Biological sciences. 1993, Vol 251, Num 1331, pp 127-131, issn 0962-8452Article

Distribution of chewing lice upon the polygynous peacock Pavo cristatusSTEWART, I. R. K; CLARK, F; PETRIE, M et al.The Journal of parasitology. 1996, Vol 82, Num 2, pp 370-372, issn 0022-3395Article

Peacocks with low mating success are more likely to suffer predationPETRIE, M.Animal behaviour. 1992, Vol 44, pp 585-586, issn 0003-3472, 3Article

Improved growth and survival of offspring of peacocks with more elaborate trainsPETRIE, M.Nature (London). 1994, Vol 371, Num 6498, pp 598-599, issn 0028-0836Article

Intra- and intersexual selection for multiple traits in the peacock (Pavo cristatus)LOYAU, Adeline; JALME, Michel Saint; SORCI, Gabriele et al.Ethology. 2005, Vol 111, Num 9, pp 810-820, issn 0179-1613, 11 p.Article

La couleur des oiseaux = The colour of the birdsPOMAREDE, M.Pour la science. 1999, Num 261, pp 92-96, issn 0153-4092Article

Peacocks lek with relatives even in the absence of social and environmental cuesPETRIE, M; KRUPA, A; BURKE, T et al.Nature (London). 1999, Vol 401, Num 6749, pp 155-157, issn 0028-0836Article

Experimental and natural changes in the peacock's (Pavo cristatus) train can affect mating successPETRIE, M; HALLIDAY, T.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1994, Vol 35, Num 3, pp 213-217, issn 0340-5443Article

Hypervariable minisatellite DNA sequences in the Indian peafowl Pavo cristatusHANOTTE, O; BURKE, T; ARMOUR, J. A. L et al.Genomics (San Diego, Calif.). 1991, Vol 9, Num 4, pp 587-597, issn 0888-7543, 11 p.Article

Peahens prefer peacocks with elaborate trainsPETRIE, M; HALLIDAY, T; SANDERS, C et al.Animal behaviour. 1991, Vol 41, pp 323-331, issn 0003-3472, 9 p., p.2Article

Multilocus DNA fingerprints in gallinaceous birds : general approach and problemsHANOTTE, O; BRUFORD, M. W; BURKE, T et al.Heredity (Edinburgh. Print). 1992, Vol 68, pp 481-494, issn 0018-067X, 6Article

Multiple mating in a lekking bird : why do peahens mate with more than one male and with the same male more than once ?PETRIE, M; HALL, M; HALLIDAY, T et al.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1992, Vol 31, Num 5, pp 349-358, issn 0340-5443Article

Two new species of Eimeria from peacocks (Pavo cristatus) in Saudi ArabiaAMOUDI, M. A.The Journal of protozoology. 1988, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 546-548, issn 0022-3921Article

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