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USE OF HUMAN HAIR BLEACH TO MARK BLACKBIRDS AND STARLINGSWHITE SB; BOOKHOUT TA; BOLLINGER EK et al.1980; J. FIELD ORNITHOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 51; NO 1; PP. 6-9; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

EVIDENCE FOR THE REMOVAL OF PSEUDOPODOCES HUMILIS FROM THE CORVIDAE.BORECKY SR.1978; BULL. BRIT. ORNITHOLOGISTS' CLUB; G.B.; DA. 1978; VOL. 98; NO 2; PP. 36-37; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

FEEDING ADAPTATIONS AND EVOLUTION IN THE STARLINGSBEECHER WJ ED.1978; BULL. CHICAGO ACAD. SCI.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 11; NO 8; 29 P.; BIBL. 16 REF.Serial Issue

SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON THE WHISTLED SONGS OF STARLINGSADRET HAUSBERGER M.1982; BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY; ISSN 0340-5443; DEU; DA. 1982; VOL. 11; NO 4; PP. 241-246; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

THE TIMING OF BREEDING AND WING-MOULT OF FOUR AFRICAN STURNIDAECRAIG A.1983; IBIS; ISSN 0019-1019; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 125; NO 3; PP. 346-352; BIBL. 34 REF.Article

THERMAL ADAPTATION AS A FACTOR AFFECTING COLONIZING SUCCESS OF INTRODUCED STURNIDAE (AVES) IN NORTH AMERICAJOHNSON SR; MCTAGGART COWAN I.1974; CANAD. J. ZOOL.; CANADA; DA. 1974; VOL. 52; NO 12; PP. 1559-1576; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 1P.1/2Article

CO-OPERATIVE BREEDING IN TWO AFRICAN STARLINGS, STURNIDAECRAIG A.1983; IBIS; ISSN 0019-1019; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 125; NO 1; PP. 114-115; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

NEURONAL DISCRIMINATION OF NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC VOWELS IN FIELD L OF TRAINED MYNAH BIRDSLANGNER G; BONKE D; SCHEICH H et al.1981; EXP. BRAIN. RES.; ISSN 0014-4819; DEU; DA. 1981; VOL. 43; NO 1; PP. 11-24; BIBL. 2 P.Article

AN "AD HOC" ASSOCIATION OF HORNBILLS, STARLINGS, COUCALS, AND OTHER BIRDSMOYNIYAN M.1978; TERRE ET VIE; FRA; DA. 1978; VOL. 32; NO 4; PP. 557-576; ABS. FRE; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

The relationships of the starlings (Sturnidae: Sturnini) and the mockingbirds (Sturnidae: Mimini)SIBLEY, C. G; AHLQUIST, J. E.The Auk. 1984, Vol 101, Num 2, pp 230-243, issn 0004-8038Article

A test of receiver perceptual performance : European starlings' ability to detect asymmetry in a naturalistic traitSWADDLE, John P; RUFF, Douglas A; PAGE, Laura C et al.Animal behaviour. 2008, Vol 76, pp 487-495, issn 0003-3472, 9 p., 2Article

ETUDE DE L'IMPACT SUR LES BIOCENOSES AGROSYLVESTRES DES CONCENTRATIONS D'ETOURNEAUX. ANALYSE DES FACTEURS A L'ORIGINE DE L'ACCROISSEMENT DEMOGRAPHIQUE DES POPULATIONS (AUTOCHTONES ET MIGRATRICES)GRAMET PHILIPPE.1980; ; FRA; DA. 1980; ENV-MER/78 098; 17 P.; 30 CM; COMITE: FAUNE ET FLOREReport

The pattern of nest-site cleaning by European Starlings Sturnus vulgarisMAZGAJSKI, Tomasz D; KEDRA, Aleksander H; BEAL, Kathleen G et al.Ibis (London. 1859). 2004, Vol 146, Num 1, pp 175-177, issn 0019-1019, 3 p.Article

Spotless starlings rely on public information while visiting conspecific nests : an experimentPAREJO, Deseada; PEREZ-CONTRERAS, Tomas; NAVARRO, Carlos et al.Animal behaviour. 2008, Vol 75, pp 483-488, issn 0003-3472, 6 p., 2Article

Moult, flight performance and wingbeat kinematics during take-off in European starlings Sturnus vulgarisWILLIAMS, Emma V; SWADDLE, John P.Journal of avian biology. 2003, Vol 34, Num 4, pp 371-378, issn 0908-8857, 8 p.Article

The function of bill-wipingCUTHILL, I; WITTER, M; CLARKE, L et al.Animal behaviour. 1992, Vol 43, pp 103-115, issn 0003-3472Article

Postjuvenile and postnuptial moult of the spotless starling (Sturnus unicolor)PERIS, S. J.Le Gerfaut. 1988, Vol 78, Num 2, pp 101-112, issn 0251-1193Article

Exogenous testosterone in female spotless starlings reduces their rate of extrapair offspringGARCIA-VIGON, Elena; CORDERO, Pedro J; VEIGA, José P et al.Animal behaviour. 2008, Vol 76, pp 345-353, issn 0003-3472, 9 p., 2Article

Propagating waves in starling, Sturnus vulgaris, flocks under predationPROCACCINI, Andrea; ORLANDI, Alberto; CARERE, Claudio et al.Animal behaviour (Print). 2011, Vol 82, pp 759-765, issn 0003-3472, 7 p., 4Article

Plumage condition affects flight performance in Common Starlings : implications for developmental homeostasis, abrasion and moultSWADDLE, J. P; WITTER, M. S; CUTHILL, I. C et al.Journal of avian biology. 1996, Vol 27, Num 2, pp 103-111, issn 0908-8857Article

Mate desertion by primary female European Starlings at the end of the nestling stageEENS, M; PINXTEN, R.Journal of avian biology. 1995, Vol 26, Num 3, pp 267-271, issn 0908-8857Article

Responses of male starlings to experimental intraspecific brood parasitismPINXTEN, R; EENS, M; VERHEYEN, R. F et al.Animal behaviour. 1991, Vol 42, pp 1028-1030, issn 0003-3472, 6Article

The effects of delaying the start of moult on the duration of moult, primary feather growth rates and feather mass in Common Starlings Sturnus vulgarisDAWSON, Alistair.Ibis (London. 1859). 2004, Vol 146, Num 3, pp 493-500, issn 0019-1019, 8 p.Article

Statut de l'étourneau unicolore Sturnus unicolor en Languedoc-Roussillon en 1993 = Status of the Spotless Starling Sturnus unicolor in Languedoc-Roussillon (southern France), in 1993CAMBRONY, M; MOTIS I BERTA, A.Alauda (Dijon). 1994, Vol 62, Num 2, pp 135-140, issn 0002-4619Article

Different circadian pacemakers control feeding and locomotor activity rhythms in European starlingsEBIHARA, S; GWINNER, E.Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology. 1992, Vol 171, Num 1, pp 63-67, issn 0340-7594Article

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