Professor Sonia Kleindorfer
Professor Sonia Kleindorfer
University of Vienna and Flinders University
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Embryonic learning of vocal passwords in superb fairy-wrens reveals intruder cuckoo nestlings
D Colombelli-Négrel, ME Hauber, J Robertson, FJ Sulloway, H Hoi, ...
Current Biology 22 (22), 2155-2160, 2012
The life-cycle of Philornis downsi (Diptera: Muscidae) parasitizing Darwin's finches and its impacts on nestling survival
B Fessl, BJ Sinclair, S Kleindorfer
Parasitology 133 (6), 739-747, 2006
Nest height, nest concealment, and predator type predict nest predation in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus)
D Colombelli-Négrel, S Kleindorfer
Ecological Research 24, 921-928, 2009
Species collapse via hybridization in Darwin’s tree finches
S Kleindorfer, JA O’Connor, RY Dudaniec, SA Myers, J Robertson, ...
The American Naturalist 183 (3), 325-341, 2014
An experimental study on the effects of an introduced parasite in Darwin’s finches
B Fessl, S Kleindorfer, S Tebbich
Biological Conservation 127 (1), 55-61, 2006
Effects of the parasitic flies of the genus Philornis (Diptera: Muscidae) on birds
RY Dudaniec, S Kleindorfer
Emu-Austral Ornithology 106 (1), 13-20, 2006
Philornis downsi parasitism is the primary cause of nestling mortality in the critically endangered Darwin’s medium tree finch (Camarhynchus pauper)
JA O’Connor, FJ Sulloway, J Robertson, S Kleindorfer
Biodiversity and Conservation 19, 853-866, 2010
Avian nest defence behaviour: assessment in relation to predator distance and type, and nest height
S Kleindorfer, B Fessl, H Hoi
Animal Behaviour 69 (2), 307-313, 2005
Interannual and interspecific variation in intensity of the parasitic fly, Philornis downsi, in Darwin’s finches
RY Dudaniec, B Fessl, S Kleindorfer
Biological Conservation 139 (3-4), 325-332, 2007
Effects of the introduced ectoparasite Philornis downsi on haemoglobin level and nestling survival in Darwin's Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa)
RY Dudaniec, S Kleindorfer, B Fessl
Austral Ecology 31 (1), 88-94, 2006
Host-parasite ecology, behavior and genetics: a review of the introduced fly parasite Philornis downsi and its Darwin’s finch hosts
S Kleindorfer, RY Dudaniec
Bmc Zoology 1, 1-19, 2016
Increasing prevalence of avian poxvirus in Darwin's finches and its effect on male pairing success
S Kleindorfer, RY Dudaniec
Journal of Avian Biology 37 (1), 69-76, 2006
Adaptive divergence in contiguous populations of Darwin's small ground finch (Geospiza fuliginosa)
SM Kleindorfer, TW Chapman, H Winkler, F Sulloway
Alarm calls and chick reactions in the moustached warbler, Acrocephalus melanopogon
S Kleindorfer, H Hoi, B Fessl
Animal Behaviour 51 (6), 1199-1206, 1996
Distribution and abundance of Darwin’s finches and other land birds on Santa Cruz Island, Galápagos: evidence for declining populations
M Dvorak, B Fessl, E Nemeth, S Kleindorfer, S Tebbich
Oryx 46 (1), 78-86, 2012
Effects of salinity levels and seed mass on germination in Australian species of Frankenia L.(Frankeniaceae)
LC Easton, S Kleindorfer
Environmental and Experimental Botany 65 (2-3), 345-352, 2009
Distribution of the introduced parasitic fly Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) in the Galápagos Islands
DA Wiedenfeld, B Fessl, S Kleindorfer, JC Valarezo
Pacific conservation biology 13 (1), 14-19, 2007
Love thy neighbour? Social nesting pattern, host mass and nest size affect ectoparasite intensity in Darwin’s tree finches
S Kleindorfer, RY Dudaniec
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 731-739, 2009
Climate or host availability: what determines the seasonal abundance of ticks?
M Oorebeek, S Kleindorfer
Parasitology research 103, 871-875, 2008
Video analysis of host–parasite interactions in nests of Darwin’s finches
JA O’Connor, J Robertson, S Kleindorfer
Oryx 44 (4), 588-594, 2010
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