Susan B. McRae
Susan B. McRae
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A supergene determines highly divergent male reproductive morphs in the ruff
C Küpper, M Stocks, JE Risse, N Dos Remedios, LL Farrell, SB McRae, ...
Nature genetics 48 (1), 79-83, 2016
2232016
American robin nestlings compete by jockeying for position
SB McRae, PJ Weatherhead, R Montgomerie
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (2), 101-106, 1993
1481993
Intraspecific brood parasitism in the moorhen: parentage and parasite-host relationships determined by DNA fingerprinting
SB McRae, T Burke
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38 (2), 115-129, 1996
1091996
Family values: costs and benefits of communal nesting in the moorhen
SB McRAE
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 225-245, 1996
891996
Brood care in American robins: implications for mixed reproductive strategies by females
PJ Weatherhead, SB Mcrae
Animal Behaviour 39 (6), 1179-1188, 1990
661990
Temporal variation in responses to intraspecific brood parasitism in the moorhen
SB McRAE
Animal Behaviour 49 (4), 1073-1088, 1995
511995
Relative reproductive success of female moorhens using conditional strategies of brood parasitism and parental care
SB McRae
Behavioral Ecology 9 (1), 93-100, 1998
471998
A rise in nest predation enhances the frequency of intraspecific brood parasitism in a moorhen population
SB McRae
Journal of Animal Ecology, 143-153, 1997
471997
High rates of conspecific brood parasitism and egg rejection in coots and moorhens in ephemeral wetlands in Namibia
IG Jamieson, SB McRae, RE Simmons, M Trewby
The Auk 117 (1), 250-255, 2000
412000
Identifying eggs of conspecific brood parasites in the field: a cautionary note
SB McRae
Ibis (London. 1859) 139 (4), 701-704, 1997
371997
Brood parasitism in the moorhen: brief encounters between parasites and hosts and the significance of an evening laying hour
SB McRae
Journal of Avian Biology, 311-320, 1996
311996
Egg-laying times of American Robins
PJ Weatherhead, RD Montgomerie, SB McRae
The Auk 108 (4), 965-967, 1991
311991
Parental consumption of nestling feces: good food or sound economics?
PL Hurd, PJ Weatherhead, SB McRae
Behavioral Ecology 2 (1), 69-76, 1991
301991
The red gape of the nestling cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) is not a supernormal stimulus for three common hosts
DG Noble, NB Davies, IR Hartley, SB McRae
Behaviour 136 (6), 759-778, 1999
281999
Characterization of hypervariable microsatellites in the cooperatively breeding white-browed sparrow weaver Plocepasser mahali.
SB McRae, W Amos
Molecular Ecology 8 (5), 903, 1999
231999
A dominant allele controls development into female mimic male and diminutive female ruffs
DB Lank, LL Farrell, T Burke, T Piersma, SB McRae
Biology letters 9 (6), 20130653, 2013
222013
Plasticity in incubation behavior and shading by king rails Rallus elegans in response to temperature
AJ Clauser, SB McRae
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (4), 479-488, 2017
192017
Paternity exclusion by DNA fingerprinting, and mate guarding in the hooded seal Cystophora cristata
SB McRae, KM Kovacs
Molecular Ecology 3 (2), 101-107, 1994
181994
Why some rails have white tails: the evolution of white undertail plumage and anti-predator signaling
AT Stang, SB McRae
Evolutionary ecology 23 (6), 943-961, 2009
142009
Seasonal home range dynamics and sex differences in habitat use in a threatened, coastal marsh bird
JR Kolts, SB McRae
Ecology and evolution 7 (4), 1101-1111, 2017
132017
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