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Székely T., 2020.  Review of The Population Ecology and Conservation of Charadrius Plovers, Mark A., Haig C., Haig S. M. The Condor: Ornithological Applications Volume 122, 2020, pp. 1–2 – full text freely available here

Ancona S., Liker A., Carmona-Isunza MC., Székely T., 2020. Sex differences in age‐to‐maturation relate to sexual selection and adult sex ratios in birds. Evolution Letters https://doi.org/10.1002/evl3.156



Kubelka V., Sládeček M., Zámečník V., Vozabulová E., Šálek M. 2019. Seasonality predicts egg size better than nesting habitat in a precocial shorebird. Ardea 107: 239–250. – full text freely available here

Wang X., Maher K. H., Zhang N., Que P. et al. 2019. Demographic Histories and Genome-Wide Patterns of Divergence in Incipient Species of Shorebirds. Frontiers in Genetics doi: 10.3389/fgene.2019.00919 – full text freely availble here

Kubelka V., Mlíkovsky J., Zavadilová V., Frencl M., Ivanov A., Litvinov K., Šálek M.  2019.  Pilot study on nest predation in shorebirds breeding at the Caspian steppe lakes, Wader Study, 126(2):142-150. – full text freely available here

Wang, X., Que, P., Heckel, G. et al. 2019. Genetic, phenotypic and ecological differentiation suggests incipient speciation in two Charadrius plovers along the Chinese coast. BMC Evolutionary Biology19, 135. – full text freely available here

Kubelka V., Šálek M., Tomkovich P., Végvári Zs., Freckleton R.  P., Székely T. 2019. Response to Comment on “Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds”.  Science 364(6445):eaaw9893  – full text freely available here

Halimubieke N., Valdebenito J. O., Harding P., Cruz-López M., Serrano-Meneses M. A., James R., Kupán K., Székely T.  2019. Mate fidelity in a polygamous shorebird, the snowy plover (Charadrius nivosus), Ecology and Evolution 9(18): 10734–10745  – full text freely available here

Kubelka, V., Sládeček, M. & Šálek M. 2019. Great variability in nest lining size: support for thermoregulation but not for anti-predatory adaptation hypothesis. J Ornithol 160, 993–1002 – full text freely available here

Kingma, S. A. & Székely T. 2019. Social behaviour: males help when mates are rare. Current Biology 29, R370-R372 – full text freely available here

Székely T. 2019. Why study plovers? The significance of non-model organisms in avian ecology, behaviour and evolution. J Ornithol 160, 923–933  – full text freely available here

Bókony, V., G. Milne, I. Pipoly, Székely T. & Liker A. 2019. Sex ratios and bimaturism differ between temperature-dependent and genetic sex determination systems in reptiles. BMC Evolutionary Biology 19, 57 full text freely available here

Que, P., Székely, T., Wang, P. et al. 2019. Offspring sex ratio is unrelated to parental quality and time of breeding in a multiple-breeding shorebird. J Ornithol  160: 443–452 full text freely available here


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