Scientific papers




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Scientific papers





  1. Taborsky, M., B. Hudde & P. Wirtz (1987): Reproductive behaviour and ecology of Sympho­dus (Crenilabrus) ocellatus, an European wrasse with four types of male behaviour. - Behaviour 102, 82-118.




  1. Hudde, B. (1990): Spacing pattern and social system of Brown Kiwis. Acta XX Congressus Inter­nationalis Ornithologici, Supplement, 372.




  1. Taborsky, B. (1990): Spatial organization of the North Island Brown Kiwis: sex, pairing status and territoriality. - Masters Thesis, University of Vienna




  1. Taborsky, M. & B. Hudde (1990): Introduced predators and vulnerable prey: a case study with kiwis. Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici, Supplement, 488.




  1. Taborsky, B. & M. Taborsky (1991). Social organization of North Island brown kiwi: Long-term pairs and three types of male spacing behaviour. - Ethology 89, 47-62.




  1. Taborsky, B. & M. Taborsky (1992): Spatial organization of the North Island brown kiwi Apter­yx australis mantelli: sex, pairing status and territoriality. - Ibis 134, 1-10.




  1. Taborsky, M. & B. Taborsky (1993): The kiwi's parental burden. - Natural History 102, 50-57.




  1. Taborsky, B. (1994): The significance of environmental variables for kiwi spacing. - Journal für Ornithologie 135 (Sonderheft), 190.




  1. Teuschl, Y., B. Taborsky & M. Taborsky (1994): Habitat imprinting and egg mimicry in Euro­pean cuckoos. - Journal für Ornithologie 135 (Sonderheft), 137.




  1. Czeika, S., B. Taborsky & M. Taborsky (1994): Food distribution and habitat selectivity in brown kiwi Apteryx australis. - Journal für Ornithologie 135 (Sonderheft), 171




  1. Taborsky, B. (1995): Habitat selectivity in a habitat generalist, the Brown Kiwi (Apteryx australis). - Dissertation, University of Vienna




  1. Taborsky, B. (1995): Wie nutzen Tiere ihr Habitat? Ergebnisse der Verhaltensforschung als Ausgangspunkt für Naturschutzmaßnahmen. - Der Ornithologische Beobachter 92, 287-296.




  1. Taborsky, B. & M. Taborsky (1995): Habitat use and selectivity of Brown Kiwi (Apteryx austra­lis mantelli) in a patchy environment. - Auk 112(3), 680-689.




  1. Taborsky, M. & B. Taborsky (Eds., 1997): Advances in Ethology 32 - Contributions to the XXV International Ethological Conference., Supplement to Ethology, 328 pp.




  1. Vogl, W., M. Taborsky, B. Taborsky, Y. Teuschl, M. Honza, A. Moksnes & E. Røskaft (1997): How do female cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) find their hosts? - In: Taborsky, M. & Taborsky, B. (eds.). Contributions to the XXV International Ethological Conference. Advances in Ethology 32, Supplement to Ethology, 162.




  1. Teuschl, Y., B. Taborsky & M. Taborsky (1998): How do cuckoos find their hosts? The role of habitat imprinting. - Animal Behaviour 56, 1425-1433.




  1. Taborsky, B. & M. Taborsky (1999): The mating system and stability of pairs in kiwi Apteryx spp. - Avian Biology 30(2), 143-151.




  1. Taborsky, B. (1999): The implications of indeterminate growth for life history evolution. - Contributions to the XXVI International Ethological Conference. Advances in Ethology 34, Supplement to Ethology, 57.




  1. Rudolfsen, G., A. Moksnes, E. Roskaft, M. Honza, O. Kleven, B. Taborsky, M. Taborsky, Y. Teuschl, & W. Vogl (1999): Host preference in the cuckoo. - Contributions to the XXVI International Ethological Conference. Advances in Ethology 34, Supplement to Ethology, 220.




  1. Taborsky, B. (1999): Size-dependent depth distribution in littoral fish: optimization or competitive exclusion. - In: V.C. Almada, R.F. Oliveira & E.J. Gonçalves (eds.) "Behaviour and Conservation of Littoral Fishes", 351-376. ISPA, Lisboa.




  1. Vogl, W., Taborsky, M., Taborsky, B., Teuschl,. Y. & Honza, M. (2002): Cuckoo females preferentially use specific habitats when searching for host nests. Animal Behaviour 64, 843-850.




  1. Honza, M., Taborsky, B., Taborsky, M., Vogl, W., Teuschl, Y., Moksnes, A. & Roskaft, E. (2002): Host nest-inspection and egg-laying of female cuckoos: A radio-telemetry study. Animal Behaviour 64, 861-868




  1. Taborsky, B., Dieckmann, U, & Heino, M. (2003): Unexpected discontinuities in life-history evolution under size-dependent mortality. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, Series B, 270, 713-721.




  1. Skjelseth, S., Moksnes, A., Røskaft, E., Gibbs, H.L., Taborsky, M., Taborsky, B., Honza, M. & Kleven, O. (2004): Parentage, host preference and egg constancy in the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus. Journal of Avian Biology 35, 21-24.




  1. Taborsky, B. & Foerster, K. (2004): Female mouthbrooders adjust incubation duration to perceived risk of predation. Animal Behaviour 68, 1275-1281.




  1. Grüter, C. & Taborsky, B. (2004): Mouthbrooding and biparental care: an unexpected combination, but male brood care pays. Animal Behaviour 68, 1283-1289.




  1. Vogl, W., Taborsky, B., Taborsky, M., Honza, M. & Teuschl, Y. (2004): Space Use of Female Cuckoos, Cuculus canorus canorus, during the egg laying phase. Behaviour, 141, 881-898.




  1. Grüter, C. & Taborsky, B. (2005): Sex ratio and the sexual conflict about brood care in a biparental mouthbrooder. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, In Press.




  1. Schürch, R. & Taborsky, B. (2005): The functional significance of a maternal mouthbrooder, Tropheus moorii. Behaviour, In Press.


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