Canniff L., Dainson M., López A. V., Hauber M. E., Grim T., Samaš P. & Hanley D. 2018: Probing the limits of egg recognition using egg rejection experiments along phenotypic gradients. Journal of Visualized Experiments xxx (doi: xxx)

Tyller Z., Kysučan M. & Grim T. 2018: Postfledging behavior of the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) attended by the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs): a comprehensive approach to study the least known stage of brood parasite–host coevolution. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(2): xxx–xxx. (doi: –) Supplementary material video


Briedis M., Hahn S. & Adamík P. 2017: Cold spell en route delays spring arrival and decreases apparent survival in a long-distance migratory songbird. BMC Ecology 17: 11.

Dainson M., Hauber M. E., López A. V., Grim T. & Hanley D. 2017: Does contrast between eggshell ground and spot coloration affect egg rejection? The Science of Nature 104(7-8): 54.

Friedman N. R., &  Remeš V. 2017: Ecogeographical gradients in plumage coloration among Australasian songbird clades. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26:261-274.

Grim T. 2017: Chick discrimination versus adaptive parasitic egg acceptance: the egg dilution effect hypothesis revisited. Ornithological Science 16(2): 163–170.

Grim T., Tyller Z. & Samaš P. 2017: Unusual diet of brood parasite nestlings and its fitness consequences. Auk 134(3): 732–750. Supplemental Material Videos.  Video S1, Video S2, Video S3, Video S4

Hanley D.
, Grim T., Igic B., Samaš P., López A. V., Shawkey M. D. & Hauber M. E. 2017: Egg discrimination along a gradient of natural variation in eggshell coloration. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 284(1848): 20162592.   Dryad data set

Holcová Gazárková A., Kryštufek B. & Adamík P. 2017: Anomalous coat colour in the fat dormouse (Glis glis): a review with new records. Mammalia 81(6): 595-600.

Igic B., Hauber M. E., Moskát C., Grim T., Shawkey M. D., Procházka P. & Honza 2017: Brood parasite and host eggshells undergo similar levels of decalcification during embryonic development. Journal of Zoology 301(3): 165–173.

Kolářová E., Matiu M., Menzel A., Nekovář J., Lumpe P. & Adamík P. 2017. Changes in spring arrival dates and temperature sensitivity of migratory birds over two centuries. International Journal of Biometeorology 61: 1279-1289.

Korňan, M. & Adamík, P. 2017: Tree species preferences of foraging insectivorous birds in a primeval mountain mixed forest: implications for management. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 32: 671-678.

Manna T., Cooper C., Baylis S., Shawkey M. D., Waterhouse G. I. N., Grim T. & Hauber M. E. 2017: Does the house sparrow Passer domesticus represent a global model species for egg rejection behavior? Journal of Avian Biology 48(3): 346–352. Dryad data set.

Matysioková B., Friedman N., Turčoková L, & Remeš V. 2017. The evolution of feather coloration and song in Old World orioles (genus Oriolus). Journal of Avian Biology 48:1015-1024.

Mouton A., Mortelliti A., Grill A., Sara M., Kryštufek B., Juškaitis R., Latinne A., Amori G., Randi E., Büchner S., Schulz B., Ehlers S., Lang J., Adamík P., Verbeylen G., Dorenbosch M., Trout R., Elmeros M., Aloise G., Mazzoti S., Matur F., Poitevin F. & Michaux J.R. 2017. Evolutionary history and species delimitations: a case study of the hazel dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius. Conservation Genetics 18: 181-196.

Samaš P., Heryán J. & Grim T. 2017: Corrigendum Samaš et al. 2013: Sylvia 49: 21–38. Sylvia 53: 92. (in Czech and English)

Samia D., Blumstein D. T., Diaz M., Grim T., Ibáñez-Álamo J. D., Jokimäki J., Tätte K., Markó G., Tryjanowski P. & Møller A. P. 2017: Rural-urban differences in escape behavior of European birds across a latitudinal gradient. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  5: 66.

Stádník L., Bezdíček J., Makarevich A., Kubovičová E., Louda F., Fellnerová I., Hegedüšová Z., Holásek R. 2017: Ovarian activity and embryo yield in relation to the postpartum period in superovulated dairy cows. Acta Vet Brno 86: 51–57.

Tyller Z., Kysučan M. & Grim T. 2017: Post-fledging behavior of the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) attended by the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs): a comprehensive approach to study the least known stage of brood parasite-host coevolution. Wilson Journal of Ornithology xxx(x): xxx–xxx.