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31 references found for Estrilda astrild:
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2. Real, Raimundo; Marquez, Ana L.; Estrada, Alba; Munoz, A. Roman; Vargas, J. Mario, 2008. Modelling chorotypes of invasive vertebrates in mainland Spain. Diversity & Distributions. 14(2). MAR 2008. 364-373.
3. Reino, Luis; Moya-Larano, Jordi; Heitor, Antonio Claudio, 2009. Using survival regression to study patterns of expansion of invasive species: will the common waxbill expand with global warming? Ecography. 32(2). APR 2009. 237-246.
4. Agoramoorthy, Govindasamy & Minna J. Hsu, 2007. Ritual Releasing of Wild Animals Threatens Island Ecology. Hum Ecol (2007) 35:251–254
Summary: Available from: http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/species.jsp?lang=EN&avibaseid=ED43F1A8D71D5B16 [Accessed 3 July 2010]
6. Birchenough, A.C., G.W. Douglas and S.M. Evans, 2003. Assessing the distribution of estrildid finches on Vanuatu using local knowledge. Bird Conservation International (2003), 13:1:29-44
Summary: Available from: http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/species/index.html?action=SpcHTMDetails.asp&sid=8656&m=0 [Accessed 3 July 2010]
Summary: Available from: http://www.aos-uk.com/files/AscensionFieldReports/Report02.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
9. Bourne, W. R. P, 1954. The birds of the Cape Verde Islands. IBIS 97
10. Brooke, Richard K., Julie L. Lockwood and Michael P. Moulton, 1995. Patterns of success in passeriform bird introductions on Saint Helena. Oecologia Volume 103, Number 3 / August, 1995
11. De Naurois, 1988. Birds of the Genera Passer and Estrilda in the Caper Verde Archipelago Portugal. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal.(40). 1988. 253-273.
12. Duffey, Eric, 1964. The Terrestrial Ecology of Ascension Island. Journal of Applied Ecology, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Nov., 1964), pp. 219-251
13. Ferreira, L. F. F., 1980. Information on the distribution of Estrilda astrild (Aves Estrildidae) in Portugal. Boletim da Sociedade Portuguesa de Ciencias Naturais. 20(2). 1980, 1981. 19-24.
Summary: Available from: http://www.avescanarias.com/pdfs/PDF%2011.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
Summary: Available from: http://www.aos-uk.com/files/AscensionFieldReports/Report06.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
Summary: Available from: http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=179610 [Accessed 3 July 2010]
17. Lewis, Colin A., 2008. Late Glacial and Holocene avifauna of St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa Vol. 63(2) 128 — 144
18. Lockwood, Julie L. and Michael P. Moulton, 1984. Ecomorphological pattern in influence of competition and preserves Bermuda birds: implications for nature preserves. Evolutionary Ecology, 1994, 8, 53-60
19. Michael, Moulton and James, S. Anderson, 1997. Predicting the Fates of Passeriform Introductions on Oceanic Islands. Conservation Biology, Volume 11, Issue 2 (p 552-558)
20. Moulton, Michael P. and David K. Ferris, 1991. Summer Diets of Some Introduced Hawaiian Finches. The Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 103, No. 2 (Jun., 1991), pp. 286-292
Summary: Available from: http://www.aos-uk.com/files/AscensionFieldReports/Report04.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
Summary: Available from: http://si-pddr.si.edu/dspace/bitstream/10088/1952/2/SCtP-0023-Lo_res.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
23. Petronilho, Joao M. S.; Vingada, Jose V.; Ferreira, Joao, 2004. Exotic birds in Quiaios-Mira coast (Beira litoral, Portugal) AIRO. 14 2004. 114-120.
Summary: Available from: http://webpages.icav.up.pt/PTDC/BIA-BEC/098414/2008/Reino%20e%20Silva%201998.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
25. Reino, Luis, 2005. Variation partitioning for range expansion of an introduced species: the common waxbill Estrilda astrild in Portugal. Journal of Ornithology. 146(4). OCT 2005. 377-382.
26. Schuetz, Justin G., 2005. Common waxbills use carnivore scat to reduce the risk of nest predation. Behavioral Ecology. 16(1). January 2005. 133-137.
Summary: Available from: http://tai2.ntu.edu.tw/taiwania/pdf/tai.2006.51.2.81.pdf [Accessed 3 July 2010]
28. Silva, Tiago; Reino, Luis M.; Borralho, Rui, 2002. A model for range expansion of an introduced species: The common waxbill Estrilda astrild in Portugal. Diversity & Distributions. 8(6). November 2002. 319-326.
29. Stonehouse, Bernard, 1962. Ascension Island and the British Ornithologists' Union Centenary Expedition 1957-59. The IBIS Vol. 103b, No. 2, 1962
30. Tenreiro, Paulo J. Q.; Petronilho, Joao M. S., 2002. Nesting period and biometrics of the Common Waxbill Estrilda astrild in Central Portugal. AIRO. 12 2002. 125-128.
31. Voss, W. A., 1979. Occurrence of the Common Waxbill Estrilda astrild in the city of Novo-Hamburgo Brazil Estrildidae Aves. Pesquisas Zoologia (Porto Alegre).(31). 1979. 25-28.