Sonia Kleindorfer focuses on Ecology, Philornis downsi, Nest, Philornis and Darwin's finches. Her is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by her studies on Brood, Small ground finch and Altricial. Her Philornis downsi research is classified as research in Zoology.
Her study looks at the intersection of Zoology and topics like Host with Body condition, Sexual selection, Habitat and Larva. Her research integrates issues of Malurus and Predation in her study of Nest. Sonia Kleindorfer combines subjects such as Intraspecific competition, Ectoparasitism and Interspecific competition with her study of Philornis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Zoology, Philornis downsi, Darwin's finches and Nest. Her Ecology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Paternal care. Her research in Zoology focuses on subjects like Allopatric speciation, which are connected to Gene flow and Parapatric speciation.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mating and Philornis. Her Darwin's finches research also works with subjects such as
Sonia Kleindorfer mainly focuses on Zoology, Darwin's finches, Camarhynchus, Philornis downsi and Finch. Her Zoology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Protocalliphora and Philornis. Her studies in Darwin's finches integrate themes in fields like Microbiome, Adaptive radiation and Larval behaviour.
The various areas that Sonia Kleindorfer examines in her Philornis downsi study include Evolutionary biology, Muscidae, Fecundity selection and Genetic diversity. Her Habitat study is concerned with the field of Ecology as a whole. When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, her work on Nest site, Predation and Nest is frequently linked to work in Species identification, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Sonia Kleindorfer spends much of her time researching Zoology, Darwin's finches, Camarhynchus, Finch and Philornis downsi. Her work in the fields of Zoology, such as Precocial, overlaps with other areas such as Physiological responses. Her Darwin's finches research includes themes of Microbiome and Adaptive radiation.
Her Camarhynchus research includes elements of Evolutionary biology, Genetic diversity and Genetic admixture. Her Finch research incorporates themes from Medium tree finch and Plumage. Her Philornis downsi research is under the purview of Host.
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Embryonic Learning of Vocal Passwords in Superb Fairy-Wrens Reveals Intruder Cuckoo Nestlings
Diane Colombelli-Négrel;Mark Erno Hauber;Jeremy Robertson;Frank J. Sulloway.
Current Biology (2012)
An experimental study on the effects of an introduced parasite in Darwin's finches.
Biological Conservation (2006)
Effects of the parasitic flies of the genus Philornis (Diptera:Muscidae) on birds
The life-cycle of Philornis downsi (Diptera: Muscidae) parasitizing Darwin's finches and its impacts on nestling survival
Species Collapse via Hybridization in Darwin's Tree Finches
The American Naturalist (2014)
Nest height, nest concealment, and predator type predict nest predation in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus)
Ecological Research (2009)
Philornis downsi parasitism is the primary cause of nestling mortality in the critically endangered Darwin’s medium tree finch ( Camarhynchus pauper )
Biodiversity and Conservation (2010)
Interannual and interspecific variation in intensity of the parasitic fly, Philornis downsi, in Darwin’s finches
Biological Conservation (2007)
Avian nest defence behaviour: assessment in relation to predator distance and type, and nest height
Sonia Marie Kleindorfer;Birgit Fessl;Herbert Hoi.
Animal Behaviour (2005)
Effects of the introduced ectoparasite Philornis downsi on haemoglobin level and nestling survival in Darwin's Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa)
Austral Ecology (2006)
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