Nummer Referens
107 Sejberg D, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2000. Nestling provisioning in polygynous great reed warblers (Acrocephalus arundinaceus): do males bring larger prey to compensate for fewer nest visits? Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 47:213-219.
106 Bensch S, Hasselquist D, Nielsen B, Nihlén C, Frodin P. 2000. Food resources and territory quality in the polygynous reed warbler. Biosystematics and Ecology.
105 Bensch S, Westerdahl H, Hansson B, Hasselquist D. 1999. Do females adjust the sex of their offspring in relation to the breeding sex ratio? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12:1104–1109.
104 Sondell J. 2000. Wing moult duration for the Reed Bunting Emberiza Schoeniclus at Kvismaren, central Sweden, with regard to data representa- tiveness and weather influence. Ornis Svecica 10:13-23.
103 Bensch S, Nielsen B. 1999. Autumn migration speed of juvenile Reed and Sedge Warblers in relation to date and fat loads. The Condor 101:153–156.
102 Hasselquist D, Langefors Å. 1998. Variable social mating system in the Sedge Warbler, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus. Ethology 104: 759-769.
101 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 1998. Årgång 14, 1999(2), 80 s. Örebro.
100 Hasselquist D. 1998. Polygyny in the great reed warbler: a long-term study of factors contributing to male fitness. Ecology 79: 2376-2390.
99 Åkesson S. 1999. Do passerine migrants captured at an inland site perform temporary reverse migration in autumn. Ardea 87(1):129-138 .
98 Bensch S, Hasselquist D, Nielsen B, Hansson B. 1998. Higher fitness for philopatric than for immigrant males in a semi-isolated population of great reed warblers. Evolution 52(3):877-883.
97 Langefors Å, Hasselquist D, von Schantz T. 1998. Extra-pair fertilizations in the Sedge Warbler. Journal of Avian Biology 29:134-144.
96 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 1997. Årgång 13, 1998(2), 60 s. Örebro.
95 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 1996. Årgång 12, 1997(2), 64 s. Örebro.
94 Hasselquist D, Bensch S, von Schantz T. 1996. Correlation between male song repertoire, extra-pair paternity and offspring survival in the great reed warbler. Nature 381(16):229-232.
93 Westerdahl H, Bensch S, Hansson B, Hasselquist D, von Schantz T. 1997. Sex ratio variation among broods of great reed warblers Acrocephalus arundinaceus. Molecular Ecology 6:543-548.
92 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 1997. Infanticide in the polygynous great reed warblers: secondary females destroy eggs of primary females. Animal Behaviour 54:297-304.
91 Bensch S, Källander H, Lager R. 1996. Mass and wing length of young Black- headed Gulls Larus ridibundus as predictors of age and survival. Ornis Svecica 6:57-66.
90 Hall S. 1996. The timing of post-juvenile moult and fuel deposition in relation to the onset of autumn migration in Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus and Sedge Warblers Acrocephalus schoenobaenus. Ornis Svecica 6:89-96.
89 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 1995. Årgång 11, 1996(2), 80 s. Örebro.
88 Bensch S. 1996. Female mating status and reproductive success in the great reed warbler: is there a potential cost of polygyny that requires compensation? Journal of Animal Ecology 65:283-296.