Natalie R. Doerr, Ph.D.

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2008 Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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John A Endler grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara
 (Male-male competition and the cost of display in the great bowerbird (Chlamydera nuchalis).)
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Doerr NR, Endler JA. (2015) Illusions vary because of the types of decorations at bowers, not male skill at arranging them, in great bowerbirds Animal Behaviour. 99: 73-82
Doerr NR. (2012) Male great bowerbirds accumulate decorations to reduce the annual costs of signal production Animal Behaviour. 83: 1477-1482
Doerr NR. (2010) Decoration supplementation and male-male competition in the great bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis): a test of the social control hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64: 1887-1896
Endler JA, Endler LC, Doerr NR. (2010) Great bowerbirds create theaters with forced perspective when seen by their audience. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 1679-84
Doerr NR. (2010) Does decoration theft lead to an honest relationship between male quality and signal size in great bowerbirds? Animal Behaviour. 79: 747-755
Doerr NR. (2010) Annual survival rates of bower-owning male Great Bowerbirds Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis in Townsville, Queensland Corella. 34: 14-16
Doerr NR. (2009) Do male Great Bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis) minimise the costs of acquiring bower decorations by reusing decorations acquired in previous breeding seasons? Emu. 109: 237-243
Doerr NR. (2009) Stealing rates in the great bowerbird (ptilonorhynchus nuchalis): Effects of the spatial arrangement of males and availability of decorations Emu. 109: 230-236
Doerr NR. (2008) Small nearest-neighbour distances between bowers in the Great Bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis Australian Field Ornithology. 25: 156-158
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