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Articles scientifiques :

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Flower T, Gribble M, Ridley A. Deception by flexible alarm mimicry in an African bird. Science 2014, 344:513-6.

Morell V. African bird “cries wolf” to steal food. Science/AAS / News May 01, 2014.

Feeney W, Langmore N. Social learning of a brood parasite by its host. Biology Letters 2013, 9:2013044.

Thorogood R, Davies N. Cuckoos combat socially transmitted defenses of reed warbler hosts with a plumage polymorphism. Science 2012, 337:578-80.

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