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Lamb SD, Taylor H, Holtmann B, Santos ESA, Tamayo JH, Johnson SL, Nakagawa S, Lara CE (2017) Coprophagy in Dunnocks (Prunella modularis): A behavior frequent in females, infrequent in males, and very unusual in nestlings. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, In Press

Holtmann B, Lagisz M, Nakagawa S (2016) Metabolic rates, and not hormone levels, are a likely mediator of between-individual differences in behaviour: a meta-analysis. Functional Ecology, doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12779

Holtmann B, Grosser S, Lagisz M, Johnson SL, Santos ESA, Lara CE, Robertson B, Nakagawa S (2016) Population differentiation and behavioural association of the two ‘personality’ genes DRD4 and SERT in dunnocks (Prunella modularis). Molecular Ecology 25: 706-722.

Tomkins S, Moore F, Holtmann B, Santos ESA, Lara CE (2015) Nest re-use by dunnocks (Prunella modularis) in New Zealand: and uncommon behaviour revealed through a long-term study. Notornis 62: 96-98.