Publications

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Slender, A., Bradford, T., Bertozzi, T., Graf, S.S. and Gardner, M.G. (2020). Subtle genetic clustering among South Australian colonies of little penguins (Eudyptula minor). Conservation Genetics 21, pp. 747-756.

Common, L.K., O’Connor, J.A, Dudaniec, R.Y, Peters, K.J and Kleindorfer S. (2020). Evidence for rapid downward fecundity selection in an ectoparasite (Philornis downsi) with earlier host mortality in Darwin’s finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (4), pp. 524-533.

Kleindorfer, S. and Dudaniec, R.Y. (2020). Hybridization fluctuates with rainfall in Darwin’s tree finches. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 130 (1), 79-88.

Cantor, E., Lewis, T., Louter, M., Smith, K., Schmitke, D., Moore, C. and Kleindorfer, S. (2019). Nest site attributes and nesting outcome in the vulnerable eastern Regent Parrot (Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides). Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 143(1), pp. 147-165.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2019). Benefits, costs and trade-offs of nesting habitat selection in little penguins. Journal of Ornithology 160 (2), 515-527.

Common, L.K., Dudaniec, R.Y., Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Kleindorfer, S. (2019). Taxonomic shifts in Philornis larval behaviour and rapid changes in Philornis downsi Dodge & Aitken (Diptera: Muscidae), an invasive avian parasite on the Galápagos Islands. In: “Life Cycle and Development of Diptera”. IntechOpen, London.

Kleindorfer, S., Custance, G., Peters, K.J. and Sulloway, F.J. (2019). Introduced parasite changes host phenotype, mating signal and hybridization risk: Philornis downsi effects on Darwin’s finch song. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286, pp. 20190461.

Langton, A. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2019). Minimum longevity and age-related male plumage in Darwin’s finches on Floreana Island. Journal of Ornithology, 160(2) pp. 351-361.

Lewis, T., Cantor, E., Louter, M., Smith, K., Schmitke, D., Moore, C., et al. (2019). Heterospecific competition in a threatened cavity nesting parrot: a case study of the Eastern Regent Parrot (Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides). Emu 119, pp. 116-125.

Loo, W.T., Dudaniec, R.Y., Kleindorfer, S. and Cavanaugh, C.M. (2019). An inter-island comparison of Darwin’s finches reveals the impact of habitat, host phylogeny, and island on the gut microbiome. PloS One 14 (12), e0226432.

Loo, W.T., García-Loor, J., Dudaniec, R.Y., Kleindorfer, S. and Cavanaugh, C.M. (2019). Host phylogeny, diet, and habitat differentiate the gut microbiomes of Darwin’s finches on Santa Cruz Island. Scientific Reports 9 (1), pp. 1-12.

Peters, K.J., Evans, C., Aguirre, J.D. & Kleindorfer, S. (2019). Genetic admixture predicts parasite intensity: evidence for increased hybrid performance in Darwin’s tree finches. Royal Society Open Science 6, pp. 181616.

Rivera, M., Cealie, M., Hauber, M.E., Kleindorfer, S.M. and Liu, W.C. (2019). Neural activation in response to conspecific songs in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) embryos and nestlings. Neuroreport 30(3), pp. 217-221.

Reid, E., Naikatani, A., Keppel, G. and Kleindorfer, S. (2019). The conservation value of secondary vegetation for Fijian woodland birds. Emu 119, pp. 286-295.

Anderson, J., Keppel, G., Thomson, S.M., Randell, A., Raituva, J., Koroi, I., et al. (2018). Changes in climate and vegetation with altitude on Mount Batilamu, Viti Levu, Fiji. Journal of Tropical Ecology 34(5), pp. 316-325.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Smale, R. (2018). Habitat explained micro-geographic variation in little penguin growl calls. The Auk 135, pp. 44-59.

Katsis, A.C., Mzuri, D.H., Buchanan, K.L., Kleindorfer, S., Hauber, M.E. and Marriette, M.M. (2018). Prenatal exposure to incubation calls affects song learning in the zebra finch. Scientific Reports 8(1), p. 15232.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Evans, C., Hauber, M.E. and Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2018). Could prenatal sound discrimination predict vocal complexity later in life? BMC Zoology 3, p. 11.

Kleindorfer, S., Hauber, M.E. and Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2018). Teaching behaviour is responsive and costly in fairy-wrens though the time course needs to be defined. Behavioral Ecology 29, pp 3-4.

Rivera, M., Louder, M., Kleindorfer, S.M., Liu, W.C. and Hauber, M.E. (2018). Avian prenatal auditory stimulation: progress and perspectives. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72(7), pp. 112.

Slender, A.L., Louder, M., Gardner, M.G. and Kleindorfer, S. (2018). Thick-billed grasswren (Amytornis modestus) songs differ across subspecies and elicit different subspecific behavioural responses. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 142, pp. 105-121.

Ben-Yosef, M., Zaada, D., Dudaniec, R., Pasternik, Z., Jurkevitch, E., Smith, R.J., et al. (2017). Host-specific associations affect the microbiome of Philornis downsi, an introduced parasite to the Galápagos Islands. Molecular Ecology 26, pp. 4644-4656.

Brouwer, L., van de Pol, M., Aranzamendi, N.H., Bain, G., Baldassarre, D.T., Brooker, L.C., et al. (2017). Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra-pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family. Molecular Ecology 26(23), pp. 6717-6729.

Clark, T., Kleindorfer, S. and Dudaniec, R. (2017). Baseline and stress-induced blood properties of male and female Darwin’s small ground finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) of the Galapagos Islands. General and Comparative Endocrinology 259, pp. 199-206.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Evans, C. (2017). Superb fairy-wrens respond more to alarm calls from mate and kin compared to unrelated individuals. Behavioural Ecology 28, pp. 1101-1112.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2017). Prenatal environment affects embryonic response to song. Biology Letters 13(8), pp. 20170302.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Tomo, I. (2017). Identification of terrestrial predators at two Little Penguin colonies. Australian Field Ornithology 34, pp. 1-9.

Keppel, G., Anderson, S., Williams, C., Kleindorfer, S.M. and O’Connell, C. (2017). Microhabitats and canopy cover buffer summer high summer temperatures in a fragmented Mediterranean landscape. PLoS One 12(8), pp. e0183106.

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Peters, K.J. (2017). Avian population trends in Scalesia forest on Floreana Island (2004-2013): Acoustical surveys cannot detect hybrids of Darwin’s tree finches (Camarhynchus spp.) Bird Conservation International 28 (2), pp. 319-335.

Peters, K.J., Myers, S.A., Dudaniec, R., O’Connor, J.A. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2017). Females drive asymmetrical introgressive hybridisation from rare to common species in Darwin’s tree finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30(11), pp. 1940-1952.

Slender, A.L., Louter, M.C.J., Gardner, M.G. and Kleindorfer, S. (2017). Plant community predicts the distribution and occurrence of thick-billed grasswren subspecies (Amytornis modestus) in a region of parapatry. Australian Journal of Zoology 65(4), pp. 273-282.

Slender, A.L., Louter, M.C.J., Gardner, M.G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2017). Patterns of morphological and mitochondrial diversity in parapatric subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis modestus) Emu 117(3), pp. 264-275.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2016). Both natural selection and isolation by distance explain phenotypic divergence in bill size and body mass between South Australian little penguin colonies. Ecology and Evolution 6, pp. 7965-7975.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2016). Female splendid and variegated fairy-wrens display different strategies during territory defence. Animal Behaviour 119, pp. 99-110.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Webster, M., Dowling, J., Hauber, M. and Kleindorfer, S. (2016). Vocal imitation of mother’s calls by begging red-backed fairy wren nestlings increases parental provisioning. The Auk 133, pp. 273-285.

Dowling, J., Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Webster, M. (2016). Kin signatures learned from Mom: Red-backed Fairy-wren songs are similar to their mother’s in-nest calls and songs. Frontier in Ecology and Evolution 4, p. 48.

Evans, C. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2016). Superb fairy-wren (Malurus cyaneus) sons and daughters acquire song elements of mothers and social fathers. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4, p. 9.

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Dudaniec, R. (2016). Host-parasite ecology, behavior and genetics: a review of the introduced fly parasite Philornis downsi and its Darwin’s finch hosts. BMC Zoology 1, p. 1.  

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Sulloway, F. (2016). Naris deformation in Darwin’s Finches: Experimental and historical evidence for a post- 1960s arrival of the parasite Philornis downsi. Global Ecology and Conservation, 7 pp. 122-131.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Evans, C. and Mahr, K. (2016). Female in-nest chatter song increases predation. Biology Letters 12(1), pp. 20150513.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Peters, K.J., Hohl, L. and Sulloway, F. (2016). Flight behaviour of an introduced parasite affects its Galapagos Island hosts: Philornis downsi and Darwin’s finches. In Judith S. Weis and Daniel Sol, ed. Biological Invasion and Animal Behaviour. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, pp. 158-179.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2015). Low survival rather than breeding success explains little penguin population decline on Granite Island. Marine & Fresh Water Research 66(11), pp. 1057-1065.

Peters, K. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2015). Divergent foraging behavior in a hybrid zone: Darwin’s tree finches (Camarhynchus spp.) on Floreana Island. Current Zoology 61(1), pp. 181-190.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Hauber, M. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2014). Prenatal learning in an Australian songbird: habituation and individual discrimination in superb fairy-wren embryos. Proceedings of The Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 281(1797), pp. 1471-1476.

Kleindorfer, S., Evans, C. and Colombelli-Négrel, D. (2014). Females that experience threat are better teachers. Biology Letters 10(5), pp. 20140046.

Kleindorfer, S., Hoi, H., Evans, C., Mahr, K., Robertson, G., Hauber, M., et al. (2014). The cost of teaching embryos in superb fairywrens. Behavioral Ecology 25(5), pp. 1131-1135.

Kleindorfer, S., O’Connor, J.A., Dudaniec, R., Myers, S., Robertson, G. and Sulloway, F. (2014). Species collapse via hybridization in Darwin’s tree finches on Floreana Island. American Naturalist 183(3), pp. 325-341.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Peters, K., Custance, G., Dudaniec, R. and O’Connor, J.A. (2014). Changes in Philornis infestation behavior threaten Darwin’s finch survival. Current Zoology 60, pp. 542-550.

O’Connor, J.A., Robertson, G. and Kleindorfer, S. (2014). Darwin’s Finch Begging Intensity Does Not Honestly Signal Need in Parasitised Nests. Ethology 120(3), pp. 228-237.

Zanollo, V., Griggio, M., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2014). Assortative pairings in Diamond Firetails (Stagonopleura guttata) are not the result of mutual mate choice for an ornament. Ethology 120(10), pp. 951-964.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Evans, C., Colombelli-Négrel, D., Robertson, G., Griggio, M. and Hoi, H. (2013). Host response to cuckoo song is predicted by the future risk of brood parasitism. Frontiers in Zoology 10, pp. 30-39.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Evans, C., Mihailova, M., Colombelli-Négrel, D., Hoi, H., Griggio, M., et al. (2013). When subspecies matter: resident Superb Fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus) distinguish the sex and subspecies of intruder birds. Emu 113(3), pp. 259-269.

Sulloway, F. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2013). Adaptive Divergence in Darwin’s Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa): Divergent Selection along a Cline. Biological Journal of The Linnean Society 110, pp. 45-59.

van de Pol, M., Brouwer, L., Brooker, L.C., Brooker, M.G., Colombelli-Négrel, D., Hall, M.L., Langmore, N.E., Peters, A., Pruett-Jones, S., Russell, E.M., Webster, M.S. and Cockburn, A. (2013). Problems in using large-scale oceanic climate indices to compare climatic sensitivities across populations and species. Ecography 36, pp. 001-007.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Hauber, M., Robertson, G., Sulloway, F., Hoi, H., Griggio, M., et al. (2012). Embryonic learning of vocal passwords in superb fairy-wrens reveals intruder cuckoo nestlings. Current Biology 22(22), pp. 2155-2160.

Crowhurst, C., Zanollo, V., Griggio, M., Robertson, G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2012). White Flank Spots Signal Feeding Dominance in Female Diamond Firetails, Stagonopleura guttata. Journal of Ethology 118(1), pp. 63-75. P

Dvorak, M., Fessl, B., Nemeth, E., Kleindorfer, S.M. and Tebbich, S. (2012). Distribution and abundance of Darwin’s finches and other land birds on Santa Cruz Island, Galápagos: evidence for declining populations. Oryx 46(1), pp. 78-86.

Galligan, T., Donnellan, S.C., Sulloway, F.J., Fitch, A.J., Bertozzi, T. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2012). Panmixia supports divergence with gene flow in Darwin’s small ground finch, Geospiza fuliginosa, on Santa Cruz, Galápagos Islands. Molecular Ecology 21(9), pp. 2106-2115.

Myers, S., Paton, D. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2012). Sex determination by morphology in New Holland Honeyeaters, Phylidonyris novaehollandiae: contrasting two popular techniques across regions. South Australian Ornithologist 38(1/2), pp. 1-11.

Myers, S.A., Donnellan, S. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2012). Rainfall can explain adaptive phenotypic variation with high gene flow in the New Holland Honeyeater (Phylidonyris novaehollandiae) Ecology and Evolution 2(10), pp. 2397-2412.

Zanollo, V.B., Griggio, M., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2012). The number and coloration of white flank spots predict the strength of a cutaneous immune response in female Diamond Firetails, Stagonopleura guttata. Journal of Ornithology 153(4), pp. 1233-1244.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2011). Risky revelations: Superb Fairy-wrens Malurus cyaneus respond more strongly to their mate’s alarm song. Journal of Ornithology 152(1), pp. 127-135.

Dudaniec, R., Schlotfeldt, B., Bertozzi, T., Donnellan, S. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2011). Genetic and morphological divergence in island and mainland birds: informing conservation priorities. Biological Conservation 144(12), pp. 2902-2912.

McGuire, A.L., Johnston, G., Robertson, G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2011). Comparison of survey methods for detection of the elusive Western Whipbird, Psophodes nigrogularis, with notes on its distribution. South Australian Ornithologist 37(2), pp. 49-59.

Christensen, R., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Male response to intruders is related to song characteristics in Darwin’s small tree finch (Camarhynchus parvulus) Journal of Ethology 28, pp. 371-377.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Video nest monitoring reveals male coloration-dependant nest predation and sex differences in prey size delivery in a bird under high sexual selection. Journal of Ornithology 151(2), pp. 507-512.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Nestling presence affects the anti-predator response of adult superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus) Acta Ethologica 13(2), pp. 69-74.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Robertson, G.J., Sulloway, F. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Extended parental care of fledglings: Parent birds adjust anti-predator response according to predator type and distance. Behaviour 147, pp. 853-870.

Dudaniec, R., Gardner, M.G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Offspring genetic structure reveals mating and nest infestation behaviour of an invasive parasitic fly (Philornis downsi) of Galápagos birds. Biological Invasions 12(3), pp. 581-592.

Galligan, T. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Loss of assortative pairing following colonization of a new environment by Darwins small ground finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) Evolutionary Ecology Research 12(6), pp. 751-760.

Myers, S., Brown, G.P. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Divergence in New Holland Honeyeaters (Phylidonyris novaehollandiae): evidence from morphology and feeding behaviour. Journal of Ornithology 151(2), pp. 287-296.

O’Connor, J., Dudaniec, R. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Parasite infestation in Galapagos birds: contrasting two elevational habitats between islands. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26(3), pp. 285-292.

O’Connor, J., Sulloway, F. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Avian Population Survey in the Floreana Highlands: Is the Medium Tree Finch declining in remnant patches of Scalesia forest? Bird Conservation International 20(4), pp. 343-353.

O’Connor, J., Sulloway, F., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Philornis downsi parasitism is the primary cause of nestling mortality in the critically endangered Darwin’s medium tree finch (Camarhynchus pauper) Biodiversity and Conservation 19, pp. 853-866.

O’Connor, J., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2010). Video analysis of host-parasite interactions in Darwin’s finch nests. Oryx 44(4), pp. 588-594.

Chapman, T.W., Oorebeek, M., Marando, L.G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). Genetic structure in ixodid ticks from Kangaroo Island and the South Australia mainland. Australian Journal of Entomology 48(1), pp. 40-46.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). Nest height, nest concealment, and predator type predict nest predation in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus) Ecological Research 24(4), pp. 921-928.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Robertson, G.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). A new audio-visual technique for effectively monitoring nest predation and the behaviour of nesting birds. Emu 109(1), pp. 83-88.

Colombelli-Négrel, D., Schlotfeldt, B.E. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). High levels of extra-pair paternity in Superb Fairywrens in South Australia despite low frequency of auxiliary males. Emu 109(4), pp. 300-304.

Easton, L.C. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). Effects of salinity levels and seed mass on germination in Australian species of Frankenia L. (Frankeniaceae) Environmental and Experimental Botany 65(2-3), pp. 345-352.

Galligan, T. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). Naris and beak malformation caused by the parasitic fly, Philornis downsi (Diptera: Muscidae), in Darwin’s small ground finch, Geospiza fuliginosa (Passeriformes: Emberizidae) Biological Journal of The Linnean Society 98(3), pp. 577-585.

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Dudaniec, R. (2009). Love thy neighbour? Social nesting pattern, host mass, and nest size affect ectoparasite intensity in Darwin’s tree finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63(5), pp. 731-739.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Sulloway, F. and O’Connor, J. (2009). Mixed species nesting associations in Darwin’s tree finches: nesting pattern predicts predation outcome. Biological Journal of The Linnean Society 98(2), pp. 313-324.

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Mitchell, J.G. (2009). Biological networks: rainforests, coral reefs, and the Galapagos islands. In Paul R Kleindorfer and Yoram (Jerry) Wind, ed. The network challenge: strategy, profit, and risk in an interlinked world. New Jersey, USA: Wharton School Publishing, pp. 85-104.

Myers, S., Gardner, M.G., Donnellan, S. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). New Holland honeyeater (Phylidonyris novaehollandiae) microsatellites: isolation and characterisation of 15 novel markers using an enrichment method. Molecular Ecology Resources 9(3), pp. 1052- 1054.

Oorebeek, M. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). The prevalence and intensity of tick infestation in passerines from South Australia. Emu 109(2), pp. 121-125.

Oorebeek, M., Sharrad, R.D. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2009). What attracts larval Ixodes hirsti (Acari: Ixodidae) to their host? Parasitology Research 104(3), pp. 623-628.

Colombelli-Négrel, D. and Kleindorfer, S. (2008). In superb fairy wrens (Malurus cyaneus), nuptial males have more blood parasites and higher haemoglobin concentration than eclipsed males. Australian Journal of Zoology 56, pp. 117-121.

Dudaniec, R., Gardner, M.G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2008). Isolation, characterization and multiplex polymerase chain reaction of novel microsatellite loci for the avian parasite Philornis downsi (Diptera: Muscidae) Molecular Ecology Resources 8(1), pp. 142-144.

Dudaniec, R., Gardner, M.G., Donnellan, S.C. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2008). Genetic variation in the invasive avian parasite, Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) on the Galapagos archipelago. BMC Ecology 8, pp. 13.

Easton, L.C. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2008). Interaction effects of seed mass and temperature on germination in Australian species of Frankenia (Frankeniaceae). Folia Geobotanica 43(4), pp. 383-396.

Oorebeek, M. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2008). Climate or host availability: what determines the seasonal abundance of ticks? Parasitology Research 103(4), pp. 871-875.

Oorebeek, M. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2008). Understorey predicts the spatial distribution of Ixodes hirsti in South Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 56(2), pp. 123-127.

Christensen, R. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2007). Assortative pairing and divergent evolution in Darwin’s small tree finch, Camarhynchus parvulus. Journal of Ornithology 148(4), pp. 463-470.

Dudaniec, R., Fessl, B. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2007). Interannual and interspecific variation in intensity of the parasitic fly, Philornis downsi, in Darwin’s finches. Biological Conservation 139(3-4), pp. 325-332.

Kleindorfer, S.M. (2007). Nesting success in Darwin’s small tree finch, Camarhynchus parvulus: evidence of female preference for older males and more concealed nests. Animal Behaviour 74(4), pp. 795-804.

Kleindorfer, S.M. (2007). The ecology of clutch size variation in Darwin’s Small Ground Finch, Geospiza fuliginosa: Comparison between lowland and highland habitats. Ibis 149(4), pp. 730-741.

McGuire, A. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2007). Nesting success and apparent nest adornment in Diamond Firetails (Stagonopleura guttata) Emu, 107(1) pp. 44-51.

Wiedenfeld, D., Jimenez, G.A., Fessl, B., Kleindorfer, S.M. and Valarezo, J.C. (2007). Distribution of the introduced parasitic fly Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) in the Galapagos Islands. Pacific Conservation Biology 13(1), pp. 14-19.

Dudaniec, R. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2006). Effects of the parasitic flies of the genus Philornis (Diptera: Muscidae) on birds. Emu 106(1), pp. 13-20.

Dudaniec, R., Kleindorfer, S.M. and Fessl, B. (2006). Effects of the introduced ectoparasite Philornis downsi on haemoglobin level and nestling survival in Darwin’s Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) Austral Ecology 31(1), pp. 88-94.

Fessl, B., Kleindorfer, S.M. and Tebbich, S. (2006). An experimental study on the effects of an introduced parasite in Darwin’s finches. Biological Conservation 127(1), pp. 55-61.

Fessl, B., Sinclair, B.J. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2006). The life-cycle of Philornis downsi (Diptera: Muscidae) parasitizing Darwin’s finches and its impact on nestling survival. Parasitology 133(6), pp. 739-747.

Kleindorfer, S.M. and Dudaniec, R. (2006). Increasing prevalence of avian poxvirus in Darwin’s finches and its effect on male pairing success. Journal of Avian Biology 37(1), pp. 69-76.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Chapman, T.W., Winkler, H. and Sulloway, F. (2006). Adaptive divergence in contiguous populations of Darwin’s Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) Evolutionary Ecology Research 8, pp. 357-372.

Kleindorfer, S.M., Lambert, S. and Paton, D.C. (2006). Ticks (Ixodes sp.) and blood parasites (Haemoproteus spp.) in New Holland Honeyeaters (Phylidonyris novaehollandiae): evidence for site specificity and fitness costs. Emu 106(2), pp. 113-118.

Lambert, S. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2006). Nest concealment but not human visitation predicts predation of New Holland Honeyeater nests. Emu 106(1), pp. 63-68.

Schlotfeldt, B.E. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2006). Adaptive divergence in the Superb Fairy-wren (Malurus cyaneus): a mainland versus island comparison of morphology and foraging behaviour. Emu 106(4), pp. 309-319.

Dudaniec, R., Hallas, G. and Kleindorfer, S.M. (2005). Blood and intestinal parasitism in Darwin’s finches: negative and positive findings. Acta Zoologica Sinica 51(3), pp. 507-512.