Peter Samaš
Peter Samaš
researcher, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
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Constraints on host choice: why do parasitic birds rarely exploit some common potential hosts?
T Grim, P Samaš, C Moskát, O Kleven, M Honza, A Moksnes, E Rřskaft, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (3), 508-518, 2011
Egg discrimination along a gradient of natural variation in eggshell coloration
D Hanley, T Grim, B Igic, P Samaš, AV López, MD Shawkey, ME Hauber
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1848), 20162592, 2017
Repeatability of foreign egg rejection: Testing the assumptions of co‐evolutionary theory
P Samaš, ME Hauber, P Cassey, T Grim
Ethology 117 (7), 606-619, 2011
Host responses to interspecific brood parasitism: a by-product of adaptations to conspecific parasitism?
P Samas, ME Hauber, P Cassey, T Grim
Frontiers in zoology 11 (1), 1-12, 2014
Life-history theory predicts host behavioural responses to experimental brood parasitism
ME Hauber, P Samaš, MG Anderson, J Rutila, J Low, P Cassey, T Grim
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26 (4), 349-364, 2014
Are tits really unsuitable hosts for the common cuckoo
T Grim, P Samaš, P Procházka, J Rutila
Ornis Fennica 91 (3), 166, 2014
The repeatability of avian egg ejection behaviors across different temporal scales, breeding stages, female ages and experiences
T Grim, P Samaš, ME Hauber
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (5), 749-759, 2014
Ecological predictors of reduced avian reproductive investment in the southern hemisphere
P Samaš, T Grim, ME Hauber, P Cassey, K Weidinger, KL Evans
Ecography 36 (7), 809-818, 2013
The common redstart as a suitable model to study cuckoo-host coevolution in a unique ecological context
P Samaš, J Rutila, T Grim
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 1-13, 2016
First-time migration in juvenile common cuckoos documented by satellite tracking
ML Vega, M Willemoes, RL Thomson, J Tolvanen, J Rutila, P Samaš, ...
PLoS One 11 (12), e0168940, 2016
Now you see it, now you don't: flushing hosts prior to experimentation can predict their responses to brood parasitism
D Hanley, P Samaš, J Heryán, ME Hauber, T Grim
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-6, 2015
Repeatability of host female and male aggression towards a brood parasite
A Trnka, M Požgayová, P Samaš, M Honza
Ethology 119 (10), 907-917, 2013
Cigarette butts form a perceptually cryptic component of song thrush (Turdus philomelos) nests
B Igic, P Cassey, P Samas, T Grim, ME Hauber
Notornis 56 (3), 134-138, 2009
Growth performance of nestling cuckoos Cuculus canorus in cavity nesting hosts
T Grim, P Samaš
Acta Ornithologica 51 (2), 175-188, 2016
Predicting the responses of native birds to transoceanic invasions by avian brood parasites
V Dinets, P Samaš, R Croston, T Grim, ME Hauber
Journal of Field Ornithology 86 (3), 244-251, 2015
Probing the limits of egg recognition using egg rejection experiments along phenotypic gradients
L Canniff, M Dainson, AV López, ME Hauber, T Grim, P Samaš, D Hanley
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e57512, 2018
Fitting different visual models to behavioral patterns of parasitic egg rejection along a natural egg color gradient in a cavity-nesting host species
TJ Manna, D Hanley, M Honza, M Capek, J Rutila, P Samaš, ...
Vision Research 167, 54-59, 2020
Rearing a virulent common cuckoo is not extra costly for its only cavity-nesting host
P Samaš, J Rutila, M Honza, M Kysučan, T Grim
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1889), 20181710, 2018
Unusual diet of brood parasitic nestlings and its fitness consequences
T Grim, Z Tyller, P Samaš
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (3), 732-750, 2017
Who moved my eggs? An experimental test of the egg arrangement hypothesis for the rejection of brood parasitic eggs
D Hanley, P Samaš, ME Hauber, T Grim
Animal cognition 18 (1), 299-305, 2015
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