Nyil Khwaja
Nyil Khwaja
BirdLife Australia
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Global patterns and drivers of avian extinctions at the species and subspecies level
JK Szabo, N Khwaja, ST Garnett, SHM Butchart
PloS one 7 (10), e47080, 2012
Flexibility but no coordination of visits in provisioning riflemen
N Khwaja, SAJ Preston, BJ Hatchwell, JV Briskie, IS Winney, JL Savage
Animal Behaviour 125, 25-31, 2017
Sex allocation patterns across cooperatively breeding birds do not support predictions of the repayment hypothesis
N Khwaja, BJ Hatchwell, RP Freckleton, JP Green
The American Naturalist 190 (4), 547-556, 2017
Testing the predictions of sex allocation hypotheses in dimorphic, cooperatively breeding riflemen
N Khwaja, SAJ Preston, JV Briskie, BJ Hatchwell
Ecology and evolution 8 (7), 3693-3701, 2018
Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity detection in biomedical literature search
P Brown, AC Tan, MA El-Esawi, T Liehr, O Blanck, DP Gladue, ...
Database 2019, 2019
Counter culture: causes, extent and solutions of systematic bias in the analysis of behavioural counts
JL Pick, N Khwaja, MA Spence, M Ihle, S Nakagawa
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
Investment patterns and kinship cues in a cooperatively breeding bird
N Khwaja
University of Sheffield, 2017
Individuality, kin similarity and experimental playback of contact calls in cooperatively breeding riflemen
N Khwaja, JV Briskie, BJ Hatchwell
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 46 (4), 334-347, 2019
Do parents synchronise nest visits as an antipredator adaptation in birds of New Zealand and Tasmania?
N Khwaja, M Massaro, TE Martin, JV Briskie
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 389, 2019
Eurasian blackbird (Turdus merula) nest parasitised by song thrush (T. philomelos)
N Khwaja, DJ Lloyd-Jones
Notornis 62 (1), 41-44, 2015
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