Papers

140. Atencio, M., J.C. Reboreda & B. Mahler. Brood parasitism leads to zero recruitment in the globally endangered yellow cardinal (Gubernatrix cristata). Bird Conservation International 2020 (en prensa). (pdf)

139. Lois-Milevicich, J., A. Kacelnik & J.C. Reboreda. Sexual differences in the use of spatial cues in two avian brood parasites. Animal Cognition 2020 (en prensa). (pdf)

138. Ursino, C.A., M.J. Strong, JC. Reboreda & C. Riehl. Genetic patterns of repeat and multiple parasitism by Screaming Cowbirds, a specialist brood parasite. Animal Behaviour 167: 177-183, 2020. (pdf)

137. Cossa, N.A., L. Fasola, I. Roesler & J.C. Reboreda. Impacts of traditional livestock farming on threatened sheldgeese (Chloephaga spp.) in Patagonia. Avian Conservation and Ecology 15 (2) 1, 2020. (pdf)

136. Tosi-Germán, R.A., B. Tassino & J.C. Reboreda. Female and male rufous horneros eject shiny cowbird eggs using a mental image of the size of their own eggs. Behavioural Processes 178: 104152, 2020. (pdf)

135. Ursino, C.A. M.C. De Mársico & J.C. Reboreda. Brood-parasitic nestlings benefit from unusual host defenses against botfly larvae (Philornis spp.). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  73: 146, 2019. (pdf)

134. De Mársico, M.C., C.A. Ursino, R.C. Scardamaglia & J.C. Reboreda. Coevolutionary arms race between a specialist brood parasite, the Screaming Cowbird, and its host, the Baywing. Journal of Ornithology 160: 1221-1233, 2019. (pdf)

133. Bortolato, T, R. Gloag, J.C. Reboreda & V.D. Fiorini. Size matters: young shiny cowbirds secure more food than host nestmates thanks to their larger size, not signal exaggeration. Animal Behaviour 157: 201-207, 2019. (pdf)

132. Rojas Ripari, J.M., L.N. Segura, J.C. Reboreda & M.C. De Mársico. Non-mimetic shiny cowbird nestlings escape discrimination by baywings in absence of host nestmates. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 135, 2019. (pdf)

131. Rojas Ripari, J.M., C.A. Ursino, J.C. Reboreda & M.C. De Mársico. Innate development of acoustic signals for host parent-offspring recognition in the brood-parasitic screaming cowbird. Ibis 161: 717-729, 2019. (pdf)

130. Hanley, D., A.V. López, V.D. Fiorini, J.C. Reboreda, T. Grim & M.E. Hauber. Variation in multicomponent recognition cues alters egg rejection decisions: a test of the optimal acceptance threshold hypothesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374: 20180195, 2019. (pdf)

129. Cossa, N.A., L. Fasola, I. Roesler & J.C. Reboreda. Incubating Upland Goose (Chloephaga picta) differential response to livestock, human and predator nest disturbance. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130: 739-745, 2018. (pdf)

128. Scardamaglia, R.C. A. Kacelnik & J.C. Reboreda. Temporal and spatial patterns of roosting behavior by brood parasitic cowbirds. Ibis 160: 779-789, 2018. (pdf)

127. Tuero, D.T., A.E. Jahn, M.S. Husak, D.V. Roeder, D.A. Masson, F. Puchetta, T.J. Michels, A. Quickle, J.Q. Vidoz, M. Domínguez & J.C. Reboreda. Ecological determinants of Tyrannus flycatcher nestling development at north and south-temperate latitudes. Auk 135: 439-448, 2018. (pdf)

126. de la Colina M.A., L. Pompilio, M.E. Hauber, J.C. Reboreda & B. Mahler. Parasitic egg rejection decisions of chalk-browed mockingbirds Mimus saturninus are independent of clutch composition. Animal Cognition 21: 301-305, 2018. (pdf)

125. Ursino, C.A., R. Gloag , J.C. Reboreda & M.C. De Mársico. Host provisioning behaviour favours mimetic begging calls in a brood parasitic cowbird. Behavioral Ecology 29: 328-332, 2018. (pdf)

124. Berkunsky, I., L. Segura, R. Ruggera, S. Faegre, C. Trofino-Falasco, F. López, M. Velasco, F. Kacoliris, R. Aramburú & J. C. Reboreda. Reproductive parameters of the Turquoise-fronted parrot (Amazona aestiva) in dry Chaco forest. Avian Conservation and Ecology 12(2):6. (doi:10.5751/ACE-01071-120206). (pdf)

123. Domínguez, M., R. Tiedemann, J.C. Reboreda, L. Segura, F. Tittarelli & B. Mahler. Genetic structure reveals management units for the yellow cardinal (Gubernatrix cristata), endangered by habitat loss and illegal trapping. Conservation Genetics 18: 1131-1140, 2017 (doi:10.1007/s10592-017-0964-4). (pdf)

122. Cossa, N.A., L. Fasola, I. Roesler & J.C. Reboreda. Ruddy-headed Goose Chloephaga rubidiceps: former plague and present protected species on the edge of extinction. Bird Conservation International 27: 269-281, 2017. (pdf).

121. Cossa, N.A., D.T. Tuero, J.C. Reboreda & V.D. Fiorini. Egg pecking and puncturing behaviors in shiny and screaming cowbirds: effects of eggshell strength and degree of clutch completion. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71: 60. doi:10.1007/s00265-017-2289-1, 2017. (pdf)

120. Ursino, C.A., M.C. De Mársico, J.C. Reboreda & C. Riehl. Kinship and genetic mating system of the Baywing (Agelaioides badius), a cooperatively breeding Neotropical blackbird. Auk 117: 410-420, 2017. (pdf)

119. Scardamaglia, R.C., V.D. Fiorini, A. Kacelnik & J.C. Reboreda. Planning host exploitation through prospecting visits by parasitic cowbirds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71: 23. doi:10.1007/s00265-016-2250-8, 2017. (pdf)

118. Berkunsky, I., L.N. Segura, R.M. Aramburú, R.A. Ruggera, W.S. Svagelj & J.C. Reboreda. Nest survival and predation in blue-fronted parrots: effects of nest initiation, stage of the nesting cycle, and cavity characteristics. Ardea 104: 143-151, 2016. (pdf)

117. De Mársico, M.C., C.A. Ursino, J.C. Reboreda. Experimental evidence for an antipredatory function of egg rejection behaviour in a common host of the brood-parasitic shiny cowbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 1689-1697, 2016. (pdf)

116. Roesler, I, L. Fasola, H. Casañas, P. Hernández, A. de Miguel, M.J. Giusti & J.C. Reboreda. Colony guardian programme improves the recruitment of the critically endangered hooded grebe Podiceps gallardoi in Austral Patagonia, Argentina. Conservation Evidence 13: 62-66, 2016. (pdf)

115. Domínguez, M., J.C. Reboreda and B. Mahler. Geographic patterns of song variation in the endangered Yellow Cardinal (Gubernatrix cristata): effects of fragmentation and hybridization. Ibis 158: 738-746, 2016. (pdf)

114. de la Colina, M.A., M.E. Hauber, B.M. Strausberger, J.C. Reboreda & B. Mahler. Molecular tracking of individual host use in the Shiny Cowbird, a generalist brood parasite. Ecology and Evolution 6: 4684-4696, 2016. (pdf)

113. Segura, L.N., F.G. Di Sallo, B. Mahler & J.C. Reboreda. Red-crested Cardinals use color and width as cues to reject Shiny Cowbird eggs. Auk 133: 308-3125, 2016. (pdf)

112. Tuero, D.T. R. Gloag and J.C. Reboreda. Nest environment modulates begging behavior of a generalist brood parasite. Behavioral Ecology 27: 204-210, 2016. (pdf)

111. Astié, A.A., R.C. Scardamaglia, R.N. Muzio and J.C. Reboreda. Sex differences in retention after a visual or a spatial discrimination learning task in brood parasitic shiny cowbirds. Behavioural Processes 119: 99-104, 2015. (pdf)

110. Domínguez, M., J.C. Reboreda and B. Mahler. Impact of Shiny Cowbird and bot fly parasitism on the reproductive success of the globally endangered Yellow Cardinal, Gubernatrix cristata. Bird Conservation International 25: 294-305, 2015. (pdf)

109. Segura, L.N., B. Mahler, I. Berkunsky and J.C. Reboreda. Nesting biology of the Red-crested Cardinal (Paroaria coronata) in south temperate forests of central Argentina. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127: 249-258, 2015. (pdf)

108. Domínguez, M., M.A. de la Colina, A.G. Di Giacomo, J.C. Reboreda and B. Mahler. Host-switching in cowbird brood parasites: How often does it occur? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 1290-1297, 2015. (pdf)

107. Di Giacomo, A.S., A.G. Di Giacomo, R. Klieger, J.C. Reboreda, R. Tiedemann and B. Mahler. No evidence of genetic variation in microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA markers among remaining populations of the Strange-tailed Tyrant Alectrurus risora, an endangered grassland species. Bird Conservation International 25: 127-138, 2015. (pdf)

106. Di Giacomo, A.G. and J.C. Reboreda. Reproductive success of the specialist brood parasite Screaming Cowbird in an alternative host, the Chopi Blackbird. Auk 132: 16-24, 2015. (pdf)

105. De Mársico, M.C. and J.C. Reboreda. Adaptaciones y contraadaptaciones entre el Tordo Pico Corto (Molothrus rufoaxillaris) y el Tordo Músico (Agelaioides badius). Hornero 29: 1-12, 2014. (pdf)

104. De Mársico, M.C. and J.C. Reboreda. High frequency but low impact of brood parasitism by the specialist Screaming Cowbird on its primary host, the Baywing. Emu 114: 309-316, 2014. (pdf)

103. Scardamaglia, R.C. and J.C. Reboreda. Ranging behavior of female and male Shiny and Screaming Cowbirds while searching for host nests. Auk 131: 610-618. (pdf)

102. Winkler, D.W., K. Ringelman, P.O. Dunn, L. Whittingham, D. Hussell, R. Clark, R. Dawson, L. Johnson, A. Rose, S. Austin, D. Robinson, M. Lombardo, P. Thorpe, D. Shutler, R. Robertson, M. Stager, M. Leonard, A. Horn, J. Dickinson, V. Ferretti, V. Massoni, F. Bulit, J.C. Reboreda, M. Liljesthröm, M. Quiroga, E. Rakhimberdiev and D. Ardia. Latitudinal variation in clutch size-lay date regressions in Tachycineta swallows: effects of food supply or demography? Ecography 37: 670-678. (pdf)

101. Fiorini, V.D., R. Gloag, A. Kacelnik and J.C. Reboreda. Strategic egg destruction by brood parasitic cowbirds? Animal Behaviour 93: 229-235, 2014. (pdf)

100. Gloag, R., V.D. Fiorini, J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. Shiny cowbirds share nests, but not mothers, in multiply parasitized mockingbird broods. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68: 681-689, 2014. (pdf)

99. Mermoz, M.E., J.C. Reboreda and G.J. Fernández. High rates of Shiny Cowbird parasitism on Brown-and-yellow Marshbird select for complementary host defenses. Condor 115: 910-920, 2013. (pdf)

98. Gloag, R., V.D. Fiorini, J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. The wages of violence: mobbing by mockingbirds as a frontline defence against brood parasitic cowbirds. Animal Behaviour 86: 1023-1029, 2013. (pdf)

97. Tuero, D.T., V.D. Fiorini, B. Mahler and J.C. Reboreda. Do sex ratio and development differ in sexually size-dimorphic shiny cowbirds (Molothrus bonariensis) parasitizing smaller and larger hosts? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110: 442-448, 2013. (pdf)

96. Facchinetti, C. and J.C. Reboreda. Female Tawny-bellied Seedeaters do not prefer more colorful males. Journal of Ethology 31: 233-238, 2013. (pdf)

95. Mahler, B., A.R.R. Schneider, A.S. Di Giacomo, A.G. Di Giacomo, J.C. Reboreda and R. Tiedemann. Microsatellite usefulness is independent of phylogenetic distance in Tyrant flycatchers (Aves: Tyrannidae): A test using two globally threatened species. Genetics and Molecular Research 12: 2966-2972, 2013. (pdf)

94. De Mársico, M.C., R. Gloag, C.A. Ursino, J.C. Reboreda. A novel method of rejection of brood parasitic eggs reduces parasitism intensity in a cowbird host. Biology Letters 9: 007, 2013. (pdf)

93. Reboreda, J.C. V.D. Fiorini and M.C. De Mársico. Antiparasitic defences in hosts of South American cowbirds. Chinese Birds 4: 57-70, 2013. (pdf)

92. Quiroga, M. and J.C. Reboreda. Sexual differences in life history traits of Philornis seguyi (Diptera: Muscidae) parasitizing House Wrens (Troglodytes aedon). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 106: 222-227, 2013. (pdf)

91. Berkunsky, I, R.A. Ruggera, R. Aramburú y Juan C. Reboreda. Principales amenazas para la conservación del Loro Hablador (Amazona aestiva) en la región del impenetrable, Argentina. Hornero 27: 39-49, 2012. (pdf)

90. Roesler, I., S. Imberti, H. Casañas, B. Mahler and J.C. Reboreda. Hooded Grebe Podiceps gallardoi population decreased by eighty per cent in the last twenty-five years. Bird Conservation International 22: 371-382, 2012. (pdf)

89. Segura, L.N. and J.C. Reboreda. Nest survival of Red-crested Cardinals increases with nest age in south-temperate forests of Argentina. Journal of Field Ornithology 83: 343-350, 2012. (pdf)

88. Ursino, C.A., C. Facchinetti and J.C. Reboreda. Preformative molt in brood parasitic Screaming (Molothrus rufoaxillaris) and Shiny (M. bonariensis) Cowbirds. Ornitología Neotropical 23: 163-171, 2012. (pdf)

87. Massoni, V, J.C. Reboreda, G.L. López and F. Aldatz. High coordination and egalitarian parental effort in the Rufous Hornero. Condor 114: 564-570, 2012. (pdf)

86. de la Colina, M.A, L. Pompilio, M.E. Hauber, J.C. Reboreda and B. Mahler. Different recognition cues reveal the decision rules used for egg rejection by hosts of a variably mimetic avian brood parasite. Animal Cognition 15: 881-889, 2012. (pdf)

85. De Mársico,M.C., M.G. Gantchoff and J.C. Reboreda. Host-parasite coevolution beyond the nestling stage? Mimicry of host fledglings by the specialist screaming cowbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 3401-3408, 2012. (pdf)

84. Tuero, D.T, V.D. Fiorini, B. Mahler and JC. Reboreda. Shiny Cowbird egg size and chick growth vary between two hosts that differ markedly in body size. Journal of Avian Biology 43: 227-233, 2012. (pdf)

83. Liljesthrom, M. A. Schiavini and J.C. Reboreda. Time of breeding and female condition affect chick growth in the Chilean Swallow (Tachycineta meyeni). Emu 112: 157-161, 2012. (pdf)

82. Segura, L.N. and J.C. Reboreda. Red-crested Cardinal defenses against shiny cowbird parasitism. Behaviour 149: 325-343, 2012. (pdf)

81. Liljesthröm, M., C. Cooper and J.C. Reboreda. Clutch investment in the Chilean Swallow shifts with time of breeding and position in the laying sequence Condor 114: 377-384. (pdf)

80. Quiroga, M., J.C. Reboreda and A.H. Beltzer. Host use by botflies Philornis sp. in a passerine community in central Argentina. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 83: 110-116, 2012. (pdf)

79. Gloag, R., V.D. Fiorini, J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. Brood parasite eggs enhance egg survivorship in a multiply parasitized host. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 1831-1839, 2012. (pdf)

78. Quiroga, M. and J.C. Reboreda. Lethal and sub-lethal effects of botfly parasitism on House Wren's chicks. Condor 114: 197-202, 2012. (pdf)

77. Fiorini, V.D., D.T. Tuero and J.C. Reboreda. Dense canopy cover over House Wren (Troglodytes aedon) nests increases latency of brood parasitism by Shiny Cowbirds (Molothrus bonariensis) Emu 112: 55-59, 2012. (pdf)

76 Tuero, D.T, V.D. Fiorini and J.C. Reboreda. Do shiny cowbird females adjust egg pecking behavior according to the competition their chicks face in host nests? Behavioural Processes 89: 137-142, 2012. (pdf)

75. Gloag, R., D.T. Tuero, V.D Fiorini, J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. Food economics and the evolution of nestmate-killing in avian brood parasites. Behavioral Ecology 23: 132-140, 2012. (pdf)

74. Facchinetti, C., B. Mahler, A.G. Di Giacomo & J.C. Reboreda. Stages of plumage maturation of the Tawny-bellied Seedeater: Evidence of delayed plumage maturation and cryptic differentiation between juveniles and females. Condor 113: 907-914, 2011. (pdf)

73. Ursino, C.A., M.C. De Mársico, M. Sued, A. Farall and J.C. Reboreda. Brood parasitism disproportionally increases nest provisioning and helper recruitment in a cooperatively breeding bird. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 65: 2279-2286, 2011. (pdf)

72. Di Giacomo, A.G., A.S. Di Giacomo and J.C. Reboreda. Effects of grassland burning on reproductive success of globally threatened Strange-tailed Tyrants, Alectrurus risora. Bird Conservation International 21: 411-422, 2011. (pdf)

71. Di Giacomo, A.S., A.G. Di Giacomo and J.C. Reboreda. Male and female reproductive success in a threatened polygynous species: the Strange-tailed Tyrant, Alectrurus risora. Condor 113: 619-628, 2011. (pdf)

70. de la Colina, M.A, B. Mahler and  J.C. Reboreda. Differences in morphology and colour pattern of shiny cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) eggs found in nests of two hosts. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102: 838-845, 2011. (pdf)

69. Segura, L.N. and J.C. Reboreda. Botfly parasitism on nestling growth and mortality of Red-crested Cardinals. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123: 107-115, 2011. (pdf)

68. Carro, M.E., G.J. Fernández and J.C. Reboreda. Sequential predictability of the scanning behaviour of greater rheas, Rhea americana. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 23: 27-39, 2011. (pdf)

67. Mahler, B., N.I. López, A.G. Di Giacomo and J.C. Reboreda. Increased plumage darkness of Shiny Cowbird females in the subtropics: an adaptation to bacterial degradation? Ibis 152: 775-781, 2010. (pdf)

66. Di Giacomo, A.G., B. Mahler and J.C. Reboreda. Screaming Cowbird parasitism on nests of Solitary Caciques and Cattle Tyrants. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122: 795-799, 2010. (pdf)

65. De Mársico, M.C., B. Mahler, M. Chomnalez, A.G. Di Giacomo and J.C. Reboreda. Host Use by Generalist and Specialist brood Parasitic Cowbirds at Population and Individual Levels. Advances in the Study of Behavior 42: 83-121, 2010. (pdf)

64. De Mársico, M.C., B. Mahler and J.C. Reboreda. Reproductive success and nestling growth of Bay-winged cowbirds parasitized by Screaming and Shiny Cowbirds. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122: 417-431, 2010. (pdf)

63. De Mársico, M.C and J.C. Reboreda. Brood parasitism increases mortality of Bay-winged Cowbird nests. Condor 112: 407-417, 2010. (pdf)

62. Astié, A.A. and J.C. Reboreda. Function of egg punctures by Shiny Cowbird in parasitized and unparasitized Creamy-bellied Thrush nests. Journal of Field Ornithology 80: 336-343, 2009. (pdf)

61. Liljesthrom, M., A. Schiavini and J.C. Reboreda. Chilean Swallows (Tachycineta meyeni) adjust the number of feathers added to the nest with time of breeding. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121: 783-788, 2009. (pdf)

60. Fiorini, V.D., D.T. Tuero and J.C. Reboreda. Host behaviour and nest-site characteristics affect the likelihood of brood parasitism by shiny cowbirds on chalk-browed mockingbirds. Behaviour 146: 1387-1403, 2009. (pdf)

59. Berkunsky, I., B. Mahler and J.C. Reboreda. Sexual dimorphism and sex determination by morphometric measurements in blue-fronted parrots Emu 109: 192-197, 2009. (pdf)

58. Astié, A.A. and J.C. Reboreda. Shiny Cowbird parasitism of a low quality host: effect of host traits on a parasite's reproductive success. Journal of field Ornithology 80: 224-233, 2009. (pdf)

  1. 57.Mahler, B., Y. Sarquis Adamson, A.G. Di Giacomo, V.A. Confalonieri and J.C. Reboreda. Utilization of a new host in the host-specialist brood parasite Molothrus rufoaxillaris: host switch or host acquisition? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1603-1608, 2009. (pdf)

56. Fiorini, V.D., D.T. Tuero and J.C. Reboreda. Shiny Cowbirds benefits of synchronizing parasitism and puncturing eggs in large and small hosts. Animal Behaviour 77: 561-568, 2009. (pdf)

55. Berkunsky, I. and J.C. Reboreda. Nest site fidelity and cavity reuse by Blue-fronted Parrots, Amazona aestiva, in the dry Chaco. Ibis 151: 145-150, 2009. (pdf)

54. Facchinetti, C., A.G. Di Giacomo and J.C. Reboreda. Sexual differences in parental care in Tawny-bellied (Sporophila hypoxantha) and Rusty-collared (S. collaris) Seedeaters. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120: 879-883, 2008. (pdf)

53. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Between and within clutch variation of egg size in Greater Rheas. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120: 674-682, 2008. (pdf)

52. De Mársico, M.C. and J.C. Reboreda. Differential reproductive success favour strong host preferences in a highly specialized brood parasite. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 275: 2499-2506, 2008. (pdf)

51. Mahler, B., I. Lovette, V. Confalonieri and J.C. Reboreda. Eggshell spotting in brood parasitic shiny cowbirds (Molothrus bonariensis) is not linked to the female sex chromosome. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 62: 1193-1199, 2008. (pdf)

50. De Mársico, M.C. and J.C. Reboreda. Egg-laying behaviour in screaming cowbirds. Why does a specialist brood parasite waste so many eggs? Condor 110: 143-153, 2008. (pdf)

49. Mahler, B., I. Lovette, V. Confalonieri and J.C. Reboreda. Partial host fidelity in nest selection by the shiny cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis), a highly generalist avian brood parasite. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 1918-1923, 2007. (pdf)

48. Rabuffetti, F.L. and JC. Reboreda. Early infestation by botflies (Philornis seguyi) decreases chick survival and nesting success in Chalk-browed Mockingbirds (Mimus saturninus). Auk 124: 898-906, 2007. (pdf)

47. Tuero D.T., Fiorini V.D. and J.C. Reboreda. Effects of Shiny Cowbird parasitism on different components of House Wren reproductive success. Ibis 149: 521-527, 2007. (pdf)

46. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Costs of large clutches for males and females Greater Rheas. Ibis 149: 215-222, 2007. (pdf)

45. Massoni, V., F. Bulit and J.C. Reboreda. Breeding biology of the White-rumped Swallow Tachycineta leucorrhoa at Buenos Aires province, Argentina. Ibis 149: 10-17, 2007. (pdf)

44. Llambías, P., Ferretti V. and J.C. Reboreda. Egg discrimination and sex-specific pecking behaviour in parasitic cowbirds. Ethology 112: 1128-1135, 2006. (pdf)

43. Fiorini, V.D. y J.C. Reboreda. Cues used by shiny cowbirds (Molothrus bonariensis) to locate and parasitize chalk-browed mockingbird (Mimus saturninus) nests. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60: 379-385, 2006. (pdf)

42. Nair-Roberts,, R.N., J.T. Erichsen, J.C. Reboreda, A. Kacelnik. The distribution of Substance P reveals a novel subdivision in the hippocampus of parasitic South American cowbirds. Journal of Comparative Neurology 496: 610-626, 2006. (pdf)

41. Massoni, V, D.W. Winkler and J.C. Reboreda. Shiny cowbird brood parasitism on White-rumped Swallow. Journal of Field Ornithology 77: 80-84, 2006. (pdf)

40. Astié, A.A. and J.C. Reboreda. Costs of egg punctures and Shiny Cowbird parasitism on Creamy-bellied Thrush reproductive sucess. Auk 123: 23-32, 2006. (pdf)

39. Fiorini, V.D., Astié A.A., Tuero D.T., y J.C. Reboreda. Exito reproductivo del Tordo Renegrido, Molothrus bonariensis, en hospedadores de distinto tamaño corporal. Hornero 20: 173-182, 2005. (pdf)

38. Couri, M.S., F.L. Rabuffetti and JC. Reboreda. New data on Philornis Seguyi García, 1952 (Diptera, Muscidae). Brazilian Journal of Biology 65: 29-41, 2005. (pdf)

37. Massoni, V, V. Loetti and J.C. Reboreda. Sexual dimorphism and parental care in Yellow-winged Blackbird, Agelaius thilius. Ornitología Neotropical 16: 551-555, 2005. (pdf)

36. May, D. and J.C. Reboreda. Conspecific and heretospecific social learning in Shiny Cowbirds. Animal Behaviour 70: 1087-1092, 2005. (pdf)

35. Astié, A.A. and J.C. Reboreda. Creamy-bellied thrush defences against shiny cowbird brood parasitism. Condor 107: 788-796, 2005. (pdf)

34. Ney-Nifle, M., C. Bernstein, J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. Population dynamics and avian brood parasitism: persistence and invasions in a three species system. Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 274-284, 2005. (pdf)

33. Reboreda, J.C., M.E. Mermoz, V. Massoni, A.A. Astié y F.L. Rabuffetti. Impacto del parasitismo de cría del Tordo Renegrido (Molothrus bonariensis) sobre el éxito reproductivo de sus hospedadores. Hornero 18: 77-88, 2003. (pdf)

32. Mermoz, M.E. and J.C. Reboreda. Reproductive success of Shiny Cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) parasitizing the larger Brown-and-yellow Marshbird (Pseudoleistes virescens) in Argentina. Auk 120: 1128-1139, 2003. (pdf)

31. Sackmann, P. and J.C. Reboreda. A comparative study of Shiny Cowbird parasitism in two large hosts: Chalk-browed Mockingbird and Rufous-bellied Thrush. Condor 105: 728-736, 2003. (pdf)

30. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Male parental care in Greater Rheas (Rhea americana) in Argentina. Auk 120: 418-428, 2003. (pdf)

29. Fernández, G.J., A.F. Capurro and J.C. Reboreda. Effect of group size on individual and collective vigilance in Greater Rheas. Ethology 109: 1-14, 2003. (pdf)

28. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Nestsite selection in Greater Rheas Rhea americana. Journal of field Ornithology 73: 166-173, 2002. (pdf)

27. Massoni, V. and J.C. Reboreda. A neglected cost of brood parasitism: egg punctures by Shiny Cowbirds during inspection of potential host nests. Condor 104: 407-411, 2002. (pdf)

26. Massoni, V. and J.C. Reboreda. Number of close spatial and temporal neighbours decreases the probability of nest failure and Shiny Cowbird parasitism in colonial Yellow-winged Blackbirds. Condor 103: 521-529, 2001. (pdf)

25. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Egg losses and nest desertion in Greater Rheas Rhea americana. Ibis, 142: 29-34, 2000. (pdf)

24. Hauber, M.E., N.S. Clayton, A. Kacelnik, J.C. Reboreda and T.J. DeVoogd.. Sexual dimorphism and species differences in HVC volumes of cowbirds. Behavioral Neuroscience, 113: 1095–1099, 1999. (pdf)

23. Mermoz, M.E. and J.C. Reboreda. Egg-laying behaviour by shiny cowbirds parasitizing brown-and-yellow marshbirds. Animal Behaviour, 58: 873-882, 1999. (pdf)

22. Massoni, V. and J.C. Reboreda. Egg puncture allows shiny cowbirds to assess host egg development, and suitability for parasitism. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, 266: 1871-1874, 1999. (pdf)

21. Astié, A.A., Kacelnik A. and J.C. Reboreda. Sexual differences in memory in shiny cowbirds. Animal Cognition 1: 77-82, 1998. (pdf)

20. Mermoz, M.E. and J.C. Reboreda. Nesting success in Brown-and-yellow Marshbirds: Effects of time of the breeding season, nest site and brood parasitism. Auk 115: 871-878, 1998. (pdf)

19. Massoni, V. and J.C. Reboreda. Costs of parasitism and the lack of defenses on the Yellow-winged Blackbird - Shiny Cowbird system. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42: 273-280, 1998. (pdf)

18. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Effect of clutch size and timing of breeding on reproductive success of Greater Rheas, Rhea americana. Auk 115: 340-348, 1998. (pdf)

17. Clayton, N.S., J.C. Reboreda and A. Kacelnik. Seasonal changes in hippocampus size in parasitic cowbirds. Behavioural Processes 41: 237-243, 1997. (pdf)

16. Reboreda, J.C. and G.J. Fernández. Sexual, seasonal and group size differences in the allocation of time between vigilance and feeding in the Greater Rhea, Rhea americana. Ethology 103: 198-207, 1997. (pdf)

15. Mermoz, M.E. and J.C. Reboreda. New host for a specialized brood parasite, the Screaming -Cowbird (Molothrus rufoaxillaris). Condor 98: 630-632, 1996. (pdf)

14. Reboreda, J.C., N.S. Clayton and A. Kacelnik. Species and sex differences in hippocampus size between parasitic and non-parasitic cowbirds. NeuroReport 7: 505-508, 1996. (pdf)

13. Fernández, G.J. and J.C. Reboreda. Adjacent nesting and egg stealing between males of the Greater Rhea, Rhea americana. Journal of Avian Biology 26: 321-324, 1995. (pdf)

12. Mermoz, M.E. and J.C. Reboreda. Brood parasitism of the Shiny Cowbird, Molothrus bonariensis on the Brown-and-yellow Marshbird, Pseudoleistes virescens. Condor 96: 716-721, 1994. (pdf)

11. Reboreda, J.C. and A. Kacelnik. The role of autoshaping in cooperative two-player games between starlings. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 60: 67-83, 1993. (pdf)

10. Reboreda, J.C. y E.T. Segura. Control endócrino y nervioso del balance acuoso en el anfibio anuro Bufo arenarum. Acta Zoologica Lilloana 41: 195-205, 1992. (pdf)

9. Reboreda, J.C. and A. Kacelnik. Risk sensitivity in starlings: variability in food amount and in food delay. Behavioral Ecology 2: 301-308, 1991. (pdf)

8. Reboreda, J.C., R.N. Muzio, M.C. Viñas and E.T. Segura. b-adrenergic control of toad skin permeability during rehydration. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C 100: 433-437, 1991. (pdf)

7. Reboreda, J.C and A. Kacelnik. On cooperation, Tit For Tat and mirrors. Animal Behaviour 40: 1188-1189, 1990. (pdf)

6. Reboreda, J.C. and E.T. Segura. Water balance effects of systemic and intracerebroventricular administration of angiotensin II in the toad Bufo arenarum. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 93: 505-509, 1989. (pdf)

5. Petriella, S., J.C. Reboreda, M. Otero and E.T. Segura. Antidiuretic responses to osmotic cutaneous stimulation in the toad Bufo arenarum. A possible adaptative control mechanism for urine production. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 159: 91-95, 1989. (pdf)

4. Reboreda, J.C., S. Petriella and E.T. Segura. Short-time changes in natripheric and hydrosmotic fluxes of water and in the urine production due to and increase of the osmolarity of the external bath in the toad, Bufo arenarum. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 88: 571-575, 1987. (pdf)

3. Reboreda J.C. and E.T. Segura. Electrolyte sensitivity of the skin in the toad, Bufo arenarum Hensel. Acta physiologica pharmacologica latinoamericana 34: 37-43, 1984.

2. Segura, E.T., J.C. Reboreda, M.E. Cuello, A. Skorka and S. Petriella. Role of the CNS in the control of the water economy in the toad Bufo arenarum Hensel. III Skin permeability increases to raised osmotic pressure of the external "milieu". Journal of Comparative Physiology B 154: 573-578, 1984. (pdf)

  1. 1.Schmajuk, N.A., E.T. Segura and J.C. Reboreda. Appetitive conditioning and discriminatory learning in toads. Behavioral and Neural Biology (currently: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory) 28: 392-397, 1980. (pdf)


Book chapters

4. Mermoz, M.E., A. Cruz, J.F. Chace & J.C. Reboreda. Shiny Cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis Gmelin, 1788). Chapter 12 pp 97-104 in: Global Trends and Impacts of Alien Invasive Birds. Downs, C.T. & L.A. Hart (eds.). CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 2019. (pdf)

3. Fiorini, V.D, M.C. De Mársico, C.A. Ursino & J.C. Reboreda. Obligate brood parasitism in Neotropical birds. Chapter 6 pp 103-131 in: Behavioral Ecology of Neotropical Birds. Reboreda, J.C., V.D. Fiorini & D.T. Tuero (eds.). Springer, Cham, 2019. (pdf)

2. Reboreda, J.C., V.D. Fiorini, M.C. De Mársico, R. Gloag & R. Scardamaglia. Parasitic behaviour of interspecific brood parasitic females. Chapter 18 pp. 325-342 in: Avian Brood Parasitism. Behaviour, Ecology, Evolution and Coevolution. M. Soler (ed.). Springer International Publishing AG, 2017. (pdf)

1. De Mársico, M.C., V.D. Fiorini, D.T. Tuero, R. Gloag, C.A. Ursino & J.C. Reboreda. Parasite adaptations during the nestling and fledgling stages. Chapter 32 pp. 557-572 in: Avian Brood Parasitism. Behaviour, Ecology, Evolution and Coevolution. M. Soler (ed.). Springer International Publishing AG, 2017. (pdf)