Publikationen von Ignas Safari

Zeitschriftenartikel (8)

McClelland, S. C.; Reynolds, M.; Cordall, M.; Hauber, M. E.; Goymann, W.; McClean, L. A.; Hamama, S.; Lund, J.; Dixit, T.; Louder, M. I. M. et al.; Safari, I.; Honza, M.; Spottiswoode, C. N.; Portugal, S. J.: Embryo movement is more frequent in avian brood parasites than birds with parental reproductive strategies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288 (1961), 20211137 (2021)
Safari, I.; Goymann, W.: The evolution of reversed sex roles and classical polyandry: Insights from coucals and other animals. Ethology 127 (1), S. 1 - 13 (2021)
Giraldo Deck, L. M.; Goymann, W.; Safari, I.; Dawson, D. A.; Stocks, M.; Burke, T.; Lank, D. B.; Küpper, C.: Development of intraspecific size variation in black coucals, white‐browed coucals and ruffs from hatching to fledging. Journal of Avian Biology 51 (8), e02440 (2020)
Safari, I.; Goymann, W.; Kokko, H.: Male-only care and cuckoldry in black coucals: Does parenting hamper sex life? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 (1900), 20182789 (2019)
Safari, I.; Goymann, W.: Certainty of paternity in two coucal species with divergent sex roles: The devil takes the hindmost. BMC Evolutionary Biology 18, 110 (2018)
Goymann, W.; Safari, I.; Muck, C.; Schwabl, I.: Sex roles, parental care and offspring growth in two contrasting coucal species. Royal Society Open Science 3 (10), 160463 (2016)
Meng, H.; Carr, J.; Beraduccie, J.; Bowles, P.; Branch, W. R.; Capitani, C.; Chenga, J.; Cox, N.; Howell, K.; Malonza, P. et al.; Marchant, R.; Mbilinyi, B.; Mukama, K.; Msuya, C.; Platts, P. J.; Safari, I.; Spawls, S.; Shennan-Farpon, Y.; Wagner, P.; Burgess, N. D.: Tanzania's reptile biodiversity: Distribution, threats and climatechange vulnerability. Biological Conservation 204, S. 72 - 82 (2016)
Vats, R.; Safari, I.: Diversity of snakes at the university of Dodoma campus, Tanzania. American Journal of Zoological Research 2 (3), S. 41 - 45 (2014)

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Safari, I.; Nyahongo, J. W.: Species and abundance of frogs used for dissection training in Tanzanian secondary schools: A case of selected schools in Dodoma and Dar es Salaam regions. In: Proceedings of the 8th Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) biennial Scientific conference, S. 385 - 398. 8th Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) biennial Scientific conference, Arusha - Tanzania, 06. Dezember 2011 - 08. Dezember 2011. (2011)
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