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Edelaar, P.  & Bolnick D I 2019. Appreciating the multiple processes increasing individual or population fitness. Trends in Ecology and Evolution  34: 435-446 (Opinion paper). (Free access until 5 June 2019 with this link).

Luna, A, Edelaar, P & Shwartz, A (2019). Assessment of social perception of an invasive parakeet using a novel visual survey method. Neobiota (in press).

Edelaar, P.  2018. Ecological speciation: when and how variation among environments can drive population divergence. Chapter in Bird Species – How They Arise, Modify and Vanish (Ed. Tietze, D.T). Springer. (The entire book is Open Access!)

Parchman, T.L., Edelaar, P., Uckele, K., Mezquida, E.T., Alonso, D., Jahner, J.P., Summers, R.W. & Benkman, C.W. 2018. Resource stability and geographic isolation are associated with genome divergence in western Palearctic crossbills. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 31: 1715-1731.

Nicolaus, M & Edelaar, P 2018. Comparing the consequences of natural selection, adaptive phenotypic plasticity and matching habitat choice for phenotype-environment matching, population genetic structure and reproductive isolation in meta-populations. Ecology & Evolution 8: 3815-2827.

Baños-Villalba, A, Quevedo, DP & Edelaar, P 2018. Positioning behavior according to individual color variation improves camouflage in novel habitats. Behavioral Ecology 29: 404-410.

Centeno-Cuadros, A, Tella, JL, Delibes, M, Edelaar, P & Carrete, M 2018. Validation of loop-mediated isothermal amplification for fast and portable sex determination across the phylogeny of birds. Molecular Ecology Resources 18:251-263.

Mueller, JC*, Edelaar, P*,  Baños-Villalba, A, Carrete, M, Potti, J, Blas, J, Tella, JL & Kempenaers, B. 2017. Selection on a behaviour-related gene during the first stages of the biological invasion pathway. Molecular Ecology 26: 6110-6121 (* shared first author).

Edelaar, P, Jovani, R & Gomez-Mestre, I 2017. Should I change or should I go? Phenotypic plasticity and matching habitat choice in the adaptation to environmental heterogeneity. American Naturalist 190: 506-520. (with additional figure online)

Peralta-Rincon, JR, Escudero, G & Edelaar, P * 2017. Phenotypic plasticity in color without moult in adult grasshoppers of the genus Sphingonotus (Acrididae: Oedipodinae). Journal of Orthoptera Research 26: 21-27 (* = corresponding author).

Luna, A, Franz, D, Strubbe, D, Shwartz, A, Braun, MP, Hernández-Brito, D, Malihi, Y, Kaplan, A, Mori, E, Menchetti, M, Van Turnhout, CAM, Parrott, D, Chmielewski, F-M & Edelaar, P * 2017. Reproductive timing as a constraint on invasion success in the Ring-necked parakeet (Psittacula krameri). Biological Invasions 19: 2247–2259 (* = corresponding author)

Edelaar, P, Baños-Villalba, A, Escudero, G & Rodriguez-Bernal, C 2017. Background colour matching increases with risk of predation in a morphologically colour-changing grasshopper. Behavioral Ecology 20: 65–71.

Caplat, P, Edelaar, P, Dudaniec, RY, Green, AJ, Okamura, B, Cote, J, Ekroos, J, Jonsson, PR, Löndahl, J, Tesson, SVM & Petit, EJ 2016 . Looking beyond the mountain: dispersal barriers in a changing world. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14: 261-268

Ninnes, C, Adrion, M, Edelaar, P, Tella, JL & Andersson, S 2015. A receiver bias for red pre-dates the convergent evolution of red color in widowbirds and bishops. Behavioral Ecology 26: 1212-1218

Galván, I, Jorge, A, Edelaar, P & Wakamatsu, K 2015. Insects synthesize pheomelanin. Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 28: 599-602

Edelaar, P, Roques, S, Hobson, EA, Gonçalves da Silva, A, Avery, ML, Russello, MA, Senar, JC, Wright, TF, Carrete, M & Tella, JL 2015. Shared genetic diversity across the global invasive range of the Monk parakeet suggests a common restricted geographic origin and the possibility of convergent selection. Molecular Ecology 24: 2164-76 (Special Issue on invasion genetics)

Sanz-Aguilar, A, Carrete, M, Edelaar, P, Potti, J & Tella, JL 2015. The empty temporal niche: breeding phenology differs between native and invasive birds. Biological Invasions 17: 3275-3288

Brennan, A, Woodward, G, Seehausen, O, Muñoz-Fuentes, V, Moritz, C, Guelmami, A, Abbott, RJ & Edelaar, P 2014. Hybridization due to changing species distributions: adding problems or solutions to conservation of biodiversity during global change?  Evolutionary Ecology Research 16: 475–491

Arizaga, J, Alonso, D & Edelaar, P 2014. Stable isotopes in a southern European crossbill population indicate restricted movement between regions with different pine species. Journal of Zoology 295: 49-55

Sanz-Aguilar, A, Anadón, JD, Edelaar, P, Carrete, M & Tella, JL 2014. Can establishment success be determined through demographic parameters? A case study on five introduced bird species. PloS One 9: e110019

Mueller, JC, Edelaar, P, Carrete, M, Serrano, D, Potti, J, Blas, J, Dingemanse, NJ, Kempenaers, B & Tella, JL 2014. Behaviour-related DRD4 polymorphisms in invasive bird populations. Molecular Ecology 23: 2876–2885

Escudero, G, et al. (16 authors) 2014. Conservation assessment and ecology of the Magellanic Oystercatcher (Haematopus leucopodus). International Wader Study Group Bulletin 20: 173-181

Graciá, E, Botella, F, Anadon, JD, Edelaar, P, Harris, J & Giménez, A 2013. Surfing in tortoises? Empirical signs of genetic structuring due to range expansion. Biology Letters 9:20121091

Björklund, M, Alonso, D & Edelaar, P 2013. The genetic structure of crossbills suggests rapid diversification with little niche conservatism. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109: 908-922

Tesson, SVM & Edelaar, P 2013. Dispersal in a changing world: opportunities, insights and challenges. Movement Ecology 1:10 (6 pages, online only)

Edelaar, P 2013. Comment on ´Evolutionary Trade-Offs, Pareto Optimality, and the Geometry of Phenotype Space´. Science 339:757 (peer-reviewed)

Edelaar, P & Bolnick, DI 2012. Non-random gene flow: an underappreciated force in ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 659-665 (invited paper)

Carrete, M, Edelaar, P, Blas, J, Serrano, D, Potti, J, Dingemanse, NJ & Tella JL 2012. Don´t neglect pre-establishment selection in deliberate alien introductions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 67-68

Edelaar, P, Serrano, D, Carrete, M, Blas, J, Potti, J & Tella, JL 2012. Tonic Immobility is a measure of boldness towards predators: an application of Bayesian Structural Equation Modeling. Behavioral Ecology 23: 619-626

Edelaar, P, Alonso, D, Lagerveld, S, Senar, JC & Björklund, M 2012. Population differentiation and restricted gene flow in Spanish crossbills: not isolation-by-distance but isolation-by-ecology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 417-430 (highlighted as Editor´s Choice on the journal website)

Edelaar, P & Tella, JL 2012. Managing non-native species: don´t wait until their impacts are proven. Ibis 154: 635-637

Escudero, G, Navedo, JG, Piersma, T, de Goeij, P & Edelaar, P 2012. Foraging conditions ´at the end of the world´ in the context of long-distance migration and population declines in red knots. Austral Ecology 37: 355-364

Edelaar, P, Burraco, P & Gomez-Mestre, I 2011. Comparisons between Qst and Fst – how wrong have we been? Molecular Ecology 20: 4830-4839.

Edelaar, P & Björklund, M 2011. If Fst does not measure genetic differentiation, then comparing it with Qst is misleading. Or is it? Molecular Ecology 20: 1805-1812

Weissing, FJ, Edelaar, P & Van Doorn, GS 2011. Adaptive speciation theory: a conceptual review. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 461-480 (in top-10 of most frequently downloaded papers in 2011)

Edelaar, P et al. (15 authors) 2011. Apparent selective advantage of leucism in a coastal population of Southern caracaras (Falconidae). Evolutionary Ecology Research 13: 187-196

Edelaar, P & Van Eerde, K 2011. Non-random infection across individuals and populations supports that parasites can change morphology within an adaptive radiation. Journal of Zoology 283: 135-142

Dingemanse, NJ, Edelaar, P & Kempenaers, B 2010. Why is there variation in baseline glucocorticoid levels? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 261-262

Van Doorn, GS*, Edelaar, P* & Weissing, FJ 2009. On the origin of species by natural and sexual selection. Science 326:1704-1707 (*first authorship shared)

Nicolaus, M, Both, C, Ubels, R, Edelaar, P & Tinbergen, J 2009. No experimental evidence for local competition in the nestling phase as a driving force for density-dependent avian clutch size. Journal of Animal Ecology 78: 828-838

Edelaar, P, Siepielski, AM & Clobert, J 2008. Matching habitat choice causes directed gene flow: a neglected dimension in evolution and ecology. Evolution 62: 2462-2472 (high-lighted on front cover)

Escudero, G, Munster, VJ, Bertellotti, M & Edelaar, P 2008. Perpetuation of avian influenza A viruses in The Americas: testing the role of shorebirds in Patagonia. Auk 125: 494–495

Edelaar, P 2008. Assortative mating also indicates that common crossbill Loxia curvirostra vocal types are species. Journal of Avian Biology 39: 9-12

Edelaar, P, Van Eerde, K & Terpstra, K 2008. Is the nominate subspecies of the common crossbill Loxia c. curvirostra polytypic? II. Differentiation among vocal types in functional traits. Journal of Avian Biology 39: 108-115

Edelaar, P 2008. Rediscovery of a second kind of crossbill for The Himalayan region, and the hypothesis that ecological opportunity drives crossbill diversification. Ibis 150: 405-408

Edelaar, P & Benkman, CW 2006. Replicated population divergence caused by localised coevolution? A test of three hypotheses in the red crossbill-lodgepole pine system. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 1651-1659

Edelaar, P & Wright, J 2006. Potential prey make excellent ornithologists: adaptive, flexible responses towards avian predation threat by Arabian Babblers living at a migratory hotspot. Ibis 148: 664-671

Edelaar, P, Postma, E & Piersma, T 2005. No reduction in plasticity of anti-predation behavior in the absence of a predator: gene flow or small costs of plasticity? Evolutionary Ecology Research 7: 489-495

Edelaar, P, Postma, E, Knops, P & Phillips, R 2005. No support for a genetic basis for mandible crossing direction in crossbills (Loxia spp.). Auk 122: 1123-1129

Edelaar, P, Phillips, RE & Knops, P 2005. Sexually dimorphic body plumage in juvenile crossbills. Wilson Bulletin 117: 390-393

Edelaar, P, Torres Dowdall, J & Abril, M 2005. Probable first record of a drinking seedsnipe (Family Thinocoridae) in the wild. International Wader Study Group Bulletin 106: 62-63

Edelaar, P & Terpstra, K 2004. Is the nominate subspecies of the Common Crossbill Loxia c. curvirostra polytypic? I. Morphological differences among years at a single site. Ardea 92: 93-102 (with dedicated editorial)

Van Gils, J, Edelaar, P, Escudero, G & Piersma, T 2004. Carrying capacity models should not use fixed prey density thresholds: a plea for using more tools of behavioural ecology. Oikos 104:197-204

Edelaar, P, Summers, R & Iovchenko, N 2003. The ecology and evolution of crossbills Loxia spp: the need for a fresh look and an international research programme. Avian Science 3:85-93

Both, C, Edelaar, P & Renema, W 2003. Interference between the sexes in foraging Bar-tailed Godwits. Ardea 91:268-272

Edelaar, P, Drent, J & De Goeij, P 2003. A double test of the parasite manipulation hypothesis in a burrowing bivalve. Oecologia 134:66-71

Komdeur, J & Edelaar, P 2001. Evidence that helping at the nest does not result in territory inheritance in the Seychelles warbler. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268:2007-2012

Komdeur, J & Edelaar, P 2001. Male Seychelles warblers use territory budding to maximize lifetime fitness in a saturated environment. Behavioral Ecology 12:706-715

Komdeur, J, Kraaijeveld-Smit, F, Kraaijeveld, K & Edelaar, P 1999. Explicit experimental evidence for the role of mate guarding in minimising loss of paternity in the Seychelles warbler. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 266:2075-2081

Edelaar, P, Dijkstra, K-D & Dingemanse, NJ 1996. Hemianax ephippiger: a new dragonfly for The Netherlands. Entomologische Berichten, Amst. 56:192-195

Book chapter:

Edelaar, P 2000. Phenotypic plasticity of burrowing depth in the bivalve Macoma balthica: experimental evidence and general implications. In: The Evolutionary Biology of the Bivalvia (Eds. Harper, E.M., Taylor, J.D. & Crame, J.A.). Geological Society of London, Special Publications 177:451-458