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Hanley D, Grim T, Igic B, Samaš P, López AV, Shawkey MD, and Hauber ME (2017) Egg discrimination along a gradient of natural variation in eggshell coloration. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284, 20162592

Vasas V, Hanley D, Kevan P, Chittka L (in press) Multispectral images of flowers reveal the adaptive significance of using green receptors for edge detection in bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A

Abrahamczyk S, Humphreys AM, Müller M, Karger DN, Hanley D, Keller F, Knauer AK, Schwerdtfeger M, Kessler M (2017) Pollinator adaptation and the evolution of floral nectar sugar composition. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30, 112-127

Hanley D, Šulc M, Brennan PLR, Hauber ME, Grim T, Honza M (2016) Dynamic egg colour mimicry. Ecology and Evolution. Ecology and Evolution 6, 4192–4202

Hanley D, Grim T, Cassey P, & Hauber ME (2015) Not so colourful after all: eggshell pigments constrain avian eggshell colour space. Biology Letters 11, 20150087

Hanley D, Samaš P, Heryán J, Hauber ME, & Grim T (2015) Now you see it, now you don't: flushing hosts prior to experimentation can predict their responses to brood parasitism. Scientific Reports 5, 9060

Hanley D, Samaš P, Hauber M, Grim T (2015) Who moved my eggs? An experimental test of the egg arrangement hypothesis for the rejection of brood parasitic eggs. Animal Cognition 18, 299-305

Igic B, Fecheyr-Lippens D, Xiao M, Chan A, Hanley D, Brennan PLR, Grim T, Waterhouse GIN, Hauber ME, Shawkey MD (2015) A nanostructural basis for gloss of avian eggshells. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12, 20141210

Nyklová-Ondrová M & Hanley D (invited chapter, in press) The white stork in the Czech Republic: a long term survey In The White Stork: studies in biology, ecology and conservation (Tryjanowski P, Sparks TH, Jerzak L, Eds.) Bogucki Wydaw. Naukowe, Poznań

Thomas DB, Hauber ME, Hanley D, Waterhouse GIN, Fraser S, & Gordon KC (2015) Analysing avian eggshell pigments with Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Experimental Biology 218,2670-2674

Verdes A, Cho C, Hossain M, Brennan PLR, Hanley D, Grim T, Hauber M, Holford M (2015) Nature’s palette: characterization of shared pigments from colourful avian and mollusk shells. PLoS One 10, e0143545

Fecheyr-Lippens DC, Igic B, D’Alba L, Hanley D, Waterhouse GIN, Grim T, Hauber ME, Shawkey MD (2015) The cuticle modulates ultraviolet reflectance of avian eggshells. Biology Open, 4, 753-759

Martin RR, Naftel SJ, Doucet SM, Weisener C, & Hanley D (2013)  Synchrotron radiation analysis in the study of pollution in the ring-billed gull (Larus delawarensis): a novel application of the technique. X-ray Spectroscopy 42, 437-441

Hanley D, Miller N, Flockhart DTT, DR Norris (2013) Forewing pigmentation predicts migration distance in wild-caught migratory monarch butterflies. Behavioral Ecology 24, 1108 - 1113

Hanley D, Stoddard MC, Cassey P, Brennan PLR (2013) Eggshell conspicuousness in ground nesting birds: do conspicuous eggshells signal nest location to conspecifics? Avian Biology Research 6, 147 - 156

Hanley D (2013) Eggshell conspicuousness is related to paternal brood patch vascularisation in the American thrashers. Avian Biology Research 6, 163 - 177

Hanley D, Cassey P, & Doucet SM (2013) Parents, predators, parasites, and the evolution of eggshell colour in open nesting birds. Evolutionary Ecology 27, 593 - 617

Hanley D & Doucet SM (2012) Does environmental contamination influence egg colouration? A long-term study in herring gulls. Journal of Applied Ecology 49, 1055 - 1063

Dearborn DC, Hanley D, Ballantine K*, Cullum J*, & Reeder D (2012) Eggshell color is more strongly affected by maternal identity than by dietary antioxidants in a captive poultry system. Functional Ecology 26, 912 - 920

Low C & Hanley D (2012) A perspective on the importance of within-tree variation in mortality risk for a leaf-mining insect. Web Ecology 12, 27-32

Cassey P, Golo M, Lovell PG, & Hanley D (2011) Conspicuous eggs and colourful hypotheses: testing the role of multiple influences on avian eggshell appearance Avian Biology Research 4, 185-195

Hanley D, Doucet SM, & Dearborn DC (2010) A blackmail hypothesis for the evolution of conspicuous egg coloration in birds. Auk 127, 453 -459

Pitcher TE, Doucet SM, Beausoleil J, & Hanley D (2009) Secondary sexual characters and sperm traits in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). Journal of Fish Biology 74, 1450 - 1461

Hanley D & Doucet SM (2009) Egg coloration in ring-billed gulls (Larus delawarensis): a test of the sexual signaling hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 719 - 729

Hanley D, Heiber G,* & Dearborn DC (2008) Testing an assumption of the sexual signaling hypothesis: does blue-green egg color reflect maternal antioxidant capacity. Condor 110, 767-771

Hanley D, Minehart W,* & Dearborn DC (2007) Documentation of a Polygynous Gray Catbird. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119, 499 – 502

Hawley DM, Hanley D, Dhondt AA, & Lovette IJ (2006) Molecular evidence for a founder effect in invasive house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus) populations experiencing an emergent disease epidemic. Molecular Ecology 15, 263 - 275

Haussmann MF, Winkler DW, Huntington CE, Vleck D, Sanneman CE, & Hanley D, & Vleck CM (2005) Cell-mediated immunosenescence in birds. Oecologia 145, 270-275