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18. Ursino, C.A*., Rebolo-Ifrán, N.* and Gorleri, F. 2022. Impacts of light pollution on birds with a special focus on Argentina. El Hornero 37: 33-37DOI: 10.56178/eh.v37i2.393

17. Yang, C*, Peer B., Ursino, C.A., Yu J., Rivers, JW. 2022. Evolution and Function of Acoustic and Visual Signals in Avian Brood Parasitism. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2022.892373

16. Ursino, C.A.*, Lama, F.*, Reboreda J.C., and De Mársico, M.C. 2022. Vocal trickery allows the specialist brood-parasitic screaming cowbird juveniles to escape host discrimination after leaving the nest. Behaviour Ecology and Sociobiology. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-022-03175-9. *Equal contribution

15. Rojas Ripari, J.M., Ursino, C.A., Reboreda, J.C., and De Mársico, M.C*. 2021. Tricking Parents: A Review of Mechanisms and Signals of Host Manipulation by Brood-Parasitic Young. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. Special Issue: Evolution and Function of Acoustic and Visual Signals in Avian Brood Parasitism. Editors: Ursino C.A., Yang C., Peer B., Rivers J., Yu J. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-022-03175-9

14. Moussy, C., Burfield, I.J., Stephenson, P.J., Newton, A.F.E., Butchart, S.H.M., Sutherland, W.J. Gregory, R.D., McRae, L., Bubb, P., Roesler, I., Ursino, C.A., Wu, Y., Retief, E.F., Udin, J.S., Urazaliyev R., Sánchez-Clavijo LM, Lartey E, and Donald PF. 2021. A quantitative global review of species population monitoring. Conservation Biology DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13721

13. Lois-Milevicich, J.*, Gómez, R.O., Ursino, C.A., Lois, N.A., and De La Colina, A. 2021. Rapid and low-cost molecular sexing of a corvid songbird using a single protocol with two universal primer sets. Ardeola 68(2). DOI: 10.13157/arla.68.2.2021.sc1

12. Ursino, C.A.*, Strong, M.J., Juan C. Reboreda, J.C., and Riehl, C*. 2020. Genetic patterns of repeat and multiple parasitism by screaming cowbirds, a specialist brood parasite. Animal Behaviour, 167: 177-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2020.07.012

11. Ursino, C.A.*, De Mársico, M.C., and Reboreda, J.C. 2019. Brood-parasitic nestlings benefit from unusual host defenses against botfly larvae (Philornis spp.). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73:146. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-019-2751-3

10. De Mársico, M.C., Ursino, C.A., Scardamaglia, R. and Reboreda, J.C*. 2019. Coevolutionary arms race between a specialist brood parasite, the Screaming Cowbird and its host, the Grayish Baywing. Journal of Ornithology 160:1221–1233. DOI: 10.1007/s10336-019-01697-0

9. Fiorini, V.D.*, De Mársico, M.C., Ursino, C.A., and Reboreda, J.C. 2019. Avian Brood Parasitism of Neotropical Birds. In: Behavioural Ecology of Neotropical Birds. Editors: Fiorini, Tuero and Reboreda. Editorial Springer.

8. Rojas Ripari, J.M., Ursino, C.A., Reboreda, J.C. and De Mársico, M.C.* 2019. Innate development of acoustic signals for host parent-offspring recognition in brood-parasitic screaming cowbird nestlings. Ibis 161: 717-729. 10.1111/ibi.12672

7. De Mársico, M.C.*, Fiorini, V.D., Tuero, D.T., Gloag, R., Ursino C.A., and Reboreda, J.C. 2018. Parasite Adaptations During the Nestling and Fledgling Stages. Chapter 28. In: Brood Parasitism. Editor: Manuel Soler. 10.1007/978-3-319-73138-4_30

6. Ursino, C.A.*, Gloag, R., Reboreda, J.C., and De Mársico, M.C. 2018. Host provisioning behaviour favours mimetic begging calls in a brood parasitic cowbird. Behavioral Ecology 29(2):328-332. DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arx167

5. Ursino, C.A.*, De Mársico, M.C., Reboreda, J.C. and Riehl, C*. 2017. Kinship and genetic mating system of the Baywing (Agelaioides badius), a cooperatively breeding Neotropical blackbird. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134: 410-420. DOI: 10.1642/AUK-16-188.1

4. De Mársico, M.C.*, Ursino, C.A., and Reboreda, J.C. 2016. 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. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-016-2174-3

3. De Mársico, M.C.*, Gloag, R., Ursino, C.A., and Reboreda, J.C. 2013. A novel method of rejection of brood parasitic eggs reduces parasitism intensity in a cowbird host. Biology Letters 9: 20130076. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2013.0076

2. Ursino, C.A.*, Facchinetti, C. and Reboreda, J.C. 2012. Differences in molting pattern between brood parasitic cowbirds with host-mimetic and host non-mimetic young. Neotropical Ornithology, 23: 163-17.

1. Ursino, C.A., De Mársico, M.C.*, Sued, M., Farall, A. and Reboreda, J.C. 2011. Brood parasitism disproportionately increases nest provisioning and helper recruitment in a cooperatively breeding bird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (12): 2279-2286. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-011-1238-7