University of Debrecen
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Attila Marton

Contact details:

Evolúciós Állattani és Humánbiológiai Tanszék,
Debreceni Egyetem,
4032 Debrecen, Egyetem tér 1. 
E-mail: martonattila2010[kukac]
Telefonszám: +36 52 512-900 / 62350

Web:Selected publications:

Marton A*, Vágási CI*, Vincze O, Bókony V, Pap PL, Pătraș L, Pénzes J, Bărbos L, Fülöp A, Osváth G, Ducatez S, Giraudeau M (2022) Oxidative physiology is weakly associated with pigmentation in birds. Ecology and Evolution 12, e9177 (* shared first-authorship)

Elek Z, Bán M, Fülöp A, Marton A, Hauber ME, Moskát C (2021) Call rate in Common Cuckoos does not predict body size and responses to conspecific playbacks. Journal of Ornithology 162, 1183-1192

Marton A (2021) Quintuple parasitism of a great reed warbler nest by common cuckoos. Ecology and Evolution 11, 8420-8423

Marton AFülöp ABán MHauber MEMoskát C (2021) Female common cuckoo calls dampen the mobbing intensity of great reed warbler hostsEthology 127, 286-293 

Moskát C, Hauber ME, Růžičková J, Marton A, Bán M, Elek E (2020) Female-female aggression and male responses to the two colour morphs of female common cuckoos. The Science of Nature 107, 1-13

Kiss VA, Pripon LR, Marton A (2020) Differences in eggshell pigmentation pattern between Common Moorhen Gallinula chloropus and Eurasian Coot Fulica atra eggs. Ornis Hungarica 28, 176-180

Marton A, Fülöp A, Ozogány K, Moskát C and Bán M (2019) Host alarm calls attract the unwanted attention of the brood parasitic common cuckoo. Scientific Reports 9, 18563

Hegyeli Z, Bagyura J, Bărbos L, Daróczi SJ, Fülöp A, Marton A, Prommer M, Zeitz R, Nagy A (2019) A kerecsensólyom (Falco cherrug) helyzete Románia nyugati részén. Heliaca 15, 22-31

Moskát C, Hauber ME, Bán M, Fülöp A, Geltsch N, Marton A, Elek Z (2018) Are both notes of the common cukoo's call necessary for familiarity recognition? Behavioural Processes 157, 685-690

Țeran L, Sos T, Hegyeli Z, Gábos E, Fülöp T, Marton A (2016) New data on the distribution of Eastern spadefoot toad Pelobates syriacus Boettger, 1889 (Anura: Pelobatidae) in the Pannonian Plain. North-Western Journal of Zoology 2016: e167503

Vágási CI, Vincze O, Pătraş L, Osváth G, Marton A, Bărbos L, Sol D, Pap PL (2016) Large-brained birds suffer less oxidative damage. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 1968-1976

Pap PL, Osváth G, Sándor K, Vicze OT, Bărbos L, Marton A, Nudds RL, Vágási CI (2015) Interspecific variation in the structural properties of flight feathers in birds indicates adaptation to flight requirements and habitat. Functional Ecology 29, 746-757

Pap PL, Vágási CI, Bărbos L and Marton A (2013) Chronic coccidian infestation compromises flight feather quality in house sparrows, Passer domesticus. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108, 414-428

Vágási CI, Pap PL, Vincze O, Benkő Z, Marton A and Barta Z (2012) Haste makes waste but condition matters: molt rate-feather quality trade-off in a sedentary songbird. PLoS ONE 7, e40651