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Bolen, G. M., Morton, Eugene S., Greenberg, Russell S. and Derrickson, Scott R. 2002. Mallards replacing black ducks: two views. .

Bolen, G. M., Rothstein, S. I. and Trost, C. H. 2000. Egg recognition in yellow-billed and black-billed magpies in the absence of interspecific parasitism: implications for parasite-host coevolution. The Condor, 102: 432-438.

Richardson, D. S. and Bolen, G. M. 1999. A nesting association between semi-colonial Bullock's orioles and yellow-billed magpies: evidence for the predator protection hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 46: 373-380.

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