DownloadBeleznai O., Dreyer J., Tóth Z., Samu F. 2017. Natural enemies partially compensate for warming induced excess herbivory in an organic growth system. Scientific Reports 7: 7266.

Bókony V., Kövér Sz., Nemesházi E., Liker A., Székely T. 2017. Climate-driven shifts in adult sex ratios via sex reversals: the type of sex determination matters. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372: 20160325.

DownloadBókony V., Mikó Z., Móricz Á.M., Krüzselyi D., Hettyey A. 2017. Chronic exposure to a glyphosate-based herbicide makes toad larvae more toxic. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 284: 20170493.

DownloadBókony V., Pipoly I., Szabó K., Preiszner B., Vincze E., Papp S., Seress G., Hammer T., Liker A. 2017. Innovative females are more promiscuous in great tits (Parus major). Behavioral Ecology 28: 579-588.

Bókony V., Üveges B., Móricz Á.M., Hettyey A. 2017. Competition induces increased toxin production in toad larvae without allelopathic effects on heterospecific tadpoles. Functional Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12994.

DownloadGyuris E., Szép E., Kontschán J., Hettyey A., Tóth Z. 2017. Behavioural responses of two-spotted spider mites induced by predator-borne and prey-borne cues. Behavioural Processes 144: 100–106.

DownloadKovács T., Herczeg G., Hettyey A. 2017. Responses in the diet composition of the Common frog (Rana temporaria) to the stochastic gradation of Autumnal moth (Epirrita autumnata) larvae. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 63: 115-122.

DownloadMikó Z., Ujszegi J., Hettyey A. 2017. Age-dependent changes in sensitivity to a pesticide in tadpoles of the common toad (Bufo bufo). Aquatic Toxicology 187: 48-54.

DownloadMikó Z., Ujszegi J., Gál Z., Hettyey A. 2017. Effects of a glyphosate-based herbicide and predation threat on the behaviour of agile frog tadpoles. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 140: 96–102.

DownloadMikó Z., Ujszegi J., Gál Z., Hettyey A. 2017. Standardize or diversify experimental conditions in ecotoxicology? A case study on herbicide toxicity to larvae of two anuran amphibians. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 73: 562–569.

DownloadMolnár B.P., Tóth Z., Kárpáti Z. 2017. Synthetic blend of larval frass volatiles repel oviposition. Journal of Pest Science 90: 873–885.

Nemesházi E., Szabó K., Horváth Z., Kövér Sz. 2017. The effects of genetic relatedness on mate choice and territorial intrusions in a monogamous raptor. Journal of Ornithology, DOI: 10.1007/s10336-017-1494-z.

DownloadPankovics P., Boros Á., Tóth Z., Phan T.G., Delwart E., Reuter G. 2017. Genetic characterization of a second novel picornavirus from an amphibian host, smooth newt (Lissotriton vulgaris). Archives of Virology 162: 1043-1050.

DownloadPreiszner B., Papp S., Pipoly I., Seress G., Vincze E., Liker A., Bókony V. 2017. Problem-solving performance and reproductive success of great tits in urban and forest habitats. Animal Cognition 20: 53-63.

Seress G., Vincze E., Pipoly I., Hammer T., Papp S., Preiszner B., Bókony V., Liker A. 2017. Effects of capture and video-recording on the behavior and breeding success of Great Tits in urban and forest habitats. Journal of Field Ornithology 88: 299-312.

DownloadTóth Z., Tuliozi B., Baldan D., Hoi H., Griggio M. 2017. The effect of social connections on the discovery of multiple hidden food patches in a bird species. Scientific Reports 7: 816.

DownloadUjszegi J., Móricz Á.M., Krüzselyi D., Hettyey A. 2017. Skin toxin production of toads changes during early ontogeny but is not adjusted to the microbiota of the aquatic environment. Evolutionary Ecology, DOI: 10.1007/s10682-017-9920-5.

DownloadÜveges B., Fera G., Móricz Á.M., Krüzselyi D., Bókony V., Hettyey A. 2017. Age- and environment-dependent changes in chemical defences of larval and post-metamorphic toads. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17: 137.


DownloadBókony V., Móricz Á.M., Tóth Zs., Gál Z., Kurali A., Mikó Zs., Pásztor K., Szederkényi M., Tóth Z., Ujszegi J., Üveges B.,  Krüzselyi D., Capon R.J., Hoi H., Hettyey A. 2016. Variation in chemical defense among natural populations of common toad (Bufo bufo) tadpoles: the role of environmental factors. Journal of Chemical Ecology 42: 329-338.

DownloadGyuris E., Hankó J. F., Feró O., Barta Z. 2016. Personality and ectoparasitic mites (Hemipteroseius adleri) in firebugs (Pyrrhocoris apterus). Behavioural Processes 122: 67-74.

DownloadHettyey A., Thonhauser K.E., Bókony V., Penn D.J., Hoi H., Griggio M. 2016. Naive tadpoles do not recognize recent invasive predatory fishes as dangerous. Ecology 97: 2975-2985.

DownloadKurali A., Pásztor K., Hettyey A., Tóth Z. 2016. Toxin depletion has no effect on antipredator responses in common toad (Bufo bufo) tadpoles. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119: 1000-1010.

DownloadMizsei E., Üveges B., Vági B., Szabolcs M., Lengyel Sz., Pfliegler W.P., Nagy Z.T., Tóth J.P. 2016. Species distribution modelling leads to the discovery of new populations of one of the least known European snakes, Vipera ursinii graeca  in Albania. Amphibia-Reptilia 37: 55-68.

Nemesházi E., Kövér Sz., Zachos F.E., Horváth Z., Tihanyi G., Mórocz A., Mikuska T., Hám I., Literák I., Ponnikas S., Mizera T., Szabó K. 2016. Natural and anthropogenic influences on the population structure of white-tailed eagles in the Carpathian Basin and central Europe. Journal of Avian Biology 47: 795-805.

Patkó L., Ujhegyi N., Heltai M. 2016. More hair than wit: a review on carnivore related hair collecting methods. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica 68: 5-13.

Patkó L., Ujhegyi N., Szabó L., Fehér P., Schally G., Tóth M., Lanszki J., Nagy Zs., Szemethy L., Heltai M. 2016. Even a hair casts its shadow: review and testing of noninvasive hair collecting methods of carnivore species. North-Western Journal of Zoology 12: 130-140.

DownloadTóth Z., Baldan D., Albert C., Hoi H., Griggio M. 2016. Effect of ornament manipulations on following relations in male bearded reedlings. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 28: 175-187.

DownloadUjszegi J., Gál Z., Mikó Zs., Hettyey A. 2016. No effect of a glyphosate-based herbicide on larval dragonflies (Aeshna cyanea) and adult newts (Lissotriton vulgaris) in a laboratory-based experiment. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 62: 355–367.

DownloadÜveges B., Mahr K., Szederkényi M., Bókony V., Hoi H., Hettyey A. 2016. Experimental evidence for beneficial effects of projected climate change on hibernating amphibians. Scientific Reports 6: 26754.

DownloadVági B., Hettyey A. 2016. Intraspecific and interspecific competition for mates: Rana temporaria males are effective satyrs of Rana dalmatina females. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 1477–1484.

DownloadVincze E.,  Papp S.,  Preiszner B.,  Seress G., Bókony V., Liker A. 2016. Habituation to human disturbance is faster in urban than rural house sparrows. Behavioral Ecology 27: 1304-1313.


DownloadBeleznai O., Tholt G., Tóth Z., Rákóczi A., Marczali Z., Samu F. 2015. Cool headed individuals are better survivors: non-consumptive and consumptive effects in a spider-virus vector leafhopper system. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0135954.

DownloadBrischoux F., Lendvai Á.Z., Bókony V., Chastel O., Angelier F. 2015. Marine life style is associated with higher baseline corticosterone levels in birds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115: 154-161.

DownloadHettyey A., Tóth Z., Thonhauser K.E., Frommen J.G., Penn D.J., Van Buskirk J. 2015. The relative importance of prey-borne and predator-borne chemical cues for inducible antipredator responses in tadpoles. Oecologia 179: 699-710.

DownloadLendvai Á.Z., Giraudeau M., Bókony V., Angelier F., Chastel O. 2015. Within-individual plasticity explains age-related decrease in stress response in a short-lived bird. Biology Letters 11: 20150272.

DownloadMikó Zs., Ujszegi J., Gál Z., Imrei Z., Hettyey A. 2015. Choice of experimental venue matters in ecotoxicology studies: a comparison of an indoor and an outdoor experiment. Aquatic Toxicology 167: 20-30.

DownloadMolnár B.P., Tóth Z., Fejes-Tóth A., Dekker T., Kárpáti Z. 2015. Electrophysiologically active maize volatiles attract European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) gravid females. Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 997-1005.

DownloadPapp S., Vincze E., Preiszner B., Liker A., Bókony V. 2015. A comparison of problem-solving success between urban and rural house sparrows. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 471-480.

DownloadPipoly I., Bókony V., Kirkpatrick M., Donald P.F., Székely T., Liker A. 2015. The genetic sex-determination system predicts adult sex ratios in tetrapods. Nature 527: 91-94.

DownloadPreiszner B.,  Papp S.,  Vincze E., Bókony V., Liker A. 2015. Does innovation success influence social interactions? An experimental test in house sparrows. Ethology 121: 661-673.

DownloadReuter G., Boros Á., Tóth Z., Phan T.G., Delwart E., Pankovics P. 2015. A highly divergent picornavirus in an amphibian, the smooth newt (Lissotriton vulgaris). Journal of General Virology 96: 2607-2613.

DownloadTóth Z. 2015. Context-dependent plastic response during egg-laying in a widespread newt species. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0136044.

DownloadUjszegi J., Gál Z., Mikó Zs., Hettyey A. 2015. No observable effect of a glyphosate-based herbicide on two top predators of temporal water bodies. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34: 307-313.

DownloadUrszán T.J., Garamszegi L.Z., Nagy G., Hettyey A., Török J., Herczeg G. 2015. No personality without experience? A test on Rana dalmatina tadpoles. Ecology and Evolution 5: 5847-5856.

DownloadUrszán T.J., Török J., Hettyey A., Garamszegi L.Z., Herczeg G. 2015. Behavioural consistency and life history of Rana dalmatina tadpoles. Oecologia 178: 129-140.

DownloadVan der Meij T., Van Strien A.J., Haysom K.A., Dekker J., Russ J., Biala K., Bihari Z., Jansen E., Langton S., Kurali A., Limpens H., Meschede A., Petersons G., Presetnik P., Prüger J., Reiter G., Rodrigues L., Schorcht W., Uhrin M., Vintulisi V. 2015. Return of the bats? A prototype indicator of trends in European bat populations in underground hibernacula. Mammalian Biology 80: 170-177.

DownloadVincze E., Papp S., Preiszner B., Seress G., Liker A., Bókony V. 2015. Does urbanization facilitate individual recognition of humans by house sparrows? Animal Cognition 18: 291-298.


DownloadBaláž V., Vörös J., Civiš P., Vojar J., Hettyey A., Sós E., Dankovics R., Jehle R., Christiansen D.G., Clare F., Fisher M.C., Garner T.W.J., Bielby J. 2014. Assessing risk and guidance on monitoring of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Europe through identification of taxonomic selectivity of infection. Conservation Biology 28: 213-223.

DownloadBókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Vágási I.Cs., Pătraş L., Pap P.L., Németh J., Vincze E., Papp S., Preiszner B., Seress G., Liker A. 2014. Necessity or capacity? Physiological state predicts problem-solving performance in house sparrows. Behavioral Ecology 25: 124-135.

DownloadHettyey A., Tóth Z., Van Buskirk J. 2014. Inducible chemical defences in animals. Oikos 123: 1025-1028.

DownloadHettyey A., Vági B., Kovács T., Ujszegi J., Katona P., Szederkényi M., Pearman P.B., Griggio M., Hoi H. 2014. Reproductive interference between Rana dalmatina and Rana temporaria affects reproductive success in natural populations. Oecologia 176: 457-464.

DownloadRaveh S., Sutalo S., Thonhauser K.E., Thoß M., Hettyey A., Winkelser F., Penn D.J. 2014. Female partner preferences enhance offspring ability to survive an infection. BMC Evolutionary Biology 14: 14.

DownloadSeress G., Lipovits Á., Bókony V., Czúni L. 2014. Quantifying the urban gradient: a practical method for broad measurements. Landscape and Urban Planning 131: 42-50.

DownloadTóth Z., Baldan D., Hoi H., Griggio M. 2014. Food reduction has a limited effect on following relations in house sparrow flocks. Animal Behaviour 90: 91-100.

DownloadWestneat D. F., Bókony V., Burke T., Chastel O., Jensen H., Kvalnes T., Lendvai Á. Z., Liker A., Mock D., Schroeder J., Schwagmeyer P. L., Sorci G., Stewart I. R. K. 2014. Multiple aspects of plasticity in clutch size vary among populations of a globally-distributed songbird. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 876-887.


DownloadFrommen J.G., Zala S.M., Raveh S., Schaedelin F.C., Wernisch B., Hettyey A. 2013. Investigating the effect of familiarity on kin recognition of three-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Ethology 119: 531-539.

DownloadLendvai Á.Z., Bókony V., Angelier F., Chastel O., Sol D. 2013. Do smart birds stress less? An interspecific relationship between brain size and corticosterone levels. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 280: 20131734.

DownloadPipoly I., Bókony V., Seress G., Szabó K., Liker A. 2013. Effects of extreme weather on reproductive success in a temperate-breeding songbird. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80033.

DownloadThonhauser K.E., Raveh S., Hettyey A., Beissmann H., Penn D.J. 2013. Why do female mice mate with multiple males? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67: 1961-1970.

DownloadThonhauser K.E., Raveh S., Hettyey A., Beissmann H., Penn D.J. 2013. Scent marking increases male reproductive success in wild house mice. Animal Behaviour 86: 1013-1021.

DownloadVili N., Nemesházi E., Kovács Sz., Horváth M., Kalmár L., Szabó K. 2013. Factors affecting DNA quality in feathers used for non-invasive sampling. Journal of Ornithology 154: 587-595.


DownloadBókony V., Kulcsár A., Tóth Z., Liker A. 2012. Personality traits and behavioral syndromes in differently urbanized populations of house sparrows (Passer domesticus). PLoS ONE 7(5): e36639.

DownloadBókony V., Seress G., Nagy S., Lendvai Á.Z., Liker A. 2012. Multiple indices of body condition reveal no negative effect of urbanization in adult house sparrows. Landscape and Urban Planning 104: 75-84.

DownloadGyuris E., Feró O., Barta Z. 2012. Personality traits across ontogeny in firebugs (Pyrrhocoris apterus). Animal Behaviour 84: 103-109.

DownloadHettyey A., Griggio M., Mann M., Raveh S., Schädelin F.C., Thonhauser K.E., Thoß M., van Dongen W., White J., Zala S.M., Penn D.J. 2012. Peerage of Science: will it work? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 27: 189-190.

DownloadHettyey A., Rölli F., Thürlimann N., Zürcher A.-C., Van Buskirk J. 2012. Visual cues contribute to predator detection in anuran larvae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106: 820-827.

DownloadHettyey A., Vági B., Penn D.J., Hoi H., Wagner R.H. 2012. Post-meiotic intra-male sperm senescence in a wild vertebrate. PLoS ONE 7: e50820.

DownloadHettyey A., Vági B., Török J., Hoi H. 2012. Allocation in reproduction is not tailored to the probable number of matings in common toad (Bufo bufo) males. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 201-208.

DownloadHutter S., Hettyey A., Penn D.J., Zala S.M. 2012. Ephemeral sexual dichromatism in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Ethology 118: 1208-1218.

DownloadMizsei E., Üveges B. 2012. Novel defensive behaviours in both sexes of Vipera ursinii graeca (Serpentes: Viperidae). Herpetology Notes 5: 481-483.

DownloadSeress G., Bókony V., Pipoly I., Szép T., Nagy K., Liker A. 2012. Urbanization, nestling growth and reproductive success in a moderately declining house sparrow population. Journal of Avian Biology 43: 403-414.

DownloadÜveges B., Halpern B., Péchy T., Posta J., Komlósi I. 2012. Characteristics and heritability analysis of the head scales of the Hungarian meadow viper (Vipera ursinii rakosiensis, Méhely 1893). Amphibia-Reptilia 33: 393-400.


DownloadGyuris E., Feró O., Tartally A., Barta Z. 2011. Individual behaviour in firebugs (Pyrrhocoris apterus). Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 278: 628-633.

DownloadHettyey A., Vincze K., Zsarnóczai S., Hoi H., Laurila A. 2011. Costs and benefits of defences induced by predators differing in dangerousness. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1007-1019.

DownloadLendvai Á.Z., Bókony V., Chastel O. 2011. Coping with novelty and stress in free-living house sparrows. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 821-828.

DownloadSeress G., Bókony V., Heszberger J., Liker A. 2011. Response to predation risk in urban and rural house sparrows. Ethology 117: 896-907.

DownloadTóth Z., Griggio M. 2011. Leaders are more attractive: birds with bigger yellow breast patches are followed by more group-mates in foraging groups. PLoS ONE 6(10): e26605.

DownloadTóth Z., Hoi H., Hettyey A. 2011. Kin discrimination during egg-cannibalism in smooth newts, Lissotriton vulgaris: Does competition matter? Journal of Zoology 284: 46-52.

DownloadTóth Z., Hoi H., Hettyey A. 2011. Intraspecific variation in the egg-wrapping behaviour of female smooth newts, Lissotriton vulgaris. Amphibia-Reptilia 32: 77-82.


DownloadBókony V., Kulcsár A., Liker A. 2010. Does urbanization select for weak competitors in house sparrows? Oikos 119: 437-444.

DownloadHettyey A., Hegyi G., Puurtinen M., Hoi H., Török J., Penn D.J. 2010. Mate choice for genetic benefits: Time to put the pieces together. Ethology 116: 1-9.

DownloadHettyey A., Zsarnóczai S., Vincze K., Hoi H., Laurila A. 2010. Interactions between the information content of different chemical cues affect induced defences in tadpoles. Oikos 119: 1814-1822.

DownloadKontschán J., Gyuris E. 2010. Hemipteroseius adleri Costa, 1968 collected on red firebug: the first record of the family Otopheidomenidae Treat, 1955 (Acari: Mesostigmata) in Hungary. Opuscula Zoologica Budapest 41: 241-243.

DownloadVégvári Zs., Bókony V., Barta Z., Kovács G. 2010. Life history predicts advancement of avian spring migration in response to climate change. Global Change Biology 16: 1-11.


DownloadBókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Liker A., Angelier F., Wingfield J.C., Chastel O. 2009. Stress response and the value of reproduction: Are birds prudent parents? American Naturalist 173: 589-598.

DownloadHettyey A., Baksay S., Vági B., Hoi H. 2009. Counterstrategies by female frogs to sexual coercion by heterospecifics. Animal Behaviour 78: 1365-1372.

DownloadHettyey A., Herczeg G., Hoi H. 2009. Testing the phenotype-linked fertility hypothesis in male moor frogs (Rana arvalis) exhibiting a conspicuous nuptial colouration. Amphibia-Reptilia 30: 581-586.

DownloadHettyey A., Herczeg G., Laurila A., Crochet P.-A., Merilä J. 2009. Body temperature, size, nuptial colouration and mating success in male Moor Frogs (Rana arvalis). Amphibia-Reptilia 30: 37-43.

DownloadHettyey A., Vági B., Hévizi G., Török J. 2009. Changes in sperm stores, ejaculate size, fertilization success, and sexual motivation over repeated matings in the common toad, Bufo bufo (Anura: Bufonidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96: 361-371.

DownloadLiker A., Bókony V. 2009. Larger groups are more successful in innovative problem solving in house sparrows. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106: 7893-7838.

DownloadLiker A., Bókony V., Kulcsár A., Tóth Z., Szabó K., Kaholek B., Pénzes Zs. 2009. Genetic relatedness in wintering groups of house sparrows (Passer domesticus). Molecular Ecology 18: 4696-4706.

DownloadTóth Z., Bókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Szabó K., Pénzes Zs., Liker A. 2009. Effects of relatedness on social foraging tactic use in house sparrows. Animal Behaviour 77: 337-342.

DownloadTóth Z., Bókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Szabó K., Pénzes Zs., Liker A. 2009. Kinship and aggression: do house sparrows spare their relatives? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1189-1196.

DownloadTóth Z., Bókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Szabó K., Pénzes Zs., Liker A. 2009. Whom do the sparrows follow? The effect of kinship on social preference in house sparrow flocks. Behavioural Processes 82: 173-177.


DownloadBókony V., Garamszegi L.Z., Hirschenhauser K., Liker A. 2008. Testosterone and melanin-based black plumage coloration: a comparative study. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:1229-1238.

DownloadBókony V., Liker A., Lendvai Á.Z., Kulcsár A. 2008. Risk-taking and survival in the House Sparrow Passer domesticus: are plumage ornaments costly? Ibis 150: 139-151.

DownloadGaramszegi L.Z., Hirschenhauser K., Bókony V., Eens M., Hurtrez-Boussès S., Møller A.P., Oliveira R.F., Wingfield J.C. 2008. Latitudinal distribution, migration and testosterone levels in birds. American Naturalist 172: 533-546.

DownloadKingma S.A., Szentirmai I., Székely T., Bókony V., Bleeker M., Liker A., Komdeur J. 2008. Sexual selection and the function of a melanin-based plumage ornament in polygamous penduline tits Remiz pendulinus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62: 1277-1288.

DownloadLiker A., Papp Zs., Bókony V., Lendvai Á.Z. 2008. Lean birds in the city: body size and condition of house sparrows along the urbanization gradient. Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 789-795.

DownloadTökölyi J., Bókony V., Barta Z. 2008. Seasonal color change by molt or by the abrasion of feather tips: a comparative study. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94: 711-721.


DownloadHettyey A., Roberts J.D. 2007. Sperm traits in the frog Crinia georgiana, a species with plastic alternative mating tactics. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 1303-1310.


DownloadBókony V., Lendvai Á.Z., Liker A. 2006. Multiple cues in status signalling: the role of wingbars in aggressive interactions of male house sparrows. Ethology 112: 947-954.

DownloadHettyey A., Roberts J.D. 2006. Sperm traits of the quacking frog, Crinia georgiana: intra- and interpopulation variation in a species with a high risk of sperm competition. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59: 389-396.

DownloadHettyey A., Pearman P.B. 2006. Testing experimental results in the field: Comment on Ficetola and De Bernardi (2005). Ethology 112: 930-931.


DownloadBókony V., Liker A. 2005. Melanin-based black plumage coloration is related to reproductive investment in cardueline finches. Condor 107: 775-787.

DownloadHettyey A., Laurila A., Herczeg G., Jönsson K.I., Kovács T., Merilä J. 2005. Does testis size decline towards the sub-arctic? A case study on the Common frog, Rana temporaria. Naturwissenschaften 92: 188-192.

DownloadHettyey A., Török J. 2005. ‘In situ’ prevention of fertilization by male anurans – a simple method for the detection of sperm competition with potential for other applications. Herpetological Review 36: 33-36.

DownloadHettyey A., Török J., Hévizi G. 2005. Male mate choice lacking in the Agile frog, Rana dalmatina. Copeia 2005: 403-408.

DownloadTóth Z., Horváth G., Müller E. 2005. Investigation of the mortality of a local barn owl population using key factor analysis. Italian Journal of Zoology 72: 229-234.


DownloadLendvai Á.Z., Barta Z., Liker A., Bókony V. 2004. The effect of energy reserves on social foraging: hungry sparrows scrounge more. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 271: 2467-2472.


DownloadBókony V., Liker A., Székely T., Kis J. 2003. Melanin-based plumage coloration and flight displays in plovers and allies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 270: 2491-2497.

DownloadHerczeg G., Kovács T., Hettyey A., Merilä J. 2003. To thermoconform or thermoregulate? An assessment of thermoregulation opportunities for the lizard Zootoca vivipara in the subarctic. Polar Biology 26: 486-490.

DownloadHettyey A., Pearman P.B. 2003. Social environment and reproductive interference affect reproductive success in the frog Rana latastei. Behavioral Ecology 14: 294-300.

DownloadHettyey A., Török J., Kovács T. 2003. Breeding biology and habitat use of seven amphibian species in a hilly woodland (Pilis Mountains, Hungary). Állattani Közlemények 88: 41-55. (in Hungarian)

DownloadReyer H.-U., Niederer B., Hettyey A. 2003. Variation in fertilization abilities between hemiclonal hybrid and sexual parental males of sympatric water frogs (Rana lessonae, R. esculenta, R. ridibunda). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54: 274-284.