Mistletoe nesting in Australian birds: a review

@article{Cooney2006MistletoeNI,
  title={Mistletoe nesting in Australian birds: a review},
  author={Stuart J. N. Cooney and D. Watson and J. Young},
  journal={Emu - Austral Ornithology},
  year={2006},
  volume={106},
  pages={1 - 12}
}
Abstract Interactions between birds and mistletoes have been described in many regions worldwide, with most research focusing exclusively on the role of birds as seed and pollen vectors for these hemiparasitic plants. Mistletoe is also widely used by birds as a nesting site, with a recent family-level compilation identifying species in 43 families worldwide nesting in mistletoes. We reviewed breeding and nesting accounts of Australian birds to explore the extent of mistletoe nesting at the… Expand
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