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Spatio-temporal population genetic structure of the parasitic mite Spinturnix bechsteini is shaped by its own demography and the social system of its bat host.
2009. , 18 (17) pp. 3581-3592. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Species-specific barrier effects of a motorway on the habitat use of two threatened forest-living bat species
2009. , 142 (2) pp. 270-279. Peer-reviewed., ,
Does the mode of transmission between hosts affect the host choice strategies of parasites? - Implications from a field study on bat fly and wing mite infestation of Bechstein's bats
2009. pp. in press. Peer-reviewed.,
My home is your caste - roost making is sexually selected in the bat Lophostoma silviculum
2008. pp. in press. Peer-reviewed., ,
Causes and consequences of sociality in bats
2008. , 58 pp. 737-746. Peer-reviewed.,
What can we learn from studying fission-fusion dynamics in primates and other animals?
2008. , 49 pp. 643-644.,
Animal sociality: bat colonies are founded by relatives.
2008. , 18 (17) pp. R740-R742. Peer-reviewed.,
Communally breeding Bechstein's bats have a stable social system that is independent from the postglacial history and location of the populations.
2008. , 17 (10) pp. 2368-2381. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , ,
Small-scale fragmentation effects on genetic diversity and population differentiation in two phyllostomid bats with different dispersal abilities.
2008. pp. in press. Peer-reviewed.,
All-offspring dispersal in a tropical mammal with resource defense polygyny
2007. , 61 pp. 1219-1228. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Roost selection and roost switching of female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii) as a strategy of parasite avoidance.
2007. , 154 (3) pp. 581-588. Peer-reviewed., ,
Implications of sex-specific habitat use and social sexual segregation for the conservation of the parti-coloured bat, Vespertilio murinus
2007. , 137 pp. 28-36. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Comparative analyses suggest that information transfer promoted sociality in male bats in the temperate zone.
2007. , 170 (3) pp. 465-472., ,
Relatedness, life history and social behaviour in the long-lived Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2006. pp. 199-212 dans , Zubaid A, McCracken GF, Kunz TH.,
Group decision making in fission-fusion societies: evidence from two-field experiments in Bechstein's bats.
2006. , 273 (1602) pp. 2785-2790. Peer-reviewed., , ,
The reproductive ecology of the bat fly Basilia nana (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) is affected by low roost fidelity of its host, the Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2006. , 98 pp. 237-243. Peer-reviewed.,
Do echolocation calls of the colony-living Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii) provide individual-specific signatures?
2006. , 59 pp. 443-454. Peer-reviewed.,
Mating system of a neotropical roost-making bat: the white-throated round-eared bat, Lophostoma silvicolum.
2005. , 58 pp. 316-325.,
Colonization and dispersal in a social species, the Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2005. , 14 (13) pp. 3943-3950. Peer-reviewed., ,
Evolution of a dinucleotide microsatellite in the mitochondrial genome of Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2005. , 61 pp. 408-416.,
Mate choice: female relatives share sexual partners in bats.
2005. , 15 (22) pp. R927-R929. Peer-reviewed., ,
Ecology of an exceptional roost: energetic benefits could explain why the bat Lophostoma silvicolum roosts in active termite nests.
2004. , 6 pp. 1037-1050.,
Behavioural and genetic data suggest that Bechstein's bats predominantely mate outside the breeding habitat.
2004. , 110 pp. 987-999.,
A comparative analysis of specialisation and extinction risk in temperate-zone bats.
2004. , 18 pp. 1293-1303.,
Social interactions among wild female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii) living in a maternity colony.
2003. , 5 pp. 107-114.,
High gene diversity at swarming sites suggest hot spots for gene flow in the endangered Bechstein's bat.
2003. , 4 pp. 491-499.,
Information transfer about roosts in female Bechstein's bats: an experimental field study.
2003. , 270 (1514) pp. 511-515. Peer-reviewed., ,
Secretions of the interaural gland contain information about individuality and colony membership in the Bechstein's bat.
2003. , 65 pp. 363-369.,
Highly polymorphic microsatellites for the study of the round-eared bat, Tonatia silvicola (d'Orbigny).
2002. , 34 pp. 455-458.,
Extreme sex-biased dispersal in the communally breeding, non-migratory Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2002. , 11 pp. 1491-1498.,
Mean colony relatedness is a poor predictor of colony structure and female philopatry in the communally breeding Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii).
2002. , 52 pp. 203-210.,
Roosting together, foraging apart: information transfer about food is unlikely to explain sociality in female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii).
2001. , 50 pp. 283-291.,
Day roost selection in female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii): a field experiment to determine the influence of roost temperature.
2001. , 126 (1-9).,
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) reveals that female Bechstein's bats live in closed societies.
2000. , 9 (6) pp. 793-800. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Fission, fusion and nonrandom associations in female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii).
1999. , 136 pp. 1187-1202.,
Evolution of repeated sequence arrays in the D-loop region of bat mitochondrial DNA.
1997. , 146 (3) pp. 1035-1048. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Transponder and an infrared-videocamera as methods in a fieldstudy on the social behaviour of Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii).
1996. , 34 pp. 27-34.,