Björn M. Siemers

Animal Physiology University of Tuebingen, Germany, Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
 Sensory Ecology MPI for Ornithology 
"Björn Siemers"


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Hügel T, van Meir V, Muñoz-Meneses A, et al. (2017) Does similarity in call structure or foraging ecology explain interspecific information transfer in wild Myotis bats? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71: 168
Greif S, Zsebők S, Schmieder D, et al. (2017) Acoustic mirrors as sensory traps for bats. Science (New York, N.Y.). 357: 1045-1047
Luo J, Siemers BM, Koselj K. (2015) How anthropogenic noise affects foraging. Global Change Biology
Clarin BM, Bitzilekis E, Siemers BM, et al. (2014) Personal messages reduce vandalism and theft of unattended scientific equipment. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5: 125-131
Puechmaille SJ, Borissov IM, Zsebok S, et al. (2014) Female mate choice can drive the evolution of high frequency echolocation in bats: a case study with Rhinolophus mehelyi. Plos One. 9: e103452
Luo J, Koselj K, Zsebok S, et al. (2014) Global warming alters sound transmission: differential impact on the prey detection ability of echolocating bats. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 11: 20130961
Luo J, Clarin BM, Borissov IM, et al. (2014) Are torpid bats immune to anthropogenic noise? The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 1072-8
Krüger F, Clare EL, Greif S, et al. (2014) An integrative approach to detect subtle trophic niche differentiation in the sympatric trawling bat species Myotis dasycneme and Myotis daubentonii. Molecular Ecology. 23: 3657-71
Clarin TMA, Borissov I, Page RA, et al. (2014) Social learning within and across species: Information transfer in mouse-eared bats Canadian Journal of Zoology. 92: 129-139
Dorado-Correa AM, Goerlitz HR, Siemers BM. (2013) Interspecific acoustic recognition in two European bat communities. Frontiers in Physiology. 4: 192
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