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    Goerlitz, H. R.: Weather conditions determine attenuation and speed of sound: Environmental limitations for monitoring and analyzing bat echolocation. Ecology and Evolution (2018)
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    Lattenkamp, E. Z.; Kaiser, S.; Kaucic, R.; Großmann, M.; Koselj, K.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Environmental acoustic cues guide the biosonar attention of a highly specialised echolocator. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (8), jeb165696 (2018)
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    Lewanzik, D.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Continued source level reduction during attack in the low-amplitude bat Barbastella barbastellus prevents moth evasive flight. Functional Ecology 32 (5), S. 1251 - 1261 (2018)
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    Hügel, T.; van Meir, V.; Munoz-Meneses, A.; Clarin, B.-M.; Siemers, B. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Does similarity in call structure or foraging ecology explain interspecific information transfer in wild Myotis bats? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71, 168 (2017)
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    Luo, J.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Brumm, H.; Wiegrebe, L.: Linking the sender to the receiver: Vocal adjustments by bats to maintain signal detection in noise. Scientific Reports 5, 18556 (2015)
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    Clare, E. L.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Drapeau, V. A.; Holderied, M. W.; Adams, A. M.; Nagel, J.; Dumont, E. R.; Hebert, P. D. N.; Brock Fenton, M.: Trophic niche flexibility in Glossophaga soricina: How a nectar seeker sneaks an insect snack. Functional Ecology 28 (3), S. 632 - 641 (2014)
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    Clarin, B.-M.; Bitzilekis, E.; Siemers, B. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Personal messages reduce vandalism and theft of unattended scientific equipment. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (2), S. 125 - 131 (2014)
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    Luo, J.; Koselj, K.; Zsebök, S.; Siemers, B. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Global warming alters sound transmission: Differential impact on the prey detection ability of echolocating bats. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 11 (91), 20130961 (2014)
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    Dorado-Correa, A. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Siemers, B. M.: Interspecific acoustic recognition in two European bat communities. Frontiers in Physiology 4, 192 (2013)
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    ter Hofstede, H. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Ratcliffe, J. M.; Holderied, M. W.; Surlykke, A.: The simple ears of noctuoid moths are tuned to the calls of their sympatric bat community. The Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (21), S. 3954 - 3962 (2013)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; Genzel, D.; Wiegrebe, L.: Bats’ avoidance of real and virtual objects: implications for the sonar coding of object size. Behavioural Processes 89 (1), S. 61 - 67 (2012)
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    ter Hofstede, H. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Montealegre-Z, F.; Robert, D.; Holderied, M. W.: Tympanal mechanics and neural responses in the ears of a noctuid moth. Die Naturwissenschaften 98 (12), S. 1057 - 1061 (2011)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; ter Hofstede, H. M.; Zeale, M. R. K.; Jones, G.; Holderied, M. W.: An aerial-hawking bat uses stealth echolocation to counter moth hearing. Current Biology 20 (17), S. 1568 - 1572 (2010)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; Geberl, C.; Wiegrebe, L.: Sonar detection of jittering real targets in a free-flying bat. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 128 (3), S. 1467 - 1475 (2010)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; Greif, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Cues for acoustic detection of prey: insect rustling sounds and the influence of walking substrate. The Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (17), S. 2799 - 2806 (2008)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; Hübner, M.; Wiegrebe, L.: Comparing passive and active hearing: Spectral analysis of transient sounds in bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (12), S. 1850 - 1858 (2008)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.; Siemers, B. M.: Sensory ecology of prey rustling sounds: acoustical features and their classification by wild Grey Mouse Lemurs. Functional Ecology 21 (1), S. 143 - 153 (2007)
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    Siemers, B. M.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Robsomanitrandrasana, E.; Piep, M.; Ramanamanjato, J.-B.; Rakotondravony, D.; Ramilijaona, O.; Ganzhorn, J. U.: Sensory basis of food detection in wild Microcebus murinus. International Journal of Primatology 28 (2), S. 291 - 304 (2007)
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    Schill, R. O.; Goerlitz, H. R.; Köhler, H.-R.: Laboratory simulation of a mining accident: acute toxicity, hsc/hsp70 response, and recovery from stress in Gammarus fossarum (Crustacea, Amphipoda) exposed to a pulse of cadmium. Biometals 16 (3), S. 391 - 401 (2003)
 
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