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Zeitschriftenartikel (11)

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    Greif, S.; Zsebök, S.; Schmieder, D. A.; Siemers, B. M.: Acoustic mirrors as sensory traps for bats. Science 357 (6355), S. 1045 - 1047 (2017)
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    Dominoni, D. M.; Greif, S.; Nemeth, E.; Brumm, H.: Airport noise predicts song timing of European birds. Ecology and Evolution 6 (17), S. 6151 - 6159 (2016)
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    Voigt, C.; Lehmann, D.; Greif, S.: Stable isotope ratios of hydrogen separate mammals of aquatic and terrestrial food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (11), S. 1332 - 1340 (2015)
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    Greif, S.; Borissov, I. M.; Yovel, Y.; Holland, R. A.: A functional role of the sky's polarization pattern for orientation in the greater mouse-eared bat. Nature Communications 5, 4488 (2014)
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    Krueger, F.; Clare, E. L.; Greif, S.; Siemers, B. M.; Symondson, W. O. C.; Sommer, R. S.: An integrative approach to detect subtle trophic niche differentiation in the sympatric trawling bat species Myotis dasycneme and Myotis daubentonii. Molecular Ecology 23 (15), S. 3657 - 3671 (2014)
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    Siemers, B. M.; Kriner, E.; Kaipf, I.; Simon, M.; Greif, S.: Bats eavesdrop on the sound of copulating flies. Current Biology 22 (14), S. R563 - R564 (2012)
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    Siemers, B. M.; Greif, S.; Borissov, I. M.; Voigt-Heucke, S. L.; Voigt, C. C.: Divergent trophic levels in two cryptic sibling bat species. Oecologia 166 (1), S. 69 - 78 (2011)
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    Greif, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Innate recognition of water bodies in echolocating bats. Nature Communications 1, 107 (2010)
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    Voigt, C. C.; Clarin, B.-M.; Greif, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Perch-hunting in insectivorous Rhinolophus bats is related to the high energy costs of manoeuvring in flight. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 180 (7), S. 1079 - 1088 (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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    Guilbert, J. M.; Walker, M. M.; Greif, S.; Parsons, S.: Evidence of homing following translocation of long-tailed bats (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) at Grand Canyon Cave, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 34, S. 239 - 246 (2007)
 
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