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von Merten, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Shrew twittering call rate is high in novel environments. A lab-study. Mammal Research 65 (3), pp. 469 - 479 (2020)
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Sommer, R. S.; Hofreiter, M.; Krüger, F.; Siemers, B. M.; Paijmans, J. L. A.; Li, C.; Geiger, M. F.: Preliminary results on the molecular study of fish-eating by "trawling Myotis" bat species in Europe. Vertebrate Zoology 69 (1), pp. 83 - 92 (2019)
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Greif, S.; Zsebök, S.; Schmieder, D. A.; Siemers, B. M.: Acoustic mirrors as sensory traps for bats. Science 357 (6355), pp. 1045 - 1047 (2017)
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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.; Siemers, B. M.; Koselj, K.: How anthropogenic noise affects foraging. Global Change Biology 21 (9), pp. 3278 - 3289 (2015)
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Senawi, J.; Schmieder, D. A.; Siemers, B. M.; Kingston, T.: Beyond size - Morphological predictors of bite force in a diverse insectivorous bat assemblage from Malaysia. Functional Ecology 29 (11), pp. 1411 - 1420 (2015)
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Zsebök, S.; Czaban, D.; Farkas, J.; Siemers, B. M.; von Merten, S.: Acoustic species identification of shrews: Twittering calls for monitoring. Ecological Informatics 27, pp. 1 - 10 (2015)
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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), pp. 125 - 131 (2014)
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Clarin, T. M. A.; Borissov, I. M.; Page, R. A.; Ratcliffe, J. M.; Siemers, B. M.: Social learning within and across species: Information transfer in mouse-eared bats. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 92 (2), pp. 129 - 139 (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), pp. 3657 - 3671 (2014)
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Luo, J.; Clarin, B.-M.; Borissov, I. M.; Siemers, B. M.: Are torpid bats immune to anthropogenic noise? The Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (7), pp. 1072 - 1078 (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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Puechmaille, S. J.; Borissov, I. M.; Zsebök, S.; Allegrini, B.; Hizem, M.; Kuenzel, S.; Schuchmann, M.; Teeling, E. C.; Siemers, B. M.: Female mate choice can drive the evolution of high frequency echolocation in bats: A case study with Rhinolophus mehelyi. PLoS One 9 (7), e103452 (2014)
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Ruczynski, I.; Clarin, T. M. A.; Siemers, B. M.: Do greater mouse-eared bats experience a trade-off between energy conservation and learning? The Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (22), pp. 4043 - 4048 (2014)
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Schmieder, D. A.; Zsebök, S.; Siemers, B. M.: The tail plays a major role in the differing manoeuvrability of two sibling species of mouse-eared bats (Myotis myotis and Myotis blythii). Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 92 (11), pp. 965 - 977 (2014)
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Clarin, T. M. A.; Ruczynski, I.; Page, R. A.; Siemers, B. M.: Foraging ecology predicts learning performance in insectivorous bats. PLoS One 8 (6), e64823 (2013)
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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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Salvarina, I.; Yohannes, E.; Siemers, B. M.; Koselj, K.: Advantages of using fecal samples for stable isotope analysis in bats: Evidence from a triple isotopic experiment. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 27 (17), pp. 1945 - 1953 (2013)
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Teschke, I.; Wascher, C. A. F.; Scriba, M. F.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Huml, V.; Siemers, B. M.; Tebbich, S.: Did tool-use evolve with enhanced physical cognitive abilities? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 368 (1630), 20120418 (2013)
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Zsebök, S.; Kroll, F.; Heinrich, M.; Genzel, D.; Siemers, B. M.; Wiegrebe, L.: Trawling bats exploit an echo-acoustic ground effect. Frontiers in Physiology 4, 65 (2013)
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Page, R. A.; von Merten, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Associative memory or algorithmic search: A comparative study on learning strategies of bats and shrews. Animal Cognition 15 (4), pp. 495 - 504 (2012)
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Schmieder, D. A.; Kingston, T.; Hashim, R.; Siemers, B. M.: Sensory constraints on prey detection performance in an ensemble of vespertilionid understorey rain forest bats. Functional Ecology 26 (5), pp. 1043 - 1053 (2012)
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Schuchmann, M.; Puechmaille, S. J.; Siemers, B. M.: Horseshoe bats recognise the sex of conspecifics from their echolocation calls. Acta Chiropterologica 14 (1), pp. 161 - 166 (2012)
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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), pp. R563 - R564 (2012)
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von Merten, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Exploratory behaviour in shrews: Fast-lived Sorex versus slow-lived Crocidura. Animal Behaviour 84 (1), pp. 29 - 38 (2012)
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Walters, C. L.; Freeman, R.; Collen, A.; Dietz, C.; Fenton, M. B.; Jones, G.; Obrist, M. K.; Puechmaille, S. J.; Sattler, T.; Siemers, B. M. et al.; Parsons, S.; Jones, K. E.: A continental-scale tool for acoustic identification of European bats. Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (5), pp. 1064 - 1074 (2012)
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Alem, S.; Koselj, K.; Siemers, B. M.; Greenfield, M. D.: Bat predation and the evolution of leks in acoustic moths. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (11), pp. 2105 - 2116 (2011)
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Jones, G.; Siemers, B. M.: The communicative potential of bat echolocation pulses. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 197 (5), pp. 447 - 457 (2011)
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Jones, P. L.; Page, R. A.; Hartbauer, M.; Siemers, B. M.: Behavioral evidence for eavesdropping on prey song in two Palearctic sibling bat species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (2), pp. 333 - 340 (2011)
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Koselj, K.; Schnitzler, H.-U.; Siemers, B. M.: Horseshoe bats make adaptive prey-selection decisions, informed by echo cues. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1721), pp. 3034 - 3041 (2011)
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Ruczynski, I.; Siemers, B. M.: Hibernation does not affect memory retention in bats. Biology Letters 7 (1), pp. 153 - 155 (2011)
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Ruczynski, I.; Szarlik, A.; Siemers, B. M.: Conspicuous visual cues can help bats to find tree cavities. Acta Chiropterologica 13 (2), pp. 385 - 389 (2011)
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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), pp. 69 - 78 (2011)
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Siemers, B. M.; Schaub, A.: Hunting at the highway: Traffic noise reduces foraging efficiency in acoustic predators. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1712), pp. 1646 - 1652 (2011)
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Siemers, B. M.; Wiegrebe, L.; Grothe, B.: Ecology and neuroethology of bat echolocation: A tribute to Gerhard Neuweiler. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 197 (5), pp. 399 - 402 (2011)
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Driessens, T.; Siemers, B. M.: Cave-dwelling bats do not avoid TMT and 2-PT - components of predator odour that induce fear in other small mammals. The Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (14), pp. 2453 - 2460 (2010)
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Estok, P.; Zsebök, S.; Siemers, B. M.: Great tits search for, capture, kill and eat hibernating bats. Biology Letters 6 (1), pp. 59 - 62 (2010)
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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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Hartbauer, M.; Ofner, E.; Grossauer, V.; Siemers, B. M.: The cercal organ may provide singing tettigoniids a backup sensory system for the detection of eavesdropping bats. PLoS One 5 (9), e12698 (2010)
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Holland, R. A.; Borissov, I. M.; Siemers, B. M.: A nocturnal mammal, the greater mouse-eared bat, calibrates a magnetic compass by the sun. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (15), pp. 6941 - 6945 (2010)
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Safi, K.; Siemers, B. M.: Implications of sensory ecology for species coexistence: Biased perception links predator diversity to prey size distribution. Evolutionary Ecology 24 (4), pp. 703 - 713 (2010)
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Schmieder, D. A.; Kingston, T.; Hashim, R.; Siemers, B. M.: Breaking the trade-off: Rainforest bats maximize bandwidth and repetition rate of echolocation calls as they approach prey. Biology Letters 6 (5), pp. 604 - 609 (2010)
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Schuchmann, M.; Siemers, B. M.: Variability in echolocation call intensity in a community of horseshoe bats: A role for resource partitioning or communication? PLoS One 5 (9), e12842 (2010)
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Schuchmann, M.; Siemers, B. M.: Behavioral evidence for community-wide species discrimination from echolocation calls in bats. American Naturalist 176 (1), pp. 72 - 82 (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), pp. 1079 - 1088 (2010)
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Dietz, C.; Dietz, I.; Ivanova, T.; Siemers, B. M.: Seasonal and regional scale movements of horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus, Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) in northern Bulgaria. Nyctalus (N. F.) 14 (1-2), p. 52-64 (2009)
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Estok, P.; Siemers, B. M.: Calls of a bird-eater: The echolocation behaviour of the enigmatic greater noctule, Nyctalus lasiopterus. Acta Chiropterologica 11 (2), pp. 405 - 414 (2009)
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Ruczynski, I.; Kalko, E. K. V.; Siemers, B. M.: Calls in the forest: A comparative approach to how bats find tree cavities. Ethology 115 (2), pp. 167 - 177 (2009)
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Siemers, B. M.: Wie "sehen" Fledermäuse die Welt? Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (2009)
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Siemers, B. M.; Schauermann, G.; Turni, H.; von Merten, S.: Why do shrews twitter? Communication or simple echo-based orientation. Biology Letters 5 (5), pp. 593 - 596 (2009)
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