Barbara A. Caspers
Barbara A. Caspers
Professor of Behavioural Ecology, Bielefeld University,
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The biology of color
IC Cuthill, WL Allen, K Arbuckle, B Caspers, G Chaplin, ME Hauber, ...
Science 357 (6350), eaan0221, 2017
Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird
ET Krause, O Krüger, P Kohlmeier, BA Caspers
Biology letters 8 (3), 327-329, 2012
Songs, scents, and senses: sexual selection in the greater sac-winged bat, Saccopteryx bilineata
CC Voigt, O Behr, B Caspers, O von Helversen, M Knörnschild, F Mayer, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 89 (6), 1401-1410, 2008
Odour-based natal nest recognition in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata), a colony-breeding songbird
BA Caspers, ET Krause
Biology letters 7 (2), 184-186, 2011
Bats, bacteria, and bat smell: sex-specific diversity of microbes in a sexually selected scent organ
CC Voigt, B Caspers, S Speck
Chemical fingerprints encode mother–offspring similarity, colony membership, relatedness, and genetic quality in fur seals
MA Stoffel, BA Caspers, J Forcada, A Giannakara, M Baier, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (36), E5005-E5012, 2015
Kinship, association, and social complexity in bats
GS Wilkinson, G Carter, KM Bohn, B Caspers, G Chaverri, D Farine, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 1-15, 2019
Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities
SC Griffith, OL Crino, SC Andrew, FY Nomano, E Adkins‐Regan, ...
Ethology 123 (1), 1-29, 2017
The more the better–polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra salamandra)
BA Caspers, ET Krause, R Hendrix, M Kopp, O Rupp, K Rosentreter, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (1), 239-250, 2014
Data from: The more the better–polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra …
B Caspers, ET Krause, R Hendrix, M Kopp, K Rosentreter, S Steinfartz
Zebra Finch chicks recognise parental scent, and retain chemosensory knowledge of their genetic mother, even after egg cross-fostering
BA Caspers, JC Hagelin, M Paul, S Bock, S Willeke, ET Krause
Scientific reports 7 (1), 12859, 2017
Differences in olfactory species recognition in the females of two Australian songbird species
ET Krause, C Brummel, S Kohlwey, MC Baier, C Müller, F Bonadonna, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68, 1819-1827, 2014
The power of infochemicals in mediating individualized niches
C Müller, BA Caspers, J Gadau, S Kaiser
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35 (11), 981-989, 2020
Olfactory imprinting as a mechanism for nest odour recognition in zebra finches
BA Caspers, JI Hoffman, P Kohlmeier, O Krüger, ET Krause
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 85-90, 2013
Odour-based species recognition in two sympatric species of sac-winged bats (Saccopteryx bilineata, S. leptura): combining chemical analyses, behavioural …
BA Caspers, FC Schroeder, S Franke, WJ Streich, CC Voigt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 741-749, 2009
Are olfactory cues involved in nest recognition in two social species of estrildid finches?
ET Krause, BA Caspers
PLoS One 7 (5), e36615, 2012
Olfactory Communication via Microbiota: What Is Known in Birds?
Ö Maraci, K Engel, B Caspers
Genes 9 (8), 387, 2018
Poor Nutritional Conditions During the Early Larval Stage Reduce Risk‐Taking Activities of Fire Salamander Larvae (Salamandra salamandra)
ET Krause, S Steinfartz, BA Caspers
Ethology 117 (5), 416-421, 2011
Female Zebra Finches Smell Their Eggs
S Golüke, S Dörrenberg, ET Krause, BA Caspers
PloS one 11 (5), e0155513, 2016
Impact of kin odour on reproduction in zebra finches
BA Caspers, A Gagliardo, ET Krause
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69, 1827-1833, 2015
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