Heubel, Katja
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Life on the edge: hydrogen sulfide and the fish communities of a Mexican cave and surrounding waters
M Tobler, I Schlupp, KU Heubel, R Riesch, FJG de León, O Giere, M Plath
Extremophiles 10, 577-585, 2006
Condition-dependence, genotype-by-environment interactions and the lek paradox
H Kokko, K Heubel
Genetica 134, 55-62, 2008
Cave molly females (Poecilia mexicana, Poeciliidae, Teleostei) like well-fed males
M Plath, KU Heubel, FJ García de León, I Schlupp
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58, 144-151, 2005
Noise can affect acoustic communication and subsequent spawning success in fish
K De Jong, MCP Amorim, PJ Fonseca, CJ Fox, KU Heubel
Environmental Pollution 237, 814-823, 2018
Choosy males from the underground: male mating preferences in surface- and cave-dwelling Atlantic mollies (Poecilia mexicana)
M Plath, U Seggel, H Burmeister, KU Heubel, I Schlupp
Naturwissenschaften 93, 103-109, 2006
Evolutionary and ecological implications of sexual parasitism
J Lehtonen, DJ Schmidt, K Heubel, H Kokko
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28 (5), 297-306, 2013
How populations persist when asexuality requires sex: the spatial dynamics of coping with sperm parasites
H Kokko, KU Heubel, DJ Rankin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1636), 817-825, 2008
Turbidity affects association behaviour in male Poecilia latipinna
KU Heubel, I Schlupp
Journal of Fish Biology 68 (2), 555-568, 2006
Geographic variation in female mate-copying in the species complex of a unisexual fish, Poecilia formosa
K Hornhardt, K Heubel, M Ryan, J Parzefall, I Schlupp, T Ollmann
Behaviour 145 (8), 1041-1064, 2008
Noise affects multimodal communication during courtship in a marine fish
K De Jong, MCP Amorim, PJ Fonseca, KU Heubel
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 113, 2018
How to go extinct by mating too much: population consequences of male mate choice and efficiency in a sexual–asexual species complex
KU Heubel, DJ Rankin, H Kokko
Oikos 118 (4), 513-520, 2009
Females increase current reproductive effort when future access to males is uncertain
KU Heubel, K Lindström, H Kokko
Biology letters 4 (2), 224-227, 2008
Influence of male harassment and female competition on female feeding behaviour in a sexual–asexual mating complex of mollies (Poecilia mexicana, P. formosa)
KU Heubel, M Plath
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (11), 1689-1699, 2008
Seasonal plasticity in male mating preferences in sailfin mollies
KU Heubel, I Schlupp
Behavioral Ecology 19 (6), 1080-1086, 2008
Prudent males, group adaptation, and the tragedy of the commons
H Kokko, KU Heubel
Oikos 120 (5), 641-656, 2011
You eat what you are: personality‐dependent filial cannibalism in a fish with paternal care
M Vallon, C Grom, N Kalb, D Sprenger, N Anthes, K Lindström, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (5), 1340-1352, 2016
Population ecology and sexual preferences in the mating complex of the unisexual Amazon molly Poecilia formosa (GIRARD, 1859)
KU Heubel
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2004
Water mold infection but not paternity induces selective filial cannibalism in a goby
M Vallon, N Anthes, KU Heubel
Ecology and evolution 6 (20), 7221-7229, 2016
Acoustic and visual courtship traits in two sympatric marine Gobiidae species – Pomatoschistus microps and Pomatoschistus minutus
EL Blom, I Mück, K Heubel, O Svensson
Environmental Biology of Fishes 99, 999-1007, 2016
Old but gold: males preferentially cannibalize young eggs
M Vallon, KU Heubel
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 569-573, 2016
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