Heubel, Katja
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 (6), 577-585, 2006
1402006
Condition-dependence, genotype-by-environment interactions and the lek paradox
H Kokko, K Heubel
Genetica 134 (1), 55-62, 2008
992008
Cave molly females (Poecilia mexicana, Poeciliidae, Teleostei) like well-fed males
M Plath, KU Heubel, FJG De León, I Schlupp
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58 (2), 144-151, 2005
812005
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 (3), 103-109, 2006
712006
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
612008
Evolutionary and ecological implications of sexual parasitism
J Lehtonen, DJ Schmidt, K Heubel, H Kokko
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (5), 297-306, 2013
572013
Geographic variation in female mate-copying in the species complex of a unisexual fish, Poecilia formosa
KU Heubel, K Hornhardt, T Ollmann, J Parzefall, MJ Ryan, I Schlupp
Behaviour, 1041-1064, 2008
492008
Turbidity affects association behaviour in male Poecilia latipinna
KU Heubel, I Schlupp
Journal of Fish Biology 68 (2), 555-568, 2006
452006
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
432018
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
392009
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
372008
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
372008
Seasonal plasticity in male mating preferences in sailfin mollies
KU Heubel, I Schlupp
Behavioral Ecology 19 (6), 1080-1086, 2008
352008
Prudent males, group adaptation, and the tragedy of the commons
H Kokko, KU Heubel
Oikos 120 (5), 641-656, 2011
272011
Noise affects multimodal communication during courtship in a marine fish
K de Jong, M Amorim, PJ Fonseca, KU Heubel
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 113, 2018
262018
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
222016
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
192004
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
152016
Population ecology and sexual preferences in the mating complex of the unisexual Amazon molly Poecilia formosa
KU Heubel
PhD thesis, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, 2004
122004
Old but gold: males preferentially cannibalize young eggs
M Vallon, KU Heubel
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (4), 569-573, 2016
112016
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