Max Ringler
Max Ringler
University of Bern - Institute of Ecology and Evolution
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Strong male/male competition allows for nonchoosy females: high levels of polygynandry in a territorial frog with paternal care
EVA Ursprung, MAX Ringler, R Jehle, W Hödl
Molecular Ecology 20 (8), 1759-1771, 2011
Tadpole transport logistics in a Neotropical poison frog: indications for strategic planning and adaptive plasticity in anuran parental care
E Ringler, A Pa¹ukonis, W Hödl, M Ringler
Frontiers in Zoology 10, 1-10, 2013
Site fidelity and patterns of short- and long-term movement in the brilliant-thighed poison frog Allobates femoralis (Aromobatidae)
M Ringler, E Ursprung, W Hödl
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 1281-1293, 2009
Flexible compensation of uniparental care: female poison frogs take over when males disappear
E Ringler, A Pa¹ukonis, WT Fitch, L Huber, W Hödl, M Ringler
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 1219-1225, 2015
The significance of spatial memory for water finding in a tadpole-transporting frog
A Pa¹ukonis, K Trenkwalder, M Ringler, E Ringler, R Mangione, ...
Animal behaviour 116, 89-98, 2016
The female perspective of mating in A. femoralis, a territorial frog with paternal care–a spatial and genetic analysis
E Ringler, M Ringler, R Jehle, W Hödl
PLoS One 7 (6), e40237, 2012
Poison frogs rely on experience to find the way home in the rainforest
A Pa¹ukonis, I Warrington, M Ringler, W Hödl
Biology letters 10 (11), 20140642, 2014
The Homing Frog: High Homing Performance in a Territorial Dendrobatid Frog Allobates femoralis (Dendrobatidae)
A Pa¹ukonis, M Ringler, HB Brandl, R Mangione, E Ringler, W Hödl
Ethology 119 (9), 762-768, 2013
Homing trajectories and initial orientation in a Neotropical territorial frog, Allobates femoralis (Dendrobatidae)
A Pa¹ukonis, MC Loretto, L Landler, M Ringler, W Hödl
Frontiers in Zoology 11, 1-9, 2014
Where have all the tadpoles gone? Individual genetic tracking of amphibian larvae until adulthood
E Ringler, R Mangione, M Ringler
Molecular Ecology Resources 15 (4), 737-746, 2015
Intrusion Experiments to Measure Territory Size: Development of the Method, Tests through Simulations, and Application in the Frog Allobates femoralis
M Ringler, E Ringler, D Magaña Mendoza, W Hödl
PLoS One 6 (10), e25844, 2011
Phonotactic approach pattern in the neotropical frog Allobates femoralis: A spatial and temporal analysis
E Ursprung, M Ringler, W Hodl
Behaviour 146 (2), 153-170, 2009
Populations, pools, and peccaries: simulating the impact of ecosystem engineers on rainforest frogs
M Ringler, W Hödl, E Ringler
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 340-349, 2015
Toe regeneration in the neotropical frog Allobates femoralis
E Ursprung, M Ringler, R Jehle, W Hödl
The Herpetological Journal 21 (1), 83-86, 2011
Adopt, ignore, or kill? Male poison frogs adjust parental decisions according to their territorial status
E Ringler, K Barbara Beck, S Weinlein, L Huber, M Ringler
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 43544, 2017
Relying on known or exploring for new? Movement patterns and reproductive resource use in a tadpole-transporting frog
KB Beck, MC Loretto, M Ringler, W Hödl, A Pa¹ukonis
PeerJ 5, e3745, 2017
Brood-partitioning behaviour in unpredictable environments: hedging the bets?
M Erich, M Ringler, W Hödl, E Ringler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69, 1011-1017, 2015
High-resolution forest mapping for behavioural studies in the Nature Reserve ‘Les Nouragues’, French Guiana
M Ringler, R Mangione, A Pa¹ukonis, G Rainer, K Gyimesi, J Felling, ...
Journal of Maps 12 (1), 26-32, 2016
Low reproductive skew despite high male-biased operational sex ratio in a glass frog with paternal care
A Mangold, K Trenkwalder, M Ringler, W Hödl, E Ringler
BMC Evolutionary Biology 15 (1), 1-13, 2015
Sex-specific offspring discrimination reflects respective risks and costs of misdirected care in a poison frog
E Ringler, A Pa¹ukonis, M Ringler, L Huber
Animal Behaviour 114, 173-179, 2016
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