Silke Voigt-Heucke
Silke Voigt-Heucke
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
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Experimental evidence for group hunting via eavesdropping in echolocating bats
DKN Dechmann, SL Heucke, L Giuggioli, K Safi, CC Voigt, M Wikelski
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1668), 2721-2728, 2009
Rain increases the energy cost of bat flight
CC Voigt, K Schneeberger, SL Voigt-Heucke, D Lewanzik
Biology letters 7 (5), 793-795, 2011
A dual function of echolocation: bats use echolocation calls to identify familiar and unfamiliar individuals
SL Voigt-Heucke, M Taborsky, DKN Dechmann
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 59-67, 2010
The effect of ostensive cues on dogs’ performance in a manipulative social learning task
F Range, SL Heucke, C Gruber, A Konz, L Huber, Z Virányi
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 120 (3-4), 170-178, 2009
Divergent trophic levels in two cryptic sibling bat species
BM Siemers, S Greif, I Borissov, SL Voigt-Heucke, CC Voigt
Oecologia 166 (1), 69-78, 2011
Migratory bats respond to artificial green light with positive phototaxis
CC Voigt, M Roeleke, L Marggraf, G Pētersons, SL Voigt-Heucke
PLoS One 12 (5), e0177748, 2017
Metabolic costs of bat echolocation in a non-foraging context support a role in communication
DKN Dechmann, M Wikelski, HJ van Noordwijk, CC Voigt, ...
Frontiers in Physiology 4, 66, 2013
Revisiting adaptations of neotropical katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) to gleaning bat predation
H Ter Hofstede, S Voigt-Heucke, A Lang, H Römer, R Page, P Faure, ...
Neotropical biodiversity 3 (1), 41-49, 2017
Terrestrial locomotion imposes high metabolic requirements on bats
CC Voigt, IM Borrisov, SL Voigt-Heucke
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (24), 4340-4344, 2012
A self-assessment of european citizen science projects on their contribution to the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs)
N Moczek, SL Voigt-Heucke, KG Mortega, C Fabó Cartas, J Knobloch
Sustainability 13 (4), 1774, 2021
Isotopic Data Do Not Support Food Sharing Within Large Networks of Female Vampire Bats (Desmodus rotundus)
CC Voigt, SL Voigt‐Heucke, K Schneeberger
Ethology 118 (3), 260-268, 2012
Does interspecific eavesdropping promote aerial aggregations in European Pipistrelle bats during autumn?
SL Voigt‐Heucke, S Zimmer, S Kipper
Ethology 122 (9), 745-757, 2016
Finding your friends at densely populated roosting places: male Egyptian fruit bats (Rousettus aegyptiacus) distinguish between familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics
O Mann, V Lieberman, A Köhler, C Korine, HE Hedworth, ...
Acta Chiropterologica 13 (2), 411-417, 2011
A question of dialogue? Reflections on how citizen science can enhance communication between science and society
K Vohland, S Hecker, A Caplan, S Voigt-Heucke, S Rüfenacht, C Nold, ...
Journal of Science Communication 20 (3), 2021
Isotopic evidence for seed transfer from successional areas into forests by short-tailed fruit bats (Carollia spp.; Phyllostomidae)
CC Voigt, SL Voigt-Heucke, AS Kretzschmar
Journal of tropical ecology 28 (2), 181-186, 2012
Citizen science and the role in sustainable development
D Dörler, S Fritz, S Voigt-Heucke, F Heigl
Sustainability 13 (10), 5676, 2021
The Known Unknowns: What Citizen Science Projects in Germany Know about Their Volunteers—And What They Don’t Know
N Moczek, S Hecker, SL Voigt-Heucke
Sustainability 13 (20), 11553, 2021
Similar, yet different: male reed buntings (Emberiza schoeniclus) show high individual differences in song composition, rates of syllable sharing and use
M Bessert-Nettelbeck, S Kipper, C Bartsch, SL Voigt-Heucke
Journal of Ornithology 155 (3), 689-700, 2014
Citizen science data for urban planning: comparing different sampling schemes for modelling urban bird distribution
A Planillo, L Fiechter, U Sturm, S Voigt-Heucke, S Kramer-Schadt
Landscape and Urban Planning 211, 104098, 2021
Die Artenkenntnis von Berliner Schüler_innen am Beispiel einheimischer Vögel
U Sturm, S Voigt-Heucke, KG Mortega, A Moormann
Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Naturwissenschaften 26 (1), 143-155, 2020
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