Sophie von Merten
Sophie von Merten
Post doctoral researcher, University of Lisbon
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Why do shrews twitter? Communication or simple echo-based orientation
BM Siemers, G Schauermann, H Turni, S von Merten
Biology Letters 5 (5), 593-596, 2009
A role for ultrasonic vocalisation in social communication and divergence of natural populations of the house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus)
S Von Merten, S Hoier, C Pfeifle, D Tautz
PloS one 9 (5), e97244, 2014
Associative memory or algorithmic search: a comparative study on learning strategies of bats and shrews
RA Page, S von Merten, BM Siemers
Animal cognition 15 (4), 495-504, 2012
Exploratory behaviour in shrews: fast-lived Sorex versus slow-lived Crocidura
S von Merten, BM Siemers
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 29-38, 2012
Communication at the garden fence–context dependent vocalization in female house mice
S Hoier, C Pfeifle, S von Merten, M Linnenbrink
PloS one 11 (3), e0152255, 2016
Social personality: a more social shrew species exhibits stronger differences in personality types
S von Merten, R Zwolak, L Rychlik
Animal Behaviour 127, 125-134, 2017
Visual landmark orientation by flying bats at a large-scale touch and walk screen for bats, birds and rodents
Y Winter, S von Merten, HU Kleindienst
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 141 (2), 283-290, 2005
Acoustic species identification of shrews: Twittering calls for monitoring
S Zsebők, D Czaban, J Farkas, BM Siemers, S von Merten
Ecological Informatics 27, 1-10, 2015
No speed dating please! Patterns of social preference in male and female house mice
M Linnenbrink, S von Merten
Frontiers in zoology 14 (1), 38, 2017
Metabolic and behavioral adaptations of greater white-toothed shrews to urban conditions
FG Oliveira, ML Mathias, L Rychlik, JT Tapisso, S von Merten
Behavioral Ecology 31 (6), 1334-1343, 2020
Individual behavior, behavioral stability, and pace of life within and among five shrew species
S von Merten, NJ Dingemanse, M da Luz Mathias, L Rychlik
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (2), 15, 2020
Spatial Exploration and Acoustic Orientation in Shrews: A Comparative Approach on the Three Sympatric Species Sorex Araneus, Sorex Minutus and Crocidura Leucodon
S von Merten
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2011
Shrew twittering call rate is high in novel environments—a lab-study
S von Merten, BM Siemers
Mammal Research, 1-11, 2020
International Colloquium Biology of the Soricidae IV, Poznań, Poland, 11-14 September 2016: Programme & Abstract Book
L Rychlik, S von Merten, P Kardynia
Department of Systematic Zoology, Institute of Environmental Biology …, 2016
Behavioral responses of rural and urban greater white-toothed shrews (Crocidura russula) to sound disturbance
FG Oliveira, JT Tapisso, S von Merten, L Rychlik, PJ Fonseca, ...
Urban Ecosystems, 1-12, 0
Why do shrews twitter? Communication or simple echo-based
BM Siemers, G Schauermann, H Turni, S von Merten
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