Department of Animal Ecology
PD Dr. Bernhard Stadler
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Bernhard Stadler: Publications



-- 2008 --
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG: Mutualisms: ants and their insect partners, (232p.), Cambridge UP (2008) [Link] -- Details

-- 2007 --
Kindlmann, P; Hulle, M; Stadler, B: Timing of dispersal: effects of ants on aphids, Oecologia, 152, 625-631 (2007) -- Details

-- 2006 --
Stadler, B; Müller, T; Orwig, D: The ecology of energy and nutrient fluxes in hemlock forests invaded by Hemlock woolly adelgid, Ecology, 87, 1792-1804 (2006) -- Details
Stadler, B; Schramm, A; Kalbitz, K: Ant-mediated effects on spruce litter decomposition, solution chemistry, and microbial activity, Soil Biology Biochemistry, 38, 561-572 (2006) -- Details

-- 2005 --
Michalzik, B; Stadler, B: Importance of canopy herbivores to dissolved and particulate organic matter fluxes to the forest floor, Geoderma, 127, 227-236 (2005) -- Details
Mühlenberg, E; Stadler, B: Effects of altitude on aphid-mediated processes in the canopy of Norway spruce, Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 7, 133-143 (2005) -- Details
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG: Ecology and evolution of aphid-ant interactions, Annual Review Ecology Systematics, 36, 345-372 (2005) -- Details
Stadler, B; Müller, T; Orwig, D; Cobb, R: Hemlock woolly adelgid: canopy impacts transforming ecosystem processes and landscapes in New England forests, Ecosystems, 8, 233-247 (2005) -- Details

-- 2004 --
Kindlmann, P; Stadler, B: Dynamics of throughfall carbon concentrations in a spruce forest, Ecological Modelling, 176, 381-388 (2004) -- Details
Stadler, B: Wedged between bottom-up and top-down processes: aphids on tansy, Ecological Entomology, 29, 106-116 (2004) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B: Phyllosphere ecology in a changing environment: the role of insects in forest ecosystems in Matzner, E.: Ecological Studies, Biogeochemistry of forested catchments in a changing environment: a German case study, Springer Verlag, 172, 251-270 (2004)
Stadler, B; Mühlenberg, E; Michalzik, B: The ecology driving nutrient fluxes in forests. In: Insects and ecosystem function in Matzner, E.: Ecological Studies, Biogeochemistry of forested catchments in a changing environment: a German case study, Springer Verlag, 172, 213-239 (2004)
Zwölfer, H; Stadler, B: The organization of phytophagous guilds in Cardueae flower heads: conclusions from null models, Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6, 1201-1218 (2004) -- Details

-- 2003 --
Müller, T; Müller, M; Behrendt, U; Stadler, B: Diversity of culturable phyllosphere bacteria on beech and oak: the effects of lepidopterous larvae, Microbiological Research, 158, 291-297 (2003) -- Details
Stadler, B; Kindlmann, P; Smilauer, P; Fiedler, K: A comparative analysis of morphological and ecological characters of European aphids and lycaenids in relation to ant attendance, Oecologia, 135, 422-430 (2003) -- Details

-- 2002 --
Mondor, E; Roitberg, B; Stadler, B: Cornicle length in Macrosiphini aphids: a comparison of ecological traits, Ecological Entomology, 27, 758-762 (2002) -- Details
Stadler, B: Determinants of the size of aphid-parasitoid assemblages, Journal of Applied Entomology, 126, 258-264 (2002)
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG; Kindlmann, P: Relative fitness of aphids: effects of plant quality and ants, Ecology Letters, 5, 216-222 (2002) -- Details

-- 2001 --
Stadler, B: Insektenökologie: Ein ökosystemarer Ansatz, Forstarchiv, 72, 124-130 (2001)
Stadler, B; Fiedler, K; Kawecki, T; Weisser, W: Costs and benefits for phytophagous myrmecophiles: when ants are not always available, Oikos, 92, 467-478 (2001) -- Details
Stadler, B; Müller, T; Sheppard, L; Crossley, A: Effects of <i>Elatobium abietinum</i> on nutrient fluxes in Sitka spruce canopies receiving elevated nitrogen and sulphur deposition, Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 3, 253-261 (2001) -- Details
Stadler, B; Solinger, St; Michalzik, B: Insect herbivores and the nutrient flow from the canopy to the soil in coniferous and deciduous forests, Oecologia, 126, 104-113 (2001) -- Details

-- 2000 --
Michalzik, B; Stadler, B: Effects of phytophagous insects on soil solution chemistry: herbivores as switches for the nutrient dynamics in the soil., Basic and Applied Ecology, 1, 117-123 (2000) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B: Effects of phytophagous insects on micro-organisms and throughfall chemistry in forested ecosystems: herbivores as switches for the nutrient dynamics in the canopy., Basic and Applied Ecology, 1, 109-116 (2000) -- Details
Stadler, B; Müller, T: Effects of aphids and moth caterpillars on epiphytic microorganisms in canopies of forest trees, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 30, 631-638 (2000) -- Details

-- 1999 --
Michalzik, B; Müller, T; Stadler, B: Aphids on Norway spruce and their effects on forest floor solution chemistry, Forest Ecology and Management, 118, 1-10 (1999) -- Details
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG: Ant attendance in aphids: why different degrees of myrmecophily?, Ecological Entomology, 24, 363-369 (1999) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B: The impact of spruce aphids on nutrient flows in the canopy of Norway spruce, Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 1, 3-9 (1999) -- Details

-- 1998 --
Stadler, B: The effect of plant quality and temperature on fitness of Cinara pruinosa (Hartig) on Norway spruce, European Journal of Entomology, 95, 351-358 (1998) -- Details
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG: Why are mutualistic interactions between aphids and ants so rare? , Aphids in Natural and Managed Ecosystems, 271-278 (1998) -- Details
Stadler, B; Dixon, AFG: Costs of ant attendance for aphids, J. of Animal Ecology, 67, 454-459 (1998) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B: Linking aphid honeydew, throughfall, and forest floor solution chemistry of Norway spruce, Ecology Letters, 1, 13-16 (1998) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B: Aphid infested Norway spruce are "hot spots" in throughfall carbon chemistry in coniferous forests, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 28, 1717-1722 (1998) -- Details
Stadler, B; Michalzik, B; Müller, T: Linking aphid ecology with nutrient fluxes in a coniferous forest, Ecology, 79(5), 1514-1525 (1998) -- Details

-- 1997 --
Stadler, B: Egg distribution and survival of Cinara pilicornis (Hartig) on damaged and undamaged Norway spruce (Picea abies) (L.) Karst., Journal of Applied Entomology, 121, 71-75 (1997) -- Details
Stadler, B: The relative importance of host plants, natural enemies and ants in the evolution of life-history characters in aphids in Beck E., Bendix J, Kottke I, Makeschin F, Mosandl R,: Ecological Studies, Springer Verlag, 130, 241-256 (1997)

-- 1996 --
Stadler, B; Mackauer, M: Influence of plant quality on interactions between the aphid parasitoid Ephedrus californicus Baker (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) and its host, Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris) (Homoptera: Aphididae), The Canadian Entomologist, 128, 27-39 (1996) -- Details
Stadler, B; Müller, T: Aphid honeydew and its effect on the phyllosphere microflora of Picea abies (L.) Karst., Oecologia, 108, 771-776 (1996) -- Details
Völkl, W; Stadler, B: Colony orientation and successful defence behaviour in the conifer aphid, Schizolachnus pineti, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 78, 197-200 (1996) -- Details

-- 1995 --
Stadler, B: Neue Optimierungsmodelle in der evolutionsorientierten Verhaltensökologie, Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 48, 67-67 (1995)
Stadler, B: Adaptive allocation of resources and life-history trade-offs in aphids relative to plant quality, Oecologia, 102, 246-254 (1995) -- Details

-- 1994 --
Stadler, B; Weisser, WW; Houston, AI: Defense reaction in aphids: The influence of state and future reproductive success, J. Anim. Ecol., 63, 419-430 (1994)
Weisser, WW; Stadler, B: Aphid polymorphism and fitness, European Journal of Entomology, 91, 71-78 (1994)
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