Fallzahl Landau: 1 (Warnstufe Gelb bis 16.04.2021) Maßnahmenkonzept

Dr. Laia Mestre

Gebäude I, Raum 2.01


16.  Bertrand C., Eckerter P.W., Ammann L., Entling M.H., Gobet E., Herzog F., Mestre L., Tinner W., Albrecht M. Seasonal shifts and complementary use of pollen sources by two bees, a lacewing and a ladybeetle species in European agricultural landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology, doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.13483.

15.  Tuni C., Mestre L., Berger-Tal R., Lubin Y., Bilde T. 2019. Mate choice in naturally inbred spiders: testing the role of relatedness. Animal Behaviour, 157, 27-33.

14.  Mestre L., Schirmel J., Hetz J., Kolb S., Pfister S., Amato M., Sutter L., Jeanneret P., Albrecht M., Entling, M. H. 2018. Both woody and herbaceous semi-natural habitats are essential for spider overwintering in European farmland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 267, 141-146.

13.  Mestre L., Jansson N., Ranius, T. Small-scale manipulation of habitat spatial configuration drives saproxylic biodiversity and decomposition rate. 2018. Biological Conservation, 227, 226-232.

12. Birkhofer K., Bylund H., Dalin P., Ferlian O., Gagic V., Hambäck P., Klapwijk M., Mestre L., Roubinet E., Schroeder M., Stenberg J., Porcel M., Björkman C., Jonsson M. 2017. Methods to identify the prey of invertebrate predators in terrestrial field studies, Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.2791

11.  Ranius T., Mestre L., Bouget C., Schroeder M. 2016. Fragmentation effects on dead wood dependent species associated with disturbed forest habitats: implications for stump harvesting, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 32, 260-267.

10.  Mestre L., Piñol J., Barrientos J. A., Espadaler X. 2016. Differential ant exclusion from canopies shows contrasting top-down effects on community structure, Oecologia, 180, 193-203

9.    Maas B., Karp D., Bumrungsri S. J., Darras K., Gonthier D., Huang C-C., Lindell C., Maine J., Mestre L., Michel N., Morrison E., Perfecto I., Philpott S., Șekercioğlu Ç. H., Silva R. M., Taylor P., Tscharntke T., Van Bael S., Whelan C. J., Williams-Guillén K. 2016. Bird and bat predation services in tropical forests and agroforestry landscapes, Biological Reviews, 91, 1081-1101, doi: 10.1111/brv.12211

Science.ORF.at: Vögel und Fledermäuse machen "Milliardenjob" (07/2015)

NATUR.de: Vögel und Fledermäuse: Kostbare Nützlinge (07/2015)

8.    Mestre L., Rodríguez-Teijeiro J. D., Tuni C. 2015. Females of the cellar spider discriminate against previous mates, Ethology, 121, 994-1001

7.    Mestre L., Bucher R., Entling M. 2014. Trait-mediated effects between predators: ant chemical cues induce spider dispersal, Journal of Zoology, 293, 119-125

Journal podcast (summer 2014)

NZZ Am Sonntag: Ameisen schicken Spinnen in Exil (12/2014)

6.    Mestre L., Piñol J., Barrientos J. A., Espadaler X., Brewitt K., Werner C., Platner C. 2013. Trophic structure of the spider community of a Mediterranean citrus grove: A stable isotope analysis, Basic and Applied Ecology, 14, 413-422

5. Mestre L., Piñol J., Barrientos J. A., Espadaler X. 2013. Ant exclusion in citrus over an 8-year period reveals a pervasive yet changing effect of ants on a Mediterranean spider assemblage, Oecologia, 173, 239-248

4.    Mestre L., Garcia N., Barrientos J. A., Espadaler X., Piñol J. 2013. Bird predation affects diurnal and nocturnal web-building spiders in a Mediterranean citrus grove, Acta Oecologica, 47, 74-80

3. Mestre L., Piñol J., Barrientos J. A., Cama A., Espadaler X. 2012. Effects of ant competition and bird predation on the spider assemblage of a citrus grove, Basic and Applied Ecology, 13, 355-362

2.    Mestre L. & Bonte D. 2012. Food stress during juvenile and maternal development shapes natal and breeding dispersal in a spider, Behavioral Ecology, 23, 759-764

1.    Mestre L. & Lubin Y. 2011. Settling where the food is: prey abundance promotes colony formation and increases group size in a web-building spider, Animal Behaviour, 81, 741-748

Other journals

2.    Escoriza D., Mestre L., Pascual G., Buse J., 2017. First case of attack of an adult Bufo spinosus Daudin, 1803 by a carabid beetle larva of Epomis circumscriptus (Duftschmid, 1812). Boletín de la Asociación Herpetológica Española, 28, 50-52.

1.    Barrientos J. A., Miñano J., Mestre L., 2015. Primera cita de Evippa Simon, 1882 para Europa occidental y descripción del macho de Evippa kirchshoferae Roewer, 1959 (Araneae: Lycosidae). Revista Ibérica de Aracnología, 27, 3-12.

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