Publications

total publications: 26

first author publications: 13

last author publications: 6

26. Berkunsky I, Quillfeldtb P, Brightsmithc DJ, ... Ringler E, ... Masello JF (2017) Current threats faced by Neotropical parrot populations. Biological Conservation 214: 278–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.08.016 PDF

 

25. Pašukonis A, Beck KB, Fischer M-T, Weinlein S, Stückler S, Ringler E (2017) Induced parental care in a poison frog: a tadpole cross-fostering experiment. Journal of Experimental Biology . in press. doi: 10.1242/jeb.165126 PDF

 

24. Ringler M, Szipl G, Hödl W, Khil L, Kofler B, Lonauer M, Provin C, Ringler E (2017) Acoustic ranging in poison frogs—it is not about signal amplitude alone. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology in press. doi:10.1007/s00265-017-2340-2 PDF

 

23. Ringler E, Beck KB, Weinlein S, Huber L, Ringler M. Adopt, ignore or kill? Parental decision making by male poison frogs. Scientific Reports 7: 43544. doi:10.1038/srep43544 PDF

 

22.  Pašukonis A, Trenkwalder K, Ringler M, Ringler E, Mangione R, Steininger J, Warrington I, Hödl W (2016) The significance of spatial memory for water finding in a tadpole-transporting frog. Animal Behaviour 116: 89-98. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.02.023

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21. Ringler E, Pašukonis A, Ringler M, Huber L (2016) Sex-specific offspring discrimination reflects respective risks and costs of misdirected care in a poison frog. Animal Behaviour 114: 173-179. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.02.008 PDF

 

20. Mangold A, Trenkwalder K, Ringler M, Hödl W, Ringler E (2015) Low reproductive skew despite high male-biased operational sex ratio in a glass frog with paternal care. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 181. DOI 10.1186/s12862-015-0469-z PDF

 

19. Ringler E, Pašukonis A, Fitch WT, Huber L, Hödl W, Ringler M (2015) Flexible compensation of lost uniparental care in a poison frog. Behavioral Ecology 26: 1219-1225. DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arv069   PDF

 

Media response:

13.07.2015 amphibiaweb.org: featured article of the week

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29.05.2015 Presse: http://diepresse.com/home/science/4742868/Mutter-ubernimmt-Vaterrolle?from=suche.intern.portal

 

18. Erich M, Ringler M, Hödl W, Ringler E (2015) Brood-partitioning behaviour in unpredictable environments: hedging the bets? Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 1011-1017. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-015-1913-1 . PDF

 

17. Ringler M, Hödl W, Ringler E (2015) On populations, pools and peccaries: simulating the impact of ecosystem engineers on Neotropical rainforest frogs. Behavioral Ecology. 26: 340-349. DOI: 10.1093/beheco/aru243 . PDF

 

Media response:

16.02.2015 Kronen Zeitung: „Schweine bringen Frosch-Fortpflanzung in Schwung“

16.02.2015 Handelszeitung.ch: „Schweine kurbeln Frosch-Fortpflanzung an

10.02.2015 BBC-Earth: “Pigs help frogs have babies”,   http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/201502010-pigs-help-frogs-have-babies

06.02.2015 ScienceNews: “Rainforest frogs flourish with artificial homes”,    https://www.sciencenews.org/article/rainforest-frogs-flourish-artificial-homes?tgt=nr

 

16. Ringler E, Mangione R, Ringler M (2014) Where have all the tadpoles gone? Individual genetic tracking of amphibian larvae until adulthood. Molecular Ecology Resources 15: 737-746. DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12345 . PDF

 

Media response:

05.01.2015 APA „Neuer Ansatz erlaubt Studium des gesamten Froschzyklus“

05.01.2015 DerStandard „Wie man den Lebenszyklus eines Frosches zuverlässig mitverfolgt“

 

15. Ringler M, Mangione R, Pasukonis A, Rainer G, Gyimesi K, Felling-Wagner J, Kronaus H, Réjou-Méchain M, Reiter K, Ringler E (2014) High-resolution forest mapping for behavioural studies in the Nature Reserve ‘Les Nouragues’, French Guiana. Journal of Maps. doi: 10.1080/17445647.2014.972995 PDF

 

14. Rausch A, Sztatecsny M, Jehle R, Ringler E, Hödl W (2014) Male body size and parental relatedness but not nuptial colouration influence paternity success during scramble competition in Rana arvalis. Behaviour. 51: 1869-1884. DOI: 10.1163/1568539X-00003220 . PDF

 

13. Ringler E, Mangold A, Trenkwalder K, Ringler M, Hödl W (2014) Characterisation of nine new polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Reticulated Glass Frog Hyalinobatrachium valerioi (Centrolenidae). Amphibia-Reptilia. 35: 243-246. DOI: 10.1163/15685381-00002940 . PDF

 

12. Ringler E, Pašukonis A, Hödl W, Ringler M (2013) Tadpole transport logistics in a Neotropical poison frog – indications for strategic planning and adaptive plasticity in anuran parental care. Frontiers in Zoology 10:67. DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1742-9994-10-67 PDF

 

Media response:

17.07.2013 der Standard, Forschung spezial: „Der breite Rücken des Froschvaters“

 

11. Pašukonis A, Ringler M, Brandl H, Mangione R, Ringler E, Hödl W (2013) The Homing Frog: High Homing Performance in a Territorial Dendrobatid Frog Allobates femoralis (Dendrobatidae). Ethology 119: 762–768. DOI: 10.1111/eth.12116 PDF

 

10. Ringler E, Pasukonis A, Hödl W, Ringler M (2013) Characterisation of seven new polymorphic microsatellite loci in the brilliant-thighed poison frog Allobates femoralis (Dendrobatidae), and their cross-species utility in three other dendrobatid species. Herpetological Journal 23: 175–178 PDF

 

9. Ringler E, Rojas B, Ringler M, Hödl W (2012) Characterisation of nine polymorphic microsatellite loci in the dyeing poison frog Dendrobates tinctorius (Dendrobatidae), and their cross-species utility in two other dendrobatoid species. Herpetological Journal 22: 263–265 PDF

 

8. Ringler E, Ringler M, Jehle R, Hödl W (2012) The Female Perspective of Mating in A. femoralis, a Territorial Frog with Paternal Care – A Spatial and Genetic Analysis. PLoS ONE 7(6): e40237. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0040237 PDF

 

7. Ringler E (2012) The use of cross-species testing of microsatellite markers and sibship analysis in ex situ population management. Conservation Genetics Resources. 4: 815–819. DOI:10.1007/s12686-012-9642-5 PDF

 

6. Ringler M, Ringler E, Magaña Mendoza D, Hödl W (2011) Intrusion Experiments to Measure Territory Size: Development of the Method, Tests Through Simulations, and Application in the Frog Allobates femoralis. PLoS ONE 6(10): e25844. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0025844 PDF

 

5. Ursprung E, Ringler M, Jehle R, Hödl W (2011) Strong male/male competition allows for nonchoosy females: high levels of polygynandry in a territorial frog with paternal care. Molecular Ecology 20: 1759-1771. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05056.x PDF

 

 Media response:

24.10.2012 FALTER: „Polygamie sichert Pfeilgiftfröschen das Überleben“

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11.07.2012 APA, Science.apa.at: „Pfeilgiftfrösche überleben durch Polygamie“

 

 

4. Ursprung E, Ringler M, Jehle R, Hödl W (2011) Toe regeneration in the Neotropical frog Allobates femoralis (Aromobatidae). Herpetological Journal 21: 83-86. PDF

 

3. Ringler M, Ursprung E, Hödl W (2010) Predation on Allobates femoralis (Boulenger 1884; Anura: Aromobatidae) by the colubrid snake Xenopholis scalaris (Wucherer 1861). Herpetology Notes 3: 301-304. PDF

 

2. Ringler M, Ursprung E, Hödl W (2009) Site fidelity and patterns of short- and long-term movement in the brilliant-thighed poison frog Allobates femoralis (Aromobatidae). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1281-1293. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-009-0793-7 PDF

 

1. Ursprung E, Ringler M, Hödl W (2009) Phonotactic approach pattern in the neotropical frog Allobates femoralis: A spatial and temporal analysis. Behaviour 146: 153-170. DOI:10.1163/156853909x410711 PDF