Publikationen

2019

Habel JC, Trusch R, Schmitt T, Ochse M, Ulrich W (2019) Bye bye butterfly: Long-term large-scale decline of lepidopterans in Central Europe. Scientific Reports. 

Habel JC, Ulrich W, Schmitt T (2019) Butterflies in corridors: Quality matters for specialists. Journal of Insect Diversity and Conservation – R1.  

Habel JC, Samways MJ, Schmitt T (2019) Concerns over the decline of European insects and opportunities for stopping it: A review. Biodiversity and Conservation.  

Habel, J. C., A. H. Segerer, W. Ulrich and T. Schmitt (2019) Succession matters: Community shifts in nocturnal lepidopterans over three decades. Scientific Reports. In press.

Habel, J. C., J. Tobias and C. Fischer. (2019) Multi-species avian movement ecology approve: Functional traits explain response to habitat deterioration better than species specific analyses. Biotropica.

Habel, J. C., W. Ulrich, N. Biburger, S. Seibold and T. Schmitt. 2019. Agricultural intensification drives butterfly decline. Journal of Insect Diversity and Conservation.

Habel, J. C., W. Ulrich and T. Schmitt. 2019. Butterflies in corridors: Quality matters for specialists. Journal of Insect Diversity and Conservation. In press.

Marešová, J., J. C. Habel, G. Nève, M. Sielezniew, A. Bartonová, A. Kostro-Ambroziak and F. Z. Faltýnek. 2019. Cross-continental phylogeography of two boreo-montane Nymphalid butterflies. PlosOne.

2018

Cuadros-Casanova, I., C. Zamora, W. Ulrich, S. Seibold and J. C. Habel. 2018. Empty forests: safeguarding a sinking flagship in a biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity and Conservation 27:2495-2506.

Fiera, C., J. C. Habel, R. Puchalka and W. Ulrich. 2018. Environmental correlates of community structure in cavernicole springtails (Collembola). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124:765–775.

Fiera, C., J. C. Habel and W. Ulrich. 2018. Neutral colonisations drive high beta-diversity in cavernicole springtails (Collembola). PLoS ONE 13:e0189638.

Fischer, C. and J. C. Habel. 2018. Behaviour and habitat selection of the Kenyan endemic Hinde´s babbler in disturbed gallery forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology 34:395-399.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann and W. Ulrich. 2018. Evolution of contact and alarm calls in the Kenyan endemic Hinde’s babbler (Aves: Passeriformes). BMC Evolutionary Biology 18:112.

Habel, J. C. and T. Schmitt. 2018. Vanishing of the common species: Empty habitats and the role of genetic diversity. Biological Conservation 218:211-216.

Habel, J. C., S. Seibold, W. Ulrich and T. Schmitt. 2018. Seasonality overrides differences in butterfly species composition between natural and anthropogenic forest habitats. Animal Conservation 21:405-413.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher and D. Rödder. 2018. Mark-release-recapture meets Species Distribution Models: Identifying micro-habitats of grassland butterflies in agricultural landscapes. PlosOne 13:e0207052.

Nzau, J. M., R. Rogers, H. S. Shauri, M. Rieckmann and J. C. Habel. 2018. Smallholder perceptions and communication gaps shape East African riparian ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation 27:3745-3757.

Rangel López, J. Á., M. Husemann, T. Schmitt, K. Kramp and J. C. Habel. 2018. Mountain barriers and trans-Saharan connections shape the genetic structure of Pimelia darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124:547-556.  

2017

Fiera, C., J. C. Habel, M. Kunz and W. Ulrich. 2017. Large-scale phylogenetic structure of European springtails (Collembola) depends on species range size and postglacial colonization history. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120:664-674.

Giraldo-Deck, L. M., J. C. Habel, H. Meimberg and Á. Garitano-Zavala. 2017. Genetic evidence for promiscuity in the Ornate Tinamou Nothoprocta ornata (Aves: Tinamiformes). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120:604-611.

Habel, J. C., I. C. C. Casanova, C. Zamora, M. Teucher, B. Hornetz, H. Shauri, R. K. Mulwa and L. Lens. 2017. East African coastal forest under pressure. Biodiversity and Conservation 26:2751-2758.

Habel, J. C., L. Lens, H. Eggermont, M. Githiru, R. K. Mulwa, H. S. Shauri, T. M. Lewinsohn, W. W. Weisser and T. Schmitt. 2017. More topics from the tropics: additional thoughts to Mammides et al. Biodiversity and Conservation 26:237-241.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher, W. Ulrich and T. Schmitt. 2017. Documenting the chronology of ecosystem health erosion along East African rivers. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4:34-43.

Habel, J. C., R. Vila, R. Voda, M. Husemann, T. Schmitt and L. Dapporto. 2017. Differentiation in the marbled white butterfly species complex driven by multiple evolutionary forces. Journal of Biogeography 44:433-445.

Husemann, M., R. Rogers, S. Meyer and J. C. Habel. 2017. “Publicationism” and scientists’ satisfaction depend on gender, career stage and the wider academic system. Palgrave Communications 3:17032.

Ulrich, W., C. Banks-Leite, G. De Coster, J. C. Habel, H. Matheve, W. Newmark, T. Joseph and L. Lens. 2017. Environmentally and behaviourally mediated co-occurrence of functional traits in bird communities of tropical forest fragments. Oikos 127:274-284.  

2016

Drees, C., M. Husemann, K. Homburg, P. Brandt, P. Dieker, J. C. Habel, H. Von Wehrden, P. Zumstein and T. Assmann. 2016. Molecular analyses and species distribution models indicate cryptic northern mountain refugia for a forest dwelling ground beetle. Journal of Biogeography 43:2223-2236.

Deck, L. M. G., J. C. Habel, M. Curto, M. Husemann, S. Sturm, Á. Garitano-Zavala and H. Meimberg. 2016. New microsatellite markers for two sympatric tinamou species, the Ornate Tinamou (Nothoprocta ornata) and Darwin's Nothura (Nothura darwinii). Avian Biology Research 9:139-146.

Habel, J. C., B. Augenstein, T. Schmitt and W. Ulrich. 2016. Managing towards extinction: Diverging developments of plant and ground beetle assemblages following restoration of calcareous grasslands. Basic and Applied Ecology 17:668-677.

Habel, J. C., J. Hillen, T. Schmitt and C. Fischer. 2016. Restricted movements and high site fidelity in three East African cloud-forest birds. Journal of Tropical Ecology 32:83-87.

Habel, J. C., A. Segerer, W. Ulrich, O. Torchyk, W. W. Weisser and T. Schmitt. 2016. Butterfly community shifts over 2 centuries. Conservation Biology 30:754-762.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher, R. K. Mulwa, W. Haber, H. Eggermont and L. Lens. 2016. Nature conservation at the edge. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:791-799.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher, D. Rödder, M.-T. Bleicher, C. Dieckow, A. Wiese and C. Fischer. 2016. Kenyan endemic bird species at home in novel ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution 6:2494-2505.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher, W. Ulrich, M. Bauer and D. Rödder. 2016. Drones for butterfly conservation: larval habitat assessment with an unmanned aerial vehicle. Landscape Ecology 31:2385.

Husemann, M., S. Sturm, M. Curto, H. Meimberg and J. C. Habel. 2016. Four new mitochondrial genomes of the genus zosterops (aves: passeriformes: zosteropidae) from East Africa with a phylogenetic evaluation of the group. Mitochondrial DNA Part B 1:544-548.

Husemann, M., F. E. Zachos, R. J. Paxton and J. C. Habel. 2016. Effective population size in ecology and evolution. Heredity 117:191-192.

Meimberg, H., C. Schachtler, M. Curto, M. Husemann and J. C. Habel. 2016. A new amplicon based approach of whole mitogenome sequencing for phylogenetic and phylogeographic analysis: An example of East African white-eyes (Aves, Zosteropidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 102:74-85.

Schmitt, T., D. Louy, E. Zimmermann and J. C. Habel. 2016. Species radiation in the Alps: multiple range shifts caused diversification in Ringlet butterflies in the European high mountains. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 16:791.

Ulrich, W., L. Lens, J. A. Tobias and J. C. Habel. 2016. Contrasting Patterns of Species Richness and Functional Diversity in Bird Communities of East African Cloud Forest Fragments. PlosOne 11:e0163338.  

2015

Habel, J. C., L. Borghesio, W. D. Newmark, J. J. Day, L. Lens, M. Husemann and W. Ulrich. 2015. Evolution along the Great Rift Valley: phenotypic and genetic differentiation of East African white-eyes (Aves, Zosteropidae). Ecology and Evolution 5:4849-4862.

Habel, J. C., J. Braun, C. Fischer, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Population restoration of the nocturnal bird Athene noctua in Western Europe: an example of evidence based species conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 24:1743-1753.

Habel, J. C., S. V. Brückmann, J. Krauss, J. Schwarzer, A. Weig, M. Husemann and I. Steffan-Dewenter. 2015. Fragmentation genetics of the grassland butterfly Polyommatus coridon: Stable genetic diversity or extinction debt? Conservation Genetics 16:549-558.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann and W. Ulrich. 2015. Patterns of contact call differentiation in the panmictic East African Abyssinian White-eye Zosterops abyssinicus (Aves: Passeriformes). Ecology and Evolution 5:5974-5982.

Habel, J., M. Teucher, B. Hornetz, R. Jaetzold, J. Kimatu, S. Kasili, Z. Mairura, R. Mulwa, H. Eggermont, W. Weisser and L. Lens. 2015. Real-world complexity of food security and biodiversity conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 24:1531-1539.

Habel, J. C., M. Teucher, S. Pschonny, S. Rost and C. Fischer. 2015. Beyond prime areas of nature protection in East Africa: conservation ecology of a narrowly distributed Kenyan endemic bird species. Biodiversity and Conservation 1-12.

Habel, J. C., F. E. Zachos, L. Dapporto, D. Rödder, U. Radespiel, A. Tellier and T. Schmitt. 2015. Population genetics revisited – towards a multidisciplinary research field. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.

Husemann, M., L. Cousseau, L. Borghesio, L. Lens and J. C. Habel. 2015. Effects of population size and isolation on the genetic structure of the East African mountain white-eye Zosterops poliogaster (Aves). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114:828-836.

Husemann, M., J. C. Habel, S. Namkung, A. Hochkirch, D. Otte and P. D. Danlex. 2015. Molecular Evidence for an Old World Origin of Galapagos and Caribbean Band-Winged Grasshoppers (Acrididae: Oedipodinae: Sphingonotus). PlosOne DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0118208.

Lechner, R., R. Kuehn, T. Schmitt and J. C. Habel. 2015. Ecological separation versus geographical isolation: population genetics of the water-lily leaf beetle Galerucella nymphaeae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society DOI:10.1111/bij.12591

Teucher, M., C. Fischer, C. Busch, M. Horn, J. Igl, J. Kerner, A. Müller, R. K. Mulwa and J. C. Habel. 2015. A Kenyan endemic bird species Turdoides hindei at home in invasive thickets. Basic and Applied Ecology 16:180-188.  

2014

Cox, S. C., R. P. Prys-Jones, J. C. Habel, B. A. Amakobe and J. J. Day. 2014. Niche divergence promotes rapid diversification of East African sky island white-eyes (Aves: Zosteropidae). Molecular Ecology 23:4103-4118.

Engler, J. O., N. Balkenhol, K. J. Filz, J. C. Habel and D. Rödder. 2014. Comparative Landscape Genetics of Three Closely Related Sympatric Hesperid Butterflies with Diverging Ecological Traits. PLoS ONE 9: e106526.

Habel, J., W. Ulrich, G. Peters, M. Husemann, and L. Lens. 2014. Lowland panmixia versus highland disjunction: genetic and bioacoustic differentiation in two species of East African White-eye birds. Conservation Genetics 15:655-664.

Habel, J. C., H. Eggermont, S. Günter, R. Mulwa, M. Rieckmann, L. P. Koh, S. Niassy, J. W. H. Ferguson, G. Gebremichael, M. Githiru, W. W. Weisser and L. Lens. 2014. Towards more equal footing in north–south biodiversity research: European and sub-Saharan viewpoints. Biodiversity and Conservation 23:3143-3148.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann, A. Finger, P. D. Danley and F. E. Zachos. 2014. The relevance of time series in molecular ecology and conservation biology. Biological Reviews 89:484-492.

Habel, J. C., R. K. Mulwa, F. Gassert, D. Rodder, W. Ulrich, L. Borghesio, M. Husemann, and L. Lens. 2014. Population signatures of large-scale, long-term disjunction and small-scale, short-term habitat fragmentation in an Afromontane forest bird. Heredity 113:205-214.

Habel, J. C. and T. Schmitt. 2014. Towards more evidence-based nature conservation: Additional thoughts to Müller & Opgenoorth. Basic and Applied Ecology 15:379-384.

Husemann, M., T. Schmitt, F. E. Zachos, W. Ulrich, and J. C. Habel. 2014. Palaearctic biogeography revisited: evidence for the existence of a North African refugium for Western Palaearctic biota. Journal of Biogeography 41:81-94.

Husemann, M., W. Ulrich, and J. Habel. 2014. The evolution of contact calls in isolated and overlapping populations of two white-eye congeners in East Africa (Aves, Zosterops). BMC Evolutionary Biology 14:115.

Louy, D., J. C. Habel, S. Abadjiev, L. Rákosy, Z. Varga, D. Rödder, and T. Schmitt. 2014. Molecules and models indicate diverging evolutionary effects from parallel altitudinal range shifts in two mountain Ringlet butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112:569-583.

Schmitt, T., J. C. Habel, D. Rödder, and D. Louy. 2014. Effects of recent and past climatic shifts on the genetic structure of the high mountain Yellow-spotted ringlet butterfly Erebia manto (Lepidoptera, Satyrinae): a conservation problem. Global Change Biology 20:2045-2061.

Stork, N. E. and J. C. Habel. 2014. Can biodiversity hotspots protect more than tropical forest plants and vertebrates? Journal of Biogeography 41:421-428.

Wiesner, K. R., J. C. Habel, M. M. Gossner, H. D. Loxdale, G. Köhler, A. R. R. Schneider, R. Tiedemann and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Effects of habitat structure and land-use intensity on the genetic structure of the grasshopper species Chorthippus parallelus. Proceedings of the Royal Society Open Science 1: DOI: 10.1098/rsos.140133.  

2013

Flecks, M., A. M. Lawing, F. Ahmadzadeh, J. Dambach, J. O. Engler, J. C. Habel, T. Hartmann, D. Hörnes, F. Ihlow, K. Schidelko, D. Stiels, P. D. Polly, and D. Rödder. 2013. Extinct during the past, yet still alive? Evaluating the impact of glacial cycles on species richness, distribution, and phylogeographic patterns in Nearctic Chelonians. PlosOne 8:72855.

Gassert, F., U. Schulte, M. Husemann, W. Ulrich, D. Rödder, A. Hochkirch, E. Engel, J. Meyer, and J. C. Habel. 2013. From southern refugia to the northern range margin: genetic population structure of the common wall lizard, Podarcis muralis. Journal of Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12109.

Habel, J., J. Dengler, M. Janišová, P. Török, C. Wellstein, and M. Wiezik. 2013. European grassland ecosystems: threatened hotspots of biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:2131-2138.

Habel, J., M. M. Gossner, S. T. Meyer, H. Eggermont, L. Lens, J. Dengler, and W. W. Weisser. 2013. Mind the gaps when using science to address conservation concerns. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:2413-2427.

Habel, J., W. Weisser, H. Eggermont, and L. Lens. 2013. Food security versus biodiversity protection: an example of land-sharing from East Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:1553-1555.

Habel, J. C., S. Cox, F. Gassert, R. Mulwa, J. Meyer, and L. Lens. 2013. Population genetics of the East African White-eye species complex. Conservation Genetics 1-10.

Habel, J. C., W. Ulrich, and T. Assmann. 2013. Allele elimination recalculated: nested subset analyses for molecular biogeographical data. Journal of Biogeography 40:769-777.

Habel, J. C. and F. E. Zachos. 2013. Past population history versus recent population decline – founder effects in island species and their genetic signatures. Journal of Biogeography 40:206-207.

Louy, D., J. C. Habel, S. Abadjiev, and T. Schmitt. 2013. Genetic legacy from past panmixia: high genetic variability and low differentiation in disjunct populations of the Eastern Large Heath butterfly. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110:281-290.

Louy, D., J. C. Habel, W. Ulrich, and T. Schmitt. 2013. Out of the Alps: The Biogeography of a Disjunctly Distributed Mountain Butterfly, the Almond-Eyed Ringlet Erebia alberganus (Lepidoptera, Satyrinae). Journal of Heredity 105:28-38.

Zachos, F. E., M. Apollonio, E. V. Bärmann, M. Festa-Bianchet, U. Göhlich, J. C. Habel, E. Haring, L. Kruckenhauser, S. Lovari, A. D. McDevitt, C. Pertoldi, G. E. Rössner, M. R. Sánchez-Villagra, M. Scandura, and F. Suchentrunk. 2013. Species inflation and taxonomic artefacts—A critical comment on recent trends in mammalian classification. Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde 78:1-6.  

2012

Augenstein, B., W. Ulrich, and J. C. Habel. 2012. Directional temporal shifts in community structure of butterflies and ground beetles in fragmented oligotrophic grasslands of Central Europe. Basic and Applied Ecology 13:715-724.

Habel, J., D. Rödder, L. Lens, and T. Schmitt. 2012. The genetic signature of ecologically different grassland Lepidopterans. Biodiversity and Conservation:1-11.

Habel, J. C., J. O. Engler, D. Rödder, and T. Schmitt. 2012. Landscape genetics of a recent population extirpation in a burnet moth species. Conservation Genetics 13:247-255.

Habel, J. C., J. O. Engler, D. Rödder, and T. Schmitt. 2012. Contrasting genetic and morphologic responses on recent population decline in two burnet moths (Lepidoptera, Zygaenidae). Conservation Genetics 13:1293-1304.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann, T. Schmitt, L. Dapporto, D. Rödder, and S. Vandewoestijne. 2012. A forest butterfly in Sahara desert oases: isolation does not matter. Journal of Heredity 104: 234-247.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann, T. Schmitt, F. E. Zachos, A.-C. Honnen, B. Petersen, A. Parmakelis, and I. Stathi. 2012. Microallopatry Caused Strong Diversification in Buthus scorpions (Scorpiones: Buthidae) in the Atlas Mountains (NW Africa). PLoS ONE 7:e29403.

Habel, J. C., M. Reuter, C. Drees, and J. Pfaender. 2012. Does isolation affect phenotypic variability and fluctuating asymmetry in the endangered Red Apollo? Journal of Insect Conservation 16:571-579.

Habel, J. C. and T. Schmitt. 2012. The burden of genetic diversity. Biological Conservation 147:270-274.

Habel, J. C. and F. E. Zachos. 2012. Habitat fragmentation versus fragmented habitats. Biodiversity and Conservation 21:2987-2990.

Husemann, M., S. Namkung, J. C. Habel, P. D. Danley, and A. Hochkirch. 2012. Phylogenetic analyses of band-winged grasshoppers (Orthoptera, Acrididae, Oedipodinae) reveal convergence of wing morphology. Zoologica Scripta 41:515-526.

Husemann, M., T. Schmitt, I. Stathi, and J. C. Habel. 2012. Evolution and Radiation in the Scorpion Buthus elmoutaouakili Lourenço and Qi 2006 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) at the Foothills of the Atlas Mountains (North Africa). Journal of Heredity 103:221-229.

2011

Dapporto, L., J. C. Habel, R. L. H. Dennis, and T. Schmitt. 2011. The biogeography of the western Mediterranean: elucidating contradictory distribution patterns of differentiation in Maniola jurtina (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 103:571-577.

Drees, C., P. Brandmayr, J. Buse, P. Dieker, S. Gurlich, J. Habel, I. Harry, W. Hardtle, A. Matern, H. Meyer, R. Pizzoloto, M. Quante, K. Shafer, A. Schuldt, A. Palomares, and T. Assmann. 2011. Poleward range expansion without a southern contraction in the ground beetle Agonum viridicupreum (Coleoptera, Carabidae). ZooKeys 100:333-352.

Habel, J. C., A. Finger, T. Schmitt, and G. Neve. 2011. Survival of the endangered butterfly Lycaena helle in a fragmented environment: Genetic analyses over 15 years. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 49:25-31.

Habel, J. C., M. Husemann, D. Rödder, and T. Schmitt. 2011. Biogeographical dynamics of the Spanish Marbled White Melanargia ines (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) in the Western Mediterranean: does the Atlanto-Mediterranean refuge exist? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104:828-837.

Habel, J. C., L. Lens, D. Rödder, and T. Schmitt. 2011. From Africa to Europe and back: refugia and range shifts cause high genetic differentiation in the Marbled White butterfly Melanargia galathea. BMC Evol Biol 11:215.

Habel, J. C., D. Rödder, T. Schmitt, and G. Nève. 2011. Global warming will affect the genetic diversity and uniqueness of Lycaena helle populations. Global Change Biology 17:194-205.  

2010

Habel, J. C., P. Ivinskis, and T. Schmitt. 2010. On the limit of altitudinal range shifts - Population genetics of relict butterfly populations. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 56:383-393.

Habel, J. C., M. Junker, and T. Schmitt. 2010. High dispersal ability and low genetic differentiation in the widespread butterfly species Melanargia galathea. Journal of Insect Conservation 14:467-478.

Habel, J. C., D. Rodder, S. Stefano, M. Meyer, and T. Schmitt. 2010. Strong genetic cohesiveness between Italy and North Africa in four butterfly species. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99:818-830.

Habel, J. C., T. Schmitt, M. Meyer, A. Finger, D. Rödder, T. Assmann, and F. E. Zachos. 2010. Biogeography meets conservation: the genetic structure of the endangered lycaenid butterfly Lycaena helle (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101:155-168.  

2009

Finger, A., T. Schmitt, F. E. Zachos, M. Meyer, T. Assmann, and J. C. Habel. 2009. The genetic status of the violet copper Lycaena helle - a relict of the cold past in times of global warming. Ecography 32:382-390.  

Habel, J. C., P. Dieker, and T. Schmitt. 2009. Biogeographical connections between the Maghreb and the Mediterranean peninsulas of southern Europe. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98:693-703.

Habel, J. C., M. Meyer, and T. Schmitt. 2009. The genetic consequence of differing ecological demands of a generalist and a specialist butterfly species. Biodiversity and Conservation 18:1895-1908.

Habel, J. C. and T. Schmitt. 2009. The genetic consequences of different dispersal behaviours in Lycaenid butterfly species. Bulletin of Entomological Research 99:513-523.

Habel, J. C., F. E. Zachos, A. Finger, M. Meyer, D. Louy, T. Assmann, and T. Schmitt. 2009. Unprecedented long-term genetic monomorphism in an endangered relict butterfly species. Conservation Genetics 10:1659-1665.  

2008

Habel, J. C., A. Finger, M. Meyer, T. Schmitt, and T. Assmann. 2008. Polymorphic microsatellite loci in the endangered butterfly Lycaena helle (Lepidoptera : Lycaenidae). European Journal of Entomology 105:361-362.

Habel, J. C., M. Meyer, A. E. Mousadik, and T. Schmitt. 2008. Africa goes Europe: The complete phylogeography of the marbled white butterfly species complex Melanargia galathea/M. lachesis (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). Organisms Diversity & Evolution 8:121-129.  

2007

Habel, J. C., T. Schmitt, W. Härdtle, M. Lütkepohl, and T. Assmann. 2007. Dynamics in a butterfly–plant–ant system: influence of habitat characteristics on turnover rates of the endangered lycaenid Maculinea alcon. Ecological Entomology 32:536-543.

Louy, D., J. C. Habel, T. Schmitt, T. Assmann, M. Meyer, and P. Muller. 2007. Strongly diverging population genetic patterns of three skipper species: the role of habitat fragmentation and dispersal ability. Conservation Genetics 8:671-681.

2006

Schmitt, T., J. C. Habel, J. Besold, T. Becker, L. Johnen, M. Knolle, A. Rzepecki, J. Schultze, and A. Zapp. 2006. The Chalk-hill Blue Polyommatus coridon (Lycaenidae, Lepidoptera) in a highly fragmented landscape: How sedentary is a sedentary butterfly? Journal of Insect Conservation 10:311-316.

Schmitt, T., J. C. Habel, M. Zimmermann, and P. Müller. 2006. Genetic differentiation of the marbled white butterfly, Melanargia galathea, accounts for glacial distribution patterns and postglacial range expansion in southeastern Europe. Molecular Ecology 15:1889-1901.   

2005

Habel, J. C., T. Schmitt, and P. Müller. 2005. The fourth paradigm pattern of post-glacial range expansion of European terrestrial species: the phylogeography of the Marbled White butterfly (Satyrinae, Lepidoptera). Journal of Biogeography 32:1489-1497.

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    Vortragsreihe „Erziehungswissenschaftliche Migrationsforschung in vergleichender Perspektive“, Auftakt am 09. April 2019, 17:15 bis 18:45 Uhr, HS 1 (Thomas Bernhard) Unipark
    Die Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg veranstaltet von 11. bis 14. April 2019 gemeinsam mit der Bowling Green State University, Ohio die jährliche Austrian Studies Association Konferenz in den USA. In diesem Jahr sind die Gastgeber der Konferenz die Bowling Green State University und die Universität Salzburg. Diese feiern somit auch ihre 50-jährige Partnerschaft.
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