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Manser, A; König, B; Lindholm, A K (2015). Female house mice avoid fertilization by t haplotype incompatible males in a mate choice experiment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 28(1):54-64.

Schradin, C; Lindholm, A K; Johannesen, J; Schoepf, I; König, B; Pillay, N (2012). Social flexibility and social evolution in mammals: a case study of the African striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio). Molecular Ecology, 21(3):541-553.

Manser, A; Lindholm, A K; König, B; Bagheri, Homayoun C (2011). Polyandry and the decrease of a selfish genetic element in a wild house mouse population. Evolution, 65(9): 2435-2447.

Schradin, C; König, B; Pillay, N (2010). Reproductive competition favours solitary living while ecological constraints impose group-living in African striped mice. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79(3):515-521.

Schradin, C; Schmohl, G; Rödel, H G; Schoepf, I; Treffler, S M; Brenner, J; Bleeker, M; Schubert, M; König, B; Pillay, N (2010). Female home range size is regulated by resource distribution and intraspecific competition: a long-term field study. Animal Behaviour, 79(1):195-203.

Kistler, C; Hegglin, D; Würbel, H; König, B (2010). Structural enrichment and enclosure use in an opportunistic carnivore: the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Animal Welfare, 19(4):391-400.

Kistler, C; Hegglin, D; Würbel, H; König, B (2009). Feeding enrichment in an opportunistic carnivore: the red fox. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 116(2-4):260-265.

Schradin, C; Scantlebury, M; Pillay, N; König, B (2009). Testosterone levels in dominant sociable males are lower than in solitary roamers. Physiological differences between three male reproductive tactics in a sociably flexible mammal. American Naturalist, 173(3):376-388.

Kerth, G; Petrov, B; Conti, A; Anastasov, D; Weishaar, M; Gazaryan, S; Jaquiéry, J; König, B; Perrin, N; Bruyndonckx, N (2008). Communally breeding Bechstein's bats have a stable social system that is independent from the postglacial history and location of the populations. Molecular Ecology, 17(10):2368-2381.

Rusu, A S; Krackow, S; Jedelsky, P L; Stopka, P; König, B (2008). A qualitative investigation of major urinary proteins in relation to the onset of aggressive behavior and dispersive motivation in male wild house mice (Mus musculus domesticus). Journal of Ethology, 26(1):127-135.

Weidt, A; Hofmann, S E; König, B (2008). Not only mate choice matters: fitness consequences of social partner choice in female house mice. Animal Behaviour, 75(3):801-808.

Waiblinger, E; König, B (2007). Housing and husbandry conditions affect stereotypic behaviour in laboratory gerbils. ALTEX : Alternativen zu Tierexperimenten, 24(Suppl):67-70.

Schiess-Meier, M; Ramsauer, S; Gabanapelo, T; König, B (2007). Livestock predation - Insights from problem animal control registers in Botswana. Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(4):1267-1274.

Safi, K; König, B; Kerth, G (2007). Sex differences in population genetics, home range size and habitat use of the parti-colored bat (Vespertilio murinus, Linnaeus 1758) in Switzerland and their consequences for conservation. Biological Conservation, 137(1):28-36.

König, B (2006). Non-offspring nursing in mammals: general implications from a case study on house mice. In: Kappeler, P M; van Schaik, C P. Cooperation in Primates and Humans: Mechanisms and Evolution. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 191-205.

Dechmann, D K N; Kalko, E K V; König, B; Kerth, G (2005). Mating system of a Neotropical roost-making bat: the white-throated, round-eared bat, Lophostoma silvicolum (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 58(3):316-325.

McElligott, A G; Maggini, I; Hunziker, L; König, B (2004). Interactions between red-billed oxpeckers and black rhinos in captivity. Zoo Biology, 23(4):347-354.

Rusu, A S; König, B; Krackow, S (2004). Pre-reproductive alliance formation in female wild house mice (Mus domesticus): the effects of familiarity and age disparity. Acta Ethologica, 6(2):53-58.

Waiblinger, E; König, B (2004). Refinement of gerbil housing and husbandry in the laboratory. ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals, 2004(32, Supplement 1):163-169.

Waiblinger, E; König, B (2004). Refinement of gerbil housing and husbandry in the laboratory. Animal Welfare, 13(Supp 1):229-235.

Späni, D; Arras, M; König, B; Rülicke, T (2003). Higher heart rate of laboratory mice housed individually vs in pairs. Laboratory Animals, 37(1):54-62.

Kerth, G; Safi, K; König, B (2002). Mean colony relatedness is a poor predictor of colony structure and female philopatry in the communally breeding Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 52(3):203-210.

Kerth, G; Weissmann, K; König, B (2001). Day roost selection in female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii): a field experiment to determine the influence of roost temperature. Oecologia, 126(1):1-9.

Kerth, G; Wagner, M; König, B (2001). Roosting together, foraging apart: information transfer about food is unlikely to explain sociality in female Bechstein's bats (Myotis bechsteinii). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 50(3):283-291.

Kerth, G; Mayer, F; König, B (2000). Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) reveals that female Bechstein's bats live in closed societies. Molecular Ecology, 9(6):793-800.

Neuhäusser-Wespy, F; König, B (2000). Living together, feeding apart: how to measure individual food consumption in social house mice. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 32(1):169-172.

Kerth, G; König, B (1999). Fission, fusion and nonrandom associations in female Bechstein’s bats (Myotis Bechsteinii). Behaviour, 136(9):1187-1202.

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