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Ferrari, Manuela; König, Barbara (2017). No evidence for punishment in communally nursing female house mice (Mus musculus domesticus). PLoS ONE, 12(6):e0179683.

Ferrari, Manuela; Lindholm, Anna K; König, Barbara (2016). A reduced propensity to cooperate under enhanced exploitation risk in a social mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 283(1830):20160068.

Lopes, Patricia C; König, Barbara (2016). Choosing a healthy mate: sexually attractive traits as reliable indicators of current disease status in house mice. Animal Behaviour, 111:119-126.

Dobay, Akos; Pilo, Paola; Lindholm, Anna K; Origgi, Francesco; Bagheri, Homayoun C; König, Barbara (2015). Dynamics of a tularemia outbreak in a closely monitored free-roaming population of wild house mice. PLoS ONE, 10(11):e0141103.

König, Barbara; Lindholm, Anna K; Lopes, Patricia C; Dobay, Akos; Steinert, Sally; Buschmann, Frank Jens-Uwe (2015). A system for automatic recording of social behavior in a free-living wild house mouse population. Animal Biotelemetry, 3(1):39.

Origgi, Francesco C; König, Barbara; Lindholm, Anna K; Mayor, Désirée; Pilo, Paola (2015). Tularemia among Free-Ranging Mice without Infection of Exposed Humans, Switzerland, 2012. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 21(1):133-135.

Ferrari, Manuela; Lindholm, Anna K; König, Barbara (2015). The risk of exploitation during communal nursing in house mice, Mus musculus domesticus. Animal Behaviour, 110:133-143.

Auclair, Yannick; König, Barbara; Ferrari, Manuela; Perony, Nicolas; Lindholm, Anna K (2014). Nest attendance of lactating females in a wild house mouse population: benefits associated with communal nesting. Animal Behaviour, 92:143-149.

Weidt, Andrea; Lindholm, Anna K; König, Barbara (2014). Communal nursing in wild house mice is not a by-product of group living: Females choose. Die Naturwissenschaften, 101(1):73-76.

Ferrari, Manuela; Lindholm, Anna K; König, Barbara (2014). A genetic tool to manipulate litter size. Frontiers in Zoology, 11(1):18.

Kerth, Gerald; Gusset, Markus; Garbely, Jari; König, Barbara; Gabanapelo, Tefo; Schiess-Meier, Monika (2014). Genetic sexing of stock-raiding leopards: not only males to blame. Conservation Genetics Resources, 5(4):1101-1105.

Auclair, Yannick; König, Barbara; Lindholm, Anna K (2014). Socially mediated polyandry: a new benefit of communal nesting in mammals. Behavioral Ecology:1-7.

Auclair, Yannick; König, Barbara; Lindholm, Anna K (2013). A selfish genetic element influencing longevity correlates with reactive behavioural traits in female house mice (Mus domesticus). PLoS ONE, 8(6):e67130.

Lindholm, Anna K; Musolf, Kerstin; Weidt, Andrea; König, Barbara (2013). Mate choice for genetic compatibility in the house mouse. Ecology and Evolution, 3(5):1231-1247.

Manser, Andri; Lindholm, Anna K; König, Barbara; Bagheri, Homayoun C (2012). The effect of polyandry on a distorter system with differential viabilities in the sexes. Communicative & Integrative Biology, 5(6):550-552.

König, Barbara; Lindholm, Anna K (2012). The complex social environment of female house mice (Mus domesticus). In: Macholan, Milos; Baird, Stuart J E; Munclinger, Pavel; Pialek, Jaroslav. Evolution of the House Mouse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 114-134.

Krackow, Sven; König, Barbara (2008). Microsatellite length polymorphisms associated with dispersal-related agonistic onset in male wild house mice (Mus musculus domesticus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62(5):813-820.

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