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Kalko, E K V; Ueberschaer, K; Dechmann, D K N (2006). Roost structure, modification, and availability in the White-throated Round-eared Bat, Lophostoma Silvicolum (Phyllostomidae) living in active termite nests1. Biotropica, 38(3):398-404.

Lang, A B; Kalko, E K V; Römer, H; Bockholdt, C; Dechmann, D K N (2006). Activity levels of bats and katydids in relation to the lunar cycle. Oecologia, 146(4):659-666.

Safi, K; Seid, M A; Dechmann, D K N (2005). Bigger is not always better: when brains get smaller. Biology Letters, 1(3):283-286.

Safi, K; Dechmann, D K N (2005). Adaptation of brain regions to habitat complexity: a comparative analysis in bats (Chiroptera). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 272(1559):179-186.

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.

Dechmann, D K N; Kalko, E K V; Kerth, G (2004). Ecology of an exceptional roost: energetic benefits could explain why the bat Lophostoma silvicolum roosts in active termite nests. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6:1037-1050.

Pape, T; Dechmann, D K N; Vonhof, M J (2002). A new species of Sarcofahrtiopsis Hall (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) living in roosts of Spix's disk-winged bat Thyroptera tricolor Spix (Chiroptera) in Costa Rica. Journal of Natural History, 36(8):991-998.

Dechmann, D K N; Garbely, E; Kerth, G; Garner, T W J (2002). Highly polymorphic microsatellites for the study of the round-eared bat, Tonatia silvicola (d’Orbigny). Conservation Genetics, 3(4):455-458.

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