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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.

Scantlebury, M; Krackow, S; Pillay, N; Bennett, N; Schradin, C (2010). Basking is affected by season and influences oxygen consumption in desert-living striped mice. Journal of Zoology, 281(2):132-139.

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.

Schubert, M; Pillay, N; Ribble, D O; Schradin, C (2009). The Round-Eared Sengi and the Evolution of Social Monogamy: Factors that Constrain Males to Live with a Single Female. Ethology, 115(10):972-985.

Schradin, C; Kinahan, A A; Pillay, N (2009). Cooperative breeding in groups of synchronously mating females and evolution of large testes to avoid sperm depletion in african striped mice. Biology of Reproduction, 81(1):111-117.

Schubert, M; Pillay, N; Schradin, C (2009). Parental and Alloparental Care in a Polygynous Mammal. Journal of Mammalogy, 90(3):724-731.

Schubert, M; Schradin, C; Rödel, H; Pillay, N; Ribble, D O (2009). Male mate guarding in a socially monogamous mammal, the round-eared sengi: on costs and trade-offs. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64(2):257-264.

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.

Rymer, T; Schradin, C; Pillay, N (2008). Social transmission of information about novel food in two populations of the African striped mouse, Rhabdomys pumilio. Animal Behaviour, 76(4):1297-1304.

Schradin, C; Krackow, S; Schubert, M; Keller, C; Schradin, B; Pillay, N (2007). Regulation of activity in desert-living striped mice: The importance of basking. Ethology, 113(6):606-614.

Schradin, C; Pillay, N (2006). Female striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio) change their home ranges in response to seasonal variation in food availability. Behavioral Ecology, 17(3):452-458.

Scantlebury, M; Bennet, N C; Speakman, J R; Pillay, N; Schradin, C (2006). Huddling in groups leads to daily energy savings in free-living African Four-Striped Grass Mice, Rhabdomys pumilio. Functional Ecology, 20(1):166-173.

Schradin, C; Schubert, M; Pillay, N (2006). Winter huddling groups in the striped mouse. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 84(5):693-698.

Schradin, C; Pillay, N (2005). Demography of the striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio) in the succulent karoo. Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 70(2):84-92.

Schradin, C; Pillay, N (2005). Intraspecific variation in the spatial and social organization of the african striped mouse. Journal of Mammalogy, 86(1):99-107.

Schradin, C; Pillay, N (2005). The influence of the father on offspring development in the striped mouse. Behavioral Ecology, 16(2):450-455.

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