Inga Geipel

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University of Ulm, Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
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Elisabeth K.V. Kalko grad student University of Ulm (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Geipel I, Kernan CE, Litterer AS, et al. (2020) Predation risks of signalling and searching: bats prefer moving katydids. Biology Letters. 16: 20190837
Geipel I, Steckel J, Tschapka M, et al. (2019) Bats Actively Use Leaves as Specular Reflectors to Detect Acoustically Camouflaged Prey. Current Biology : Cb
Geipel I, Smeekes MJ, Halfwerk W, et al. (2019) Noise as an informational cue for decision-making: the sound of rain delays bat emergence. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Laurijssen D, Verreycken E, Geipel I, et al. (2017) Low-cost synchronization of high-speed audio and video recordings in bio-acoustic experiments. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Halfwerk W, Smit JAH, Loning H, et al. (2017) Environmental conditions limit attractiveness of a complex sexual signal in the túngara frog. Nature Communications. 8: 1891
Gomes DG, Page RA, Geipel I, et al. (2016) Bats perceptually weight prey cues across sensory systems when hunting in noise. Science (New York, N.Y.). 353: 1277-80
Vanderelst D, Lee YF, Geipel I, et al. (2013) The noseleaf of Rhinolophus formosae focuses the Frequency Modulated (FM) component of the calls. Frontiers in Physiology. 4: 191
Geipel I, Jung K, Kalko EK. (2013) Perception of silent and motionless prey on vegetation by echolocation in the gleaning bat Micronycteris microtis. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 280: 20122830
Santana SE, Geipel I, Dumont ER, et al. (2011) All you can eat: high performance capacity and plasticity in the common big-eared bat, Micronycteris microtis (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae). Plos One. 6: e28584
Vanderelst D, De Mey F, Peremans H, et al. (2010) What noseleaves do for FM bats depends on their degree of sensorial specialization. Plos One. 5: e11893
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