Schulte, L.M., Abondano Almeida D., Stadler, S. & Köhler, J. (2023) Pheromones for amphibian conservation – considering new approaches in conservation breeding programmes. Animal Conservation, in print.

Schulte, L.M., Lipkowski, K. & Abondano Almeida, D. (2023) Chemical communication and semiochemical recognition in frogs – from eggs to adults. In B. Schaal, D. Rekow, M. Keller, and F. Damon (Eds.), Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Volume 15. Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland, in print.

 Villanueva, E.D., Brooks, O.L., Bolton, S.K., Savastano, S., Schulte, L.M. & Saporito, R.A. (2022): Maternal provisioning of alkaloid defenses are present in obligate but not facultative egg feeding dendrobatids. Journal of Chemical Ecology 48: 900-909.

Fiedler, A.-K. & Schulte, L.M. (2022) Chemical enrichment in buff-headed capuchins (Sapjus xanthosternos). Der Zoologische Garten, 90: 151-159.

Schulte, L.M, Jendras, J., Twomey, E., Ramirez-Bautista, A. & Bossuyt, F. (2022) Gene expression of secretory proteins in the nuptial pads of three Lithobates species (Anura: Ranidae). Amphibia-Reptilia, 43: 433-441.

Kolden, C.V. & Schulte, L.M. (2022): The effects of olfactory stimulation on the behaviour of captive slender lorises (Loris lydekkerianus). Behavioural Processes, 200: 104702.

Lipkowski, K., Steigerwald, S., Schulte, L.M., Sommer-Trembo, C. & Jourdan, J. (2021): Natural variation in social conditions affects male mate choosiness in the amphipod Gammarus roeseliiCurrent Zoology, 68: 459-468.

Schulte, L.M. & Summers, K. (2021): Who cares for the eggs? Analysis of egg attendance behaviour in Ranitomeya imitator, a poison frogs with biparental care. Behaviour, 159: 603-614.

Schulte, L.M., Martel, A., Cruz-Elizalde, R., Ramírez-Bautista, A. & Bossuyt, F. (2021): Love bites: male frogs (Plectrohyla, Hylidae) use teeth scratching to deliver sodefrin precursor-like factors to females during amplexus. Frontiers in Zoology, 18, article 59.

Davison, I., Saporito, R.A., Schulte, L.M. & Summers, K. (2021): Piperidine alkaloids from fire ants are not sequestered by the green and black poison frog (Dendrobates auratus). Chemoecology31: 391–396.

Schulte, L.M., Ringler, E., Rojas, B. & Stynoski, J.L. (2020): Developments in amphibian parental care research: history, present advances, and future perspectives. Herpetological Monographs 34: 71-97.

Twomey, E., Delia, J., Fashé, M., Venegas, P. & Schulte, L.M. (2020): A new distribution record and updated conservation assessment of the endangered Marañón poison frog, Excidobates mysteriosus (Amphibia: Dendrobatidae). Salamandra 56: 71-74.

Bossyt, F., Maex, M., Treer, D., Schulte, L.M., Van Boxclaer, I. & Janssenswillen, S. (2019): Chemistry between salamanders: evolution of the SPF courtship pheromone system in Salamandridae. In Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 14, 205-220. Büsching C.D. (Ed.). New York: Springer.

Bossuyt, F.*, Schulte, L.M.*, Maex, M., Janssenswillen, S., Novikova, P.Y., Biju, S.D., Van de Peer, Y., Matthijs, S., Roelands, K., Martel, A. & Van Bocxlaer, I. (2019): Multiple independent recruitment of sodefrin precursor-like factors in anuran sexually dimorphic glands. Molecular Biology and Evolution (Journal link*both authors contributed equally

Lipkowski, K., Plath, M., Klaus, S. & Sommer-Trembo, C. (2019): Population density affects male mate choosiness and morphology in the mate-guarding amphipod Gammarus roeselii (Crustacea: Amphipoda) Biological Journal of the Linnéan Society (Journal Linkfeatured in the press)

Schulte, L.M. & Mayer, M. (2017): Tadpoles seek parental transportation: begging behaviour in a poison frog with cannibalistic young. Journal of Zoology 303: 83-89 (featured in the press)

Schulte, L.M. & Summers, K (2017): Searching for hormonal facilitators: are vasotocin and mesotocin involved in parental care behaviors in poison frogs? Physiology and Behaviour 174: 74-82

Schulte, L.M. & Twomey, E. (2017): Die Vertreter der Gattung Ranitomeya in Ecuador. Faszination Pfeilgiftfrösche 13:36-37

Schulte, L.M., Saporito, R.A., Davison, I. & Summers, K. (2016): The palatability of Neotropical poison frogs in predator-prey systems: do alkaloids make the difference? Biotropica 49: 23-26.

Schulte, L.M. (2016): Semiochemicals in anurans: how all categories can be tested with one poison frog species. In Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13, 339-350. Schulte B.A., Ferkin M.H. & Goodwin, T.E. (Ed.). New York: Springer.

Schulte, L.M. & Rödder, D. (2016): Adolpho und Bertha Lutz – Leben und Werke. In Mertensiella 23, 245–260. Kwet, A. & Niekisch, M. (Ed). Mannheim: DGHT.

Schulte, L.M., Krauss, M., Lötters, S., Schulze, T. & Brack, W. (2015): Decoding and discrimination of chemical cues and signals: avoidance of predation and competition during parental care behavior in sympatric poison frogs. Plos One 10: 1-17.

Stynoski, J.L.*, Schulte, L.M.* & Rojas, B.* (2015): Quick Guide Poison Frogs. Current Biology 25: R1019–R1031. *all authors contributed equally

Schulte, L.M. & Lötters, S. (2014): A danger foreseen is a danger avoided: how chemical cues of different tadpoles influence parental decisions of a Neotropical poison frog. Animal Cognition 17, 267-275.

Schulte, L.M. (2014): Feeding or avoiding? Facultative egg-feeding in a Peruvian poison frog (Rani-tomeya variabilis). Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26, 58-68.

Mayer, M., Schulte, L.M., Twomey, E. & Lötters, S. (2014): Do male poison frogs respond to modified calls of a Müllerian mimic? Animal Behaviour 89, 45-51.

Schulte, L.M. & Veith, M. (2014): Is the response of a Neotropical poison frog (Ranitomeya variabilis) to larval chemical cues influenced by relatedness? Herpetological Journal 24, 180-192.

Schulte, L.M. & Lötters, S. (2013): The power of the seasons: rainfall triggers parental care in poison frogs. Evolutionary Ecology 27, 711-723.

Schulte, L.M. & Rößler, D.C. (2013): Do poison frogs recognize chemical cues of the other sex or do they react to cues of stressed conspecifics? Behavioural Processes 100, 32-35.

Schulte, L.M., Schulte, R. & Lötters, S. (2013): Avoiding predation: the importance of chemical and visual cues in poison frog reproductive behaviour. In Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12, 309-321. East, M.L. & Dehnhard, M. (Ed.). New York: Springer.

Schulte, L.M., Yeager, J., Schulte, R., Veith, M., Werner, P., Beck, L.A. & Lötters, S. (2011): The smell of success: choice of larval rearing sites by means of chemical cues in a Peruvian poison frog. Animal Behaviour 81, 1147-1154.

Schulte, L.M. & Esser, S. (2011): Temperaturabhängige Geschlechtsdeterminierung bei Hyloxalus azureiventris? Elaphe 4/11, 12-15.

Schulte, L.M., Yeager, J., Schulte, R., Veith, M., Werner, P., Beck, L.A. & Lötters, S. (2011): Synopsis: The smell of success: choice of larval rearing sites by means of chemical cues in a Peruvian poison frog. FrogLog 96, 38-39

Werner, P., Elle, O., Schulte, L.M. & Lötters, S. (2011): Home range behaviour in male and female poison frogs in Amazonian Peru (Dendrobatidae: Ranitomeya reticulata). Journal of Natural History 45, 15-27.

Schulte, L.M., Rödder, D., Schulte, R. & Lötters, S. (2010): Preference and competition for breeding plants in coexisting Ranitomeya species (Dendrobatidae): does height play a role? Salamandra 46, 180-184..


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