Scientific articles


Olou, B.A., Langer, E., Ryvarden, L., Krah, F.-S., Hounwanou, G.B., Piepenbring, M., Yorou, N.S. (2023). New records and barcode sequence data of wood-inhabiting polypores in Benin with notes on their phylogenetic placements and distribution. Fungal Systematics and Evolution 11: 11–42. DOI 10.3114/fuse.2023.11.02

Hennicke, F., Fleckenstein, L., Bässler, C., Krah, F. S. 2023. Organic Nitrogen Supplementation Increases Vegetative and Reproductive Biomass in a Versatile White Rot Fungus. Journal of Fungi 9(1): 7


Krah, F.-S., March-Salas, M. 2022. EDNA metabarcoding reveals high soil fungal diversity and variation in community composition among Spanish cliffs. Ecology and Evolution, 12(12), e9594. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.9594

Halbwachs, H., Grímsson, F., Potapova, M., Dolezych, M., LePage, B. 2022. Microfossils in resin from the middle Eocene Buchanan Lake Formation, Napartulik, Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada. Palynology: 1-13, DOI 10.1080/01916122.01912022.02127956.

Englmeier, J., von Hoermann, C., Rieker, D., Benbow, M. E., Benjamin, C., Fricke, U., Ganuza, C., Haensel, M., Lackner, T., Mitesser, O., Redlich, S., Riebl, R., Rojas-Botero, S., Rummler, T., Salamon, J.-A., Sommer, D., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Tobisch, C., Uhler, J., Uphus, L., Zhang, J., Müller, J. 2022. Dung-visiting beetle diversity is mainly affected by land use, while community specialization is driven by climate. Ecology and Evolution 12, e9386. DOI 10.1002/ece3.9386

Seibold, S., Müller, J., Allner, S., Willner, M., Baldrian, P., Ulyshen, M.D., Brandl, R., Bässler, C., Hagge, J., Mitesser, O. 2022. Quantifying wood decomposition by insects and fungi using computed tomography scanning and machine learning. Scientific Reports 12: 1–12. DOI 10.1038/s41598-022-20377-3

Yu, H., T. Wang, A. Skidmore, M. Heurich, Bässler, C.. 2022. 50 Years of Cumulative Open-Source Data Confirm Stable and Robust Biodiversity Distribution Patterns for Macrofungi. Journal of Fungi 8: 981

Uhl, B., Wölfling, M., Bässler, C. 2022. Mediterranean moth diversity is sensitive to increasing temperatures and drought under climate change. Scientific Reports 12: 14473. DOI 10.1038/s41598-022-18770-z

Bässler, C., Heilmann‐Clausen, J., Andrew, C., Bodd,y L., Büntgen, U., Diez, J., Heegaard, E., Egli, S., Gange, A.C., Halvorsen, R., Kauserud, H., Kirk, P.M., Krisai‐Greilhuber, I., Kuyper, T.W., Nordén, J., Senn‐Irlet, B., Krah, F.-S. 2022. European mushroom assemblages are phylogenetically structured by temperature. Ecography: e06206. DOI 10.1111/ecog.06206

Georgiev, KB., Bässler, C., Feldhaar, H., Heibl, C., Karasch, P., Müller, J., Perlik, M., Weiss, I., Thorn, S. 2022. Windthrow and salvage logging alter β-diversity of multiple species groups in a mountain spruce forest. Forest Ecology and Management 520: 120401. DOI 10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120401

Busse, A., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Friess, N., Hacker, H., Heidrich, L., Hilmers, T., Merkel‐Wallner, G., Schmid‐Egger, C., Seifert, L., Müller, J. 2022. Light and Malaise traps tell different stories about the spatial variations in arthropod biomass and method‐specific insect abundance. Insect Conservation Diversity. DOI 10.1111/icad.12592

Uhl, B., Krah, F.-S., Baldrian, P., Brandl, R., Hagge, J., Müller, J., Thorn, S., Vojtech, T., Bässler, C. 2022. Snags, logs, stumps, and microclimate as tools optimizing deadwood enrichment for forest biodiversity. Biological Conservation 270: 109569.

Graf, M., Seibold, S., Gossner, M.M. Hagge, J. Weiß, I., Bässler, C., Müller, J. 2022. Coverage based diversity estimates of facultative saproxylic species highlight the importance of deadwood for biodiversity. Forest Ecology and Management 517: 120275.

Müller, J., Brandl, R., Cadotte, M.W., Heibl, C., Bässler, C., Weiß, I., Birkhofer, K., Thorn, S., Seibold, S. 2022. A replicated study on the response of spider assemblages to regional and local processes. Ecological Monographs: e1511. Doi 10.1002/ecm.1511.

Brabcová, V., Tláskal, V., Lepinay, C., Zrůstová, P., Eichlerová, I., Štursová, M., Müller, J., Brandl, R., Bässler, C., Baldrian, P. 2022. Fungal Community Development in Decomposing Fine Deadwood is Largely Affected by Microclimate. Frontiers in Microbiology 0: 1104.

Rieker D., Krah F.-S., Gossner M.M., Uhl B., Ambarli D., Baber K., Buscot F., Hofrichter M., Hoppe B., Kahl T., Kellner H., Moll J., Purahong W., Seibold S., Weisser W.W., Bässler C. (2022). Disentangling the importance of space and host tree for the beta-diversity of beetles, fungi, and bacteria: Lessons from a large dead-wood experiment. Biological Conservation 268: 109521. DOI 10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109521.

Lettenmaier L., Seibold S., Bässler C., Brandl R., Gruppe, A., Müller J., Hagge J. (2022). Beetle diversity is higher in sunny forests due to higher microclimatic heterogeneity in deadwood. Oecologia: 1–10. Doi 10.1007/s00442-022-05141-8.

Oechler H., Krah F.-S. 2022. Response of Fruit Body Assemblage Color Lightness to Macroclimate and Vegetation Cover [Original Research]. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10. Doi 10.3389/fevo.2022.829981.

Abrego, N., C. Bässler, M. Christensen, Heilmann‐Clausen J. 2022. Traits and phylogenies modulate the environmental responses of wood‐inhabiting fungal communities across spatial scales. Journal of Ecology. Doi 10.1111/1365-2745.13839.

Uhl B., Wölfling M., Fiedler K. 2022. Exploring the power of moth samples to reveal community patterns along shallow ecological gradients. Ecological Entomology DOI 10.1111/een.13122.

Krah F.-S., Hagge J., Schreiber J., Brandl R., Müller J., Bässler C. 2022. Fungal fruit body assemblages are tougher in harsh microclimates. Scientific Reports 12(1): 1633.

Schraml, S., Barrios Santos, W.A., Bässler, C., Mülling, C. 2022. Suspensory ligament or interosseous muscle? Histology of the interosseous muscle of South American Camelids. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series C. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 51: 69–78.

Mayer M., Rosinger C., Gorfer M., Berger H., Deltedesco E., Bässler C., Müller J., Seifert L., Rewald B., Godbold D.L. 2022. Surviving trees and deadwood moderate changes in soil fungal communities and associated functioning after natural forest disturbance and salvage logging. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 166: 108558.

Ernst A.-L., Reiter G., Piepenbring M., Bässler C. 2022. Spatial risk assessment of radiocesium contamination of edible mushrooms – Lessons from a highly frequented recreational area. Science of the Total Environment 807: 150861.,


Heim R.J., Heim W., Bültmann H., Kamp J., Rieker D., Yurteav A., Hölzel N. 2021. Fire disturbance promotes biodiversity of plants, lichens and birds in the Siberian subarctic tundra. Global Change Biology, 28: 1048-1062, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15963.

Seibold, S., W. Rammer, T. Hothorn, R. Seidl, M. D. Ulyshen, J. Lorz, M. W. Cadotte, D. B. Lindenmayer, Y. P. Adhikari, R. Aragón, S. Bae, P. Baldrian, H. Barimani Varandi, J. Barlow, C. Bässler, J. Beauchêne, E. Berenguer, R. S. Bergamin, T. Birkemoe, G. Boros, R. Brandl, H. Brustel, P. J. Burton, Y. T. Cakpo-Tossou, J. Castro, E. Cateau, T. P. Cobb, N. Farwig, R. D. Fernández, J. Firn, K. S. Gan, G. González, M. M. Gossner, J. C. Habel, C. Hébert, C. Heibl, O. Heikkala, A. Hemp, C. Hemp, J. Hjältén, S. Hotes, J. Kouki, T. Lachat, J. Liu, Y. Liu, Y.-H. Luo, D. M. Macandog, P. E. Martina, S. A. Mukul, B. Nachin, K. Nisbet, J. O'Halloran, A. Oxbrough, J. N. Pandey, T. Pavlíček, S. M. Pawson, J. S. Rakotondranary, J.-B. Ramanamanjato, L. Rossi, J. Schmidl, M. Schulze, S. Seaton, M. J. Stone, N. E. Stork, B. Suran, A. Sverdrup-Thygeson, S. Thorn, G. Thyagarajan, T. J. Wardlaw, W. W. Weisser, S. Yoon, N. Zhang, and Müller J. 2021. The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition. Nature 597: 77–81.

Halbwachs H., Ryvarden L., Bässler C. 2021. Larger basidiomycetes growing on poroid lignicolous fungi show rot type-related colonization patterns. Asian Journal of Mycology 4(2): 19-28.

Weber L., Printzen C., Bässler C., Kantelinen A. 2021. Seven Micarea (Pilocarpaceae) species new to Germany and notes on deficiently known species in the Bavarian Forest. Herzogia 34(1): 5-17.

Moll J., Roy F., Bässler C., Heilmann-Clausen J., Hofrichter M., Kellner H., Krabel D., Schmidt J.H., Buscot F., Hoppe B. 2021. First evidence that nematode communities in deadwood are related to tree species identity and to co-occurring fungi and prokaryotes. Microorganisms 9(7): 1454.

Yu H., Wang T., Skidmore, A., Heurich M., Bässler C. 2021. The critical role of tree species and human disturbance in determining the macrofungal diversity in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30(10): 2084-2100.

Krah F.-S., Hess J., Hennicke F., Kar R., Bässler C. 2021. Transcriptional response of mushrooms to artificial sun exposure. Ecology and Evolution 11(15): 10538-10546, DOI 10.1002/ece3.7862.

Krah F.-S., Bässler C. 2021. What can intraspecific trait variability tell us about fungal communities and adaptations? Mycological Progress 20(7): 905-910.

Georgiev K.B., Beudert B., Bässler C., Feldhaar H., Heibl C., Karasch P., Müller J., Perlík M., Weiss I., Thorn S. 2021. Forest disturbance and salvage logging have neutral long-term effects on drinking water quality but alter biodiversity. Forest Ecology and Management 495: 119354.

Uhl B., Wölfling M., Fiedler K. 2021. Qualitative and Quantitative Loss of Habitat at Different Spatial Scales Affects Functional Moth Diversity. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9(256): DOI 10.3389/fevo.2021.637371.

Schraml, S., Santos, W.A.B., Mülling, C., Bässler, C., Hagen, J. 2021. Comparative anatomic and morphometric examination of the interosseous muscle, sesamoid ligaments and flexor tendons of the fetlock in South American camelids. Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia 50: 625-63612, Doi 10.1111/ahe.12668

Bässler C., Brandl R., Müller J., Krah F.S., Reinelt A., Halbwachs H. 2021. Global analysis reveals an environmentally driven latitudinal pattern in mushroom size across fungal species. Ecology Letters 24(4); DOI 10.1111/ele.13678.

Kortmann, M., Müller, J.C., Baier, R., Bässler, C., Buse, J., Cholewińska, O., Förschler, M.I., Georgiev, K.B., Hilszczański, J., Jaroszewicz, B., Jaworski, T., Kaufmann, S., Kuijper, D., Lorz, J., Lotz, A., Łubek, A., Mayer, M., Mayerhofer, S., Meyer, S., Morinière, J., Popa, F., Reith, H., Roth, N., Seibold, S., Seidl, R., Stengel, E., Wolski, G.J., Thorn,S. 2021. Ecology versus society: Impacts of bark beetle infestations on biodiversity and restorativeness in protected areas of Central Europe. Biological Conservation 254: 108931.

Moll, J., Heintz-Buschart, A., Bässler, C., Hofrichter, M., Kellner, H., Buscot, F., Hoppe, B. 2021. Amplicon Sequencing-Based Bipartite Network Analysis Confirms a High Degree of Specialization and Modularity for Fungi and Prokaryotes in Deadwood. mSphere 6(1): DOI 10.1128/mSphere.00856-20.

.Halbwachs, H., Bässler, C., Worobiec, E. 2021. Palynomorphs in Baltic, Bitterfeld and Ukrainian ambers: a comparison. Palynology 45(3): 441-457.

Heim, R.J., Bucharova, A., Brodt, L., Kamp, J., Rieker, D., Soromotin, A.V., Yurteav, A., Hölzel N. 2021. Post-fire vegetation succession in the Siberian subarctic tundra over 45 years. Science of the Total Environment 760: 143425, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143425.

Bae, S., Heidrich, L., Levick, S.R., Gossner, M.M., Seibold, S., Weisser, W.W., Magdon, P., Serebryanyk, A., Bässler, C., Schäfer, D., Schulze, E.‐D., Doerfler, I., Müller, J., Jung, K., Heurich, M., Fischer, M., Roth, N., Schall, P., Boch, S., Wöllauer, S., Renner, S.C., Müller, J. 2021. Dispersal ability, trophic position and body size mediate species turnover processes: Insights from a multi‐taxa and multi‐scale approach. Diversity and Distributions 27(3): 439-453, Doi 10.1111/ddi.13204

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Halbwachs, H., Bässler, C. 2020. No bull: Dung-dwelling mushrooms show reproductive trait syndromes different from their non-coprophilous allies. Mycological Progress 19: 817-824.

Heidrich, L., Bae, S., Levick, S., Seibold, S., Weisser, W., Krzystek, P., Magdon, P., Nauss, T., Schall, P., Serebryanyk, A. 2020. Heterogeneity–diversity relationships differ between and within trophic levels in temperate forests. Nature ecology & evolution 4(9): 1204-1212.

Müller, J., Ulyshen M., Seibold S., Cadotte M., Chao A., Bässler C., Vogel S., Hagge J., Weiß I., Baldrian P. 2020. Primary determinants of communities in deadwood vary among taxa but are regionally consistent. Oikos 129(10): 1579-1588.

Norden, J., Abrego, N., . Boddy, L., Bassler, C., Dahlberg, A., Halme, P., Hallfors, M., Maurice, S., Menkis, A., Miettinen, O., Makipaa, R., Ovaskainen, O, Penttilä, R., Saine, S. Snall, T., Junninen, K. 2020. Ten principles for conservation translocations of threatened wood-inhabiting fungi. Fungal Ecology 44: 100919.

Olou, B.O., Krah, F.S., Piepenbring, M., Yorou, N.S., Langer, E. 2020. Diversity of Trametes (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) in tropical Benin and description of new species Trametes parvispora. MycoKeys 65: 25-47.

Richter-Heitmann, T., Hofner, B., Krah, F.S., Sikorski, J., Wüst, P.K., Bunk, B., Huang, S.,Regan, K.M., Berner, D., Boeddinghaus, R.S.,Marhan, S., Prati, S., Kandeler, E., Overmann, J., Friedrich, W.M. 2020. Stochastic dispersal rather than deterministic selection explains the spatio-temporal distribution of soil bacteria in a temperate grassland. Frontiers in Microbiology 11: 1391.

Teixeira, L.H., Oliveira, B.F., Krah, F.S., Kollmann, J., Ganade, G. 2020. Linking plant traits to multiple soil functions in semi-arid ecosystems. Journal of Arid Environments 172: 104040.

Thorn, S., A. Chao, M. Bernhardt‐Römermann, Y.-H. Chen, K. B. Georgiev, C. Heibl, J. Müller, H. Schäfer, and C. Bässler. 2020. Rare species, functional groups, and evolutionary lineages drive successional trajectories in disturbed forests. Ecology 101(3): e02949.

Thorn S., Chao A., Georgiev K.B., Müller J., Bässler C., Campbell J.L., Castro J., Chen Y.-H., Choi C.-Y., Cobb T.P. 2020. Estimating retention benchmarks for salvage logging to protect biodiversity. Nature communications 11(1): 1-8.

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Bae, S., Levick, S., Heidrich, L., Magdon, P., Leutner, B., Wöllauer, S., Serebryanyk, A., Nauss, T., Krzystek, P., Gossner, M., Schall, P., Heibl, C. Bässler, C., Dörfler, I., Schulze, Krah, F.S., Culmsee, H., Jung, K., Heurich, M., Fischer, M., Seibold, S., Thorn, S., Gerlach, T., Hothorn, T., Weisser, W., and Müller, J.. 2019. Radar vision in the mapping of forest biodiversity from space. Nature Communications. 10: 4757.

Biedermann, P., Müller, J., Grégoire, J.-C., Gruppe, A., Hagge, J., Hammerbacher, A.,

Hofstetter, R.W., Kandasamy, D., Kolarik, M., Kostovcik, M., Krokene, P., Sallé, A., Six, D.L., Turrini, T., Vanderpool, D., Wingfield, M. and Bässler, C. 2019. Bark beetle population dynamics in the Anthropocene: challenges and solutions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 34(10): 914-924.

Carrie, A., U. Büntgen, S. Egli, B. Senn-Irlet, J. Arvid Grytnes, J. Heilmann-Clausen, L.

Boddy, C. Bässler, A. Gange, E. Heegaard, K. Høiland P. Kirk, I. Krisai-Greilhüber T. Kuyper; and H. Kauserud. 2019. Open-source data reveal how collections-based fungal diversity is sensitive to global change. Applications in Plant Sciences 7(3): e1227.

Dawson, S. K., L. Boddy, H. Halbwachs, C. Bässler, C. Andrew, T. W. Crowther, J. Heilmann-Clausen, J. Norden, O. Ovaskainen, and M. Jonsson. 2019. Handbook for the measurement of macrofungal functional traits: A start with basidiomycete wood fungi. Functional Ecology 33: 372-387.

Friess, N., J. C. Muller, P. Aramendi, C. Bassler, M. Brandle, C. Bouget, A. Brin, H. Bussler, K. B. Georgiev, R. Gil, M. M. Gossner, J. Heilmann-Clausen, G. Isacsson, A. Kristin, T. Lachat, L. Larrieu, E. Magnanou, A. Maringer, U. Mergner, M. Mikolas, L. Opgenoorth, J. Schmidl, M. Svoboda, S. Thorn, K. Vandekerkhove, A. Vrezec, T. Wagner, M. B. Winter, L. Zapponi, R. Brandl, and S. Seibold. 2019. Arthropod communities in fungal fruitbodies are weakly structured by climate and biogeography across European beech forests. Diversity and Distributions 25: 783-796.

Hagge, J., Abrego, N., Bässler, C., Bouget, C., Brin, A., Brustel, H., Christensen, M.,

Gossner, M.:, Heilmann-Clausen, J., Horak, J., Grupper, A., Isacsson, G., Köhler, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Schlaghamersky, J., Thorn, S. Zapponi, L and J. Müller. 2019. Congruent patterns of functional diversity in saproxylic beetles and fungi across European beech forests. Journal of Biogeography 46: 1054-1065.

Hagge, J., Müller, J., Bässler, C., Biebl, S.S., Brandl, R., Drexler, M., Gruppe, A., Hotes, S., Hothorn, T., Langhammer, P., Stark, H., Wirtz, R., Zimmerer, V., Mysterud, A., 2019. Deadwood retention in forests lowers short-term browsing pressure on silver fir saplings by overabundant deer. Forest Ecology and Management 451: 117531, Doi 10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117531.

Hagge, J., Bässler, C., Gruppe, A., Hoppe, B., Kellner, H., Krah, F.-S., Müller, J., Seibold, S., Stengel, E., Thorn, S. 2019. Bark coverage shifts assembly processes of microbial decomposer communities in dead wood, Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 286(1912): 20191744.

Halbwachs H. 2019. Fungi trapped in amber – a fossil legacy frozen in time. Mycological Progress 18(7): 879-893.

Halbwachs H. 2019. Some ecological implications of Agaricomycete phenology. Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1): 114-120.

Krah, F.S., , Büntgen, U., Schaefer, H., Müller, J., Andrew, C., Boddy, B., Diez, J. Egli, S.,

Freckleton, R., Gange, A.C., Halvorsen, R., Heegaard, E., Heideroth, A., Heibl, C., Heilmann-Clausen, J. Høiland, K., Kar, R. Kauserud, H., Kirk, P.M., Kuyper, T.W., Krisai-Greilhuber, I., Norden, J., Papastefanou, P., Senn-Irlet, B. and Bässler, C. 2019. European mushroom assemblages are darker in cold climates. Nature Communications 10: 2890.

Leonhardt, S., B. Hoppe, E. Stengel, L. Noll, J. Moll, C. Bässler, A. Dahl, F. Buscot, M. Hofrichter, and H. Kellner. 2019. Molecular fungal community and its decomposition activity in sapwood and heartwood of 13 temperate European tree species. PLOS ONE 14: e0212120.

Müller, J., R. N. Noss, S. Thorn, C. Bässler, A. B. Leverkus, and D. B. Lindenmayer. 2019. Increasing disturbance demands new policies to conserve intact forest. Conservation Letters 12: UNSP e12449.

Olou, B. A., N. S. Yorou, M. Striegel, C. Bässler, and F. S. Krah. 2019. Effects of macroclimate and resource on the diversity of tropical wood inhabiting fungi. Forest Ecology and Management 436: 79-87.

Roth, N., I. Doerfler, C. Bassler, M. Blaschke, H. Bussler, M. M. Gossner, A. Heideroth, S. Thorn, W. W. Weisser, and J. Muller. 2019. Decadal effects of landscape-wide enrichment of dead wood on saproxylic organisms in beech forests of different historic management intensity. Diversity and Distributions 25: 430-441.

Schmid, L., Bässler, C., Schaefer, H. and Krah, F.-S. 2019. A test of camera surveys to study fungus-animal interactions. Mycoscience 60: 287-292.

Seibold, S., J. Müller, P. Baldrian, M. W. Cadotte, M. Stursova, P. H. W. Biedermann, F. S. Krah, and C. Bässler. 2019. Fungi associated with beetles dispersing from dead wood e Let's take the beetle bus! Fungal Ecology 39: 100-108.

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Andrew, C., R. Halvorsen, E. Heegaard, T. W. Kuyper, J. Heilmann-Clausen, I. Krisai-Greilhuber, C. Bässler, S. Egli, A. C. Gange, K. Hoiland, P. M. Kirk, B. Senn-Irlet, L. Boddy, U. Buentgen, and H. Kauserud. 2018. Continental-scale macrofungal assemblage patterns correlate with climate, soil carbon and nitrogen deposition. Journal of Biogeography 45: 1942-1953.

Andrew, C., E. Heegaard, K. Hoiland, B. Senn-Irlet, T. W. Kuyper, I. Krisai-Greilhuber, P. M. Kirk, J. Heilmann-Clausen, A. C. Gange, S. Egli, C. Bässler, U. Buntgen, L. Boddy, and H. Kauserud. 2018. Explaining European fungal fruiting phenology with climate variability. Ecology 99: 1306-1315.

Calhim, S., P. Halme, J. H. Petersen, T. Laessoe, C. Bässler, and J. Heilmann-Clausen. 2018. Fungal spore diversity reflects substrate-specific deposition challenges. Scientific Reports 8(1): 5356.

Dornelas, M., L. H. Antao, F. Moyes, A. E. Bates, A. E. Magurran, D. Adam, A. A. Akhmetzhanova, W. Appeltans, J. M. Arcos, H. Arnold, N. Ayyappan, G. Badihi, A. H. Baird, M. Barbosa, T. E. Barreto, C. Baessler, A. Bellgrove, J. Belmaker, L. Benedetti-Cecchi, B. J. Bett, A. D. Bjorkman, M. Blazewicz, S. A. Blowes, C. P. Bloch, T. C. Bonebrake, S. Boyd, M. Bradford, A. J. Brooks, J. H. Brown, H. Bruelheide, P. Budy, F. Carvalho, E. Castaneda-Moya, C. A. Chen, J. F. Chamblee, T. J. Chase, L. Collier, S. K. Collinge, R. Condit, E. J. Cooper, J. H. C. Cornelissen, U. Cotano, S. K. Crow, G. Damasceno, C. H. Davies, R. A. Davis, F. P. Day, S. Degraer, T. S. Doherty, T. E. Dunn, G. Durigan, J. E. Duffy, D. Edelist, G. J. Edgar, R. Elahi, S. C. Elmendorf, A. Enemar, S. K. M. Ernest, R. Escribano, M. Estiarte, B. S. Evans, T. Y. Fan, F. T. Farah, L. L. Fernandes, F. Z. Farneda, A. Fidelis, R. Fitt, A. M. Fosaa, G. A. C. Franco, G. E. Frank, W. R. Fraser, H. Garcia, R. C. Gatti, O. Givan, E. Gorgone-Barbosa, W. A. Gould, C. Gries, G. D. Grossman, J. R. Gutierrez, S. Hale, M. E. Harmon, J. Harte, G. Haskins, D. L. Henshaw, L. Hermanutz, P. Hidalgo, P. Higuchi, A. Hoey, G. Hoey, A. Hofgaard, K. Holeck, R. D. Hollister, R. Holmes, M. Hoogenboom, C. H. Hsieh, S. P. Hubbell, F. Huettmann, C. L. Huffard, A. H. Hurlbert, N. M. Ivanauskas, D. Janik, U. Jandt, A. Jazdzewska, T. Johannessen, J. Johnstone, J. Jones, F. A. M. Jones, J. Kang, T. Kartawijaya, C. Keeley, D. A. Kelt, R. Kinnear, K. Klanderud, H. Knutsen, C. C. Koenig, A. R. Kortz, K. Kral, L. A. Kuhnz, C. Y. Kuo, D. J. Kushner, C. Laguionie-Marchais, L. T. Lancaster, C. Lee, J. S. Lefcheck, E. Levesque, D. Lightfoot, F. Lloret, J. D. Lloyd, A. Lopez-Baucells, M. Louzao, J. S. Madin, B. Magnusson, S. Malamud, I. Matthews, K. P. McFarland, B. McGill, D. McKnight, W. O. McLarney, J. Meador, P. L. Meserve, D. J. Metcalfe, C. F. J. Meyer, A. Michelsen, N. Milchakova, T. Moens, E. Moland, J. Moore, C. M. Moreira, J. Mueller, G. Murphy, I. H. Myers-Smith, R. W. Myster, A. Naumov, F. Neat, J. A. Nelson, M. Nelson, S. F. Newton, N. Norden, J. C. Oliver, E. M. Olsen, V. G. Onipchenko, K. Pabis, R. J. Pabst, A. Paquette, S. Pardede, D. M. Paterson, R. Pelissier, J. Penuelas, A. Perez-Matus, O. Pizarro, F. Pomati, E. Post, H. H. T. Prins, J. C. Priscu, P. Provoost, K. L. Prudic, Pulliainen, B. R. Ramesh, O. Ramos, A. Rassweiler, J. E. Rebelo, D. C. Reed, P. B. Reich, S. M. Remillard, A. J. Richardson, J. P. Richardson, I. Rijn, R. Rocha, V. H. Rivera-Monroy, C. Rixen, K. P. Robinson, R. R. Rodrigues, D. D. C. Rossa-Feres, L. Rudstam, H. Ruhl, C. S. Ruz, E. M. Sampaio, N. Rybicki, A. Rypel, S. Sal, B. Salgado, F. A. M. Santos, A. P. Savassi-Coutinho, S. Scanga, J. Schmidt, R. Schooley, F. Setiawan, K. T. Shao, G. R. Shaver, S. Sherman, T. W. Sherry, J. Sicinski, C. Sievers, A. C. Silva, F. R. Silva, F. L. Silveira, J. Slingsby, T. Smart, S. J. Snell, N. A. Soudzilovskaia, G. B. G. Souza, F. M. Souza, V. C. Souza, C. D. Stallings, R. Stanforth, E. H. Stanley, J. M. Sterza, M. Stevens, R. Stuart-Smith, Y. Suarez, S. Supp, J. Tamashiro, S. Tarigan, G. P. Thiede, S. Thorn, A. Tolvanen, M. T. Toniato, O. Totland, R. R. Twilley, G. Vaitkus, N. Valdivia, M. I. Vallejo, T. J. Valone, C. Colen, J. Vanaverbeke, F. Venturoli, H. M. Verheye, M. Vianna, R. P. Vieira, T. Vrska, C. Q. Vu, L. Van Vu, R. B. Waide, C. Waldock, D. Watts, S. Webb, T. Wesolowski, E. P. White, C. E. Widdicombe, D. Wilgers, R. Williams, S. B. Williams, M. Williamson, M. R. Willig, T. J. Willis, S. Wipf, K. D. Woods, E. J. Woehler, K. Zawada, and M. L. Zettler. 2018. BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 760-786.

Gange, A. C., E. Heegaard, L. Boddy, C. Andrew, P. Kirk, R. Halvorsen, T. W. Kuyper, C. Bässler, J. Diez, J. Heilman-Clausen, K. Hoiland, U. Buntgen, and H. Kauserud. 2018. Trait-dependent distributional shifts in fruiting of common British fungi. Ecography 41: 51-61.

Halbwachs H., Simmel J. 2018. Some like it hot, some not – Tropical and arctic mushrooms. Fungal Biology Reviews 32(3): 143-155.

Halbwachs H., Karasch P., Simmel J. 2018. Small can be beautiful: Ecological trade-offs related to basidiospore size Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1): 15-21.

Halbwachs H., Easton G.L., Bol R., Hobbie E.A., Garnett M.H., Peršoh D., Dixon L., Ostle N., Karasch P., Griffith G.W. 2018. Isotopic evidence of biotrophy and unusual nitrogen nutrition in soil-dwelling Hygrophoraceae. Environmental Microbiology 20(10): 3573-3588.

Halbwachs H. 2018. Windows of opportunity: fruiting phenology and size of mushrooms. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology 8(4): 446-454.

Heer, K., D. Behringer, A. Piermattei, C. Bässler, R. Brandl, B. Fady, H. Jehl, S. Liepelt, S. Lorch, A. Piotti, G. Vendramin, M. Weller, B. Ziegenhagen, U. Buntgen, and L. Opgenoorth. 2018. Linking dendroecology and association genetics in natural populations: Stress responses archived in tree rings associate with SNP genotypes in silver fir (Abies alba Mill.). Molecular Ecology 27: 1428-1438.

Hilmers, T., N. Friess, C. Bässler, M. Heurich, R. Brandl, H. Pretzsch, R. Seidl, and J. Müller. 2018. Biodiversity along temperate forest succession. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2756-2766.

Krah, F. S., C. Bässler, C. Heibl, J. Soghigian, H. Schaefer, and D. S. Hibbett. 2018. Evolutionary dynamics of host specialization in wood-decay fungi. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 18: 119.

Krah, F. S., S. Seibold, R. Brandl, P. Baldrian, J. Müller, and C. Bässler. 2018. Independent effects of host and environment on the diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi. Journal of Ecology 106:1428-1442.

Moll, J., H. Kellner, S. Leonhardt, E. Stengel, A. Dahl, C. Bässler, F. Buscot, M. Hofrichter, and B. Hoppe. 2018. Bacteria inhabiting deadwood of 13 tree species are heterogeneously distributed between sapwood and heartwood. Environmental Microbiology 20: 3744-3756.

Müller, J., R. N. Noss, S. Thorn, C. Bässler, A. B. Leverkus, and D. B. Lindenmayer. 2018. Increasing disturbance demands new policies to conserve intact forest. . Conservation Letters e12449.

Ordynets, A., J. Heilmann-Clausen, A. Savchenko, C. Bässler, S. Volobuev, O. Akulov, M. Karadelev, H. Kotiranta, A. Saitta, E. Langer, and N. Abrego. 2018. Do plant-based biogeographical regions shape aphyllophoroid fungal communities in Europe? Journal of Biogeography 45: 1182-1195.

Seibold, S., J. Hagge, J. Müller, A. Gruppe, R. Brandl, C. Bässler, and S. Thorn. 2018. Experiments with dead wood reveal the importance of dead branches in the canopy for saproxylic beetle conservation. Forest Ecology and Management 409: 564-570.

Thorn, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, P. J. Burton, R. Cahall, J. L. Campbell, J. Castro, C. Y. Choi, T. Cobb, D. C. Donato, E. Durska, J. B. Fontaine, S. Gauthier, C. Hebert, T. Hothorn, R. L. Hutto, E. J. Lee, A. B. Leverkus, D. B. Lindenmayer, M. K. Obrist, J. Rost, S. Seibold, R. Seidl, D. Thom, K. Waldron, B. Wermelinger, M. B. Winter, M. Zmihorski, and J. Müller. 2018. Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 279-289.

Thorn, S., B. Förster, C. Heibl, J. Müller, and C. Bässler. 2018. Influence of macroclimate and local conservation measures on taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversities of saproxylic beetles and wood-inhabiting fungi. Biodiversity and Conservation 27: 3119-3135.

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Abrego, N., M. Christensen, C. Bässler, A. M. Ainsworth, and J. Heilmann-Clausen. 2017. Understanding the distribution of wood-inhabiting fungi in European beech reserves from species-specific habitat models. Fungal Ecology 27:168-174.

Andrew, C., E. Heegaard, P. M. Kirk, C. Bässler, J. Heilmann-Clausen, I. Krisai-Greilhuber, T. W. Kuyper, B. Senn-Irlet, U. Buntgen, J. Diez, S. Egli, A. C. Gange, R. Halvorsen, K. Hoiland, J. Norden, F. Rustoen, L. Boddy, and H. Kauserud. 2017. Big data integration: Pan-European fungal species observations' assembly for addressing contemporary questions in ecology and global change biology. Fungal Biology Reviews 31:88-98.

Bog, M., C. Bässler, and C. Oberprieler. 2017. Lost in the hybridisation vortex: high-elevation Senecio hercynicus (Compositae, Senecioneae) is genetically swamped by its congener S-ovatus in the Bavarian Forest National Park (SE Germany). Evolutionary Ecology 31:401-420.

Bog, M., H. F. Ehrnsberger, M. Elmer, C. Bässler, and C. Oberprieler. 2017. Do differences in herbivore resistance contribute to elevational niches of species and hybrids in the central European Senecio nemorensis (Compositae, Senecioneae) syngameon? Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics 24:61-71.

Halbwachs, H., J. Heilmann-Clausen, and C. Bässler. 2017. Mean spore size and shape in ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic assemblages show strong responses under resource constraints. Fungal Ecology 26:59-64.

Heegaard, E., L. Boddy, J. M. Diez, R. Halvorsen, H. Kauserud, T. W. Kuyper, C. Bässler, U. Buntgen, A. C. Gange, I. Krisai-Greilhuber, C. J. Andrew, F. Ayer, K. Hoiland, P. M. Kirk, and S. Egli. 2017. Fine-scale spatiotemporal dynamics of fungal fruiting: prevalence, amplitude, range and continuity. Ecography 40:947-959.

Heilmann-Clausen, J., S. Adamcik, C. Bässler, P. Halme, I. Krisai-Greilhuber, and J. Holec. 2017. State of the art and future directions for mycological research in old-growth forests. Fungal Ecology 27:141-144.

Kahl, T., T. Arnstadt, K. Baber, C. Bässler, J. Bauhus, W. Borken, F. Buscot, A. Floren, C. Heibl, D. Hessenmöller, M. Hofrichter, B. Hoppe, H. Kellner, D. Kruger, K. E. Linsenmair, E. Matzner, P. Otto, W. Purahong, C. Seilwinder, E. D. Schulze, B. Wende, W. W. Weisser, and M. M. Gossner. 2017. Wood decay rates of 13 temperate tree species in relation to wood properties, enzyme activities and organismic diversities. Forest Ecology and Management 391:86-95.

Kirchenbaur, T., T. Fartmann, C. Bässler, F. Loffler, J. Müller, C. Stratz, and S. Seibold. 2017. Small-scale positive response of terrestrial gastropods to dead-wood addition is mediated by canopy openness. Forest Ecology and Management 396:85-90.

Seibold, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, L. Fahrig, B. Forster, M. Heurich, T. Hothorn, F. Scheipl, S. Thorn, and J. Müller. 2017. An experimental test of the habitat-amount hypothesis for saproxylic beetles in a forested region. Ecology 98:1613-1622.

Simmel, J., C. Bässler, and P. Poschlod. 2017. Ellenberg indicator values for macromycetes - a methodological approach and first applications. Fungal Ecology 27:202-212.

Thorn, S., C. Bässler, M. Svoboda, and J. Müller. 2017. Effects of natural disturbances and salvage logging on biodiversity - Lessons from the Bohemian Forest. Forest Ecology and Management 388:113-119.

Vogel, S., B. Alvarez, C. Bässler, J. Müller, and S. Thorn. 2017. The Red-belted Bracket (Fomitopsis pinicola) colonizes spruce trees early after bark beetle attack and persists. Fungal Ecology 27:182-188.

Winter, M. B., C. Bässler, M. Bernhardt-Romermann, F. S. Krah, H. Schaefer, S. Seibold, and J. Müller. 2017. On the structural and species diversity effects of bark beetle disturbance in forests during initial and advanced early-seral stages at different scales. European Journal of Forest Research 136:357-373.

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Andrew, C., E. Heegaard, R. Halvorsen, F. Martinez-Pena, S. Egli, P. M. Kirk, C. Bässler, U. Buntgen, J. Aldea, K. Hoiland, L. Boddy, and H. Kauserud. 2016. Climate impacts on fungal community and trait dynamics. Fungal Ecology 22:17-25.

Arnstadt, T., B. Hoppe, T. Kahl, H. Kellner, D. Kruger, C. Bässler, J. Bauhus, and M. Hofrichter. 2016. Patterns of laccase and peroxidases in coarse woody debris of Fagus sylvatica, Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris and their relation to different wood parameters. European Journal of Forest Research 135:109-124.

Baber, K., P. Otto, T. Kahl, M. M. Gossner, C. Wirth, A. Gminder, and C. Bässler. 2016. Disentangling the effects of forest-stand type and dead-wood origin of the early successional stage on the diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi. Forest Ecology and Management 377:161-169.

Bässler, C., M. W. Cadotte, B. Beudert, C. Heibl, M. Blaschke, J. H. Bradtka, T. Langbehn, S. Werth, and J. Müller. 2016. Contrasting patterns of lichen functional diversity and species richness across an elevation gradient. Ecography 39:689-698.

Bässler, C., H. Halbwachs, P. Karasch, H. Holzer, A. Gminder, L. Krieglsteiner, R. S. Gonzalez, J. Müller, and R. Brandl. 2016. Mean reproductive traits of fungal assemblages are correlated with resource availability. Ecology and Evolution 6:582-592.

Bässler, C., J. Müller, M. W. Cadotte, C. Heibl, J. H. Bradtka, S. Thorn, and H. Halbwachs. 2016. Functional response of lignicolous fungal guilds to bark beetle deforestation. Ecological Indicators 65:149-160.

Halbwachs, H., J. Simmel, and C. Bässler. 2016. Tales and mysteries of fungal fruiting: How morphological and physiological traits affect a pileate lifestyle. Fungal Biology Reviews 30:36-61.

Koban, M. B., M. M. Gossner, J. Müller, J. L. M. Steidle, C. Bässler, T. Hothorn, S. B. Unsicker, and S. Seibold. 2016. Short-distance attraction of saproxylic Heteroptera to olfactory cues. Insect Conservation and Diversity 9:254-257.

Peura, M., R. S. Gonzalez, J. Müller, M. Heurich, L. A. Vierling, M. Monkkonen, and C. Bässler. 2016. Mapping a 'cryptic kingdom': Performance of lidar derived environmental variables in modelling the occurrence of forest fungi. Remote Sensing of Environment 186:428-438.

Seibold, S., C. Bässler, P. Baldrian, L. Reinhard, S. Thorn, M. D. Ulyshen, I. Weiss, and J. Müller. 2016a. Dead-wood addition promotes non-saproxylic epigeal arthropods but effects are mediated by canopy openness. Biological Conservation 204:181-188.

Seibold, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, B. Buche, A. Szallies, S. Thorn, M. D. Ulyshen, and J. Müller. 2016. Microclimate and habitat heterogeneity as the major drivers of beetle diversity in dead wood. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:934-943.

Seidl, R., J. Müller, T. Hothorn, C. Bässler, M. Heurich, and M. Kautz. 2016. Small beetle, large-scale drivers: how regional and landscape factors affect outbreaks of the European spruce bark beetle. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:530-540.

Thorn, S., C. Bässler, M. Bernhardt-Romermann, M. Cadotte, C. Heibl, H. Schafer, S. Seibold, and J. Müller. 2016. Changes in the dominant assembly mechanism drive species loss caused by declining resources. Ecology Letters 19:163-170.

Thorn, S., C. Bässler, H. Bussler, D. B. Lindenmayer, S. Schmidt, S. Seibold, B. Wende, and J. Müller. 2016. Bark-scratching of storm-felled trees preserves biodiversity at lower economic costs compared to debarking. Forest Ecology and Management 364:10-16.

Thorn, S., S. A. B. Werner, J. Wohlfahrt, C. Bässler, S. Seibold, P. Quillfeldt, and J. Müller. 2016. Response of bird assemblages to windstorm and salvage logging - Insights from analyses of functional guild and indicator species. Ecological Indicators 65:142-148.

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Abrego, N., C. Bässler, M. Christensen, and J. Heilmann-Clausen. 2015. Implications of reserve size and forest connectivity for the conservation of wood-inhabiting fungi in Europe. Biological Conservation 191 469-477.

Bässler, C., J. Heilmann-Clausen, P. Karasch, R. Brandl, and H. Halbwachs. 2015. Ectomycorrhizal fungi have larger fruit bodies than saprotrophic fungi. Fungal Ecology 17:205-212.

Bernsteinová, J., C. Bässler, L. Zimmermann, J. Langhammer, and B. Beudert. 2015. Changes in runoff in two neighbouring catchments in the Bohemian Forest related to climate and land cover changes. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 63:342-352.

Beudert, B., C. Bässler, S. Thorn, R. Noss, B. Schröder, H. Dieffenbach-Fries, N. Foullois, and M. J. 2015. Bark beetles increase biodiversity while maintaining drinking water quality. Conservation Letters.

Halbwachs, H., and C. Bässler. 2015. Gone with the wind – a review on basidiospores of lamellate agarics. Mycosphere 6:78-112.

Halbwachs, H., R. Brandl, and C. Bässler. 2015. Spore wall traits of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic agarics may mirror their distinct lifestyles. Fungal Ecology 17:197–204.

Laube, J., T. H. Sparks, C. Bässler, and A. Menzel. 2015. Small differences in seasonal and thermal niches influence elevational limits of native and invasive Balsams. Biological Conservation 191:682-691.

Oberprieler, C., G. Heine, and C. Bässler. 2015. Can divergent selection save the rare Senecio hercynicus from genetic swamping by its spreading congener S. ovatus (Compositae, Senecioneae)? . Flora 210:47-59.

Seibold, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, M. M. Gossner, S. Thorn, M. D. Ulyshen, and J. Müller. 2015. Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity — A review identifying global gaps in knowledge. Biological Conservation 191:139-149.

Thorn, S., H. Hacker, S. Seibold, C. Bässler, H. Jehl, and J. Müller. 2015. Guild-specific responses of forest Lepidoptera highlight conservation-oriented forest management - implications from conifer-dominated forests. Forest Ecology and Management 337:41-47.

Thorn, S., J. Müller, C. Bässler, A. Gminder, R. Brandl, and C. Heibl. 2015. Host abundance, durability, basidiome form and phylogenetic isolation determine fungivore species richness. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114:699-708.

Thorn, S., S. A. B. Werner, J. Wohlfahrt, C. Bässler, S. Seibold, P. Quillfeldt, and J. Müller. 2015. Response of bird assemblages to windstorm and salvage logging - insights from analyses of functional guilds and indicator species. Ecological Indicators 65:142-148.

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Bässler, C., R. Ernst, M. Cadotte, C. Heibl, and J. Müller. 2014. Near-to-nature logging influences fungal community assembly processes in a temperate forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:939-948.

Griffith G.W., Graham A., Woods R.G., Easton G.L., Halbwachs H. 2014. Effect of biocides on the fruiting of waxcap fungi. Fungal Ecology.

Halbwachs H., Karasch P., Griffith G.W. 2013. The diverse habitats of Hygrocybe – peeking into an enigmatic lifestyle. Mycosphere 4(4): 773–792.

Halbwachs H., Dentinger B.T.M., Detheridge A.P., Karasch P., Griffith G.W. 2013. Hyphae of waxcap fungi colonise plant roots. Fungal Ecology 6(6): 487-492.

Maraun, M., D. Dana Augustin, J. Müller, C. Bässler, and S. Scheu. 2014. Changes in the community composition and trophic structure of microarthropods in sporocarps of the wood decaying fungus Fomitopsis pinicola along an altitudinal gradient. Applied Soil Ecology 84 16-23

Müller, J., C. Bässler, S. Essbauer, S. Schex, D. W. H. Müller, L. Opgenoorth, and R. Brandl. 2014. Relative heart size in two rodent species increases with elevation: reviving Hesse's rule. Journal of Biogeography 41:2211-2220.

Seibold, S., C. Bässler, P. Baldrian, S. Thorn, J. Müller, and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Wood resource and not fungi attract early-successional saproxylic species of Heteroptera – an experimental approach. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7:533-542.

Tello S.A., Silva-Flores P., Agerer R., Halbwachs H., Beck A., Peršoh D. 2013. Hygrocybe virginea is a systemic endophyte of Plantago lanceolata. Mycological Progress 13(3): 471-475.

Thoma, B., J. Müller, C. Bässler, E. Georgi, A. Osterberg, S. Schex, C. Bottomley, and S. Essbauer. 2014. Predicting the risk for hantaviruses in rodents in a montane forest environment. Viruses 6:3944-3967.

Thorn, S., C. Bässler, T. Gottschalk, T. Hothorn, H. Bussler, K. Raffa, and J. Müller. 2014. New Insights into the Consequences of Post-Windthrow Salvage Logging Revealed by Functional Structure of Saproxylic Beetles Assemblages. PLOS ONE 9:e101757.

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Bässler, C., T. Hothorn, R. Brandl, and J. Müller. 2013. Insects overshoot the expected upslope shift caused by climate warming. PLOS ONE 8:e65842-e65842.

Halbwachs H., Bässler C. 2013. Umweltfaktoren und die Diversität von Großpilzen: eine Analyse mit Ellenbergschen Zeigerwerten. ZMykol 79(2): 583-600.

Lehnert, L. W., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, P. J. Burton, and J. Müller. 2013. Conservation value of forests attacked by bark beetles: Highest number of indicator species is found in early successional stages. Journal for Nature Conservation 21:97-104.

Nel, P., A. R. Schmidt, C. Bässler, and A. Nel. 2013. Fossil thrips of the family Uzelothripidae suggest 53 million years of morphological and ecological stability. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58 609-614.

Seibold, S., J. Buchner, C. Bässler, and J. Müller. 2013. Ponds in acidic mountains are more important for bats in providing drinking water than insect prey. Journal of Zoology 290:302-308.

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Bässler, C., J. Müller, M. Svoboda, A. Lepsova, C. Hahn, H. Holzer, and V. Pouska. 2012. Diversity of wood-decaying fungi under different disturbance regimes-a case study from spruce mountain forests. Biodiversity and Conservation 21:33-49.

Müller, J., M. Mehr, C. Bässler, M. B. Fenton, T. Hothorn, H. Pretzsch, H.-J. Klemmt, and R. Brandl. 2012. Aggregative response in bats: prey abundance versus habitat. Oecologia 169:673-684.

Thoma, B. R., J. Mueller, C. Bässler, C. Bottomley, S. Schex, A. Osterberg, and S. Essbauer. 2012. Biometric, climatic, and environmental risk factors driving Puumala hantavirus epidemics in Southeast Germany. International Journal of Medical Microbiology 302:88-89.

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Bässler, C., J. Stadler, J. Müller, B. Förster, A. Göttlein, and R. Brandl. 2011. LiDAR as a rapid tool to predict forest habitat types in Natura 2000 networks. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:465-481.

Vierling, K. T., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, L. A. Vierling, I. Weiss, and J. Müller. 2011. Spinning a laser web: predicting spider distributions using LiDAR. Ecological Applications 21:577-588.

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Bässler, C., and J. Müller. 2010. Importance of natural disturbance for recovery of the rare polypore Antrodiella citrinella Niemela & Ryvarden. Fungal Biology 114:129-133.

Bässler, C., J. Müller, and F. Dziock. 2010. Detection of Climate-Sensitive Zones and Identification of Climate Change Indicators: A Case Study from the Bavarian Forest National Park. Folia Geobotanica 45:163-182.

Bässler, C., J. Müller, F. Dziock, and R. Brandl. 2010. Effects of resource availability and climate on the diversity of wood-decaying fungi. Journal of Ecology 98:822-832.

Bässler, C., J. Müller, T. Hothorn, T. Kneib, F. Badeck, and F. Dziock. 2010. Estimation of the extinction risk for high-montane species as a consequence of global warming and assessment of their suitability as cross-taxon indicators. Ecological Indicators 10:341–352.

Raabe, S., J. Müller, M. Manthey, O. Duerhammer, U. Teuber, A. Göttlein, B. Förster, R. Brandl, and C. Bässler. 2010. Drivers of bryophyte diversity allow implications for forest management with a focus on climate change. Forest Ecology and Management 260:1956-1964.

Röder, J., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, L. Dvorak, A. Floren, M. M. Gossner, A. Gruppe, A. Jarzabek-Müller, O. Vojtech, C. Wagner, and J. Müller. 2010. Arthropod species richness in the Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) canopy along an elevation gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 259:1513-1521.

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Moning, C., S. Werth, F. Dziock, C. Bässler, J. Bradtka, T. Hothorn, and J. Müller. 2009. Lichen diversity in temperate montane forests is influenced by forest structure more than climate. Forest Ecology and Management 258:745-751.

Müller, J., C. Bässler, C. Straetz, B. Klöcking, and R. Brandl. 2009. Molluscs and climate warming in forests of a low mountain range National Park. Malacologia 51:89-109.

Müller, J., C. Moning, C. Bässler, M. Heurich, and R. Brandl. 2009. Using airborne laser scanning to model potential abundance and assemblages of forest passerines. Basic and Applied Ecology 10:671-681

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Prof. Dr. Claus Bässler

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Institute for Ecology, Evolution and Diversity

Department of Conservation Biology


Max-von-Laue-Str. 13

D-60438 Frankfurt am Main

Phone ++49 (0) 69 – 798 42136

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