Jaap van Schaik
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Causes and consequences of living in closed societies: lessons from a long‐term socio‐genetic study on Bechstein’s bats
G Kerth, J van Schaik
Molecular ecology 21 (3), 633-646, 2012
Bats swarm where they hibernate: compositional similarity between autumn swarming and winter hibernation assemblages at five underground sites
J van Schaik, R Janssen, T Bosch, AJ Haarsma, JJA Dekker, ...
PLoS One 10 (7), e0130850, 2015
Trans‐Pacific and trans‐Arctic pathways of the intertidal macroalga Fucus distichus L. reveal multiple glacial refugia and colonizations from the North Pacific to the …
JA Coyer, G Hoarau, J Van Schaik, P Luijckx, JL Olsen
Journal of Biogeography 38 (4), 756-771, 2011
The effect of host social system on parasite population genetic structure: comparative population genetics of two ectoparasitic mites and their bat hosts
J van Schaik, G Kerth, N Bruyndonckx, P Christe
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 (1), 1-15, 2014
Host and parasite life history interplay to yield divergent population genetic structures in two ectoparasites living on the same bat species
J van Schaik, D Dekeukeleire, G Kerth
Molecular Ecology 24 (10), 2324–2335, 2015
Swarming behaviour, catchment area and seasonal movement patterns of the Bechstein's bats: implications for conservation
D Dekeukeleire, R Janssen, AJ Haarsma, T Bosch, J Van Schaik
Acta chiropterologica 18 (2), 349-358, 2016
Sex roles and sex ratios in animals
PM Kappeler, S Benhaiem, C Fichtel, L Fromhage, OP Höner, ...
Biological Reviews 98 (2), 462-480, 2023
How do young bats find suitable swarming and hibernation sites? Assessing the plausibility of the maternal guidance hypothesis using genetic maternity assignment for two …
M Stumpf, F Meier, L Grosche, TK Halczok, J Van Schaik, G Kerth
Acta Chiropterologica 19 (2), 319-327, 2017
Host social organization and mating system shape parasite transmission opportunities in three European bat species
J van Schaik, G Kerth
Parasitology Research 116 (2), 589-599, 2017
Genetic monogamy despite frequent extrapair copulations in “strictly monogamous” wild jackdaws
LF Gill, J van Schaik, AMP von Bayern, ML Gahr
Behavioral Ecology 31 (1), 247-260, 2020
Comparative phylogeography of a vulnerable bat and its ectoparasite reveals dispersal of a non-mobile parasite among distinct evolutionarily significant units of the host
J van Schaik, D Dekeukeleire, S Gazaryan, I Natradze, G Kerth
Conservation genetics 19, 481-494, 2018
Long-term individualized monitoring of sympatric bat species reveals distinct species-and demographic differences in hibernation phenology
F Meier, L Grosche, C Reusch, V Runkel, J van Schaik, G Kerth
BMC Ecology and Evolution 22 (1), 7, 2022
Camera traps with white flash are a minimally invasive method for long‐term bat monitoring
G Krivek, B Schulze, PZ Poloskei, K Frankowski, X Mathgen, A Douwes, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 8 (3), 284-296, 2022
Frequent melanism in Geoffroy’s bat (Myotis emarginatus, Geoffroy 1806)
D Dekeukeleire, R Janssen, J van Schaik
Hystrix 24 (2), 197, 2013
Isolation and characterisation of microsatellite loci for two species of Spinturnicid bat wing mites (Spinturnix myoti and Spinturnix bechsteini)
AJ van Schaik, N Bruyndonckx, G Kerth, P Christe
Acarologia 51 (1), 127-131, 2011
Slight increase in bat activity after human hibernation count monitoring of a bunker complex in northern Germany
B Stapelfeldt, M Schöner, G Kerth, J Van Schaik
Acta Chiropterologica 22 (2), 383-390, 2020
Zwermactiviteit van vleermuizen in het najaar voor kalksteengroeven in Limburg
R Janssen, J van Schaik, B Kranstauber, JJA Dekker
VZZ rapport, 2008
Counting in the dark: estimating population size and trends of bat assemblages at hibernacula using infrared light barriers
G Krivek, EPN Mahecha, F Meier, G Kerth, J van Schaik
Animal Conservation, 2023
Sharing roosts but not ectoparasites: high host-specificity in bat flies and wing mites of Miniopterus schreibersii and Rhinolophus ferrumequinum (Mammalia …
B Pejić, I Budinski, J van Schaik, J Blagojević
Current Zoology 68 (5), 507-516, 2022
How to quantify factors degrading DNA in the environment and predict degradation for effective sampling design
T Naef, AL Besnard, L Lehnen, EJ Petit, J Van Schaik, SJ Puechmaille
Environmental DNA, 2023
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