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The global decline of cheetah Acinonyx jubatus and what it means for conservation
SM Durant, N Mitchell, R Groom, N Pettorelli, A Ipavec, AP Jacobson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (3), 528-533, 2017
Gut microbiomes of free‐ranging and captive Namibian cheetahs: Diversity, putative functions and occurrence of potential pathogens
S Menke, J Melzheimer, S Thalwitzer, S Heinrich, B Wachter, S Sommer
Molecular ecology 26 (20), 5515-5527, 2017
An advanced method to assess the diet of free-ranging large carnivores based on scats
B Wachter, AS Blanc, J Melzheimer, OP Höner, M Jago, H Hofer
PLoS One 7 (6), e38066, 2012
Citizen science and wildlife biology: Synergies and challenges
D Frigerio, P Pipek, S Kimmig, S Winter, J Melzheimer, L Diblíková, ...
Ethology 124 (6), 365-377, 2018
Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research
MPG Hofman, MW Hayward, M Heim, P Marchand, CM Rolandsen, ...
PloS one 14 (5), e0216223, 2019
Oligotyping reveals differences between gut microbiomes of free-ranging sympatric Namibian carnivores (Acinonyx jubatus, Canis mesomelas) on a bacterial …
S Menke, M Meier, J Melzheimer, JKE Mfune, S Heinrich, S Thalwitzer, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 526, 2014
The distribution and numbers of cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) in southern Africa
FJ Weise, V Vijay, AP Jacobson, RF Schoonover, RJ Groom, J Horgan, ...
PeerJ 5, e4096, 2017
Cheetahs have a stronger constitutive innate immunity than leopards
SK Heinrich, H Hofer, A Courtiol, J Melzheimer, M Dehnhard, GÁ Czirják, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Terrestrial mammal surveillance using hybridization capture of environmental DNA from African waterholes
PA Seeber, GK McEwen, U Löber, DW Förster, ML East, J Melzheimer, ...
Molecular ecology resources 19 (6), 1486-1496, 2019
Queuing, takeovers, and becoming a fat cat: Long‐term data reveal two distinct male spatial tactics at different life‐history stages in Namibian cheetahs
J Melzheimer, S Streif, B Wasiolka, M Fischer, S Thalwitzer, SK Heinrich, ...
Ecosphere 9 (6), e02308, 2018
Effects of host traits and land-use changes on the gut microbiota of the Namibian black-backed jackal (Canis mesomelas)
S Menke, M Meier, JKE Mfune, J Melzheimer, B Wachter, S Sommer
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 93 (11), fix123, 2017
The conflict between cheetahs and humans on Namibian farmland elucidated by stable isotope diet analysis
CC Voigt, S Thalwitzer, J Melzheimer, AS Blanc, M Jago, B Wachter
PLoS One 9 (8), e101917, 2014
Modeling the viability of the free‐ranging cheetah population in Namibia: An object‐oriented Bayesian network approach
S Johnson, L Marker, K Mengersen, CH Gordon, J Melzheimer, ...
Ecosphere 4 (7), 1-19, 2013
Sex‐specific dietary specialization in a terrestrial apex predator, the leopard, revealed by stable isotope analysis
CC Voigt, M Krofel, V Menges, B Wachter, J Melzheimer
Journal of Zoology 306 (1), 1-7, 2018
Feliform carnivores have a distinguished constitutive innate immune response
SK Heinrich, B Wachter, OHK Aschenborn, S Thalwitzer, J Melzheimer, ...
Biology open 5 (5), 550-555, 2016
First evidence of hemoplasma infection in free-ranging Namibian cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus)
A Krengel, ML Meli, V Cattori, B Wachter, B Willi, S Thalwitzer, ...
Veterinary microbiology 162 (2-4), 972-976, 2013
Diversity and Evolutionary Patterns of Immune Genes in Free-Ranging Namibian Leopards (Panthera pardus pardus)
A Castro-Prieto, B Wachter, J Melzheimer, S Thalwitzer, S Sommer
Journal of Heredity 102 (6), 653-665, 2011
Making the most of by‐catch data: Assessing the feasibility of utilising non‐target camera trap data for occupancy modelling of a large felid
S Edwards, S Cooper, K Uiseb, M Hayward, B Wachter, J Melzheimer
African Journal of Ecology 56 (4), 885-894, 2018
Behavior and communication of free-ranging cheetahs
B Wachter, F Broekhuis, J Melzheimer, J Horgan, EV Chelysheva, ...
Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation: Biodiversity of the World: Conservation …, 2018
Communication hubs of an asocial cat are the source of a human–carnivore conflict and key to its solution
J Melzheimer, SK Heinrich, B Wasiolka, R Mueller, S Thalwitzer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (52), 33325-33333, 2020
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