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Robert Jehle
Robert Jehle
School of Sciences, Engineering and Environment, University of Salford
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Post-breeding migrations of newts (Triturus cristatus and T. marmoratus) with contrasting ecological requirements
R Jehle, JW Arntzen
Journal of Zoology 251 (3), 297-306, 2000
1922000
Calls, colours, shape, and genes: a multi-trait approach to the study of geographic variation in the Amazonian frog Allobates femoralis
A Amezquita, AP Lima, R Jehle, L Castellanos, O Ramos, AJ Crawford, ...
Biological journal of the linnean society 98 (4), 826-838, 2009
1632009
Microsatellite markers in amphibian conservation genetics
R Jehle, JW Arntzen
Herpetological journal 12, 2002
1452002
Delineation of terrestrial reserves for amphibians: post-breeding migrations of Italian crested newts (Triturus c. carnifex) at high altitude
R Schabetsberger, R Jehle, A Maletzky, J Pesta, M Sztatecsny
Biological Conservation 117 (1), 95-104, 2004
1262004
Sexual size dimorphism in anurans fails to obey Rensch's rule
WB Liao, Y Zeng, CQ Zhou, R Jehle
Frontiers in Zoology 10 (1), 10, 2013
1182013
Contemporary gene flow and the spatio‐temporal genetic structure of subdivided newt populations (Triturus cristatus, T. marmoratus)
R Jehle, GA Wilson, JW Arntzen, T Burke
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (3), 619-628, 2005
1172005
Der Kammmolch: ein" Wasserdrache" in Gefahr; mit 24 Tabellen
B Thiesmeier, A Kupfer, R Jehle
Laurenti, 2009
1072009
Strong male/male competition allows for nonchoosy females: high levels of polygynandry in a territorial frog with paternal care
EVA Ursprung, MAX Ringler, R Jehle, W Hödl
Molecular Ecology 20 (8), 1759-1771, 2011
1032011
The terrestrial summer habitat of radio-tracked great crested newts (Triturus cristatus) and marbled newts (T. marmoratus)
R Jehle
Herpetological Journal 10 (4), 137-142, 2000
1032000
ASYMMETRIC VIABILITY OF RECIPROCAL-CROSS HYBRIDS BETWEEN CRESTED AND MARBLED NEWTS (TRITURUS CRISTATUS AND T. MARMORATUS)
JW Arntzen, R Jehle, F Bardakci, T Burke, GP Wallis
Evolution 63 (5), 1191-1202, 2009
992009
The annual number of breeding adults and the effective population size of syntopic newts (Triturus cristatus, T. marmoratus)
R Jehle, JW Arntzen, T Burke, AP Krupa, W Hödl
Molecular Ecology 10 (4), 839-850, 2001
992001
The Crested Newt: A Dwindling Pond-Dweller
R Jehle, B Thiesmeier, J Foster
A Dwilling Pond-Dweller. Bielefeld: Laurenti Verlag, 2011
872011
Assessing Risk and Guidance on Monitoring of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Europe through Identification of Taxonomic Selectivity of Infection
V Baláž, J Voeroes, P Civiš, J Vojar, A Hettyey, E Sos, R Dankovics, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 213-223, 2014
842014
Geographic variation in life-history traits: growth season affects age structure, egg size and clutch size in Andrew’s toad (Bufo andrewsi)
WB Liao, Y Luo, SL Lou, D Lu, R Jehle
Frontiers in Zoology 13, 6, 2016
822016
Altitudinal variation in maternal investment and trade‐offs between egg size and clutch size in the Andrew's toad
WB Liao, X Lu, R Jehle
Journal of Zoology 293 (2), 84-91, 2014
602014
Stable species boundaries despite ten million years of hybridization in tropical eels
JMI Barth, C Gubili, M Matschiner, OK Tørresen, S Watanabe, B Egger, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1433, 2020
592020
Delineating fine-scale genetic units in amphibians: probing the primacy of ponds
R Jehle, T Burke, JW Arntzen
Conservation Genetics 6, 227-234, 2005
592005
Female polyandry under male harassment: the case of the common toad (Bufo bufo)
M Sztatecsny, R Jehle, T Burke, W Hödl
Journal of Zoology 270 (3), 517-522, 2006
572006
The female perspective of mating in A. femoralis, a territorial frog with paternal care–a spatial and genetic analysis
E Ringler, M Ringler, R Jehle, W Hödl
PLoS One 7 (6), e40237, 2012
562012
Wanderleistung und Orientierung von Amphibien: eine Übersicht
R Jehle, U Sinsch
Zeitschrift für Feldherpetologie 14 (2), 137-152, 2007
562007
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