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German Journal of Herpetology

Volume 56 - 2020

 Issue 3

Articles:

  • Vences, M. & S. Lötters: The salamander plague in Europe – a German perspective. pp. 169-171. [PDF]
  • Lötters, S., N. Wagner, G. Albaladejo, P. Böning, L. Dalbeck, H. Düssel, S. Feldmeier, M. Guschal, K. Kirst, D. Ohlhoff, K. Preissler, T. Reinhardt, M. Schlüpmann, U. Schulte, V. Schulz, S. Steinfartz, S. Twietmeyer, M. Veith, M. Vences & J. Wegge: The amphibian pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in the hotspot of its European invasive range: past – present – future. pp. 173-188. [PDF]
  • Schulz, V., A. Schulz, M. Klamke, K. Preissler, J. Sabino-Pinto, M. Müsken, M. Schlüpmann, L. Heldt, F. Kamprad, J. Enss, M. Schweinsberg, J. Virgo, H. Rau, M. Veith, S. Lötters, N. Wagner, S. Steinfartz & M. Vences: Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in the Ruhr District, Germany: history, distribution, decline dynamics and disease symptoms of the salamander plague. pp. 189-214. [PDF]
  • Sandvoß, M., N. Wagner, S. Lötters, S. Feldmeier, V. Schulz, S. Steinfartz & M. Veith: Spread of the pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans and large-scale absence of larvae suggest unnoticed declines of the European fire salamander in the southern Eifel Mountains. pp. 215-226. [PDF]
  • Thein, J., U. Reck, C. Dittrich, A. Martel, V. Schulz & G. Hansbauer: Preliminary report on the occurrence of Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in the Steigerwald, Bavaria, Germany. 227-229. [PDF]
  • Schmeller, D. S., R. Utzel, F. Pasmans & A. Martel: Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans kills alpine newts (Ichthyosaura alpestris) in southernmost Germany. pp. 230-232. [PDF]
  • Jung, L., J. Dusek, T. Lüddecke, V. Schulz, K. Maier-Sam, L. Habich, A. Mosebach, M. Lierz & H.-P. Ziemek: Epidemiological screening of captive salamanders reveals current absence of Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in private collections throughout the federal state of Hesse (Germany). pp. 233-238. [PDF]
  • Lötters, S., M. Veith, N. Wagner, A. Martel & F. Pasmans: Bsal-driven salamander mortality pre-dates the European index outbreak. pp. 239-242. [PDF]
  • Wagner, N., S. Lötters, L. Dalbeck, H. Düssel, M. Guschal, K. Kirst, D. Ohlhoff, J. Wegge, T. Reinhardt & M. Veith: Long-term monitoring of European fire salamander populations (Salamandra salamandra) in the Eifel Mountains (Germany): five years of removal sampling of larvae. pp. 243-253. [PDF]
  • Wagner, N., W. Harms, F. Hildebrandt, A. Martens, S. Li Ong, K. Wallrich, S. Lötters & M. Veith: Do habitat preferences of European fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) larvae differ among landscapes? A case study from Western Germany. pp. 254-264. [PDF]
  • Wagner, N., J. Pfrommer & M. Veith: Comparison of different methods to estimate abundances of larval fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra) in first-order creeks. pp. 265-274. [PDF]
  • Sachs, M., R. Schluckebier, K. Poll, V. Schulz, J. Sabino-Pinto, E. Schmidt, K. Simon, S. Künzel, T. Ziegler, H. Arndt & M. Vences: Evidence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis and other amphibian parasites in the Green toad (Bufotes viridis), syntopic amphibians and environment in the Cologne Bay, Germany. pp. 275-284. [PDF]

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