Jaap van Schaik
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
742012
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
672011
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
442015
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
332014
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
222015
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
182016
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
132017
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
82017
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 (2), 481-494, 2018
72018
Frequent melanism in Geoffroy’s bat (Myotis emarginatus, Geoffroy 1806)
D Dekeukeleire, R Janssen, J van Schaik
Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 24 (2), 197-198, 2013
52013
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
42020
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
32020
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
32011
Sharing roosts but not ectoparasites: high host-specificity in bat flies and wing mites of Miniopterus schreibersii and Rhinolophus ferrumequinum (Mammalia: Chiroptera)
B Pejić, I Budinski, J van Schaik, J Blagojević
Current Zoology, 2021
2021
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, 2021
2021
Proxies in behaviour can be misleading
LF Gill, J van Schaik, M Gahr
7th International caesar conference Missing links in neuroscience: Bridging …, 2019
2019
Genetic diversity of bat-flies and mites in two cave-dwelling bat species in Serbia
B Pejić, J van Schaik, I Budinski, J Blagojević
6th Congress of the Serbian genetic society; 2019 Oct 13-17; Vrnjačka Banja …, 2019
2019
Zwermgedrag in Rochefort
Q Smits, R Janssen, R Delbroek, Y Gager, J van Schaik, D Dekeukeleire
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