Lisa M. Schulte
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The smell of success: choice of larval rearing sites by means of chemical cues in a Peruvian poison frog
LM Schulte, J Yeager, R Schulte, M Veith, P Werner, LA Beck, S Lötters
Animal Behaviour 81 (6), 1147-1154, 2011
612011
The power of the seasons: rainfall triggers parental care in poison frogs
LM Schulte, S Lötters
Evolutionary Ecology 27 (4), 711-723, 2013
282013
Searching for hormonal facilitators: Are vasotocin and mesotocin involved in parental care behaviors in poison frogs?
LM Schulte, K Summers
Physiology & behavior 174, 74-82, 2017
152017
A danger foreseen is a danger avoided: how chemical cues of different tadpoles influence parental decisions of a Neotropical poison frog
LM Schulte, S Lötters
Animal Cognition 17 (2), 267-275, 2014
142014
Poison frogs
JL Stynoski, LM Schulte, B Rojas
Current biology 25 (21), R1026-R1028, 2015
112015
Home range behaviour in male and female poison frogs in Amazonian Peru (Dendrobatidae: Ranitomeya reticulata)
P Werner, O Elle, LM Schulte, S Lötters
Journal of Natural History 45 (1-2), 15-27, 2010
112010
Preference and competition for breeding plants in coexisting Ranitomeya species (Dendrobatidae): does height play a role
LM Schulte, D Rödder, R Schulte, S Lötters
Salamandra 46 (3), 180-184, 2010
102010
Decoding and discrimination of chemical cues and signals: Avoidance of predation and competition during parental care behavior in sympatric poison frogs
LM Schulte, M Krauss, S Lötters, T Schulze, W Brack
PloS one 10 (7), e0129929, 2015
92015
Do male poison frogs respond to modified calls of a MŘllerian mimic?
M Mayer, LM Schulte, E Twomey, L Stefan
Animal Behaviour 89, 45-51, 2014
82014
Feeding or avoiding? Facultative egg feeding in a Peruvian poison frog (Ranitomeya variabilis)
LM Schulte
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26 (1), 58-68, 2014
82014
Do poison frogs recognize chemical cues of the other sex or do they react to cues of stressed conspecifics?
LM Schulte, DC Rössler
Behavioural processes 100, 32-35, 2013
82013
Poison frog tadpoles seek parental transportation to escape their cannibalistic siblings
LM Schulte, M Mayer
Journal of Zoology 303 (2), 83-89, 2017
72017
Avoiding predation: the importance of chemical and visual cues in poison frog reproductive behaviour
LM Schulte, R Schulte, S Lötters
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12, 309-321, 2013
72013
Developments in Amphibian Parental Care Research: History, Present Advances, and Future Perspectives
LM Schulte, E Ringler, B Rojas, JL Stynoski
Herpetological Monographs 34 (1), 71-97, 2020
42020
Empowering Latina scientists
XE Bernal, B Rojas, MA Pinto, ÁM Mendoza-Henao, A Herrera-Montes, ...
Science 363 (6429), 825-826, 2019
42019
The palatability of Neotropical poison frogs in predator‐prey systems: do alkaloids make the difference?
LM Schulte, RA Saporito, I Davison, K Summers
Biotropica 49 (1), 23-26, 2017
42017
Multiple independent recruitment of sodefrin precursor-like factors in anuran sexually dimorphic glands
F Bossuyt, LM Schulte, M Maex, S Janssenswillen, PY Novikova, SD Biju, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 36 (9), 1921-1930, 2019
32019
Is the response of a Neotropical poison frog (Ranitomeya variabilis) to larval chemical cues influenced by relatedness?
LM Schulte, M Veith
Herpetological Journal 24 (3), 189-192, 2014
32014
Semiochemicals in anurans: Testing different categories with one poison frog species
LM Schulte
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13, 339-350, 2016
22016
Chemical communication in the reproductive behaviour of Neotropical poison frogs (Dendrobatidae)
LM Schulte
12014
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