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PD Dr. Mark-Oliver Rödel

PD Dr. Mark-Oliver Rödel
  • Publications

    For a full list of publications see Mark-Oliver Rödel auf Google Schoolar. Most publications are available via Research Gate.

    • Adeba, P.J., P. Kouassi & M.-O. Rödel (2010, in press): Anuran amphibians in a rapidly changing environment – revisiting Lamto, Côte d’Ivoire, 40 years after the first herpetofaunal investigations. – African Journal of Herpetology
    • Mohneke, M., A.B. Onadeko, M. Hirschfeld & M.-O. Rödel (2010, in press): Dried or fried: amphibians in local and regional food markets in West African. – TRAFFIC Bulletin.
    • Sandberger, L., A. Hillers, J. Doumbia, N.-S. Loua, C. Brede & M.-O. Rödel (2010, in press): Rediscovery of the Liberian Nimba toad, Nimbaphrynoides liberiensis (Xavier, 1978) (Amphibia: Anura: Bufonidae), and reassessment of its taxonomic status. – Zootaxa.
    • Barej, M.F., M.-O. Rödel, L.N. Gonwouo, O.S.G. Pauwels, W. Böhme & A. Schmitz (2010, in press): Review of the genus Petropedetes Reichenow, 1874 in Central Africa with the description of three new species (Amphibia: Anura: Petropedetidae). – Zootaxa.
    • Zimkus, B.M., M.-O. Rödel & A. Hillers (2010, in press): Complex patterns of continental speciation: molecular phylogenetics and biogeography of sub-Saharan puddle frogs (Phrynobatrachus). – Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2009.12.012.
    • Loader, S.P., J.C. Poynton, T.R.B. Davenport & M.-O. Rödel (2009): Re-description of the type series of Nectophrynoides viviparus (Bufonidae), with a taxonomic reassessment. – Zootaxa, 2304: 41-50.
    • Rödel, M.-O., J. Doumbia, A.T. Johnson & A. Hillers (2009): A new small Arthroleptis (Amphibia: Anura: Arthroleptidae) from the Liberian part of Mount Nimba, West Africa. – Zootaxa, 2302: 19-30.
    • Mohneke, M. & M.-O. Rödel (2009): Declining amphibian populations and possible ecological consequences – a review. – Salamandra, 45: 203-210.
    • Mohneke, M., A.B. Onadeko & M.-O. Rödel (2009): Exploitation of frogs – a review with a focus on West Africa. – Salamandra, 45: 193-202.
    • Leaché, A.D., R.A. Chong, T.J. Papenfuss, P. Wagner, W. Böhme, A. Schmitz, M.-O. Rödel, M. LeBreton, I. Ineich, L. Chirio, A. Bauer, E.A. Eniang & S. Baha El Din (2009): Phylogeny of the genus Agama based on mitochondrial DNA sequence data. – Bonner zoologische Beiträge, 56: 273-278.
    • Rödel, M.-O., F. Grözinger, A. Pfahler, J. Thein & J. Glos (2009): Eine einfache Methode zur quantitativen Erfassung von Amphibienlarven und anderen aquatischen Organismen. – pp. 243-256, In: Hachtel, M, M. Schlüpmann, B. Thiesmeier & K. Weddeling (eds.): Methoden der Feldherpetologie, Supplement 15 of Zeitschrift für Feldherpetologie, 424 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O., L. Sandberger, J. Doumbia & A. Hillers (2009): Revalidation of Phrynobatrachus maculiventris Guibé & Lamotte, 1958 and description of its aposematic coloured tadpole. – African Journal of Herpetology, 58: 15-27.
    • Nago, S.G.A., B.A. Sinsin & M.-O. Rödel (2009): The tadpole of Ptychadena schillukorum Werner, 1907. – Zootaxa, 2115: 65-68.
    • Veith, M., J. Kosuch, M.-O. Rödel, A. Hillers, A. Schmitz, M. Burger & S. Lötters (2009): Multiple evolution of sexual dichromatism in African reed frogs. – Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 51: 388-393.
    • Rödel, M.-O., J. Kosuch, T.U. Grafe, R. Boistel, N.E. Assemian, N.G. Kouamé, B. Tohé, G. Gourène, J.-L. Perret, K. Henle, P. Tafforeau, N. Pollet & M. Veith (2009): A new tree-frog genus and species from Ivory Coast, West Africa (Amphibia: Anura: Hyperoliidae). – Zootaxa, 2044: 23-45.
    • Hillers, A., C.O. Boateng, G.H. Segniagbeto, A.C. Agyei & M.-O. Rödel (2009): Assessment of the amphibians in the forests of southern Ghana and western Togo. – Zoosystematics and Evolution, 85: 127-141.
    • Onadeko, A.B. & M.-O. Rödel (2009): Anuran surveys in south-western Nigeria. – Salamandra, 45: 1-14.
    • Keller, A., M.-O. Rödel, K.E. Linsenmair & T.U. Grafe (2009): The importance of environmental heterogeneity for species diversity and assemblage structure in Bornean stream frogs. – Journal of Animal Ecology, 78: 305-314.
    • Blackburn, D.C., L.N. Gonwouo, R. Ernst & M.-O. Rödel (2009): A new squeaker frog (Arthroleptidae: Arthroleptis) from the Cameroon volcanic line with redescriptions of Arthroleptis adolfifriederici Nieden, 1911 “1910” and A. variabilis Matschie, 1893. – Breviora, 515: 1-22.
    • Rödel, M.-O., C.O. Boateng, J. Penner & A. Hillers (2009): A new cryptic Phrynobatrachus species (Amphibia: Anura: Phrynobatrachidae) from Ghana, West Africa. – Zootaxa, 1970: 52-63.
    • Tohé, B., N.E. Assemian, N.G. Kouamé, G. Gourène & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Déterminisme des coassements des anoures de la ferme piscicole du Parc National du Banco (Côte d’Ivoire). – Sciences et Nature, 5: 71-79.
    • Penner, J., C.A.S. Toudonou, B. Sinsin & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Die Nutzung von Schlangen und die damit verbundenen ökonomischen und ökologischen Folgen – das Beispiel des Königspythons in Westafrika. – Draco, Nr. 35 „Königspythons“, 9: 64-68.
    • Schiefenhövel, P. & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Libellengemeinschaften im Naturpark Soonwald-Nahe, Rheinland-Pfalz (Insecta: Odonata). – Fauna Flora Rheinland-Pfalz,11: 593-613.
    • Penner, J., C. Fruteau, F. Range & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Finding a needle in a haystack – new methods of locating and working with rhinoceros vipers (Bitis rhinoceros). – Herpetological Review, 39: 310-314.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2008): Afrikanische Froschlurche: unerforscht und stark gefährdet? – Draco, Nr. 34 „Die globale Amphibienkrise“, 9: 53-59.
    • Andreone, F., A. Channing, R. Drewes, J. Gerlach, F. Glaw, K. Howell, M. Largen, S. Loader, S. Lötters, L. Minter, C. Raxworthy, M.-O. Rödel, A. Schiøtz, D. Vallan & M. Vences (2008): Amphibians of the Afrotropical Region. – pp. 53-58, In: Stuart, S., M. Hoffman, J. Chanson, N. Cox, R. Berridge, P. Ramani & B. Young (eds.): Threatened amphibians of the World. Lynx Editions, Barcelona, 758 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O., P.J. Adeba, R. Ernst, A. Hillers, S.G.A. Nago, J. Penner & M. Wegmann (2008): Threatened islands of amphibian diversity in West Africa. – pp. 62-63, In: Stuart, S., M. Hoffman, J. Chanson, N. Cox, R. Berridge, P. Ramani & B. Young (eds.): Threatened amphibians of the World. Lynx Editions, Barcelona, 758 pp.
    • Kouamé, N.G., B. Tohé, N.E. Assemian, G. Gourène & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Prey composition of two syntopic Phrynobatrachus species in the swamp forest of Banco National Park, Côte d’Ivoire. – Salamandra, 44: 177-186.
    • Blackburn, D.C., J. Kosuch, A. Schmitz, M. Burger, P. Wagner, L.N. Gonwouo, A. Hillers & M.-O. Rödel (2008): A new species of Cardioglossa (Anura: Arthroleptidae) from the Upper Guinean forests of West Africa. – Copeia, 2008: 603-612.
    • Hillers, A., N.-S. Loua & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Assessment of the distribution and conservation status of the viviparous toad Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis on Monts Nimba, Guinea. - Endangered Species Research, 5: 13-19.
    • Hillers, A., B. Zimkus & M.-O. Rödel (2008): A new species of Phrynobatrachus (Amphibia: Anura: Phrynobatrachidae) from north-western Guinea, West Africa. - Zootaxa, 1815: 43-50.
    • Hillers A., M. Veith & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Effects of forest fragmentation and habitat degradation on West African leaf-litter frogs. – Conservation Biology, 22: 762-772.
    • Hillers, A., N.-S. Loua & M.-O. Rödel (2008): A preliminary assessment of the amphibians of the Fouta Djallon, Guinea, West Africa. – Salamandra, 44: 113-122.
    • Gonwouo, L.N. & M.-O. Rödel (2008): The importance of frogs to the livelihood of the Bakossi people around Mount Manengouba, Cameroon, with special consideration of the Hairy Frog, Trichobatrachus robustus. – Salamandra, 44: 23-34.
    • Ernst, R. & M.-O. Rödel (2008): Patterns of community composition in two tropical tree frog assemblages: separating spatial structure and environmental effects in disturbed and undisturbed forests. – Journal of Tropical Ecology, 24: 111-120 .
    • Ernst, R., A.C. Agyei & M.-O. Rödel (2008): A new giant species of Arthroleptis (Amphibia: Anura: Arthroleptidae) from the Krokosua Hills Forest Reserve, south-western Ghana. - Zootaxa, 1697: 58–68.
    • Rödel, M.-O., C. Brede, P. Schiefenhövel, J. Penner, B. Sinsin & S.G.A. Nago (2007): The amphibians of the Lokoli Forest, a permanently inundated rainforest in the Dahomey Gap, Benin. – Salamandra, 43: 231-238.
    • Kouamé, N.G., C.O. Boateng & M.-O. Rödel (2007): A rapid survey of the amphibians from the Atewa Range Forest Reserve, Eastern Region, Ghana. – pp. 76-83, In: McCullough, J., L.E. Alonso, P. Naskrecki, H.E. Wright & Y. Osei-Owusu (eds.): A rapid biological assessment of the Atewa Range Forest Reserve, Eastern Ghana. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 47, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 193 pp.
    • Wohltmann, A., L. du Preez, M.-O. Rödel, J. Köhler & M. Vences (2007): Endoparasitic mites of the genus Endotrombicula Ewing, 1931 (Acari: Prostigmata: Parasitengona: Trombiculidae) from African and Madagascan anurans, with description of a new species. – Folia Parasitologica, 54: 225-235.
    • Parra, G., R. Brown, J. Hanken, B. Hedges, R. Heyer, S. Kuzmin, E. Lavilla, S. Lötters, B. Pimenta, S. Richards, M.-O. Rödel, R.O. de Sá & D. Wake (2007): Chapter 10: Systematics and Conservation. – pp. 45-48, In: Gascon, C., J.P. Collins, R.D. Moore, D.R. Church, J.E. McKay & J.R. Mendelson III (eds.): Amphibian Conservation Action Plan, Proceedings: IUCN/SSC Amphibian Conservation Summit 2005, Washington D.C., 62 pp.
    • Penner, J. & M.-O. Rödel (2007): Amphibians and reptiles of the Lokutu Region, Democratic Republic of Congo. – pp. 37-41, In: Butynski, T.M. & J. McCullough (eds.): A rapid biological assessment of Lokutu, Democratic Republic of Congo. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 46, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 81 pp.
    • Hillers, A. & M.-O. Rödel (2007): Rapid survey of amphibians and reptiles of North Lorma, Gola and Grebo National Forests. – pp. 29-33, appendices 3-6: pp. 86-92, In: Hoke, P., R. Demey & A. Peal (eds.): A rapid biological assessment of North Lorma, Gola and Grebo National Forests, Liberia. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 44, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 112 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2007): The identity of Hylambates hyloides Boulenger, 1906 and description of a new small species of Leptopelis from West Africa. – Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Zoologische Reihe, 83: 90-100.
    • Hillers, A. & M.-O. Rödel (2007): The amphibians of three national forests in Liberia, West Africa. – Salamandra, 43: 1-10.
    • Ernst, R., K.E. Linsenmair, R. Thomas & M.-O. Rödel (2007): Amphibian communities in disturbed forests: lessons from the Neo- and Afrotropics. – pp. 61-87, In: Tscharntke, T., C. Leuschner, M. Zeller, E. Guhardja & A. Bidin (eds.): The stability of tropical rainforest margins: linking ecological, economic and social constraints of land use and conservation, Springer, Berlin, 515 pp.
    • Rudolf, V.H.W. & M.-O. Rödel (2007): Phenotypic plasticity and optimal timing of metamorphosis under uncertain time constraints. – Evolutionary Ecology, 21: 121-142.
    • Ernst, R., T. Konrad, K.E. Linsenmair & M.-O. Rödel (2007): The impacts of selective logging on three sympatric species of Leptodactylus in a Central Guyana rainforest. – Amphibia-Reptilia, 28: 51-64.
    • Pauwels, O.S.G. & M.-O. Rödel (2007): Amphibians and National Parks in Gabon, western Central Africa. – Herpetozoa, 19: 135-148.
    • Wanger, T.C., I. Motzke & M.-O. Rödel (2006): Zur Entwicklung der Diversität der Herpetofauna des östlichen Landschaftsschutzgebietes Spitzberg bei Tübingen am Neckar. – Jahreshefte der Gesellschaft für Naturkunde Württemberg, 162: 283-294.
    • Ernst, R. & M.-O. Rödel (2006): Community assembly and structure of tropical leaf-litter anurans. – Ecotropica, 12: 113-129.
    • Leaché, A.D., M.-O. Rödel, C.W. Linkem, R.E. Diaz, A. Hillers & M.K. Fujita (2006): Biodiversity in a forest island: reptiles and amphibians of the West African Togo Hills. – Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 4: 22-45.
    • Nago, S.G.A., O. Grell, B. Sinsin & M.-O. Rödel (2006): The amphibian fauna of the Pendjari National Park and surroundings, northern Benin. – Salamandra, 42: 93-108.
    • Hillers, A., M.A. Bangoura, N.S. Loua & M.-O. Rödel (2006): Inventaire rapide des amphibians et des reptiles dans la région de Boké dans le nord-ouest de la Guinée. – pp. 59-64; Rapid survey of amphibians and reptiles in the Boké region, northwestern Guinea. – pp. 131-136, appendices/annexes 5-7: pp. 178-181, In: Wright, H.E., J. McCulloughn & M.S. Diallo (eds.): Une inventaire biologique rapide de la préfecture de Boké dans le nord-ouest de la Guinée / A rapid biological assessment of Boké Préfecture, northwestern Guinea. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 41 / Bulletin RAP d’Évaluation Rapide 41, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 190 pp.
    • Ernst, R., K.E. Linsenmair & M.-O. Rödel (2006): Diversity erosion beyond the species level: Dramatic loss of functional diversity after selective logging in two tropical amphibian communities. – Biological Conservation, 133: 143-155.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & M.A. Bangoura (2006): Un inventaire herpétologique de trois forêts classes dans le sud-est de la République de Guinée. – pp. 53-58; A herpetological survey of Déré, Diécké and Mt. Béro classified forests, southeastern Guinea. – pp. 153-158, appendices/annexes 5-7: pp. 229-235, In: Wright, H.E., J. McCullough, L.E. Alonso & M.S. Diallo (eds.): Une évaluation biologique rapide de trios forêt classes du sud-est de la Guinée / A rapid biological assessment of three classified forests in southeastern Guinea. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 40 / Bulletin RAP d’Évaluation Rapide 40, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 249 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O., K.P. Lampert & K.E. Linsenmair (2006): Reproductive biology of the West African savannah frog Hyperolius nasutus Günther, 1864 (Amphibia: Anura: Hyperoliidae). – Herpetozoa, 19: 3-12.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & J. Hallermann (2006): Rediscovery and identity of Phrynobatrachus monticola Fischer, 1884. – African Journal of Herpetology, 55: 69-74.
    • Emms, C., M.D.K. Jambang, O. Bah, B. Mankali, M.-O. Rödel & L. Barnett (2006): The amphibian fauna of The Gambia, West Africa. – Herpetological Bulletin, 94: 6-16.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2006): Ferkelfrösche: 46-47; Afrikanische Pfeiffrösche: 48-49; Pfützenfrösche: 50-51; Baum-Pfützenfrosch: 52-53; Riedfrösche: 72-73; Kreide-Riedfrosch: 74-75; Weitere Riedfrösche: 76-77. – In: Köhler, J. & P. Wagner (eds.): Faszination Natur. Band 4: Amphibien und Reptilien. Brockhaus Verlag Mannheim, 440 pp.
    • Ernst, R., A.C. Agyei & M.-O. Rödel (2005): Herpetological assessment of Draw River, Boi-Tano, and Krokosua Hills. – pp. 44-49, appendices 5-7: 137-141, In: McCullough, J., J. Decher & D. Guba-Kpelle (eds.): A biological assessment of the terrestrial ecosystems of the Draw River, Boi-Tano, Tano Nimiri and Krokosua Hills forest reserves, southwestern Ghana, RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 36, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 154 pp.
    • Branch, W.R., M.-O. Rödel & J. Marais (2005): A new species of rupicolous Cordylus Laurenti 1768 (Sauria: Cordylidae) from Northern Mozambique. – African Journal of Herpetology, 54: 131-138.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & W.R. Branch (2005): Inventaire herpétologique des forêts de la Haute Dodo et du Cavally à l’ouest de la Côte d’Ivoire. – pp. 57-66; Herpetological survey of the Haute Dodo and Cavally forests, western Côte d’Ivoire. – pp. 67-74, appendices/annexes 4-7: pp. 154-161, In: Alonso, L.E., F. Lauginie & G. Rondeau (eds.): Une évaluation biologique de deux forêts classées du sud-ouest de la Côte d’Ivoire / A rapid biological assessment of two classified forests in south-western Côte d’Ivoire. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 34 / Bulletin RAP d’Évaluation Rapide 34, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 168 pp.
    • Branch, W.R., M.-O. Rödel & J. Marais (2005): Herpetological survey of the Niassa Game Reserve, northern Mozambique - Part I: Reptiles. – Salamandra, 41: 195-214.
    • Ernst, R., M.-O. Rödel & D. Arjoon (2005): On the cutting edge – The anuran fauna of the Mabura Hill Forest Reserve, Central Guyana. – Salamandra, 41: 179-194.
    • Ernst, R. & M.-O. Rödel (2005): Anthropogenically induced changes of predictability in tropical anuran assemblages. – Ecology, 86: 3111–3118.
    • Lötters, S., M.-O. Rödel & M. Burger (2005): A new large tree frog from north-western Gabon (Hyperoliidae: Leptopelis). – Herpetological Journal, 15: 149-152.
    • Rödel, M.-O., M. Gil, A.C. Agyei, A.D. Leaché, R.E. Diaz, M.K. Fujita & R. Ernst (2005): The amphibians of the forested parts of south-western Ghana. – Salamandra, 41: 107-127.
    • Rödel, M.-O., J. Kosuch, N.G. Kouamé, R. Ernst & M. Veith (2005): Phrynobatrachus alticola Guibé & Lamotte, 1961 is a junior synonym of Phrynobatrachus tokba (Chabanaud, 1921). – African Journal of Herpetology, 54: 93-98.
    • Rudolf, V.H.W. & M.-O. Rödel (2005): Oviposition site selection in a complex and variable environment: the role of habitat quality and conspecific cues. – Oecologia, 142: 316-325.
    • Bakarr, M., J.F. Oates, J. Fahr, M. Parren, M.-O. Rödel & R. Demey (2004): Guinean forests of West Africa. – pp. 123-130, In: Mittermeier, R.A., P.R. Gil, M. Hoffmann, J. Pilgrim, T. Brooks, C.G. Mittermeier, J. Lamoreux & G.A.B. da Fonesca (eds.): Hotspots revisited: Earth's biologically richest and most endangered terrestrial ecoregions, Conservation International & CEMEX, Washington, D.C. 392 pp.
    • Veith, M., S. Lötters, F. Andreone & M.-O. Rödel (2004): Measuring and monitoring amphibian diversity in tropical forests. II. Estimating species richness from standardized transect censing. – Ecotropica, 10: 85-99.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & M.A. Bangoura (2004): A conservation assessment of amphibians in the Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon, Simandou Range, southeastern Republic of Guinea, with the description of a new Amnirana species (Amphibia Anura Ranidae). – Tropical Zoology, 17: 201-232.
    • Rödel, M.-O., M.A. Bangoura & W. Böhme (2004): The amphibians of south-eastern Republic of Guinea (Amphibia: Gymnophiona, Anura). – Herpetozoa, 17: 99-118.
    • Kalko, E., M. Boutros, J. Fahr, I. Ebigbo, K.E. Linsenmair, K. Mody, M.-O. Rödel & J. Szarzynski (2004): Conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in West Africa – 2. The scientific challenges and contributions. – pp. 151-153, In: Beck, E., W.C. Berendsohn, M. Boutros, M. Denich, K. Henle, N. Jürgens, M. Kirk & V. Wolters (eds.): Sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity - A challenge for society, Proceedings of the International Symposium Berlin, 1-4 December 2003, PT-DLR Environmental Research and Technology, Bonn, 200 pp.
    • Loader, S., D.J. Gower, K.M. Howell, N. Doggart, M.-O. Rödel, B.T. Clarke, R.O. de Sá, B.L. Cohen & M. Wilkinson (2004): Phylogenetic relationships of African microhylid frogs inferred from DNA sequences of mitochondrial 12S and 16S rRNA genes. – Organisms Diversity and Evolution, 4: 227-235.
    • Rödel, M.-O., V.H.W. Rudolf, S. Frohschammer & K.E. Linsenmair (2004): Life history of a West African tree-hole breeding frog, Phrynobatrachus guineensis Guibé & Lamotte, 1961 (Amphibia: Anura: Petropedetidae). – pp. 31-44, In: Lehtinen, R.M. (ed.): Ecology and evolution of phytotelm-breeding anurans, Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 193, 73 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O., A. Schmitz, O.S.G. Pauwels & W. Böhme (2004): Revision of the genus Werneria Poche, 1903, including the descriptions of two new species from Cameroon and Gabon (Amphibia: Anura: Bufonidae). – Zootaxa, 720: 1-28.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2004): Measuring and monitoring amphibian diversity in tropical forests. I. An evaluation of methods with recommendations for standardization. – Ecotropica, 10: 1-14.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & M.A. Bangoura (2004): Rapid survey of amphibians and reptiles in the Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon, Guinea. – pp. 51-60; Évaluation rapide des amphibiens et des reptiles dans la Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon, Guinée. – pp. 151-164, appendices/annexes 3-5: pp. 232-237, In: McCullough, J. (ed.): A rapid biological assessment of the Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon, Simandou Range, South-eastern Republic of Guinea / Une évaluation biologique rapide de la Forêt Classée du Pi de Fon, chaîne du Simandou, Guinée. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 35 / Bulletin RAP d’Évaluation Rapide 35, Conservation International, Washington D.C., 248 pp.
    • Vences, M., J. Kosuch, M.-O. Rödel, S. Lötters, A. Channing, F. Glaw & W. Böhme (2004): Phylogeography of Ptychadena mascareniensis suggests transoceanic dispersal in a widespread African-Malagasy frog lineage. – Journal of Biogeography, 31: 593-601.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & A.C. Agyei (2003): Amphibians of the Togo-Volta highlands, eastern Ghana. – Salamandra, 39: 207-234.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & O.S.G. Pauwels (2003): A new Leptodactylodon species from Gabon (Amphibia: Anura: Astylosternidae). – Salamandra, 39: 139-148.
    • Pauwels, O.S.G., M.-O. Rödel & A.K. Toham (2003): Leptopelis notatus (Anura: Hyperoliidae) in the Massif du Chaillu, Gabon: from ethnic wars to soccer. – Hamadryad, 27: 271-273.
    • Glos, J., T.U. Grafe, M.-O. Rödel & K.E. Linsenmair (2003): Geographic variation in pH tolerance of two populations of the European common frog, Rana temporaria. – Copeia, 2003: 650-656.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2003): The amphibians of Mont Sangbé National Park, Ivory Coast. – Salamandra, 39: 91-110.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2003): The amphibians of Marahoué and Mont Péko National Parks, Ivory Coast. – Herpetozoa, 16: 23-39.
    • Branch, W.R. & M.-O. Rödel (2003): Herpetological survey of the Haute Dodo and Cavally forests, western Ivory Coast, Part II: Trapping results and reptiles. – Salamandra, 39: 21-38.
    • Rödel, M.-O., J. Kosuch, M. Veith & R. Ernst (2003): First record of the genus Acanthixalus Laurent, 1944 from the Upper Guinean rain forest, West Africa, with the description of a new species. – Journal of Herpetology, 37: 43-52.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & W.R. Branch (2002): Herpetological survey of the Haute Dodo and Cavally forests, western Ivory Coast, Part I: Amphibians. – Salamandra, 38: 245-268.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2002): A new Phrynobatrachus from the Upper Guinean rain forest, West Africa, including a description of a new reproductive mode for the genus. – Journal of Herpetology, 36: 561-571.
    • Rödel, M.-O., D. Krätz & R. Ernst (2002): The tadpole of Ptychadena aequiplicata (Werner, 1898) with the description of a new reproductive mode for the genus (Amphibia, Anura, Ranidae). – Alytes, 20: 1-12.
    • Ernst, R. & M.-O. Rödel (2002): A new Atheris species (Serpentes: Viperidae), from Taï National Park, Ivory Coast. – Herpetological Journal, 12: 55-61.
    • Rödel, M.-O., T.U. Grafe, V.H.W. Rudolf & R. Ernst (2002): A review of West African spotted Kassina, including a description of Kassina schioetzi sp. nov. (Amphibia: Anura: Hyperoliidae). – Copeia, 2002: 800-814.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2002): A new reproductive mode for the genus Phrynobatrachus: Phrynobatrachus alticola has nonfeeding, nonhatching tadpoles. – Journal of Herpetology, 36: 121-125.
    • Rödel, M.-O., F. Range, J.-T. Seppänen & R. Noë (2002): Caviar in the rain forest: monkeys as frog spawn predators in Taï National Park, Ivory Coast. – Journal of Tropical Ecology, 18: 289-294.
    • Rödel, M.-O., G. Schorr & R. Ernst (2001): Zur Biologie von Cardioglossa leucomystax (Boulenger, 1903), im Taï-Nationalpark, Elfenbeinküste. – Salamandra, 37: 239-260.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2001): Description of the tadpole of Kassina lamottei Schiøtz, 1967. – Journal of Herpetology, 35: 678-681.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2001): Redescription of the tadpole of Phlyctimantis boulengeri Perret, 1986, with preliminary comments on the biology of the species. – Alytes, 18: 178-186.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & M. Spieler (2000): Trilingual keys to the savannah-anurans of the Comoé National Park, Ivory Coast. – Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde, Serie A, Nr. 620: 1-31.
    • Salewski, V. & M.-O. Rödel (2000): Fish-eating by red-throated bee-eaters, Merops bullocki. – Ostrich, 71: 435.
    • Rödel, M.-O., R. Ernst, G. Leistner & J. Fahr (2000): Zum Totstellverhalten einiger westafrikanischer Frösche. – Salamandra, 36: 125-130.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Ernst (2000): Bufo taiensis n. sp., eine neue Kröte aus dem Taï-Nationalpark, Elfenbeinküste. – herpetofauna, 22 (125): 9-16.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2000): Westafrikanische Froschlurche: Anpassungen in Savanne und Regenwald. – Frösche und Kröten, Datz-Sonderheft Froschlurche: 6-11.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & D. Mahsberg (2000): Vorläufige Liste der Schlangen des Tai-Nationalparks / Elfenbeinküste und angrenzender Gebiete. – Salamandra, 36: 25-38.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (2000): Herpetofauna of West Africa, Vol. I: Amphibians of the West African savanna. – Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt/M., 335 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1999): Über die Folgen eines Bisses von Atheris chlorechis (Pel, 1851). – herpetofauna, 21 (123): 21-24.
    • Rödel, M.-O., K. Kouadio & D. Mahsberg (1999): Die Schlangenfauna des Comoé-Nationalparks, Elfenbeinküste: Ergänzungen und Ausblick. – Salamandra, 35: 165-180.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1999): Predation on tadpoles by hatchlings of the freshwater turtle Pelomedusa subrufa. – Amphibia-Reptilia, 20: 173-183.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & U. Braun (1999): Associations between anurans and ants in a West African savanna (Anura: Microhylidae, Hyperoliidae et Hymenoptera: Formicidae). – Biotropica, 31: 178-183.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1998): A new Hyperolius species from Tai National Park, Ivory Coast (Anura: Hyperoliidae: Hyperoliinae). – Revue française Aquariologie Herpétologie, 25: 123-130.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1998): Kaulquappengesellschaften ephemerer Savannengewässer in Westafrika. – Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt/M., 195 pp.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1998): A reproductive mode so far unknown in African ranids: Phrynobatrachus guineensis Guibé & Lamotte, 1961 breeds in tree holes (Anura: Ranidae). – Herpetozoa, 11: 19-26.
    • Rödel, M.-O., K. Grabow, J. Hallermann & C. Böckheler (1997): Die Echsen des Comoé-Nationalparks, Elfenbeinküste. – Salamandra, 33: 225-240.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & K.E. Linsenmair (1997): Predator-induced swarms in the tadpoles of an African savanna frog, Phrynomantis microps (Anura: Microhylidae). – Ethology, 103: 902-914.
    • Grabow, K., J. Korb, A. Martens & M.-O. Rödel (1997): The use of termite mounds by the dragonfly Crocothemis divisa Karsch 1898 during the pre-reproductive period (Odonata Libellulidae). – Tropical Zoology, 10: 1-10.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & K. Grabow (1997): Die Fischfauna des Comoé-Nationalparks. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 9/1997: 576-582.
    • Kaupp, A. & M.-O. Rödel (1997): Ein neuer westafrikanischer Paussus Linnaeus aus der P. favieri Gruppe (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Paussinae). – Koleopterologische Rundschau, 67: 5-12.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1997): Lebensräume und Entwicklung junger Starrbrust-Pelomedusen Pelomedusa subrufa olivacea (Schweigger, 1812) im Comoé-Nationalpark, Elfenbeinküste (Testudines: Pelomedusidae). – Herpetozoa, 10: 23-33.
    • Böhme, W., H. Meinig & M.-O. Rödel (1996): New records of amphibians and reptiles from Burkina Faso and Mali. – British Herpetological Society Bulletin, No. 55: 7-26.
    • Kaupp, A. & M.-O. Rödel (1996): Die Fühlerkäfer der Elfenbeinküste, Faunistik und Phänologie (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Paussinae). – Koleopterologische Rundschau, 66: 7-17.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1996): Amphibien der westafrikanischen Savanne. – Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt/M., 283 pp. + 8 plates.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1996): Bemerkungen zu einem Fund von Gastropholis echinata (Cope, 1862) aus der Elfenbeinküste. – Die Eidechse, 7: 19-23.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & K. Grabow (1996): Zur Kenntnis von Cynisca rouxae (Hahn, 1979). – Salamandra, 32: 13-22.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & M. Brändle (1995): Massenansammlungen der Krummfühlerwanze Stenocoris elegans (Blöte 1937) im Comoé-Nationalpark, Elfenbeinküste (Alydidae: Heteroptera). – Entomologische Zeitschrift, 105: 468-474.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & K. Grabow (1995): Die Schildkröten und Krokodile des Comoé-Nationalparks, Elfenbeinküste (Reptilia: Testudines et Crocodylia). – Faunistische Abhandlungen des Museums für Tierkunde Dresden, 20, Nr. 8: 133-144.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1995): Phrynobatrachus francisci im Comoé-Nationalpark, Elfenbeinküste: Lebensräume, Aktivität und Nahrung in der ausgehenden Trockenzeit. – Salamandra, 31: 79-92.
    • Hallermann, J. & M.-O. Rödel (1995): A new species of Leptotyphlops (Serpentes: Leptotyphlopidae) of the longicaudus-group from West Africa. – Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde, Serie A, Nr. 532: 1-8.
    • Rödel, M.-O., K. Grabow, C. Böckheler & D. Mahsberg (1995): Die Schlangen des Comoé-Nationalparks, Elfenbeinküste (Reptilia: Squamata: Serpentes). – Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde, Serie A, Nr. 528: 1-18.
    • Rödel, M.-O., M. Spieler, K. Grabow & C. Böckheler (1995): Hemisus marmoratus (Peters, 1854) (Anura: Hemisotidae), Fortpflanzungsstrategien eines Savannenfrosches. – Bonner Zoologische Beiträge, 45: 191-207.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & A. Kaupp (1995): Mittel- und westeuropäische Echsen nach Caudalmerkmalen bestimmt. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 4/1995: 263-265.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1994): Die Amphibiengemeinschaft eines Wiesengrabenkomplexes. – Jahreshefte der Gesellschaft für Naturkunde Württemberg, 150: 285-299.
    • Brändle, M. & M.-O. Rödel (1994): Beiträge zur Kenntnis der iberischen Herpetofauna (Amphibia; Reptilia). – Herpetozoa, 7: 19-27.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1994): Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Verbreitung, Habitatwahl und Biologie griechischer Amphibien und Reptilien: Daten aus 7 Exkursionen von 1987-1991 (Amphibia et Reptilia). – Faunistische Abhandlungen des Museums für Tierkunde Dresden, 19, Nr. 29: 227-246.
    • Brändle, M. & M.-O. Rödel (1994): Beiträge zur Faunistik und Ökologie der Libellen der Iberischen Halbinsel (Insecta: Odonata). – Entomologische Zeitschrift, 104: 145-156.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & A. Kaupp (1994): Durch Hochwasser in den Bodensee verdriftete Carabiden (Coleoptera: Carabidae). – Mitteilungen des internationalen entomologischen Vereins, 19: 21-28.
    • Brändle, M. & M.-O. Rödel (1994): Libellenfunde von Nordgriechenland und Kreta (Insecta, Odonata). – Entomologische Zeitschrift, 104: 85-91.
    • Rödel, M.-O., A. Megerle & C. Röhn (1992): Die Amphibien und Reptilien im Gebiet der Stadt Friedrichshafen; Daten zur Verbreitung, Ökologie und Gefährdung aus 12 Jahren Kartierung - Entwurf einer regionalen "Roten Liste". – Jahreshefte der Gesellschaft für Naturkunde Württemberg, 147: 265-297.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Bussmann (1992): Weitere Daten zur Verbreitung und Habitatwahl von Geochelone pardalis babcocki (Bell 1826), Pelomedusa subrufa subrufa (Lacepede 1788) und Pelusios sinuatus (Smith 1838) in Kenia. – Sauria, 14: 33-38.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1992): Der Schlangenpark in Nairobi, Kenia. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 8/1992: 534-535.
    • Kaupp, A. & M.-O. Rödel (1991): Erstnachweis von Atranus collaris (Ménétr., 1832) für Griechenland (Coleoptera: Carabidae). – Mitteilungen des internationalen entomologischen Vereins, 16: 115-117.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1991): Erstnachweis von Ophiogomphus cecilia (Fourcroy, 1785) für Griechenland (Odonata: Gomphidae). – Mitteilungen des internationalen entomologischen Vereins, 16: 93-96.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & R. Bussmann (1990): Die Amphibien und Reptilien der Julischen Alpen. – Sauria, 12: 15-21.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1990): Amphibien und Reptilien in kenianischen Nationalparks. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 9/1990: 555-558.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1990): Amphibien und Reptilien in kenianischen Nationalparks. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 9/1990: 555-558.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1989): Herpetologische Eindrücke auf La Palma. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 11/1989: 672-673.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1989): Pflege und Zucht der ostafrikanischen Klappbrustpelomeduse, Pelusios williamsi williamsi. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 7/1989: 409-412.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1989): Haltung und Zucht der Weißlippen-Schlammschildkröte, Kinosternon leucostomum. – Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift, 4/1989: 214-218.
    • Rödel, M.-O., R. Bussmann & A. Kaupp (1989): Beitrag zur Biotopwahl von Ophiomorus punctatissimus (Bibron & Bory). – Sauria, 11: 27-30.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1989): Haltung und Zucht der Kleinen Moschusschildkröte, Sternotherus minor minor (Agassiz, 1857). – Aquarama, 4: 46-49.
    • Rödel, M.-O. & G. Praedicow (1988): Die Chinesische Vieraugenschildkröte, Sacalia bealei (Gray, 1831). – Sauria, 10: 3-8.
    • Rödel, M.-O. (1985): Zum Verhalten von Sacalia bealei (Gray, 1831)(Testudines: Emydidae). – Salamandra, 21: 123-131.
  • Projects

    • Something on the Petropedetes natator complex & the Conraua alleni complex (Michael Barej)
    • Amphibian communities within changing environments (Joseph Doumbia): Within the World Heritage Site Nimba Mountains, it is examined how amphibian communities change along mountainous rivers under increasing anthropogenic pressure (increasing agriculture, increasing population and mining). Of particular interest are changes over time of the amphibian communities and the influence of environmental parameters on particular species as well as on the communities as a whole.
    • Adaptation potential of selected amphibian species in relation to climate change impacts (Carolin Dittrich): studies via literature research, empirical and experimental field data the adaptive potential of native amphibians to expected changes of temperature and water availability. Main focus are transfer-experiments, where eggs of the yellow-bellied toad (Bombina variegata) are interchanged between different habitat types and developmental parameters are compared. [Link]
    • Surviving in changing environments - plastic responses or genetic stereotypes? Studies on a population of the common frog in southern Germany (Franziska Grözinger): studies the adaptive potential of a population of the common frog (Rana temporaria) in southern Germany. There, she investigates the cause of the observed differences in developmental traits: are they based on plastic reactions to environmental conditions or are there certain mechanisms leading to a genetic specialization on local scale? [Link]
    • Life-history traits and extinction probabilities in changing environments – montane amphibians in Cameroon as model systems (Mareike Hirschfeld): This project aims to analyse if ecological properties (e.g. distribution, reproductive mode, reproduction potential, and trophic niche) are able to predict a species’ specific adaptation potential. Additionally, we hope to identify phylogenetic independent traits which facilitate and / or constrain species’ adaptation to current or future habitat and climate alterations. [Link]
    • The effect of matrix quality in a fragmented landscape using a hyperdiverse Malagasy amphibian assemblage as an example (Serge Ndriantsoa): investigates the suitability of different types of matrix habitat (deforested land, i.e., rice fields, banana plantations, secondary vegetation) for migration of frogs (influencing frog diversity in forest fragments), and as valuable habitat for some species in the surroundings of Ranomafana National Park (Madagascar). This study aims at identifying important drivers of amphibian community structure in highly fragmented landscapes.
    • Macroecology of West African amphibians (Johannes Penner): investigates the distribution of amphibians and the reasons behind that. The observed patterns are augmented by results from fine grained environmental niche modeling. [Link]
    • Functional consequences of biodiversity loss and fragmentation on ecosystems using a hyperdiverse Malagasy amphibian assemblage as an example (Jana Riemann): investigates the effects of forest fragmentation on species richness, community composition, functional diversity and trophic position of frogs in the Ranomafana National Park and its surroundings (Madagascar). This study aims at understanding how local extinctions depend on functional components of diversity, food web properties and species’ phylogenetic distance, and further, how patterns of amphibian diversity depend on fragmentation related properties of amphibian habitat like forest fragment size and isolation. [Link]
    • Living on the cutting edge? (Laura Sandberger): The Nimba toad – Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis - the only truly viviparous amphibian on Earth, is endemic to the high altitude grasslands of the Nimba Mountains. It is examined what the drivers for the toad’s patchy distribution within a seemingly homogenous habitat are, how the past and present connectivity and metapopulation dynamics develop and the abundances with increasing anthropogenic pressure are monitored. [Link]
    • Management options for amphibian conservation under climate change influences (Nadine Zacharias): reviews within the Habit-Change project behaviour and habitat requirements of selected European amphibian species with a special focus on climate changing impacts. Finally, this will lead towards recommendations for adaptive management plans for protected areas in Eastern Europe, which should incorporate the reduction of climate change stress for amphibians. [Link] [Habit-Change]
    • Amphibian diversity and genetic connectivity along altitudinal and disturbance gradients on Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) (Giulia Zancolli): the study focuses on how the landscape affects amphibian diversity at different levels, from the species to the genes. First assay patterns of species richness and assemblage composition along the southern slope of Mt. Kilimanjaro are studied and compared to other Tanzanian mountains. Secondly, the question is pursued how topographic features, e.g. elevation, slope, vegetation type affect the connectivity and genetic variation of two non-model anuran species which are closely related (genus Amietia) but differ in altitudinal distribution. Finally, loci involved in the adaptation to altitude are identified, using a population genomics approach. [Link]
  • Curriculum Vitae

    1987 – 1993 Studium der Biologie an der Universität Tübingen (Spezielle Zoologie, Botanik, Parasitologie, Paläontologie)

    1994 Diplom am Lehrstuhl für Spezielle Zoologie der Universität Tübingen. Diplomarbeit „Laichstrategien und Schwarmverhalten von Phrynomantis microps (Peters, 1875) (Anura: Microhylidae: Phrynomerinae) im Comoé-Nationalpark, Côte d’Ivoire“

    1995 – 1998 Promotion am Lehrstuhl für Tierökologie und Tropenbiologie der Universität Würzburg. Dissertation: „Kaulquappengesellschaften ephemerer Savannengewässer in Westafrika“

    1998 – 1999 Post-Doc an der Universität Würzburg

    2000 – 2005 Projektleiter (BIOTA W08) am Institut für Zoologie, Abteilung für Ökologie der Universität Mainz

    2005 – 2006 Wissenschaftlicher Assistent am Lehrstuhl für Tierökologie und Tropenbiologie der Universität Würzburg

    2006 Abschluss der Habilitation „Tropical Amphibian Communities: Taxonomy, Structure and Functionality along Habitat- and Disturbance Gradients“

    2006 – 2007 W2-Professur am Lehrstuhl für Tierökologie und Tropenbiologie der Universität Würzburg

    seit 2007 Kurator für Herpetologie am MfN

  • Tasks

    • Scientist and group leader
    • Curator of herpetology
    • Lecturer (master courses at Humboldt University and Gorongosa Restoration Project, Mozambique)
    • Member "Fachkollegium Zoologie" of the German Science Foundation
    • Editor and editorial board member for various zoological journals


    The main research goal of my working group is to understand species and species community responses to changing environments, such as climate change or logging, unsustainable use of natural resources and disease. My main, but non-exclusive, study organisms are amphibians and reptiles. In order to have a sound baseline for all our ecological and macro-ecological research, I am also researching the faunistics, taxonomy, phylo-biogeography of species, manly those from Africa. We apply a wide array of methods comprising e.g. empirical and experimental lab and field studies, modelling, morphological, anatomical, genetic, bioacoustics and biochemical approaches. The working group comprises bachelor, master and PhD students (and Post-Docs) from around the world; in particular, including people from those (tropical) countries were we conduct our research. Thus we aim at strengthening the research capacity in these countries and to deliver important data, helping to assure the long-term survival of the biodiversity we study.

    Projects (Selection)

    • Long-term project on population dynamics, ecology and behavior of common frogs and fire salamanders in Steigerwald, Bavaria (since 2005)
    • Long-term project on population dynamics of the viviparous Nimba toad and riverine amphibians on Mount Nimba, Guinea (since 2006)
    • Long-term community responses of amphibians to changes in rainforest and savanna habitats (i.e. Tai National Park and Comoé National Park, Ivory Coast; since 1999 and 1992, respectively)
    • Systematics, taxonomy, biogeography and macroecology of African amphibians and reptiles
    • Food-web restoration in an Ecuadorian rainforest (part of DFG-Forschungsgruppe 5207)

    Publications (Selection)

    For a full list of publications see Mark-Oliver Rödel auf Google Schoolar. Most publications are available via Research Gate.

    CHANNING, A. & M.-O. RÖDEL (2019): Field guide to the frogs and other amphibians of Africa. – Struik Nature, Cape Town, 408 pp.

    HEATWOLE, H. & M.-O. RÖDEL (2021, eds.): Status and threats of Afrotropical Amphibians – Sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar, Western Indian Ocean Islands. Amphibian Biology, Volume 11, Part 7 Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians: Eastern Hemisphere. – Frankfurt Contributions to Natural History, Vol. 78, Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt/M., 243 pp.

    KPAN, T.F., R. ERNST & M.-O. RÖDEL (2021): Follow the forest: Slow resilience of West African rainforest frog assemblages after selective logging. – Forest Ecology and Management, 497: 119489

    NIEMEIER, S., J. MÜLLER, U. STRUCK & M.-O. RÖDEL (2020): Superfrogs in the city: 150-year impact of urbanization and agriculture on a common frog. – Global Change Biology, 26: 6729–6741.

    BLACKBURN, D.C., S.V. NIELSEN, M.F. BAREJ, J. DOUMBIA, M. HIRSCHFELD, N.G. KOUAMÉ, D. LAWSON, S. LOADER, C. OFORI-BOATENG, E.L. STANLEY & M.-O. RÖDEL (2020): Evolution of the African slippery frogs (Anura: Conraua), including the world’s largest living frog. – Zoologica Scripta, 49: 684–696.

    KEINATH, S., J. FRISCH, J. MÜLLER, F. MAYER & M.-O. RÖDEL (2020): Spatio-temporal color differences between urban and rural populations of a ground beetle during the last 100 years. – Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Urban Ecology, 7: 525.

    PENNER, J., M. AUGUSTIN & M.-O. RÖDEL (2019): Modelling the spatial baseline for amphibian conservation in West Africa. – Acta Oecologica, 94: 31–40.

    TIETJE, M. & M.-O. RÖDEL (2018): Evaluating the predicted extinction risk of living amphibian species with the fossil record. – Ecology Letters, 21: 1135–1142

    ASAD, S, J.F. ABRAMS, R. GUHARAJAN, P. LAGAN, J. KISSING, J. SIKUI, A. WILTING & M.-O. RÖDEL (2021): Amphibian responses to conventional and reduced impact logging. – Forest Ecology and Management, 484: 118949.

    DITTRICH, C., A. RODRÍGUEZ, O. SEGEV, S. DRAKULIĆ, H. FELDHAAR, M. VENCES & M.-O. RÖDEL (2018): Temporal migration patterns and mating tactics influence size-assortative mating in Rana temporaria. – Behavioral Ecology, 29: 418–428.