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Friess, N.; Gossner, M.M.; Weisser, W.W.; Brandl, R.; Brändle, M., 2017:
Habitat availability drives the distribution - abundance relationship in phytophagous true bugs in managed grasslands. Ecology online first, 13 p.

Wende, B.; Gossner, M.M.; Grass, I.; Arnstadt, T.; Hofrichter, M.; Floren, A.; Linsenmair, K.E.; Weisser, W.W.; Steffan-Deventer, I., 2017:
Trophic level, successional age and trait matching determine specialization of deadwood-based interaction networks of saproxylic beetles. Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20170198.

Birkhofer, K.; Gossner, M.M.; Diekötter, T.; Drees, C.; Ferlian, O.; Maraun, M.; Scheu, S.; Weisser, W.W.; Wolters, V.; Wurst, S.; Zaitsev, A.S.; Smith, H.G., 2017:
Land-use type and intensity differentially filter traits in above- and below-ground arthropod communities. J. Anim. ecol. 86, 3: 511-520.

Doerfler, I.; Müller, J.; Gossner, M.M.; Hofner, B.; Weisser, W.W., 2017:
Success of a deadwood enrichment strategy in production forests depends on stand type and management intensity. For. Ecol. Manage. 400: 607-620.

Egorov, E.; Gossner, M.M.; Meyer, S.T.; Weisser, W.W.; Brändle, M., 2017:
Does plant phylogenetic diversity increase invertebrate herbivory in managed grasslands? Basic Appl. Ecol. online first, 11 p.

Simons, N.K.; Lewinsohn, T.; Blüthgen, N.; Buscot, F.; Boch, S.; Daniel, R.; Gossner, M.M.; Jung, K.; Kaiser, K.; Müller, J.; Prati, D.; Renner, S.C.; Socher, S.A.; Sonnemann, I.; Weiner, C.N.; Werner, M.; Wubet, T.; Wurst, S.; Weisser, W.W., 2017:
Contrasting effects of grassland management modes on pecies-abundance distributions of multiple groups. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 237: 143-153.

Schall, P.; Gossner, M.M.; Heinrichs, S.; Fischer, M.; Boch, S.; Prati, D.; Jung, K.; Baumgartner, V.; Blaser, S.; Böhm, S.; Buscont, F.; Daniel, R.; Goldmann, K.; Kaiser, K.; Kahl, T.; Lange, M.; Müller, J.; Overmann, J.; Renner, S.C.; Schulze, E.-D.; Sikorski, J.; Tschapka, M.; Türke, M.; Weisser, W.W.; Wemheuer, B.; Wubet, T.; Ammer, C., 2017:
The impact of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on regional biodiversity of multiple taxa in European beech forests. J. Appl. Ecol. online first, 12 p.

Kahl, T.; Arnstadt, T.; Baber, K.; Bässler, C.; Bauhus, J.; Borken, W.; Buscot, F.; Floren, A.; Heibl, C.; Hessenmöller, D.; Hofrichter, M.; Hoppe, B.; Kellner, H.; Krüger, D.; Linsenmair, K.E.; Matzner, E.; Otto, P.; Purahong, W.; Seilwinder, C.; Schulze, E.-D.; Wende, B.; Weisser, W.W.; Gossner, M.M., 2017:
Wood decay rates of 13 temperate tree species in relation to wood properties, enzyme activities and organismic diversities. For. Ecol. Manage. 391: 86-95.

Nolte, D.; Schuldt, A.; Gossner, M.M.; Ulrich, W.; Assmann, T., 2017:
Functional traits drive ground beetle community structures in Central European forests: implications for conservation. Biol. Conserv. 213: 5-12.

Köhler, G.; Gossner, M.M.; Weisser, W.W., 2016:
Wald-Ohrwurm, Chelidurella guentheri Galvagni, 1993, und Gemeine Eichenschrecke, Meconema thalassinum (De Geer, 1773), im Hainich-Dün-Exploratorium (Insecta: Dermaptera et Orthoptera, Ensifera). Thüringer Faunistische Abhandlungen 21: 81-95.

Chisté, M.N.; Mody, K.; Gossner, M.M.; Simons, N.K.; Köhler, G.; Weisser, W.W.; Blüthgen, N., 2016:
Losers, winners, and opportunists: How grassland land-use intensity affects orthopteran communities. Ecosphere 7, 11: art. no. 01545, 15 p.

Köhler, G.; Gossner, M.M.; Weisser, W.W., 2016:
Das Biodiversitäts-Exploratorium Hainich-Dün und seine Geradflügler (Orthoptera, Dermaptera, Blattoptera) - eine ökofaunistische Übersicht. Vernate 35: 227-250.

Gossner, M.M., 2016:
Introduced tree species in central Europe - consequences for arthropod communities and species interactions. [Chapter 4.5] In: Krumm, F.; Vitková, L. (eds.) Introduced tree species in European forests: opportunities and challenges. Freiburg:, European Forest Institute. 264-282.

Gossner, M.M.; Lewinsohn, T.M.; Kahl, T.; Grassein, F.; Boch, S.; Prati, D.; Birkhofer, K.; Renner, S.C.; Sikorski, J.; Wubet, T.; Arndt, H.; Baumgartner, V.; Blaser, S.; Blüthgen, N.; Börschig, C.; Buscot, F.; Diekötter, T.; Jorge, L.R.; Jung, K.; Keyel, A.C.; Klein, A.-M.; Klemmer, S.; Krauss, J.; Lange, M.; Müller, J.; Overmann, J.; PaÅ¡alic, E.; Penone, C.; Perovic, D.J.; Purschke, O.; Schall, P.; Socher, S.A.; Sonnemann, I.; Tschapka, M.; Tscharntke, T.; Türke, M.; Venter, P.C.; Weiner, C.N.; Werner, M.; Wolters, V.; Wurst, S.; Westphal, C.; Fischer, M.; Weisser, W.W.; Allan, E., 2016:
Land-use intensification causes multitrophic homogenization of grassland communities. Nature 540 7632: 266-269.

2016

Soliveres, S., F. van der Plas, P. Manning, D. Prati, M. M. Gossner, S. C. Renner, F. Alt, H. Arndt, V. Baumgartner, J. Binkenstein, K. Birkhofer, S. Blaser, N. Blüthgen, S. Boch, S. Böhm, C. Börschig, F. Buscot, T. Diekötter, J. Heinze, N. Hölzel, K. Jung, V. H. Klaus, T. Kleinebecker, S. Klemmer, J. Krauss, M. Lange, E. K. Morris, J. Müller, Y. Oelmann, J. Overmann, E. Pašalić, M. C. Rillig, H. M. Schaefer, M. Schloter, B. Schmitt, I. Schöning, M. Schrumpf, J. Sikorski, S. A. Socher, E. F. Solly, I. Sonnemann, E. Sorkau, J. Steckel, I. Steffan-Dewenter, B. Stempfhuber, M. Tschapka, M. Türke, P. C. Venter, C. N. Weiner, W. W. Weisser, M. Werner, C. Westphal, W. Wilcke, V. Wolters, T. Wubet, S. Wurst, M. Fischer, and E. Allan. 2016. Biodiversity at multiple trophic levels is needed for ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature 536:456-459.
Boch, S., E. Allan, K. Birkhofer, O. Bossdorf, N. Blüthgen, S. Christ-Breulmann, T. Diekötter, C. F. Dormann, M. M. Gossner, C. Hallmann, A. Hemp, N. Hölzel, K. Jung, V. H. Klaus, A. M. Klein, T. Kleinebecker, M. Lange, J. Müller, H. Nacke, D. Prati, S. C. Renner, C. Rothenwöhrer, P. Schall, E.-D. Schulze, S. A. Socher, T. Tscharntke, M. Türke, C. N. Weiner, W. W. Weisser, C. Westphal, V. Wolters, T. Wubet, and M. Fischer. 2016. Extensive und jährlich wechselnde Nutzungsintensität fördert den Artenreichtum im Grünland. Anliegen Natur 38:1-10.
Baber, K., P. Otto, T. Kahl, M. M. Gossner, C. Wirth, A. Gminder and C. Bässler. 2016. Disentangling the effects of forest-stand type and dead-wood origin of the early successional stage on the diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi. Forest Ecology and Management 377:161-169.
Blüthgen, N., N. K. Simons, K. Jung, D. Prati, S. C. Renner, S. Boch, M. Fischer, N. Hölzel, V. H. Klaus, T. Kleinebecker, M. Tschapka, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2016. Land use imperils plant and animal community stability through changes in asynchrony rather than diversity. Nature Communications 7:10697 DOI:10.1038/ncomms10697.
Koch, C., T. Conradi, M. M. Gossner, J.-M. Hermann, J. Leidinger, S. T. Meyer, G. E. Overbeck, W. W. Weisser, and J. Kollmann. 2016. Management intensity and temporary conversion to other land-use types affect plant diversity and species composition of subtropical grasslands in southern Brazil. Applied Vegetation Science DOI:10.1111/avsc.12262.
Gossner, M. M., J.-F. Struwe, S. Sturm, S. Max, M. Mccutcheon, W. W. Weisser and S. E. Zytynska. 2016. Searching for the Optimal Sampling Solution: Variation in Invertebrate Communities, Sample Condition and DNA Quality. PLoS ONE 11:e0148247.
Gossner, M. M., B. Wende, S. Levick, P. Schall, A. Floren, K. E. Linsenmair, I. Steffan-Dewenter, E.-D. Schulze and W. W. Weisser. 2016. Deadwood enrichment in European forests – Which tree species should be used to promote saproxylic beetle diversity? Biological Conservation 201:92-102.
Koban, M. B., M. M. Gossner, J. Müller, J. L. M. Steidle, C. Bässler, T. Hothorn, S. B. Unsicker and S. Seibold. 2016. Short-distance attraction of saproxylic Heteroptera to olfactory cues. Insect Conservation and Diversity DOI:10.1111/icad.12161
Petermann, J. S., A. Rohland, N. Sichardt, P. Lade, B. Guidetti, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2016. Forest management intensity affects aquatic communities in artificial tree holes. PLoS ONE 11:e0155549.
Simons, N. K., W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2016. Multi-taxa approach shows consistent shifts in arthropod functional traits along grassland land-use intensity gradient. Ecology 97:754-764.
Soliveres, S., P. Manning, D. Prati, M. M. Gossner, F. Alt, H. Arndt, V. Baumgartner, J. Binkenstein, K. Birkhofer, S. Blaser, N. Blüthgen, S. Boch, S. Böhm, C. Börschig, F. Buscot, T. Diekötter, J. Heinze, N. Hölzel, K. Jung, V. H. Klaus, A.-M. Klein, T. Kleinebecker, S. Klemmer, J. Krauss, M. Lange, E. K. Morris, J. Müller, Y. Oelmann, J. Overmann, E. Pašalic, S. C. Renner, M. C. Rillig, H. M. Schaefer, M. Schloter, B. Schmitt, I. Schöning, M. Schrumpf, J. Sikorski, S. A. Socher, E. F. Solly, I. Sonnemann, E. Sorkau, J. Steckel, I. Steffan-Dewenter, B. Stempfhuber, M. Tschapka, M. Türke, P. Venter, C. N. Weiner, W. W. Weisser, M. Werner, C. Westphal, W. Wilcke, V. Wolters, T. Wubet, S. Wurst, M. Fischer and E. Allan. 2016. Locally rare species influence grassland ecosystem multifunctionality. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 371:20150269.
Müller, J., S. Thorn, R. Baier, K. Sagheb-Talebi, H. V. Barimani, S. Seibold, M. D. Ulyshen and M. M. Gossner. 2016. Protecting the forests while allowing removal of damaged trees may imperil saproxylic insect biodiversity in the Hyrcanian beech forests of Iran. Conservation Letters 9:106-113 DOI:10.1111/conl.12187.

2015

Birkhofer, K., H. G. Smith, W. W. Weisser, V. Wolters and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Land-use effects on the functional distinctness of arthropod communities. Ecography 38:889-900.
Gamez-Virues, S., D. J. Perovic, M. M. Gossner, C. Borschig, N. Bluthgen, H. De Jong, N. K. Simons, A.-M. Klein, J. Krauss, G. Maier, C. Scherber, J. Steckel, C. Rothenwohrer, I. Steffan-Dewenter, C. N. Weiner, W. W. Weisser, M. Werner, T. Tscharntke and C. Westphal. 2015. Landscape simplification filters species traits and drives biotic homogenization. Nature Communications 6:8568-8568.
Gossner, M. M., M. Brändle, R. Brandl, J. Bail, J. Müller and L. Opgenoorth. 2015. Where is the extended phenotype in the wild? The community composition of arthropods on mature oak trees does not depend on the oak genotype. PLoS ONE 10:e0115733.
Gossner, M. M., P. Lade, A. Rohland, N. Sichardt, T. Kahl, J. Bauhus, W. W. Weisser and J. S. Petermann. 2015. Effects of management on aquatic tree-hole communities in temperate forests are mediated by detritus amount and water chemistry. Journal of Animal Ecology 85:213-226 DOI:10.1111/1365-2656.12437.
Gossner, M. M., N. K. Simons, R. Achtziger, T. Blick, W. H. O. Dorow, F. Dziock, F. Köhler, W. Rabitsch and W. W. Weisser. 2015. A summary of eight traits of Coleoptera, Hemiptera, Orthoptera and Araneae, occurring in grasslands in Germany. Scientific Data 2:150013-150013.
Gossner, M. M., N. K. Simons, L. Höck and W. W. Weisser. 2015. Morphometric measures of Heteroptera sampled in grasslands across three regions of Germany. Ecology 96:1154-1154.
Habel, J. C., J. Braun, C. Fischer, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Population restoration of the nocturnal bird Athene noctua in Western Europe: an example of evidence based species conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 24:1743-1753.
Köhler, G., E. Pašalic, M. M. Gossner and U. Baier. 2015. Die Buchenwollschildlaus Cryptococcus fagisuga und ihre ambivalente Rolle in thüringischen Buchenwäldern. Landschaftspflege und Naturschutz in Thüringen 52:104-111.
Köhler, G., E. Pašalic, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Beech forest management does not affect the infestation rate of the beech scale Cryptococcus fagisuga across three regions in Germany. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 17:197-204.
Manning, P., M. M. Gossner, O. Bossdorf, E. Allan, Y.-Y. Zhang, D. Prati, N. Blüthgen, S. Boch, S. Böhm, C. Börschig, N. Hölzel, K. Jung, V. H. Klaus, A. M. Klein, T. Kleinebecker, J. Krauss, M. Lange, J. Müller, E. Pašalic, S. A. Socher, M. Tschapka, M. Türke, C. N. Weiner, M. Werner, S. Gockel, A. Hemp, S. C. Renner, K. Wells, F. Buscot, E. K. V. Kalko, K. E. Linsenmair, W. W. Weisser and M. Fischer. 2015. Grassland management intensification weakens the associations among the diversities of multiple plant and animal taxa. Ecology 96:1492-1501.
Marcus, T., S. Boch, W. Durka, M. Fischer, M. M. Gossner, J. Müller, I. Schöning, W. W. Weisser, C. Drees and T. Assmann. 2015. Living in Heterogeneous Woodlands – Are Habitat Continuity or Quality Drivers of Genetic Variability in a Flightless Ground Beetle? PLoS ONE 10:e0144217.
Müller, J., H. Brustel, A. Brin, H. Bussler, C. Bouget, E. Obermaier, I. M. M. Heidinger, T. Lachat, B. Förster, J. Horak, J. Procházka, F. Köhler, L. Larrieu, U. Bense, G. Isacsson, L. Zapponi and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles. Ecography 38:499-509.
Müller, J., B. Wende, C. Strobl, M. Eugster, I. Gallenberger, A. Floren, I. Steffan-Dewenter, K. E. Linsenmair, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Forest management and regional tree composition drive the host preference of saproxylic beetle communities. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:753-762.
Overbeck, G. E., E. Vélez-Martin, F. R. Scarano, T. M. Lewinsohn, C. R. Fonseca, S. T. Meyer, S. C. Müller, P. Ceotto, L. Dadalt, G. Durigan, G. Ganade, M. M. Gossner, D. L. Guadagnin, K. Lorenzen, C. M. Jacobi, W. W. Weisser and V. D. Pillar. 2015. Conservation in Brazil needs to include non-forest ecosystems. Diversity and Distributions 21:1455-1460.
Schulze, E. D., G. Aas, G. W. Grimm, M. M. Gossner, H. Walentowski, C. Ammer, I. Kühn, O. Bouriaud and K. Von Gadow. 2015. A review on plant diversity and forest management of European beech forests. European Journal of Forest Research 135 (1):1-17.
Seibold, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, M. M. Gossner, S. Thorn, M. D. Ulyshen and J. Müller. 2015. Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity - A review identifying global gaps in knowledge. Biological Conservation 191:139-149.

2014

Allan, E., O. Bossdorf, C. F. Dormann, D. Prati, M. M. Gossner, T. Tscharntke, N. Blüthgen, M. Bellach, K. Birkhofer, S. Boch, S. Böhm, C. Börschig, A. Chatzinotas, S. Christ, R. Daniel, T. Diekötter, C. Fischer, T. Friedl, K. Glaser, C. Hallmann, L. Hodac, N. Hölzel, K. Jung, A. M. Klein, V. H. Klaus, T. Kleinebecker, J. Krauss, M. Lange, E. K. Morris, J. Müller, H. Nacke, E. Pašalic, M. C. Rillig, C. Rothenwöhrer, P. Schall, C. Scherber, W. Schulze, S. A. Socher, J. Steckel, I. Steffan-Dewenter, M. Türke, C. N. Weiner, M. Werner, C. Westphal, V. Wolters, T. Wubet, S. Gockel, M. Gorke, A. Hemp, S. C. Renner, I. Schöning, S. Pfeiffer, B. König-Ries, F. Buscot, K. E. Linsenmair, E.-D. Schulze, W. W. Weisser and M. Fischer. 2014. Interannual variation in land-use intensity enhances grassland multidiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:308-313.
Gossner, M. M., L. Hendrich, S. M. Küchler, and M. J. Raupach. 2014. Barcoding europäischer Wanzen - Möglichkeiten und Grenzen. Heteropteron 41:7-11.
Gossner, M. M., E. Pašalic, M. Lange, P. Lange, S. Boch, D. Hessenmöller, J. Müller, S. A. Socher, M. Fischer, E.-D. Schulze and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Differential responses of herbivores and herbivory to management in temperate European Beech. PLoS ONE 9:e104876.
Gossner, M. M., P. Schall, C. Ammer, U. Ammer, K. Engel, H. Schubert, U. Simon, H. Utschick and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Forest management intensity measures as alternative to stand properties for quantifying effects on biodiversity. Ecosphere 5:113 DOI:10.1890/es14-00177.1.
Gossner, M. M., W. W. Weisser, J. Gershenzon and S. B. Unsicker. 2014. Insect attraction to herbivore-induced beech volatiles under different forest management regimes. Oecologia 176:569-580.
Gossner, M. M., W. W. Weisser, and S. T. Meyer. 2014. Invertebrate herbivory decreases along a gradient of increasing land-use intensity in German grasslands. Basic and Applied Ecology 15:347-352.
Gossner, M. M., C. R. Fonseca, E. Pašalic, M. Türke, M. Lange, and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Limitations to the use of arthropods as temperate forests indicators. Biodiversity and Conservation 23:945–962.
Lange, M., M. Türke, E. Pašalic, S. Boch, D. Hessenmöller, J. Müller, D. Prati, S. A. Socher, M. Fischer, W. W. Weisser and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Effects of forest management on ground-dwelling beetles (Coleoptera; Carabidae, Staphylinidae) in Central Europe are mainly mediated by changes in forest structure. Forest Ecology and Management 329:166-176.
Parmain, G., C. Bouget, J. Müller, J. Horak, M. M. Gossner, T. Lachat and G. Isacsson. 2014. Can rove beetles (Staphylinidae) be excluded in studies focusing on saproxylic beetles in central European beech forests? Bulletin of Entomological Research 105:101–109 DOI:10.1017/S0007485314000741.
Rabitsch, W., J. Brandner, C. Damken, W. H. O. Dorow, F. Faraci, P. Göricke, M. M. Gossner, V. Hartung, E. Heiss, H.-J. Hoffmann, B. Klausnitzer, W. Kleinsteuber, R. Korn, T. Kothe, K. Liebenow, C. Morkel, M. Münch, D. Münch, C. Rieger, U. Rieger, S. Rietschel, S. Roth, H. Simon, G. Strauss, K. Voigt and T. Frieß. 2014. Wanzenfunde anlässlich des 39. Treffens der „Arbeitsgruppe Mitteleuropäischer Heteropterologen“ in Admont, Nationalpark Gesäuse (15.-18.8.2013). Joannea Zoologie 13:129-145.
Raupach, M. J. and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Barcoding the true bugs of Germany. Barcode Bulletin 5:12-13.
Raupach, M. J., L. Hendrich, S. M. Küchler, F. Deister, J. Morinière and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Building-up of a DNA barcode library for true bugs (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of Germany reveals taxonomic uncertainties and surprises. PLoS ONE 9:e106940.
Renner, S. C., M. M. Gossner, M. Fischer, T. Kahl, W. W. Weisser and E. Allan. 2014. Temporal changes in randomness of bird communities across Central Europe. PLoS ONE 9:e112347.
Schulze, E. D., L. Bouriaud, H. Bussler, M. M. Gossner, H. Walentowski, D. Hessenmöller, O. Bouriaud, and K. v. Gadow. 2014. Opinion Paper: Forest management and biodiversity. Web Ecol. 14:3-10.
Seibold, S., C. Bässler, P. Baldrian, S. Thorn, J. Müller, and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Wood resource and not fungi attract early-successional saproxylic species of Heteroptera – an experimental approach. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7:533-542.
Simons, N. K., M. M. Gossner, T. M. Lewinsohn, S. Boch, M. Lange, J. Müller, E. Pašalic, S. A. Socher, M. Türke, M. Fischer, and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Resource-Mediated Indirect Effects of Grassland Management on Arthropod Diversity. PLoS ONE 9:e107033.
Simons, N. K., M. M. Gossner, T. M. Lewinsohn, M. Lange, M. Türke, and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Effects of land-use intensity on arthropod species abundance distributions in grasslands. Journal of Animal Ecology 84:143-154.
Walentowski, H., S. Müller-Kroehling, E. Bergmeier, M. Bernhardt-Römermann, M. M. Gossner, A. Reif, E.-D. Schulze, H. Bußler, C. Strätz, and W. Adelmann. 2014. Fagus sylvatica forests and their faunal diversity: A regional and European perspective. Annals of Forest Research 57 (2):215-223 DOI:10.15287/afr.2014-172.
Wiesner, K. R., J. C. Habel, M. M. Gossner, H. D. Loxdale, G. Köhler, A. R. R. Schneider, R. Tiedemann and W. W. Weisser. 2014. Effects of habitat structure and land-use intensity on the genetic structure of the grasshopper species Chorthippus parallelus. Proceedings of the Royal Society Open Science 1 (2):140133 DOI:10.1098/rsos.140133.

2013

Adaschkiewitz, W. and M. M. Gossner. 2013. Einige Arten aus den Familien Anthomyiidae, Calliphoridae, Dolichopodidae, Drosophilidae, Muscidae und Phoridae (Diptera) neu für Deutschland. Studia dipterologica 20:214-218.
Gossner, M. M. 2013. Die Bedeutung von großskaligen Biodiversitätsstudien an Arthropoden am Beispiel der Biodiversitätsexploratorien. Entomologie heute 25:31-46.
Gossner, M. M. 2013. Daly and Doyen's Introduction to Insect Biology and Diversity. 3rd ed.—James B. Whitfield and Alexander H. Purcell III. Systematic Biology 62:499-500.
Gossner, M. M., A. Floren, W. W. Weisser, and K. E. Linsenmair. 2013. Effect of dead wood enrichment in the canopy and on the forest floor on beetle guild composition. Forest Ecology and Management 302:404-413.
Gossner, M. M., S. Getzin, M. Lange, E. Pašalic, M. Türke, K. Wiegand, and W. W. Weisser. 2013. The importance of heterogeneity revisited from a multiscale and multitaxa approach. Biological Conservation 166:212-220.
Gossner, M. M., T. Lachat, J. Brunet, G. Isacsson, C. Bouget, H. Brustel, R. Brandl, W. W. Weisser, and J. Müller. 2013. Current Near-to-Nature Forest Management Effects on Functional Trait Composition of Saproxylic Beetles in Beech Forests. Conservation Biology 27:605-614.
Habel, J. C., M. M. Gossner, S. T. Meyer, H. Eggermont, L. Lens, J. Dengler, and W. W. Weisser. 2013. Mind the gaps when using science to address conservation concerns. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:2413-2427.
Heckmann, R., M. Münch, and M. M. Gossner. 2013. Erste Belege von Elatophilus stigmatellus (ZETTERSTEDT, 1838) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) aus Baden-Württemberg. Heteropteron 39:20-22.
Homburg, K., C. Drees, M. M. Gossner, L. Rakosy, A. Vrezec, and T. Assmann. 2013. Multiple Glacial Refugia of the Low-Dispersal Ground Beetle Carabus irregularis: Molecular Data Support Predictions of Species Distribution Models. PLoS ONE 8:e61185.
Klaus, V. H., T. Kleinebecker, D. Prati, M. M. Gossner, F. Alt, S. Boch, S. Gockel, A. Hemp, M. Lange, J. Müller, Y. Oelmann, E. Pašalic, S. C. Renner, S. A. Socher, M. Türke, W. W. Weisser, M. Fischer, and N. Hölzel. 2013. Does organic grassland farming benefit plant and arthropod diversity at the expense of yield and soil fertility? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 177:1-9.
Müller, J., A. Jarzabek-Müller, H. Bussler and M. M. Gossner. 2013. Hollow beech trees identified as keystone structures for saproxylic beetles by analyses of functional and phylogenetic diversity. Animal Conservation 17:154-162.

2012

Lachat, T., B. Wermelinger, M. M. Gossner, H. Bussler, G. Isacsson, and J. Müller. 2012. Saproxylic beetles as indicator species for dead-wood amount and temperature in European beech forests. Ecological Indicators 23:323-331.
Müller, J., J. Brunet, A. Brin, C. Bouget, H. Brustel, H. Bussler, B. Förster, I. Gunnar, F. Köhler, L. Thibault, and M. M. Gossner. 2012. Implications from large-scale spatial diversity patterns of saproxylic beetles for the conservation of European Beech forests. Insect Conservation and Diversity 6:162-169.
Türke, M., K. Andreas, M. M. Gossner, E. Kowalski, M. Lange, S. Boch, S. Socher, J. Müller, D. Prati, M. Fischer, R. Meyhöfer, and W. W. Weisser. 2012. Are gastropods, rather than ants, important seed dispersers of myrmecochorous forest herbs? American Naturalist 179:124-131.

2011

Gossner, M. M. 2011. From hunting for new species to studying ecosystem processes - advances in entomological canopy research. Entomologica Austriaca 18:87-103.
Gossner, M. M. and J. Muller. 2011. The influence of species traits and q-metrics on scale-specific beta-diversity components of arthropod communities of temperate forests. Landscape Ecology 26:411-424.
Kowalski, E., M. M. Gossner, M. Türke, M. Lange, D. Veddeler, D. Hessenmöller, E.-D. Schulze, and W. W. Weisser. 2011. The use of forest inventory data for placing flight-interception traps in the forest canopy. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 140:35-44.
Lange, M., M. M. Gossner, and W. W. Weisser. 2011. Effect of pitfall trap type and diameter on vertebrate by-catches and ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spider (Araneae) sampling. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2:185-190.
Lange, M., W. W. Weisser, M. M. Gossner, E. Kowalski, M. Türke, F. Joner, and C. Fonseca. 2011. The impact of forest management on litter-dwelling invertebrates: a subtropical–temperate contrast. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:2133-2147.

2010

Müller, J. and M. M. Gossner. 2010. Three-dimensional partitioning of diversity informs state-wide strategies for the conservation of saproxylic beetles. Biological Conservation 143:625-633.
Röder, J., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, L. Dvorak, A. Floren, M. M. Gossner, A. Gruppe, A. Jarzabek-Muller, O. Vojtech, C. Wagner, and J. Müller. 2010. Arthropod species richness in the Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) canopy along an elevation gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 259:1513-1521.
Stoeckle, B. C., K. Dworschak, M. M. Gossner, and R. Kuehn. 2010. Influence of arthropod sampling solutions on insect genotyping reliability. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 135:217-223.
Türke, M., E. Heinze, K. Andreas, S. M. Svendsen, M. M. Gossner, and W. W. Weisser. 2010. Seed consumption and dispersal of ant-dispersed plants by slugs. Oecologia 163:681-693.
Vialatte, A., R. I. Bailey, C. Vasseur, A. Matocq, M. M. Gossner, D. Everhart, X. Vitrac, A. Belhadj, A. Ernoult, and A. Prinzing. 2010. Phylogenetic isolation of host trees affects assembly of local Heteroptera communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 277:2227-2236.

2009

Gossner, M. M. 2009. Light intensity affects spatial distribution of Heteroptera in deciduous forests. European Journal of Entomology 106:241-252.
Gossner, M. M., A. Chao, R. I. Bailey, and A. Prinzing. 2009. Native Fauna on Exotic Trees: Phylogenetic Conservatism and Geographic Contingency in Two Lineages of Phytophages on Two Lineages of Trees. American Naturalist 173:599-614.
Sobek, S., M. M. Gossner, C. Scherber, I. Steffan-Dewenter, and T. Tscharntke. 2009. Tree diversity drives abundance and spatiotemporal beta-diversity of true bugs (Heteroptera). Ecological Entomology 34:772-782.

2008

Gossner, M., K. Engel, and B. Jessel. 2008. Plant and arthropod communities in young oak stands: are they determined by site history? Biodiversity and Conservation 17:3165-3180.
Müller, J., H. Bussler, M. Gossner, T. Rettelbach, and P. Duelli. 2008. The European spruce bark beetle Ips typographus in a national park: from pest to keystone species. Biodiversity and Conservation 17:2979-3001.

2007

Gossner, M., A. Liston, and J. Spaeth. 2007. Sawflies in the crowns of native and exotic trees, sampled with flight-interception traps in southern Germany (Hymenoptera: Symphyta). Entomologia Generalis 30:273-282.
Gossner, M., M. Preis and I. Altmann. 2007. Neue Funde von Actinonotus pulcher (HERRICH-SCHÄFFER, 1835) aus dem Bayerischen Wald (Heteroptera: Miridae). NachrBl. bayer. Ent. 56:30-42.
Müller, J., H. Bußler, M. Gossner, A. Gruppe, A. Jarzabek-Müller, M. Preis and T. Rettelbach. 2007. Forest edges in the mixed-montane zone of the Bavarian Forest National Park – hot spots of biodiversity. Silva Gabreta 13:121–148.
Müller, J. and M. Gossner. 2007. Single host trees in a closed forest canopy matrix: a highly fragmented landscape? Journal of Applied Entomology 131:613-620.

2006

Gossner, M. and U. Ammer. 2006. The effects of Douglas-fir on tree-specific arthropod communities in mixed species stands with European beech and Norway spruce. European Journal of Forest Research 125:221-235.
Gossner, M., K. Engel, and U. Ammer. 2006. Effects of selection felling and gap felling on forest arthropod communities: a case study in a spruce-beech stand of southern Bavaria. European Journal of Forest Research 125:345-360.

2005

Gossner, M., A. Gruppe, and U. Simon. 2005. Aphidophagous insect communities in tree crowns of the neophyte Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco] and Norway spruce (Picea abies L.). Journal of Applied Entomology 129:81-88.
Gossner, M. M. 2005. The importance of Silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) in comparison to spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) and oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.) for arboreal Heteroptera communities in Bavarian forests. waldoekologie online 2:90-105.

Buchkapitel

2011

Gossner, M. M. 2011. Wanzen (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). In: Nationalparkverwaltung Bayerischer Wald (ed.): Biologische Vielfalt im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald. Grafenau, pp. 135-140.

2008

Ammer, U., M. Gossner, A. Gruppe, and U. Simon. 2008. Integrating tree crown science with the development of 'near-to-nature' forest management practices: Examples from Bavaria. Pages 531-549 in A. Floren and J. Schmidl, editors. Canopy Arthropod Research in Central Europe - basic and applied studies from the high frontier. bioform entomology, Nürnberg.
Gossner, M. 2008. Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) communities in tree crowns of beech, oak and spruce in managed forests: Diversity, seasonality, guild structure, and tree specificity. Pages 119-143 in A. Floren and J. Schmidl, editors. Canopy Arthropod Research in Central Europe - basic and applied studies from the high frontier. bioform entomology, Nürnberg.
Gossner, M. 2008. Introduced tree species as an anthropogenic disturbance of arthropod communities in tree crowns of managed forests - a case study of native Heteroptera communities on introduced red oak (Quercus rubra L.). Pages 409-425 in A. Floren and J. Schmidl, editors. Canopy Arthropod Research in Central Europe - basic and applied studies from the high frontier. bioform entomology, Nürnberg.
Gruppe, A., M. Gossner, K. Engel, and U. Simon. 2008. Vertical and horizontal distribution of arthropods in temperate forests. Pages 383-405 in A. Floren and J. Schmidl, editors. Canopy Arthropod Research in Central Europe - basic and applied studies from the high frontier. bioform entomology, Nürnberg.

2003

Häberle, K.-H., I. M. Reiter, A. J. Nunn, A. Gruppe, U. Simon, M. Gossner, H. Werner, M. Leuchner, C. Heerdt, P. Fabian, and R. Matyssek. 2003. KROCO, Freising, Germany. Pages 71-78 in Y. Basset, V. Horlyck, and J. Wright, editors. Studying Forest Canopies from Above: The International Canopy Crane Network. Smithonian Tropical Research Institute (Panama).
Simon, U., M. Gossner, and K. E. Linsenmair. 2003. Distribution of ants and bark-beetles in crowns of tropical oaks. Pages 59-68 in Y. Basset, V. Novotny, S. E. Miller, and R. L. Kitching, editors. Arthropods of tropical forests: spatio temporal dynamics and resource use in the canopy. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

 

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