Ahana Aurora Fernandez
Ahana Aurora Fernandez
Postdoc at the Museum of Natural History Berlin, Germany
Verified email at mfn.berlin
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When bats are boxing: aggressive behaviour and communication in male Seba's short-tailed fruit bat
AA Fernandez, N Fasel, M Knörnschild, H Richner
Animal behaviour 98, 149-156, 2014
Animated images as a tool to study visual communication: a case study in a cooperatively breeding cichlid
S Fischer, B Taborsky, R Burlaud, AA Fernandez, S Hess, E Oberhummer, ...
Behaviour 151 (12-13), 1921-1942, 2014
Alternative reproductive tactics, sperm mobility and oxidative stress in Carollia perspicillata (Seba’s short-tailed bat)
NJ Fasel, C Wesseling, AA Fernandez, A Vallat, G Glauser, F Helfenstein, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71 (1), 11, 2017
Isolation calls of the bat Saccopteryx bilineata encode multiple messages
AA Fernandez, M Knörnschild
Animal Behavior and Cognition 4, 169-186, 2017
Sexually selected vocalizations of Neotropical bats
M Knörnschild, M Eckenweber, AA Fernandez, M Nagy
Sociality in bats, 179-195, 2016
Vocal information and the navigation of social decisions in bats: Is social complexity linked to vocal complexity?
M Knörnschild, AA Fernandez, M Nagy
Functional Ecology 34 (2), 322-331, 2020
Pup Directed Vocalizations of Adult Females and Males in a Vocal Learning Bat
AA Fernandez, M Knörnschild
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 265, 2020
Do bats have the necessary prerequisites for symbolic communication?
M Knörnschild, AA Fernandez
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 2020
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