Rose A, Tschapka M, Knörnschild M (2023) Social information facilitates learning about novel food sources in adult flower-visiting bats. Animal Cognition, 26:1635–1642 (pdf)

Cvecko P, Brändel SD, Hiller T, Rose A, Bechler JP, Page RA, Tschapka M (2022) New architecture of leaf-tents in American oil palms (Elaeis oleifera) used by Pacific tent-making bat (Uroderma convexum) in Panama. Mammalia, 86:355-358.

Hörmann D, Tschapka M, Rose A*, Knörnschild M* (2021) Distress calls of nectarivorous bats (Glossophaga soricina) encode individual and species identity. Bioacoustics, 253-271.*Joint senior authors.

Rose A, Tschapka M, Knörnschild M (2020) Visits at artificial RFID flowers demonstrate that juvenile flower-visiting bats perform foraging flights apart from their mothers. Mammalian Biology, 100:463–471 (pdf)

Rose A, Wöhl S, Bechler J, Tschapka M, Knörnschild M (2019) Maternal mouth-to-mouth feeding behaviour in flower-visiting bats, but no experimental evidence for transmitted dietary preferences. Behavioural Processes, 165:29-35

Engler S, Rose A*, Knörnschild M* (2017) Isolation call ontogeny in bat pups (Glossophaga soricina). Behaviour, 154:267-286. *Joint senior authors.

Rose A, Brändel SD, Cvecko P, Engler S, Hiller T, Knörnschild M, Tschapka M (2017) New records of hypopigmentation in two neotropical phyllostomid bat species with different roosting habits (Uroderma bilobatum, Glossophaga soricina). Mammalia, 81:615–619 (pdf)

Rose A, Kolar M, Tschapka M, Knörnschild M (2016) Learning where to feed: The use of social information in flower-visiting Pallas’ long-tongued bats (Glossophaga soricina). Animal Cognition, 19:251-262


conference contributions

Rose A, Tschapka M, Knörnschild M (2019) Flying Solo: Juvenile Flower-visiting Bats Perform First Foraging Flights without their Mother. 18th International Bat Research Conference (18th IBRC), 28 July – 1 August 2019, Phuket, Thailand

Rose A, Knörnschild M (2018) Social learning by following? Testing for communal foraging of mother-pup pairs in a flower-visiting bat species. European Conference on Behavioural Biology, 09 – 12 August 2018, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Rose A, Knörnschild M (2018) Exploring social learning during ontogeny: Do juvenile flower-visiting bats follow their mothers on first foraging flights? Deutsches Treffen für Fledermausforschung, 12 – 14 January 2018, Heidesee, Germany

Rose A, Knörnschild M (2016) Maternal nectar provisioning and its implications for vertical social learning of dietary preferences in a flower-visiting bat. European Conference on Behavioural Biology, 12 – 15 July 2016, Vienna, Austria

Rose A, Knörnschild M (2015) Vertical learning of dietary preferences in flower-visiting Pallas’ Long-tongued Bats. Graduate Meeting: Studying Animal Behaviour in the Field. 17 – 19 September 2015, Grünau im Almtal, Austria

Rose A, Knörnschild M (2014) Social learning facilitates foraging behavior in Pallas’ Long-tongued Bats. European Conference on Behavioural Biology, 17 – 20 July 2014, Praha, Czech Republic

Cvecko P, Rose A, Brändel SD, Hiller T, Tschapka M (2014) Activity pattern and foraging behavior of the tent-making bat (Uroderma bilobatum) in Panama. Conference of the Society for Tropical Ecology (GTÖ), 25 – 28 February 2014, Freising, Germany