Patrick Rohner
Patrick Rohner
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Sexual selection on male size drives the evolution of male‐biased sexual size dimorphism via the prolongation of male development
PT Rohner, WU Blanckenhorn, N Puniamoorthy
Evolution 70 (6), 1189-1199, 2016
352016
Distribution, diversity gradients and Rapoport's elevational rule in the black scavenger flies of the Swiss Alps (Diptera: Sepsidae)
PT Rohner, G Bächli, L Pollini Paltrinieri, P Duelli, MK Obrist, R Jochmann, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 8 (4), 367-376, 2015
252015
The evolution of male‐biased sexual size dimorphism is associated with increased body size plasticity in males
PT Rohner, T Teder, T Esperk, S Lüpold, WU Blanckenhorn
Functional ecology 32 (2), 581-591, 2018
202018
Genetic data confirm the species status of Sepsis nigripes Meigen (Diptera: Sepsidae) and adds one species to the Alpine fauna while questioning the synonymy of Sepsis …
PT Rohner, Y Ang, Z Lei, N Puniamoorthy, WU Blanckenhorn, R Meier
Invertebrate Systematics 28 (5), 555-563, 2014
172014
Is qualitative and quantitative metabarcoding of dung fauna biodiversity feasible?
WU Blanckenhorn, PT Rohner, MV Bernasconi, J Haugstetter, A Buser
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 35 (8), 1970-1977, 2016
152016
Critical weight mediates sex‐specific body size plasticity and sexual dimorphism in the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria (Diptera: Scathophagidae)
PT Rohner, WU Blanckenhorn, MA Schäfer
Evolution & Development 19 (3), 147-156, 2017
112017
Does thermal plasticity align with local adaptation? An interspecific comparison of wing morphology in sepsid flies
PT Rohner, J Roy, MA Schäfer, WU Blanckenhorn, D Berger
Journal of evolutionary biology 32 (5), 463-475, 2019
102019
A comparative study of the role of sex-specific condition dependence in the evolution of sexually dimorphic traits
PT Rohner, WU Blanckenhorn
The American Naturalist 192 (6), E202-E215, 2018
102018
Interrelations of global macroecological patterns in wing and thorax size, sexual size dimorphism, and range size of the Drosophilidae
PT Rohner, S Pitnick, WU Blanckenhorn, RR Snook, G Bächli, S Lüpold
Ecography 41 (10), 1707-1717, 2018
102018
Geographic clines in wing morphology relate to colonization history in New World but not Old World populations of yellow dung flies
MA Schäfer, D Berger, PT Rohner, A Kjaersgaard, SS Bauerfeind, ...
Evolution, 2018
102018
Comparative effects of the parasiticide ivermectin on survival and reproduction of adult sepsid flies
S Conforti, J Dietrich, T Kuhn, N van Koppenhagen, J Baur, PT Rohner, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 163, 215-222, 2018
62018
Largely flat latitudinal life history clines in the dung fly Sepsis fulgens across Europe (Diptera: Sepsidae)
J Roy, WU Blanckenhorn, PT Rohner
Oecologia 187 (3), 851-862, 2018
52018
Faunistic data of Sepsidae (Diptera) from Switzerland and additional countries including the first Swiss record of Meroplius fukuharai (Iwasa, 1984)
PT Rohner, G Bächli
Mitt. Schweiz. Entomol. Ges 89, 237-260, 2016
42016
Notch signaling patterns head horn shape in the bull-headed dung beetle Onthophagus taurus
JR Crabtree, ALM Macagno, AP Moczek, PT Rohner, Y Hu
Development Genes and Evolution, 1-13, 2020
32020
Temporal niche partitioning of Swiss black scavenger flies in relation to season and substrate age (Diptera, Sepsidae)
PT Rohner, JP Haenni, A Giesen, JP Busso, MA Schäfer, ...
Alpine Entomology 3, 1-10, 2019
32019
Intraspecific mating system evolution and its effect on complex male secondary sexual traits: Does male–male competition increase selection on size or shape?
J Baur, J Roy, MA Schäfer, N Puniamoorthy, WU Blanckenhorn, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (3), 297-308, 2020
22020
Exaggerated male forelegs are not more differentiated than wing morphology in two widespread sister species of black scavenger flies
J Baur, A Giesen, PT Rohner, WU Blanckenhorn, MA Schäfer
Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 58 (1), 159-173, 2020
22020
An updated checklist of the Sepsidae (Diptera) of Switzerland, including the first record of Themira superba (Haliday, 1833)
PT Rohner
Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 88, 371-377, 2015
22015
Across the Baltic: a new record for an enigmatic black scavenger fly, Zuskamira inexpectata (Pont, 1987)(Sepsidae) in Finland
Y Ang, PT Rohner, R Meier
Biodiversity data journal, 2015
22015
Evolution of multivariate wing allometry in schizophoran flies (Diptera: Schizophora)
PT Rohner
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (6), 831-841, 2020
12020
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