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Wehner, Katja ; Schuster, Romina ; Simons, Nadja K. ; Norton, Roy A. ; Blüthgen, Nico ; Heethoff, Michael (2021):
How land-use intensity affects sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites in temperate forests and grasslands in Germany.
In: Experimental & applied acarology, 83 (3), pp. 343-373. ISSN 1572-9702,
DOI: 10.1007/s10493-020-00586-z,
[Article]

Wehner, Katja ; Norton, Roy A. ; Blüthgen, Nico ; Heethoff, Michael (2016):
Specialization of oribatid mites to forest microhabitatsthe enigmatic role of litter.
In: Ecosphere, 7 (3), pp. e01336. ISSN 2150-8925,
[Article]

Illig, J. ; Norton, Roy A. ; Langel, Reinhard ; Scheu, Stefan ; Maraun, Mark (2005):
Where are the decomposers? : Uncovering the soil food web of a tropical montane rain forest in Southern Ecuador using stable isotopes (15N).
In: Journal of tropical ecology, 21, pp. 589-593. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Heethoff, Michael ; Schneider, Katja ; Scheu, Stefan ; Weigmann, Gerd ; Cianciolo, J. ; Thomas, Richard H. ; Norton, Roy A. (2004):
Molecular phylogeny of oribatid mites (Oribatida, Acari) : evidence for multiple radiations of parthenogenetic lineages.
In: Experimental and applied acarology, 33, pp. 183-201. [Article]

Schneider, Katja ; Migge, Sonja ; Norton, Roy A. ; Scheu, Stefan ; Langel, Reinhard ; Reineking, A. ; Maraun, Mark (2004):
Trophic niche differentiation in oribatid mites (Oribatida, Acari) : evidence from stable isotope ratios (15N/14N).
36, In: Soil biology and biochemistry, pp. 1769-1774. [Article]

Maraun, Mark ; Heethoff, Michael ; Scheu, Stefan ; Norton, Roy A. ; Weigmann, Gerd ; Thomas, Richard H. (2003):
Radiation in sexual and parthenogenetic oribatid mites (Oribatida, Acari) as indicated by genetic divergence of closely related species.
In: Experimental and applied acarology, 29, pp. 265-277. [Article]

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