Alexander Cerwenka

Publications

By Dr. Alexander Cerwenka

Cerwenka, A. F., Wedekind, J. D., Hadiaty, R. K., Schliewen, U. K., & Herder, F. (2012). Alternative egg-feeding tactics in Telmatherina sarasinorum, a trophic specialist of Lake Matano’s evolving sailfin silversides fish radiation. Hydrobiologia, 693(1), 131-139.

Haertl, M., Cerwenka, A. F., Brandner, J., Borcherding, J., Geist, J., & Schliewen, U. K. (2012). First record of Babka gymnotrachelus (Kessler, 1857) from Germany. Spixiana, 35(1), 155-159.

Brandner, J., Cerwenka, A. F., Schliewen, U. K., & Geist, J. (2013). Bigger is better: characteristics of round gobies forming an invasion front in the Danube River. PLoS One, 8(9), e73036.

Brandner, J., Auerswald, K., Cerwenka, A. F., Schliewen, U. K., & Geist, J. (2013). Comparative feeding ecology of invasive Ponto-Caspian gobies. Hydrobiologia, 703(1), 113-131.

Lindner, K., Cerwenka, A. F., Brandner, J., Gertzen, S., Borcherding, J., Geist, J., & Schliewen, U. K. (2013). First evidence for interspecific hybridization between invasive goby species Neogobius fluviatilis and Neogobius melanostomus (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Benthophilinae). Journal of fish biology, 82(6), 2128-2134.

Brandner, J., Pander, J., Mueller, M., Cerwenka, A. F., & Geist, J. (2013). Effects of sampling techniques on population assessment of invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus. Journal of Fish Biology, 82(6), 2063-2079.

Cerwenka, A. F., Alibert, P., Brandner, J., Geist, J., & Schliewen, U. K. (2014). Phenotypic differentiation of Ponto-Caspian gobies during a contemporary invasion of the upper Danube River. Hydrobiologia, 721(1), 269-284.

Cerwenka, A. F., Brandner, J., Geist, J., & Schliewen, U. K. (2014). Strong versus weak population genetic differentiation after a recent invasion of gobiid fishes (Neogobius melanostomus and Ponticola kessleri) in the upper Danube. Aquatic Invasions, 9(1), 71-86.

Brandner, J., Auerswald, K., Schäufele, R., Cerwenka, A. F., & Geist, J. (2015). Isotope evidence for preferential dispersal of fast-spreading invasive gobies along man-made river bank structures. Isotopes in environmental and health studies, 51(1), 80-92.

Beggel, S., Cerwenka, A. F., Brandner, J., & Geist, J. (2015). Shell morphological versus genetic identification of quagga mussel (Dreissena bugensis) and zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha). Aquatic Invasions, 10(1), 93-99.

Beggel, S., Brandner, J., Cerwenka, A. F., & Geist, J. (2016). Synergistic impacts by an invasive amphipod and an invasive fish explain native gammarid extinction. BMC ecology, 16(1), 32.

Belle, C. C., Stoeckle, B. C., Cerwenka, A. F., Kuehn, R., Mueller, M., Pander, J., & Geist, J. (2017). Genetic species identification in weatherfish and first molecular confirmation of Oriental Weatherfish Misgurnus anguillicaudatus (Cantor, 1842) in Central Europe. Knowledge & Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, (418), 31.

Cerwenka, A. F., Pagnotta, A., Böker, C., Brandner, J., Geist, J., & Schliewen, U. K. (2017). Little association of biological trait values with environmental variables in invasive alien round goby (Neogobius melanostomus). Ecology and evolution, 7(12), 4076-4085.

Stoeckle, B. C., Beggel, S., Cerwenka, A. F., Motivans, E., Kuehn, R., & Geist, J. (2017). A systematic approach to evaluate the influence of environmental conditions on eDNA detection success in aquatic ecosystems. PloS one, 12(12), e0189119.

Brandner, J., Cerwenka, A. F., Schliewen, U. K., & Geist, J. (2018).Invasion strategies in round goby (Neogobius melanostomus): Is bigger really better?. PloS one, 13(1), e0190777.