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.