Martin Streinzer
Martin Streinzer
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Vienna
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Bigger is better: implications of body size for flight ability under different light conditions and the evolution of alloethism in bumblebees
A Kapustjanskij, M Streinzer, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
Functional Ecology 21 (6), 1130-1136, 2007
Floral colour signal increases short-range detectability of a sexually deceptive orchid to its bee pollinator
M Streinzer, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (9), 1365-1370, 2009
Sex and caste-specific variation in compound eye morphology of five honeybee species
M Streinzer, A Brockmann, N Nagaraja, J Spaethe
PLoS One 8 (2), e57702, 2013
Integrating past and present studies on Ophrys pollination–a comment on Bradshaw et al.
NJ Vereecken, M Streinzer, M Ayasse, J Spaethe, HF Paulus, J Stoekl, ...
Botanical journal of the Linnean Society 165 (4), 329-335, 2011
Body size limits dim-light foraging activity in stingless bees (Apidae: Meliponini)
M Streinzer, W Huber, J Spaethe
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (9-10), 643-655, 2016
Sexual dimorphism in the olfactory system of a solitary and a eusocial bee species
M Streinzer, C Kelber, S Pfabigan, CJ Kleineidam, J Spaethe
Journal of Comparative Neurology 521 (12), 2742-2755, 2013
Behavioural evidence of colour vision in free flying stingless bees
J Spaethe, M Streinzer, J Eckert, S May, AG Dyer
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200 (6), 485-496, 2014
Functional morphology of the visual system and mating strategies in bumblebees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus)
M Streinzer, J Spaethe
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 170 (4), 735-747, 2014
Flower detection and acuity of the Australian native stingless bee Tetragonula carbonaria
AG Dyer, M Streinzer, J Garcia
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (9-10), 629-639, 2016
Does Traunsteinera globosa (the globe orchid) dupe its pollinators through generalized food deception or mimicry?
J Jersáková, J Spaethe, M Streinzer, J Neumayer, H Paulus, S Dötterl, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 180 (2), 269-294, 2016
Visual discrimination between two sexually deceptive Ophrys species by a bee pollinator
M Streinzer, T Ellis, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 4, 141-148, 2010
Floral visual signal increases reproductive success in a sexually deceptive orchid
D Rakosy, M Streinzer, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6, 671-681, 2012
Color preference and spatial distribution of glaphyrid beetles suggest a key role in the maintenance of the color polymorphism in the peacock anemone (Anemone pavonina …
M Streinzer, N Roth, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205 (5), 735-743, 2019
Why sexually deceptive orchids have colored flowers
J Spaethe, M Streinzer, HF Paulus
Communicative & integrative biology 3 (2), 139-141, 2010
Species composition and elevational distribution of bumble bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus Latreille) in the East Himalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, India
M Streinzer, J Chakravorty, J Neumayer, K Megu, J Narah, T Schmitt, ...
ZooKeys 851, 71-89, 2019
Reverse Engineering Animal Vision with Virtual Reality and Genetics
JR Stowers, A Fuhrmann, M Hofbauer, M Streinzer, A Schmid, ...
Computer 47 (7), 38-45, 2014
Functional Significance of Labellum Pattern Variation in a Sexually Deceptive Orchid (Ophrys heldreichii): Evidence of Individual Signature Learning Effects.
K Stejskal, M Streinzer, A Dyer, HF Paulus, J Spaethe
PloS one 10 (11), e0142971, 2015
Erstnachweis von Bombus semenoviellus SKORIKOV, 1910 (Hymenoptera, Apidae) für Österreich
Entomofauna 31 (16), 265-268, 2010
Flower Color as Predictor for Nectar Reward Quantity in an Alpine Flower Community
M Streinzer, J Neumayer, J Spaethe
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 721241, 2021
A scientific note on peripheral compound eye morphology of small and normal-sized honey bee drones
M Streinzer, J Spaethe
Journal of Apicultural Research 54 (1), 59-61, 2015
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