Ökologische Station Fabrikschleichach

Dr. Christian von Hoermann

Dr. Christian von Hoermann

University of Würzburg
Field Station Fabrikschleichach
Glashüttenstraße 5
96181 Rauhenebrach
Telefon: +49 931 31 87548

  • Kadaverökologie

  • Nekrophage Coleoptera

  • Nekromasse & Nekrobiom

  • Forensische Chemoökologie

  • Forensische Entomologie

2024[ to top ]
  • Season, decay stage, habitat, temperature and carrion beetles allow estimating the post‐mortem interval of wild boar carcasses. Müller, Jörg; Rietz, Janine; von Hoermann, Christian; Conraths, Franz J.; Benbow, M. Eric; Mitesser, Oliver; Schlüter, Jens; Lackner, Tomáš; Reckel, Frank; Heurich, Marco. In Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 5(1). Wiley, 2024.
2023[ to top ]
  • Factors influencing carrion communities are only partially consistent with those of deadwood necromass. von Hoermann, Christian; Benbow, M. Eric; Rottler-Hoermann, Ann-Marie; Lackner, Tomás; Sommer, David; Receveur, Joseph P.; Bässler, Claus; Heurich, Marco; Müller, Jörg. In Oecologia. Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}, 2023.
  • Drone-based thermal imaging in the detection of wildlife carcasses and disease management. Rietz, Janine; van Beeck Calkoen, Suzanne T. S.; Ferry, Nicolas; Schlüter, Jens; Wehner, Helena; Schindlatz, Karl-Heinz; Lackner, Tomas; von Hoermann, Christian; Conraths, Franz J.; Müller, Jörg; Heurich, Marco. In Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2023, p. 12. 2023.
2022[ to top ]
  • Dung-visiting beetle diversity is mainly affected by land use, while community specialization is driven by climate. Englmeier, Jana; von Hoermann, Christian; Rieker, Daniel; Benbow, Marc Eric; Benjamin, Caryl; Fricke, Ute; Ganuza, Cristina; Haensel, Maria; Lackner, Tom{\’{a}}{\v{s}}; Mitesser, Oliver; Redlich, Sarah; Riebl, Rebekka; Rojas-Botero, Sandra; Rummler, Thomas; Salamon, Jörg-Alfred; Sommer, David; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Tobisch, Cynthia; Uhler, Johannes; Uphus, Lars; Zhang, Jie; Müller, Jörg. In Ecology and Evolution, 12(10). Wiley, 2022.
  • Light and Malaise traps tell different stories about the spatial variations in arthropod biomass and method-specific insect abundance. Busse, Annika; Bässler, Claus; Brandl, Roland; Friess, Nicolas; Hacker, Hermann; Heidrich, Lea; Hilmers, Torben; Merkel-Wallner, Gisela; Schmid-Egger, Christian; Seifert, Linda; Müller, Jörg. In Insect Conservation and Diversity. Wiley, 2022.
  • Diverse effects of climate, land use, and insects on dung and carrion decomposition. Englmeier, Jana; Mitesser, Oliver; Benbow, M. Eric; Hothorn, Torsten; von Hoermann, Christian; Benjamin, Caryl; Fricke, Ute; Ganuza, Cristina; Haensel, Maria; Redlich, Sarah; Riebl, Rebekka; Botero, Sandra Rojas; Rummler, Thomas; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Stengel, Elisa; Tobisch, Cynthia; Uhler, Johannes; Uphus, Lars; Zhang, Jie; Müller, Jörg. In Ecosystems. Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}, 2022.
2020[ to top ]
  • Carcass provisioning for scavenger conservation in a temperate forest ecosystem. Stiegler, Jonas; von Hoermann, Christian; Müller, Jörg; Benbow, M. Eric; Heurich, Marco. In Ecosphere, 11(4). 2020.
2015[ to top ]
  • Guild-specific responses of forest Lepidoptera highlight conservation-oriented forest management - Implications from conifer-dominated forests. Thorn, Simon; Hacker, Hermann H.; Seibold, Sebastian; Jehl, Hans; Bässler, Claus; Müller, Jörg. In Forest Ecology and Management, 337, pp. 41–47. Elsevier {BV}, 2015.
2011[ to top ]
  • The Predictability of Phytophagous Insect Communities: Host Specialists as Habitat Specialists. Müller, Jörg; Stadler, Jutta; Jarzabek-Müller, Andrea; Hacker, Hermann; ter Braak, Cajo; Brandl, Roland. In PLOS ONE, 6(10), pp. 1–10. Public Library of Science, 2011.