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2015

  • K. HÜLBER, J.A. HAIDER, T.E. HAGER, S. DULLINGER & FIEDLER (2015), Insect herbivory in alpine grasslands is constrained by community and host traits, Journal of Vegetation Science; doi: 10.1111/jvs.12265 Link to article
  • C.L. SEIFERT, L. LEHNER, M-O. ADAMS & K. FIEDLER (2015), Predation on artificial caterpillars is higher in countryside than near-natural forest habitat in lowland south-western Costa Rica, Journal of Tropical Ecology, pp 1-4,DOI 10.1017/S0266467415000012 Link to article
  • A. ZÖCHLING & K. FIEDLER (2015), Einfluss der Nutzungsintensität von Almen auf Tagfalter-Gemeinschaften (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea) im Nationalpark Gesäuse (Österreich), Entomologica Austriaca: Zeitschrift der Österreichischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft. 22, pp. 1-20;

2014

  • D. POLIC, K. FIEDLER, C. NELL & A. GRILL (2014), Mobility of ringlet butterflies in high-elevation alpine grassland: Effects of habitat barriers, resources and age, Journal of Insect Conservation 18, 6, pp. 1153-1161; DOI: 10.1007/s10841-014-9726-5 Link to article
  • A. KREUZINGER, K. FIEDLER, H. LETSCH & A. GRILL (2014), Tracing the radiation of Maniola (Nymphalidae) butterflies: new insights from phylogeography hint at one single incompletely differentiated species complex, Ecology and Evolution. 18, pp. 1153-1161; DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1338 Link to article
  • E. HAELER, K. FIEDLER, A. GRILL (2014), What Prolongs a Butterfly's Life?: Trade-Offs between Dormancy, Fecundity and Body Size, PLoS ONE 9(11): e111955. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111955 Link to article
  • I. MILAKOVIC, K. FIEDLER, G. KARRER (2014), Fine-tuning of a mowing regime, a method for the management of the invasive plant, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, at different population densities, Weed Biology and Management; DOI: 10.1111/wbm.12051 Link to article
  • E. CARNEIRO, O.H.H. MIELKE, M. MARTINS CASAGRANDE, K. FIEDLER (2014), Community Structure of Skipper Butterflies (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae) along Elevational Gradients in Brazilian Atlantic Forest Reflects Vegetation Type Rather than Altitude , PLOS One, Volume 9, Issue 10, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0108207; Link to article
  • I. MILAKOVIC, K. FIEDLER, G. KARRER (2014), Management of roadside populations of invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia by mowing, Weed Research, Volume 54, Pp. 256-264; DOI: 10.1111/wre.12074; Link to article
  • E. CARNEIRO, O.H.H. MIELKE, M.M. CASAGRANDE, K. FIEDLER (2014), Skipper Richness (Hesperiidae) Along Elevational Gradients in Brazilian Atlantic Forest, Neotropical Entomology, Volume 43, Issue 1, Pp. 27-38 Link to article

2013

  • K. FIEDLER (2013), Die Nachtfalterfauna im Gebiet des tropischen Bergregenwaldes in Ecuador – der Einfluss des Menschen, Pp. 85-96 in: Rundgespräche der Kommission für Ökologie, Bd. 42 »Schutz und Nutzung von Tropenwäldern«; ISSN 0938-5851 – ISBN 978-3-89937-156-7 Download article

  • K. FIEDLER, P. STRUTZENBERGER (2013), Past Dynamics of Speciation in Andean Mountain Rainforsts, Pp. 67-79 in: Bendix, J., Beck. E., Bräuning, A., Makeschin, F., Mosandl, R., Scheu, S. & Wilcke, W. (eds.), Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of South Ecuador. Ecol. Studies 221, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-38137-9_6. Link to article

  • BREHM, G., STRUTZENBERGER, P., & FIEDLER, K. (2013): Phylogenetic diversity of geometrid moths decreases with elevation in the tropical Andes. Ecography 36. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00030.x Link to article

  • A. GRILL, A. CERNY, K. FIEDLER, (2013) Hot summers, long life: egg laying strategies of Maniola butterflies are affected by geographic provenance rather than adult diet. Contributions to Zoology, 82 (1) 27-36 . Link to article

2012

  • HASCHEK, C., DRAPELA, T., SCHULLER, N., FIEDLER, K., & FRANK, T. (2012): Carabid beetle condition, reproduction and density in winter oilseed rape affected by field and landscape parameters. Journal of Applied Entomology 136: 665-674. doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0418.2011.01694.x. Link to article

  • P. STRUTZENBERGER, G. BREHM & K. FIEDLER, K. (2012): DNA barcode sequencing from old type specimens as a tool in taxonomy: A case study in the diverse genus Eois (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), PloS One 7 (11): e49710 (pp. 1-7). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0049710. Link to article

  • L. PELLISSIER, G. LITSIOS, K. FIEDLER, J. POTTIER, A. DUBUIS, J.-N. PRADERVAND, N. SALAMIN & A. GUISAN (2012): Loss of interactions with ants under cold climate in a regional myrmecophilous butterfly fauna, J. Biogeogr. 39: 1782–1790. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2012.02743.x Link to article

  • M. STRAUSZ, K. FIEDLER, M. FRANZÉN, M. WIEMERS (2012): Habitat and host plant use of the Large Copper Butterfly Lycaena dispar in an urban environment, J Insect Conserv 16:709–721. Link to article

  • F. BODNER, P. STRUTZENBERGER, G. BREHM, K. FIEDLER (2012): Species Richness and Host Specificity among Caterpillar Ensembles on Shrubs in the Andes of Southern Ecuador, Neotrop Entomol 41:375–385. Link to article

  • Konrad FIEDLER (2012) : The Host Genera of Ant-Parasitic Lycaenidae Butterflies: A Review, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Psyche, Volume 2012, Article ID 153975, DOI: 10.1155/2012/153975. Link to article

  • L. PELLISSIER, S. RASMANN, G. LITSIOS, K. FIEDLER, A. DUBUIS, J. POTTIER & A. GUISAN (2012) : High host-plant nitrogen content: a prerequisite for the evolution of ant–caterpillar mutualism?, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2012.02555.x. Link to article

  • L. PELLISSIER, K. FIEDLER, C. NDRIBE, A. DUBUIS, J.-N. PRADERVAND, A. GUISIAN & S. RASMANN (2012) : Shifts in species richness, herbivore specialization, and plant resistance along elevation gradients, Ecology and Evolution 2:1818-1825, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.296 Link to article

  • K. FIEDLER & TRUXA C. (2012): Species richness measures fail in resolving diversity patterns of speciose forest moth assemblages, Biodiversity and Conservation, 21(10):2499-2508. Link to article

  • TRUXA C. & K. FIEDLER (2012): Attraction to light – from how far do moths (Lepidoptera) return to weak artificial sources of light? European Journal of Entomology, 109(1): 77–84. Link to article
  • TRUXA C. & K. FIEDLER (2012): Down in the flood? How moth communities are shaped in temperate floodplain forests. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 5: 389–397. Link to article
  • PLANK, M., FIEDLER, K. & REITER, G. (2012): Use of forest strata by bats in temperate forests. Journal of Zoology 286 (2012) 154–162. doi:10.1111/j.1469-7998.2011.00859.x Link to article

2011

  • BREHM, G., BODNER, F., STRUTZENBERGER, P., HÜNEFELD, F., & FIEDLER, K. (2011): Neotropical Eois (Lepidoptera: Geometridae): Checklist, biogeography, diversity, and description patterns. – Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104: 1091-1107. doi: 10.1603/AN10050.
  • STRUTZENBERGER, P., & FIEDLER, K. (2011): Temporal patterns of diversification in Andean Eois, a species-rich clade of moths (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). – Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 919-925. doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02216.x. Link to article
  • LAURANCE, W. F., USECHE, D. C., SHOO, L. P., HERZOG, S. K., KESSLER, M., ESCOBAR, F., BREHM, G., AAXMACHER, J. C., CHEN, I. C., ARELLANO GAMEZ, L., HIETZ, P., FIEDLER, K., PYRCZ, T., WOLF, J., MERKORD, C. L., CARDELUS, C., MARSHALLl, A. R., AH-PENG, C., APLET, G. H., DELl CORO ARIZMENDI, M., BAKER, W. J., BARONE, J., BRÜHL, C. A., BUSSMANN, R. W., CICUZZA, D., EILU, G., FAVILA, M. E., HEMP, A., HEMP, C., HOMEIER, J., HUEY, R. B., HURTADO, J., JANKOWSKI, J., KATTAN, G., KLUGE, J., KRÖMER, T., LEES, D., LEHNERT, M., LONGINO, J. T., LOVETT, J., MARTIN, P. H., PATTERSON, B. D., PEARSON, R. G., PEH, K. S.-H., RICHARDSON, B., RICHARDSON, M., SAMWAYS, M., SENBETA, F., SMITH, T. B., UTTERIDGE, T., WATKINS, J. E., WILSON, R., WILLIAMS, S. E., & THOMAS, C. D. (2011): Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota. – Biol. Conserv 144 (1): 548-557. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.10.010
  • TISTA, M. & FIEDLER, K. (2011): How to evaluate and reduce sampling effort for ants. J. of Insect Conservation 15 (4): 547-559. doi:10.1007/s10841-010-9350-y. Link to article
  • BECK, J., BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2011): Links between the environment, abundance and diversity of Andean moths. – Biotropica 43 (2): 208-217. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2010.00689.x. Link to article
  • STRUTZENBERGER, P., BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2011): DNA barcoding based species delimitation increases species count of Eois (Geometridae) moths in a well-studied tropical mountain forest by up to 50%. – Insect Science 18 (3): 349-362. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7917.2010.01366.x

2010

  • BODNER, F, MAHAL S., REUTER, M. & K. FIEDLER (2010): Feasibility of a combined sampling approach for studying caterpillar assemblages – a case study from shrubs in the Andean montane forest zone. The Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 43: 27-35. Link to article
  • SCHULZE, C. H., SCHNEEWEIHS, S., & FIEDLER, K. (2010): The potential of land-use systems for maintaining tropical forest butterfly diversity. – Pp. 74-96 in: Tscharntke, T., Leuschner, C., Veldkamp, E., Faust, H., Guhardja, E., & Bidin, A. (eds.): Tropical rainforests and agroforests under global change – ecological and socio-economic valuations. Springer, Berlin. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-00493-3_3.
  • BODNER, F., BREHM, G., HOMEIER, J., STRUTZENBERGER, P. & FIEDLER, K. (2010): Caterpillars and host plant records for 59 species of Geometridae (Lepidoptera) from a montane rainforest in southern Ecuador. – J. Insect Sci. 10 (67): 1-22. www.insectscience.org/10.67.
  • STRUTZENBERGER, P., BREHM, G., BODNER, F., & FIEDLER, K. (2010): Molecular phylogeny of Eois (Lepidoptera, Geometridae): evolution of wing patterns and host plant use in a species rich group of Neotropical moths. – Zool. Scripta. 39 (6): 603-620. doi: 10.1111/j.1463-6409.2010.00440.x

2009

  • STRUTZENBERGER, P., BREHM, G., BODNER, F., ZIMMERMANN, M., WIEMERS, M. & FIEDLER, K. (2009): DNA barcoding and molecular phylogeny of Eois moths (Geometridae) from southern Ecuador. In: Hausmann, A. (ed.): Proceedings of the fifth Forum Herbulot 2008. Global strategies for plotting geometrid biodiversity in web-based databases (Munich, ZSM, 24-28 June 2008). – Spixiana 32 (1): 131.
  • BECK, J., & FIEDLER K. (2009): Adult life spans of butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea + Hesperioidea): broadscale contingencies with adult and larval traits in multi-species comparisons. – Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96: 166-184. Link to article
  • AXMACHER, J. C., BREHM, G., HEMP, A., TÜNTE, H., LYARUU, H. V. M., MÜLLER-HOHENSTEIN, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2009): Determinants of diversity in afrotropical herbivorous insects (Lepidoptera: Geometridae): plant diversity, vegetation structure or abiotic factors? – J. Biogeography 36: 337-349. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2008.01997.x
  • FELLNER, T., BOROVSKY, V., & FIEDLER, K. (2009): First records of the dacetine ant species Pyramica argiola (EMERY, 1869) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Austria. – Myrmecological News 12: 167-169.
  • AXMACHER, J. C., BREHM, G., FIEDLER, K. (2009): Habitat type modifies geometry of elevational diversity gradients in geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Tropical Zoology 21.

2008

  • AXMACHER, J. C., & FIEDLER, K. (2008): Habitat type modifies geometry of elevational diversity gradients in geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. – Trop. Zool. 21: 243-251.
  • BREHM G., HOMEIER J., FIEDLER K., KOTTKE I., ILLIG J., NÖSKE N.M., WERNER F. & BRECKLE S.-W. (2008): Mountain rain forests in southern Ecuador as a hotspot of biodiversity - Limited knowledge and diverging patterns. Pp.: 15-23. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • BREHM G., FIEDLER K., HÄUSER C.L. & DALITZ H. (2008): Methodological challenges of a megadiverse mountain rain forest ecosystem. Pp.: 41-47. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • FIEDLER K. & BECK E. (2008): Investigating gradients in ecosytem analysis. Pp.: 49-54. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • FIEDLER K., BREHM G., HILT N., SÜSSENBACH D. & HÄUSER C.L. (2008): Variation of diversity patterns across moth families along a tropical elevational gradient. Pp.: 167-179. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • GÜNTER S., CABRERA O., WEBER M., STIMM B., ZIMMERMANN M., FIEDLER K., KNUTH J., BOY J., WILCKE W., IOST S., MAKESCHIN F., WERNER F., GRADSTEIN R. & MOSANDL R. (2008): Natural forest management in Neotropical mountain rain forests – an ecological experiment. Pp.: 347-359. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • HILT N. & FIEDLER K. (2008): Successional stages of faunal regeneration- a case study on megadiverse moths. Pp.: 443-449. In: Beck, E., Bendix, J., Kottke, I., Makeschin, F., & Mosandl, R. (eds), Gradients in a tropical mountain ecosystem. Ecol. Studies 198, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article
  • NÖSKE N. M., HILT, N., WERNER, F. A., BREHM, G., FIEDLER, K., SIPMAN, H.J.M. & GRADSTEIN, S. R. (2008): Disturbance effects on diversity of epiphytes and moths in a montane forest in Ecuador. Basic and Applied Ecology 9: 4-12. doi:10.1016/j.baae.2007.06.014
  • HÄUSER C. L., FIEDLER K., BARTSCH D., BREHM G., KLING M., SÜSSENBACH D. & ONORE G. (2008): 09 Butterflies (LEPIDOPTERA: PAPILIONOIDEA). Checklist Reserva Biológica San Francisco (Prov. Zamora-Chinchipe, S. Ecuador). Ecotropical Monographs 4: 145-154.
  • FIEDLER K., BREHM G., HILT N., SÜSSENBACH D., ONORE G., BARTSCH D., RACHELI L. & HÄUSER C. L. (2008): 10 Lepidoptera: Arctiidae, Geometridae, Hedylidae, Pyraloidea, Sphingidae, Saturniidae, and Uraniidae (Moths). Checklist Reserva Biológica San Francisco (Prov. Zamora-Chinchipe, S. Ecuador). Ecotropical Monographs 4: 155-214.
  • Wiemers, M., & Fiedler, K. (2008): Butterfly diversity of the Piedras Blancas National Park and its vicinity – a preliminary assessment (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea & Hesperioidea). – Stapfia 88: 277-294.

2007

  • K. FIEDLER, F. KUHLMANN, B.C. SCHLICK-STEINER, F.M. STEINER and G. GEBAUER (2007): Stable N-isotope signatures of central European ants - assessing positions in a trophic gradient. Insect. Soc. 54, 393-402. doi:10.1007/s00040-007-0959-0
  • WIEMERS M & FIEDLER K (2007): Does the DNA barcoding gap exist? A case study in blue butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Frontiers Zool 4 (8): 1-16. doi:10.1186/1742-9994-4-8
  • HILT, N., BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2007): Temporal dynamics of rich moth ensembles in the montane forest zone of southern Ecuador. Biotropica 39:94-104. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2006.00219.x
  • FIEDLER, K., HILT, N., BREHM, G., & SCHULZE, C. H. (2007): Moths at tropical forest margins – how mega-diverse insect assemblages respond to forest disturbance and recovery. Pp. 39-60 in: Tscharntke, T., Leuschner, C., Zeller, M., Guhardja, E., & Bidin, A. (eds.). The stability of tropical rainforest margins: Linking ecological, economic and social constraints of land use and conservation. Ecol. Studies, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Link to article

2006

  • SCHLICK-STEINER, B.C., STEINER, F.M., MODER, K., BRUCKNER, A., FIEDLER, K. & CHRISTIAN, E. (2006): Assessing ant assemblages: pitfall trapping versus nest counting (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). - Insect. Soc. 53: 274-281. doi:10.1007/s00040-006-0869-6
  • HILT, N., BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2006): Diversity and ensemble composition of geometrid moths along a successional gradient in the Ecuadorian Andes. - J. Trop. Ecol. 22: 155-166. doi:10.1017/S0266467405003056
  • AXMACHER, J. C., SCHEUERMANN, L., SCHRUMPF, M., LYARUU, H. V. M., FIEDLER, K., & MÜLLER-HOHENSTEIN, K. (2006): Effects of fire on the diversity of geometrid moths on Mt. Kilimanjaro. - Pp. 69-75 in: Spehn, E. M., Liberman, M., & Körner, C. (eds.): Land Use Change and Mountain Biodiversity. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis. ISBN: 084933523X
  • HILT, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2006): Arctiid moth ensembles along a successional gradient in the Ecuadorian montane rain forest zone: how different are subfamilies and tribes? - J. Biogeogr. 33: 108-120. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2005.01360.x
2005
  • DANIELS, H., GOTTSBERGER, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2005): Nutrient composition of larval nectar secretions from three species of myrmecophilous butterflies. - J. Chem. Ecol. 31(12): 2805-2821. doi:10.1007/s10886-005-8395-y
  • BREHM, G., PITKIN, L. M., HILT, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2005): Montane Andean rain forests are a global diversity hotspot of geometrid moths. - J. Biogeogr. 32: 1621-1627. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2005.01304.x
  • HILT, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2005): Diversity and composition of Arctiidae moth ensembles along a successional gradient in the Ecuadorian Andes. - Diversity & Distributions 11: 387-398. doi:10.1111/j.1366-9516.2005.00167.x
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2005): Colony survivorship of social caterpillars in the field: A case study of the small eggar moth (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). - J. Res. Lepid. 38: 15-25.
  • BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2005): Diversity and community structure of geometrid moths of disturbed habitat in a montane area in the Ecuadorian Andes. - J. Res. Lepid. 38: 1-14.
  • MEGENS, H.-J., DE JONG, R., & FIEDLER, K (2005): Phylogenetic patterns in larval host plant and ant association of Indo-Australian Arhopalini butterflies (Lycaenidae: Theclinae). - Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 84: 225-242. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2005.00426.
2004
  • FISCHER, K., ZEILSTRA, I., HETZ, S. K., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Physiological costs of growing fast: Does accelerated growth reduce pay-off in adult fitness? - Evol. Ecol. 18: 343-353.
  • AXMACHER, J. C., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Manual versus automatic moth sampling at equal light sources - a comparison of catches from Mt. Kilimanjaro. - J. Lepid. Soc. 58: 196-202.
  • FIEDLER, K., & SCHULZE, C. H. (2004): Forest modification affects diversity, but not dynamics of speciose tropical pyraloid moth communities. - Biotropica 36: 615-627.
  • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Orthonama obstipata Fabricius, 1794 (Geometridae: Larentiinae) - new for the fauna of Borneo. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 25: 153-154.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., GOTTSBERGER, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Sugar and amino acid composition of ant-attended nectar and honeydew sources from an Australian rainforest. - Austral Ecol. 29: 418-429.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Competition for composition: lessons from nectar-feeding ant communities. - Ecology 85: 1479-1485.
  • FREESE, A., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Unterscheidungsmerkmale von Leptidea sinapis (Linnaeus, 1758) und Leptidea reali (Reissinger, 1989) (Lepidoptera, Pieridae) und ihre Eignung zur Artbestimmung. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F.: 25: 65-77.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., STORK, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Bottom-up control and co-occurrence in complex communities: honeydew and nectar determine a rainforest ant mosaic. - Oikos 106: 344-358.
  • AXMACHER, J. C., HOLTMANN, G., SCHEUERMANN, L., BREHM, G., MÜLLER-HOHENSTEIN, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Diversity of geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) along an Afrotropical elevational rainforest transect. - Diversity & Distributions 10: 293-302.
  • AXMACHER, J. C., TÜNTE, H., SCHRUMPF, M., MÜLLER-HOHENSTEIN, K., LYARUU, H. V. M., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Diverging diversity dynamics of vascular plants and moths during forest regeneration on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. - J. Biogeogr. 31: 895-904.
  • BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Ordinating tropical moth samples from an elevational gradient: a comparison of common methods. - J. Trop. Ecol. 20: 165-172.
  • BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Bergmann's rule does not apply to geometrid moths along an elevational gradient in an Andean montane rain forest. - Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 13: 7-14.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2004): Preferences for sugars and amino acids and their conditionality in a diverse nectar-feeding ant community. - J. Anim. Ecol. 73: 155-166.
2003
  • FIEDLER, K., & RUF, C. (2003): Araschnia levana larvae (Nymphalidae) do not accept Humulus lupulus (Cannabaceae) as food plant. - Nota lepid. 25 (4): 265-266.
  • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Hawkmoth diversity in northern Borneo does not reflect the influence of anthropogenic habitat disturbance. - Ecotropica 9: 99-102.
  • RUF, C., FREESE, A., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Larval sociality in three species of central-place foraging lappet moths (Lasiocampidae): a comparative survey. - Zool. Anz. 242: 209-222.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., GEBAUER, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Disentangling a rainforest food web using stable isotopes: dietary diversity in a species-rich ant community. - Oecologia 137: 426-435.
  • BREHM, G., HOMEIER, J., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Beta-diversity of geometrid moths in an Andean montane rainforest. - Diversity & Distributions 9: 351-366.
  • BREHM, G., SÜSSENBACH, D., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Unique elevational diversity patterns of geometrid moths in an Andean montane rainforest. - Ecography 26: 356-366.
  • STADLER, B., KINDLMANN, P., ŠMILAUER, P., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): A comparative analysis of morphological and ecological characters of European aphids and lycaenids in relation to ant attendance. - Oecologia 135: 422-430.
  • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Vertical and temporal diversity of a species-rich moth taxon in Borneo. - Pp. 69-85 in: Y. BASSET, V. NOVOTNY, S. MILLER & R. KITCHING (eds.): Arthropods of tropical forests: spatio-temporal dynamics and resource use in the canopy. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  • BREHM, G., & FIEDLER, K. (2003): Faunal composition of geometrid moths changes with altitude in an Andean montane rainforest. - J. Biogeogr. 30: 431-440.
2002
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Tent-based thermoregulation in social caterpillars: behavioural mechanisms and physical features of the tent. - J. therm. Biol. 27: 493-501.
  • BLÜTHGEN, N., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Interactions between weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina), homopterans, trees and lianas in an Australian rainforest canopy. - J. Anim. Ecol. 71: 793-801.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Reaction norms for age and size at maturity in response to temperature: a test of the compound interest hypothesis. - Evol. Ecol. 16: 333-349.
  • FREESE, A., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Experimental evidence for specific distinctness of the two wood white butterfly taxa, Leptidea sinapis and L. reali (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). - Nota lepid. 25(1): 39-59.
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Plasticity in foraging patterns of larval colonies of the small eggar moth, Eriogaster lanestris (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). - Oecologia 131: 626-634.
  • RUF, C., SCHREIER, H.-P., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Zur Entwicklung und Morphologie der Präimaginalstadien und Falter von Bufoidia pittawayi Wiltshire & Legrain, 1997 (Lepidoptera, Lasiocampidae). - Entomol. Z. 112: 114-119.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2002): Life-history plasticity in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe: local adaptations and trade-offs. - Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 75: 173-185.
  • BECK, J., SCHULZE, C.H., LINSENMAIR, K. E. & FIEDLER, K. (2002): From forest to farmland: diversity of geometrid moths along two habitat gradients on Borneo. - J. Trop. Ecol. 18: 33-51.
2001
  • KNÜTTEL, H., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): On the use of UV photography and UV wing patterns in butterfly morphology and taxonomy. - J. Lepid. Soc. 54: 137-144.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Spatio-temporal dynamics in a population of the copper butterfly Lycaena hippothoe (Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 24 (3): 77-86.
  • RUF, C., KORNMAIER, B., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Continuous long-term monitoring of daily foraging patterns in three species of lappet moth caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). - Nota lepid. 24 (3): 87-99.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Sexual differences in life-history traits in the butterfly Lycaena tityrus: a comparison between diapause and direct development. - Entomol. Exp. Appl. 100: 325-330.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Effects of adult feeding and temperature regime on fecundity and longevity in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe. - J. Lepid. Soc. 54: 91-95.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Effects of larval starvation on adult life-history traits in the butterfly Lycaena tityrus. - Entomol. Gener. 25 (4): 249-254.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Partial biennialism in alpine Lycaena hippothoe (Lycaenidae: Lycaenini)? - Nota lepid. 24 (1/2): 73-76.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2000 [2001]): Methodische Aspekte von Fang-Wiederfangstudien am Beispiel der Feuerfalter Lycaena helle und L. hippothoe. - Beitr. Ökol. 4 (2): 157-172.
  • SCHULZE, C. H., LINSENMAIR, K. E., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Understorey versus canopy - patterns of vertical stratification and diversity among Lepidoptera in a Bornean rainforest. - Plant Ecol. 153: 133-152.
  • BURGHARDT, F., PROKSCH, P., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Loss of flavonoid pigments with ageing in male Polyommatus icarus butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 24 (1/2): 77-84.
  • ELMES, G. W., THOMAS, J. A., MUNGUIRA, M. L., FIEDLER, K. (2001): Larvae of lycaenid butterflies that parasitise ant colonies provide exceptions to normal insect growth rules. - Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 73: 259-278.
  • KNÜTTEL, H., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Hostplant derived variation in ultraviolet wing patterns influences mate selection of male butterflies. - J. Exp. Biol. 204: 2447-2459.
  • BURGHARDT, F., PROKSCH, P., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Flavonoid sequestration by the common blue butterfly Polyommatus icarus: quantitative intraspecific variation in relation to larval hostplant, sex and body size. - Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 29: 875-889.
  • FIEDLER, K. (2001): Ants that associate with lycaenid butterfly larvae: diversity, ecology and biogeography. - Diversity & Distributions 7: 45-60.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Egg weight variation in relation to offspring fitness in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe: more small or fewer large eggs? - Popul. Ecol. 43: 105-109.
  • RUF, C., COSTA, J. C., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Trail-based communication in social caterpillars of Eriogaster lanestris (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). - J. Insect Behav. 14: 231-245.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Dimorphic growth patterns and sex-specific reaction norms in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe sumadiensis. - J. Evol. Biol. 14: 210-218.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2001): Resource based territoriality in the butterfly Lycaena hippothoe and environmentally introduced behavioural shifts. - Anim. Behav. 61: 723-732.
  • STADLER, B., FIEDLER, K., KAWECKI, T., & WEISSER, W. (2001): Costs and benefits for phytophagous myrmecophiles: when ants are not always available. - Oikos 92: 467-478.
2000
  • SÜSSENBACH, D., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Faunistische Ergebnisse einer Köderfangstudie an Eulenfaltern (Noctuidae) im Obermain-Hügelland. - Ber. Naturwiss. Ges. Bayreuth 24: 255-272.
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Trail following as a rare phenomenon among non-social lappet moth larvae (Lasiocampidae). - Entomol. gener. 25: 17-25.
  • BURGHARDT, F., KNÜTTEL, H., BECKER, M., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Flavonoid wing pigments increase attractiveness of female common blue (Polyommatus icarus) butterflies to mate-searching males. - Naturwissenschaften 87: 304-307.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Sex-related differences in reaction norms in the butterfly Lycaena tityrus. - Oikos 90: 372-380.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Response of the copper butterfly Lycaena tityrus to increased leaf nitrogen in natural food-plants: evidence against the nitrogen limitation hypothesis. - Oecologia 124: 235-241.
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Communal foraging behaviour and communication in social caterpillars of Eriogaster lanestris (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). - Zoology 103, Suppl. III (DZG 93.1): 110.
  • FISCHER, K., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): On the costs of being a male: case studies on protandrous copper butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Zoology 103, Suppl. III (DZG 93.1): 41.
  • RUF, C., & FIEDLER, K. (2000): Thermal gains through collective metabolic heat production in social caterpillars of Eriogaster lanestris. - Naturwissenschaften 87: 193-196.
1985 to 1999
    • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1999): Species richness of South East Asian butterflies - how can it be estimated using faunal lists at different geographic scales. - Pp. 63-70 in: Mohamed, M., & Bernard, H. (eds.): Tropical ecosystem research in Sabah - for whom and for what? Universiti Malaysia, Sabah, Kota Kinabalu.
    • SEUFERT, P., & FIEDLER, K. (1999): Myrmecophily and parasitoid infestation of South-East Asian lycaenid butterfly larvae. - Ecotropica 5: 59-64.
    • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1998 [1999]): Habitat preferences and flight activity of Morphinae butterflies in a Bornean rain forest, with a note on sound production by adult Zeuxidia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). - Mal. Nat. J. 52 (3/4): 163-176.
    • KNÜTTEL, H., & FIEDLER, K. (1999): Flavonoids from larval food plants determine UV wing patterns in Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Zoology 102, Suppl. II (DZG 92.1): 83.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1998): Bläulinge in Südostasien: Vielfalt der Lebenszyklen und Artendiversität. - Bielefelder ökol. Beitr. 12: 29.
    • SÜSSENBACH, D., & FIEDLER, K. (1999): Noctuid moths attracted to fruit baits: testing models and methods of estimating species diversity. - Nota lepid. 22 (2): 115-154.
    • SCHITTKO, U., BURGHARDT, F., FIEDLER, K., WRAY, V., & PROKSCH, P. (1999): Sequestration and distribution of flavonoids in the common blue butterfly Polyommatus icarus reared on Trifolium repens. - Phytochemistry 51 (5): 609-614.
    • BECK, J., MÜHLENBERG, E., & FIEDLER, K. (1999): Mud-puddling behavior in tropical butterflies: in search of proteins or minerals? - Oecologia 119: 140-148.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1998): Diet breadth and host plant diversity of tropical- versus temperate-zone herbivores: South East Asian and West Palaearctic butterflies as a case study. - Ecol. Entomol. 23: 285-297.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1998): Geographical patterns in life-history traits of lycaenid butterflies - ecological and evolutionary implications. - Zoology (Analysis of Complex Systems) 100: 336-347.
    • BAUMGARTEN, H.-T., & FIEDLER, K. (1998): Parasitoids of lycaenid butterfly caterpillars: different patterns in resource use and their impact on the hosts' symbiosis with ants. - Zool. Anz. 236: 167-180.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1998): Lycaenid-ant interactions of the Maculinea type: tracing their historical roots in a comparative framework. - J. Insect Conserv. 2: 3-14.
    • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1997): Patterns of diversity and stratification in hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) of a Bornean rain forest. - Mitt. Dt. Ges. allg. angew. Entomol. 11: 767-770.
    • BURGHARDT, F., FIEDLER, K., & PROKSCH, P. (1997): Flavonoidaufnahme im Bläuling Polyommatus icarus: der Einfluß von Nahrungspflanze, Größe und Geschlecht. - Mitt. Dt. Ges. allg. angew. Entomol. 11: 533-536.
    • HÄUSER, C. L., SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1997): The butterfly species (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) of Kinabalu Park, Sabah. - Raffles Bull. Zool. 45 (2): 281-304.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1997): Life-history patterns of myrmecophilous butterflies and other insects: their implications on tropical species diversity. - Pp. 71-92 in: ULRICH, H. (ed.): Tropical biodiversity and systematics. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biodiversity & Systematics in Tropical Ecosystems, Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn.
    • GEUDER, M., WRAY, V., FIEDLER, K., & PROKSCH, P. (1997): Sequestration and metabolism of host-plant flavonoids by the lycaenid butterfly Polyommatus bellargus. - J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 1361-1372.
    • BURGHARDT, F., FIEDLER, K., & PROKSCH, P. (1997): Uptake of flavonoids from Vicia villosa (Fabaceae) by the lycaenid butterfly, Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 25 (6): 527-536.
    • ZUB, P., FIEDLER, K., & NÄSSIG, W. A. (1997): Zur Artenschutz-Problematik bei Insekten. - Natur & Museum 127 (5): 147-152.
    • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1997): Notes on the biology of Dercas gobrias (HEWITSON, 1864) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae, Coliadinae). - Trans. Lepid. Soc. Japan 48 (1): 25-30.
    • HORSTMANN, K., FIEDLER, K., & BAUMGARTEN, H.-T. (1997): Zur Taxonomie und Bionomie einiger Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) als Parasitoide westpaläarktischer Lycaenidae (Lepidoptera). - Nachrbl. Bayr. Entomol. 46 (1/2): 2-7.
    • SCHULZE, C. H., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): First record of the family Dudgeoneidae (Lepidoptera, Ditrysia) for Borneo. - Tinea 15 (1): 74-77.
    • BURGHARDT, F., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): Myrmecophilous behaviours in caterpillars of the butterfly, Polyommatus icarus (ROTTEMBURG, 1775): temporal patterns and age dependency (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 19 (3/4): 212-229.
    • SEUFERT, P., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): Life-history diversity and local co-existence of three closely related lycaenid butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in Malaysian rainforests. - Zool. Anz. 234 (4): 229-239.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1996): Host-plant relationships of lycaenid butterflies: large-scale patterns, interactions with plant chemistry, and mutualism with ants. - Entomol. exp. appl. 80: 259-267.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1996): Interactions between lycaenid butterflies and ants in Peninsular Malaysia. - In: EDWARDS, D. S. et al. (eds.): Tropical rainforest research - current issues, pp. 291-296. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht.
    • SEUFERT, P., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): The influence of ants on patterns of colonization and establishment within a set of coexisting lycaenid butterflies in a South-East Asian tropical rain forest. - Oecologia 106: 127-136.
    • FIEDLER, K., & HUMMEL, V. (1996): Myrmecophily in the brown argus butterfly, Aricia agestis (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): effects of larval age, ant number and persistence of contacts with ants. - Zoology 99: 128-137.
    • SCHURIAN, K. G., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): Adult behaviour and early stages of Lycaena ochimus (HERRICH-SCHÄFFER [1851]) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F.16 (4): 329-343.
    • HESBACHER, S., GIEZ. I., EMBACHER, G., FIEDLER, K., MAX, W., TRAWÖGER, A., TÜRK, R., LANGE, O. L., & PROKSCH, P. (1995): Sequestration of lichen compounds by lichen-feeding members of the Arctiidae (Lepidoptera). - J. Chem. Ecol. 21: 2079-2089.
    • SANETRA, M., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): Behaviour and morphology of an aphytophagous lycaenid caterpillar: Cigaritis (Apharitis) acamas KLUG 1834 (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 18 (1): 57-76.
    • BURGHARDT, F., & FIEDLER, K. (1996): The influence of diet on growth and secretion behaviour of myrmecophilous Polyommatus icarus caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Ecol. Entomol. 21: 1-8.
    • FIEDLER, K., HÖLLDOBLER, B., & SEUFERT, P. (1996): Butterflies and ants: the communicative domain. - Experientia 52: 14-24.
    • FIEDLER, K., & HAGEMANN, D. (1995): The influence of larval age and ant number on myrmecophilous interactions of the African Grass Blue butterfly, Zizeeria knysna. - J. Res. Lepid. 31 (3/4): 213-232.
    • FIEDLER, K., SEUFERT, P., PIERCE, N. E., PEARSON, J. G., & BAUMGARTEN, T. (1995): Exploitation of lycaenid-ant mutualisms by braconid parasitoids. - J. Res. Lepid. 31 (3/4): 153-168.
    • FIEDLER, K., & SAAM, C. (1995): Ants benefit from attending facultatively myrmecophilous Lycaenidae caterpillars: evidence from a survival study. - Oecologia 104: 316-322.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1995): Lebenszyklen tropischer Bläulinge - von Interaktionen mit Ameisen geprägt. - Rundgespr. Kommiss. Ökol. Bayr. Akad. Wiss. 10: 199-214.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1995): Lycaenid butterflies and plants: Hostplant relationships, tropical versus temperate. - Ecotropica 1: 51-58.
    • FIEDLER, K., & SEUFERT, P. (1995): The mature larva and pupa of Semanga superba (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo, Frankfurt, N. F. 16: 1-12.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1995): Associations of lycaenid butterflies with ants in Turkey. - S. 437-450 in: HESSELBARTH, G., VAN OORSCHOT, H., & WAGENER, S.: Die Tagfalter der Türkei unter Berücksichtigung der angrenzenden Länder, Vol. 1. S. Wagener Verlag, Bocholt.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1995): Lycaenid butterflies and plants: is myrmecophily associated with particular hostplant preferences? - Ethol. Ecol. Evol. 7 (2): 107-132.
    • SEUFERT, P., & FIEDLER, K. (1995): Diversität und Strukturierung einer Bläulingsgilde im tropischen Regenwald Malaysias. - Verh. dt. zool. Ges. 88.1: 265.
    • BURGHARDT, F., FIEDLER, K., & PROKSCH, P. (1995): Wirtspflanzenabhängige Flavonoidmuster im Bläuling Polyommatus icarus (Lycaenidae). - Verh. dt. zool. Ges. 88.1: 256.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1995): Bläulinge in Südostasien: Diversität, Spezifität und Wirtspflanzenbeziehungen im Überblick. - Verh. dt. zool. Ges. 88.1: 257.
    • FIEDLER, K., & SAAM, C. (1995): A "microbial cost" of butterfly-ant mutualisms (Lycaenidae). - J. Lepid. Soc. 49: 80-84.
    • FIEDLER, K., SEUFERT, P., MASCHWITZ, U., & AZARAE, I. (1995): Notes on larval biology and pupal morphology of Malaysian Curetis butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Tyô to Ga 45 (4): 287-299.
    • WIESEN, B., KRUG, E., FIEDLER, K., WRAY, V., & PROKSCH, P. (1994): Sequestration of hostplant-derived flavonoids by lycaenid butterfly Polyommatus icarus. - J. Chem. Ecol. 20: 2523-2538.
    • BAUMGARTEN, H.-TH., & FIEDLER, K. (1994): Zum Abwehrverhalten der Raupen von Saturnia (Eudia) pavonia (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) gegenüber Ameisen. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 15 (3): 315-322.
    • FIEDLER, K., & SCHURIAN, K. G. (1994): Oviposition behaviour in Lycaena thetis KLUG (Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 17 (1/2): 25-29.
    • FIEDLER, K., & SAAM, C. (1994): Does ant-attendance influence development in 5 European Lycaenidae species ? - Nota lepid. 17 (1/2): 5-24.
    • FIEDLER, K., SCHURIAN, K. G., & HAHN, M. (1994): The life-history and myrmecophily of Polyommatus candalus (HERRICH-SCHÄFFER) from Turkey (Lep., Lycaenidae). - Linneana Belg. 14: 315-332.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1994): Lycaenid butterflies and plants: is myrmecophily associated with amplified hostplant diversity? - Ecol. Entomol. 19: 79-82.
    • SCHURIAN, K. G., & FIEDLER, K. (1994): Zur Biologie von Polyommatus (Lysandra) DEZINUS (DE FREINA & WITT) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 14: 339-353.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1994): The life-history of Caleta roxus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 14: 371-384.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1994): Observations on the biology of Eooxylides tharis (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 14: 325-337.
    • MATTONI, R. H. T., & FIEDLER, K. (1993): On the functional foreleg tarsus in Caerulea males (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Polyommatini). - J. Res. Lepid. 30: 289-296.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1993): The remarkable life-history of two Malaysian lycaenid butterflies. - Nature Malaysiana 18 (2): 35-43.
    • FIEDLER, K, KRUG, E., & PROKSCH, P. (1993): Complete elimination of host-plant quinolizidine alkaloids by larvae of a polyphagous lycaenid butterfly, Callophrys rubi. - Oecologia 94: 441-445.
    • SCHURIAN, K. G., FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1993): Parasitoids exploit myrmecophilous secretions of lycaenid butterfly caterpillars. - J. Lepid. Soc. 47 (2): 150-154.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1992): Recent contributions to the behavioural ecology and evolution of lycaenid-ant interactions. - Nota lepid. 14, Suppl. 4: 11-13.
    • TAUTZ, J., & FIEDLER, K. (1992): Mechanoreceptive properties of caterpillar hairs involved in mediation of butterfly-ant symbioses. - Naturwissenschaften 79: 561-563.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1992): Rhodometra sacraria L. (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) in Mainfranken beobachtet. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 13 (2a): 212.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1992): The life-history of Surendra florimel DOHERTY 1889 (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in West Malaysia. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 13 (2): 107-135.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1992): Notes on the biology of Hypolycaena othona (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in West Malaysia. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 13 (2): 65-92.
    • FIEDLER, K., & HÖLLDOBLER, B. (1992): Ants and Polyommatus icarus immatures (Lycaenidae) - sex-related developmental benefits and costs of ant-attendance. - Oecologia 91: 468-473.
    • BÁLINT, ZS., & FIEDLER, K. (1992): Plebeius sephirus (FRIVALDSZKY, 1835) in Pannonia, with special reference to its status and ecology in Hungary. - Oedippus 4: 1-24.
    • FIEDLER, K, SCHURIAN, K. G., & SEUFERT, P. (1992): Neue Beobachtungen zu Ameisenassoziationen europäischer Bläulingsraupen (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Mitt. intern. entomol. Ver. Frankfurt. 17 (3): 121-130.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1991): Weitere Beobachtungen bei Fütterungsversuchen mit Feuerfalterraupen (Lep., Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 12 (3): 214-216.
    • SCHURIAN, K. G., & FIEDLER, K. (1991): Einfache Methoden zur Schallwahrnehmung bei Bläulingslarven (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). - Entomol. Z. 101 (21): 393-398.
    • FIEDLER, K., & NÄSSIG, W. A. (1991): Nochmals zum Thema "Adscita statices und A. heuseri - zwei getrennte Arten?" (Lep., Zygaenidae, Procridinae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 12 (2): 137-138.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1991): Zoogeographische Aspekte der myrmekophilen Beziehungen der Bläulinge (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Verh. dtsch. zool. Ges. 84: 502.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1991): Systematic, evolutionary, and ecological implications of myrmecophily within the Lycaenidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea). - Bonner zool. Monogr. 31: 1-210. [pdf, 18.4 MB; password available from K. Fiedler]
    • FIEDLER, K. (1991): European and North West African Lycaenidae and their associations with ants. - J. Res. Lepid. 28 (4): 239-257.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1990): Quantitative Analyse myrmekophiler Parameter in Assoziationen von Bläulingsraupen (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) und Ameisen. - Verh. dtsch. zool. Ges. 83: 614-615.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1990): Untersuchungen zur Funktion, Ökologie und Evolution der Myrmekophilie der Bläulinge (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Dissertation Univ. Frankfurt, iv + 219 S. [dazu deutsche Zusammenfassung 26a, engl. Abstract 26b]
    • FIEDLER, K., & ROSCISZEWSKI, K. (1990): Myrmica sabuleti (Hym., Formicidae) - ein weiterer Symbiosepartner von Polyommatus coridon (Lep., Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 11 (3): 141-142.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1990): Bemerkungen zur Larvalbiologie von Callophrys rubi L. (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 11 (3): 121-141.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1990): Effects of larval diet on myrmecophilous qualities of Polyommatus icarus caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Oecologia 83: 284-287.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1990): Beobachtungen bei der Zucht von Polyommatus icarus ROTT. (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) auf verschiedenen Futterpflanzen. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 11 (1): 1-9.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1989): Adult myrmecophily in butterflies: the role of the ant Anoplolepis longipes in the feeding and oviposition behaviour of Allotinus unicolor. - Tyô to Ga 40 (4): 241-251.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1990): New information on the biology of Maculinea nausithous and M. teleius (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Nota lepid. 12 (4): 246-256.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1989): Die Zucht von Lycaena phlaeas und L. tityrus (Lep., Lycaenidae) auf verschiedenen Polygonaceen. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 10 (4): 299-300.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1989): Die Symbiose des myrmekophilen Bläulings Anthene emolus mit der Weberameise Oecophylla smaragdina in Malaysia. - Verh. westdt. Entomol.-Tags 1988: 281-283.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1989): The symbiosis between the weaver ant Oecophylla smaragdina and Anthene emolus, an obligate myrmecophilous lycaenid butterfly. - J. nat. Hist. 23: 833-846.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1989): Rüsseltrillern: eine neue Form taktiler Kommunikation zwischen Bläulingen und Ameisen. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 10 (2): 125-132.
    • MASCHWITZ, U., NÄSSIG, W. A., DUMPERT, K., & FIEDLER, K. (1988): Larval carnivory and myrmecoxeny, and imaginal myrmecophily in miletine lycaenids (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) on the Malay Peninsula. - Tyô to Ga 39 (3): 167-181.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1988): The preimaginal epidermal organs of Lycaena tityrus (PODA, 1761) and Polyommatus coridon (PODA, 1761) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) - a comparison. - Nota lepid. 11 (2): 100-116.
    • NÄSSIG, W. A., & Fiedler, K. (1986): Bemerkungen zum Artenkomplex Horisme tersata DEN. & SCHIFF./radicaria DE LA HARPE im Nordwesten der Stadt Frankfurt am Main (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 7 (1): 29-38.
    • MASCHWITZ, U., & FIEDLER, K. (1988): Koexistenz, Symbiose, Parasitismus: Erfolgsstrategien der Bläulinge. - Spektr. Wissensch. 1988 (5): 56-66.
    • FIEDLER, K., & NÄSSIG, W. A. (1985): Adscita (= Procris) statices L. und heuseri REICHL - zwei getrennte Arten? (Lep., Zygaenidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 6 (4): 161-179.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1987 [1988]): ... III. New aspects of the function of the retractile tentacular organs of lycaenid larvae. - Zool. Beitr., N. F. 31 (3): 409-416.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1988): ... II. Lycaenid larvae as trophobiotic partners of ants - a quantitative approach. - Oecologia 75: 204-206.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1989): Functional analysis of the myrmecophilous relationships between ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and lycaenids (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). I. Release of food recruitment in ants by lycaenid larvae and pupae. - Ethology 80: 71-80.
    • FIEDLER, K., & MASCHWITZ, U. (1987): Untersuchungen zur trophischen Bedeutung der zuckerhaltigen Sekrete myrmekophiler Bläulingsraupen (Lep.: Lycaenidae) für Ameisen (Hym.: Formicidae). - Vortrag auf der Tagung der deutschspr. Sektion der IUSSI, 8.10.1987, in Bayreuth.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1989): Differences in the behaviour of ants towards two larval instars of Lycaena tityrus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Dtsch. entomol. Z., N. F. 36 (4/5): 267-271.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1988): Die Beziehungen von Bläulingspuppen (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) zu Ameisen (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 9: 33-58.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1987): Tetramorium caespitum (LINNAEUS, 1758) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), eine weitere mit Polyommatus coridon (PODA, 1761) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) vergesellschaftete Ameisenart. - Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 8 (2): 60.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1987): Quantitative Untersuchungen zur Myrmekophilie der Präimaginalstadien zweier Bläulingsarten (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). - Diplomarbeit im Fachbereich Biologie, Univ. Frankfurt, 91 S.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1985): Ein bemerkenswerter Nachweis des Flechtenbären Eilema lutarella LINNÉ (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae, Lithosiinae) im Nordspessart. - Hess. faun. Briefe 5 (4): 69-71.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1985): Auch in Hessen: Die neuerkannte Mesapamea secalella REMM, 1983 (Lep., Noctuidae). - Nachr. ent. Ver. Apollo Frankfurt, N. F. 6: 49-52.
    • FIEDLER, K. (1985): Der erste Nachweis von Alcis maculata bastelbergeri HIRSCHKE 1908 im Spessart. - Mitt. int. entomol. Ver. Frankfurt 10: 1-3.