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Christian Wappl

Mail: christian.wappl[at]live.at 

 

 

Master Thesis


The influence of male age on breeding success in Darwin’s small tree finch (Camarhynchus parvulus)

Supervisor: Sabine Tebbich

 

Research Interests


Behavioural ecology, ornithology, herpetology, conservation 

 

 

Publications


Kollarits, D., Wappl, C. & Ringler, M. 2017. The role of temporal call structure in species recognition of male Allobates talamancae (COPE, 1875) (Amphibia: Dendrobatidae). Herpetozoa 29 (3-4): 115–124.

Filipiak, D., Geisler, G., Kollarits, D. & Wappl, C. 2012. Iguana iguana (green iguana): Predation. Herpetological Review 43 (3): 487-488.

 

Conference talks and posters


Wappl, C., Cimadom, A., Filek, N. & Tebbich, S. 2014. The importance of male age on breeding success in small tree finches (Camarhynchus parvulus). Poster, VII European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Prague, Czech Republic, 17-20.07.2014.

 

Grants and awards


Annual research award 2016 of the Municipal Department for Environmental Protection (MA22), Vienna

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