Dr. Albrecht Manegold, Dipl.-Biol.

Dr. Albrecht Manegold, Dipl.-Biol.
Dr. Albrecht Manegold, Dipl.-Biol.

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Telefon: +49 721 175-2817
E-Mail: albrecht.manegold@smnk.de


Biodiversität, Phylogenie und Evolution der Vögel und Säugetiere

Fossile Vögel des Maghreb und Südafrikas und ihre Bedeutung für paläoökologische Rekonstruktionen


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Ausgewählte Publikationen

Höfer H., Manegold A., Riedel A., Trusch R., Verhaagh M. (2017):
The zoological collections of the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe. Zoological Collections of Germany The Animal Kingdom in its Amazing Plenty at Museums and Universities (Ed. Beck L.A. ). in press, Heidelberg, Springer
Manegold A. (2016):
Rediscovery of the complete type series of the White-striped Forest Wallaby Dorcopsis hageni Heller, 1897 in the collections of the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe. Vertebrate Zoology. 66: 217-219
Pavia M., Manegold A., Haarhoff P. (2015):
New early Pliocene owls from Langebaanweg, South Africa, with first evidence of Athene south of the Sahara and a new species of Tyto. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 60: 815-828
White J., Manegold, A. (2015):
Visualising the osteology of wet preserved specimens using micro-computed tomography: a trial run for the Antillean Piculet Nesoctites micromegas. Abstracts 9th International Conference of European Bird Curators., Moscow: 101
Manegold A. (2014):
Aktuelle Hypothesen zur Ausbreitung und Einnischung von Buch- (Fringilla coelebs) und Teydefink (F. teydea) auf den Kanarischen Inseln. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde. 50: 121-135
Manegold A. (2014):
Two new parrot species (Psittaciformes) from the early Pliocene of Langebaanweg (South Africa) and their paleoecological implications. Ibis. 155: 127-139
Manegold A., Pavia M., Haarhoff, P. (2014):
A new species of Aegypius vulture (Aegypiinae, Accipitridae) from the early Pliocene of South Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 34: 1394-1407
Manegold A., Podsiadlowski L. (2014):
On the systematic position of the Black-collared Lovebird Agapornis swindernianus (Agapornithinae, Psittaciformes). Journal of Ornithology. 155: 581-589
Manegold A., White J. (2014):
Morphologische Anpassungen an das Klettern und Hacken beim Hüpfspecht Nesoctites micromegas (Picidae, Piciformes) dargestellt mit Hilfe der Computertomografie. Vogelwarte. 52: 324-325
Manegold A., Zelenkov N. (2014):
A new species of Aegypius vulture from the early Pliocene of Moldova is the earliest unequivocal evidence of Aegypiinae in Europe. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 8: DOI: 10.1007/s12542-014-0242-4
Manegold A., Louchart A., Carrier J. & Elzanowski A. (2013):
The Early Pliocene avifauna of Langebaanweg (South Africa): a review and update. In: Göhlich, U.B., Kroh, A. (eds.) Paleornithological Research 2013 – Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution.: 135-152
Manegold A., Podsiadlowski L. (2013):
Erste morphologische und molekulare Untersuchungen zur phylogenetischen Stellung des Grünköpfchens Agapornis swindernianus. Vogelwarte. 51: 348
Manegold A., Töpfer T. (2013):
The systematic position of Hemicircus (Picidae) and the evolution of adaptations for drilling and climbing up in true woodpeckers. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research. 51: 72-82
Mayr G., Manegold A. (2013):
Can ovarian follicles fossilize?. Nature. 499: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature12367
Manegold A. (2012):
On the name of the Canary Blue Tit Cyanistes teneriffae from Gran Canaria. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club. 132: 68
Manegold A. & Louchart A. (2012):
Biogeographical and palaeoenvironmental implications of a new woodpecker species (Picidae) from the early Pliocene of South Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 32: 926-938
Manegold A., Brink J.S. (2011):
Descriptions and palaeoecological implications of bird remains from the Middle Pleistocene of Florisbad, South Africa. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 85: 19-32
Manegold A., Brink J.S. (2011):
A chat (Saxicolinae, Muscicapidae) from the mid-Holocene of Florisbad, South Africa. Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology. 82: 57-63