Publikationen

  • Hoffmann US, Warzecha D, Jauker F, Wolters V, Diekötter T (in prep) Connectivity of wildflower strips promotes stable wasp communities.
  • Hoffmann US, Jauker F, Diehl E, Mader V, Fiedler D, Wolters V, Diekötter T (2019) The suitability of sown wildflower strips as hunting grounds for spider-hunting wasps of the genus Trypoxylon depends on landscape context. Journal of Insect Conservation https://doi.org/10.1007/s10841-019-00190-6.
  • Hoffmann US, Warzecha D, Wolters V, Diekötter T, Jauker F (2018) Connectivity of wildflower strips promote stable wasp communities. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Oral Presentation.
  • Hoffmann US, Jauker F, Lanzen J, Warzecha D, Wolters V, Diekötter T (2018) Prey-dependent benefits of sown wildflower strips on solitary wasps in agroecosystems. Insect Conservation and Diversity 11:42-49.
  • Hoffmann US, Mader V, Diehl E, Diekötter T, Wolters V, Jauker F (2016) Utilization of subsidized flowering fields by spider-hunting wasps. Conference Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Poster Presentation.

  • Hoffmann US, Diekötter T, Lanzen J, Wolters V, Jauker F (2015) Subsidized flowering fields promote prey-hunting wasps through increased habitat connectivity. Conference talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Oral Presentation.