More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander

Preißler K, Gippner S, Lüddecke T, Krause T, Schulz S, Vences M, Steinfartz S (2019)
Journal of Zoology 308(4): 293-300.

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Autor*in
Preißler, Kathleen; Gippner, S.; Lüddecke, Tim; Krause, TobiasUniBi ; Schulz, S.; Vences, Miguel; Steinfartz, Sebastian
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Zoology
Band
308
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
293-300
ISSN
0952-8369, 1469-7998
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2941111

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Preißler K, Gippner S, Lüddecke T, et al. More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander. Journal of Zoology. 2019;308(4):293-300.
Preißler, K., Gippner, S., Lüddecke, T., Krause, T., Schulz, S., Vences, M., & Steinfartz, S. (2019). More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander. Journal of Zoology, 308(4), 293-300. doi:10.1111/jzo.12676
Preißler, K., Gippner, S., Lüddecke, T., Krause, T., Schulz, S., Vences, M., and Steinfartz, S. (2019). More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander. Journal of Zoology 308, 293-300.
Preißler, K., et al., 2019. More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander. Journal of Zoology, 308(4), p 293-300.
K. Preißler, et al., “More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander”, Journal of Zoology, vol. 308, 2019, pp. 293-300.
Preißler, K., Gippner, S., Lüddecke, T., Krause, T., Schulz, S., Vences, M., Steinfartz, S.: More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander. Journal of Zoology. 308, 293-300 (2019).
Preißler, Kathleen, Gippner, S., Lüddecke, Tim, Krause, Tobias, Schulz, S., Vences, Miguel, and Steinfartz, Sebastian. “More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander”. Journal of Zoology 308.4 (2019): 293-300.