Peter H.W. Biedermann
Peter H.W. Biedermann
Professor of Forest Entomology & Protection, University of Freiburg
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Defensive symbioses of animals with prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms
LV Flórez Patino, P Biedermann, T Engl, M Kaltenpoth
Natural Product Reports, 2015
Evolution and diversity of bark and ambrosia beetles
LR Kirkendall, PHW Biedermann, BH Jordal
Bark beetles, 85-156, 2015
Bark beetle population dynamics in the Anthropocene: challenges and solutions
PHW Biedermann, J Müller, JC Grégoire, A Gruppe, J Hagge, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (10), 914-924, 2019
Ecology and evolution of insect–fungus mutualisms
PHW Biedermann, FE Vega
Annual review of entomology 65, 431-455, 2020
Larval helpers and age polyethism in ambrosia beetles
PHW Biedermann, M Taborsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (41), 17064-17069, 2011
Three genera in the Ceratocystidaceae are the respective symbionts of three independent lineages of ambrosia beetles with large, complex mycangia
CG Mayers, DL McNew, TC Harrington, RA Roeper, SW Fraedrich, ...
Fungal Biology 119 (11), 1075-1092, 2015
Fungus cultivation by ambrosia beetles: behavior and laboratory breeding success in three xyleborine species
PHW Biedermann, KD Klepzig, M Taborsky
Environmental entomology 38 (4), 1096-1105, 2009
Symbiont selection via alcohol benefits fungus farming by ambrosia beetles
CM Ranger, PHW Biedermann, V Phuntumart, GU Beligala, S Ghosh, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (17), 4447-4452, 2018
Convergent Bacterial Microbiotas in the Fungal Agricultural Systems of Insects
FO Aylward, G Suen, PHW Biedermann, AS Adams, JJ Scott, SA Malfatti, ...
mBio 5 (6), e02077-14, 2014
Abundance and dynamics of filamentous fungi in the complex ambrosia gardens of the primitively eusocial beetle Xyleborinus saxeseniiRatzeburg (Coleoptera …
PHW Biedermann, KD Klepzig, M Taborsky, DL Six
FEMS microbiology ecology 83 (3), 711-723, 2013
Insect-fungus interactions in dead wood systems
T Birkemoe, RM Jacobsen, A Sverdrup-Thygeson, PHW Biedermann
Saproxylic insects: diversity, ecology and conservation, 377-427, 2018
Patterns of functional enzyme activity in fungus farming ambrosia beetles
HH De Fine Licht, PHW Biedermann
Frontiers in zoology 9, 1-11, 2012
Recent advances toward the sustainable management of invasive Xylosandrus ambrosia beetles
A Gugliuzzo, PHW Biedermann, D Carrillo, LA Castrillo, JP Egonyu, ...
Journal of Pest Science 94, 615-637, 2021
Evolutionary feedbacks between insect sociality and microbial management
PHW Biedermann, M Rohlfs
Current opinion in insect science 22, 92-100, 2017
Fungi associated with beetles dispersing from dead wood–Let's take the beetle bus!
S Seibold, J Müller, P Baldrian, MW Cadotte, M Štursová, ...
Fungal Ecology 39, 100-108, 2019
Observations on sex ratio and behavior of males in Xyleborinus saxesenii Ratzeburg (Scolytinae, Coleoptera)
PHW Biedermann
ZooKeys, 253, 2010
Bacterial and fungal symbionts of parasitic Dendroctonus bark beetles
L Dohet, JC Gregoire, A Berasategui, M Kaltenpoth, PHW Biedermann
FEMS microbiology ecology 92 (9), fiw129, 2016
Costs of delayed dispersal and alloparental care in the fungus-cultivating ambrosia beetle Xyleborus affinis Eichhoff (Scolytinae: Curculionidae)
PHW Biedermann, KD Klepzig, M Taborsky
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 65, 1753-1761, 2011
Genome sequence of Streptomyces griseus strain XylebKG-1, an ambrosia beetle-associated actinomycete
KJ Grubbs, PHW Biedermann, G Suen, SM Adams, JA Moeller, ...
Journal of bacteriology 193 (11), 2890-2891, 2011
Pathogen defence is a potential driver of social evolution in ambrosia beetles
JA Nuotclà, PHW Biedermann, M Taborsky
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1917), 20192332, 2019
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