Martin Surbeck
Martin Surbeck
Assistant Professor, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
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Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
WF Laurance, DC Useche, J Rendeiro, M Kalka, CJA Bradshaw, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 290-294, 2012
Mothers matter! Maternal support, dominance status and mating success in male bonobos (Pan paniscus)
M Surbeck, R Mundry, G Hohmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1705), 590-598, 2011
Primate hunting by bonobos at luikotale, salonga national park
M Surbeck, G Hohmann
Current Biology 18 (19), R906-R907, 2008
Mate competition, testosterone and intersexual relationships in bonobos, Pan paniscus
M Surbeck, T Deschner, G Schubert, A Weltring, G Hohmann
Animal Behaviour 83 (3), 659-669, 2012
Intersexual dominance relationships and the influence of leverage on the outcome of conflicts in wild bonobos (Pan paniscus)
M Surbeck, G Hohmann
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (11), 1767-1780, 2013
Seed dispersal strategies and the threat of defaunation in a Congo forest
D Beaune, F Bretagnolle, L Bollache, G Hohmann, M Surbeck, B Fruth
Biodiversity and conservation 22 (1), 225-238, 2013
A test of the risk allocation hypothesis: tadpole responses to temporal change in predation risk
J Van Buskirk, C Müller, A Portmann, M Surbeck
Behavioral Ecology 13 (4), 526-530, 2002
Exploring the contribution and significance of animal protein in the diet of bonobos by stable isotope ratio analysis of hair
VM Oelze, BT Fuller, MP Richards, B Fruth, M Surbeck, JJ Hublin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (24), 9792-9797, 2011
Non-reciprocal but peaceful fruit sharing in wild bonobos in Wamba
S Yamamoto
Bonobo cognition and behaviour, 89-111, 2015
Social correlates of variation in urinary cortisol in wild male bonobos (Pan paniscus)
M Surbeck, T Deschner, A Weltring, G Hohmann
Hormones and Behavior 62 (1), 27-35, 2012
Evidence for the consumption of arboreal, diurnal primates by bonobos (Pan paniscus)
M Surbeck, A Fowler, C Deimel, G Hohmann
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2009
Male reproductive skew is higher in bonobos than chimpanzees
M Surbeck, KE Langergraber, B Fruth, L Vigilant, G Hohmann
Current Biology 27 (13), R640-R641, 2017
Sex-specific association patterns in bonobos and chimpanzees reflect species differences in cooperation
M Surbeck, C Girard-Buttoz, C Boesch, C Crockford, B Fruth, G Hohmann, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (5), 161081, 2017
Wasp who would be queen: a comparative study of two primitively eusocial species
SA Deshpande, A Sumana, M Surbeck, R Gadagkar
Current Science, 332-336, 2006
The evolution of intergroup tolerance in nonhuman primates and humans
AC Pisor, M Surbeck
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 28 (4), 210-223, 2019
The Bonobo–Dialium Positive Interactions: Seed Dispersal Mutualism
D Beaune, F Bretagnolle, L Bollache, G Hohmann, M Surbeck, C Bourson, ...
American Journal of Primatology 75 (4), 394-403, 2013
Stable and fluctuating social preferences and implications for cooperation among female bonobos at L ui K otale, S alonga N ational P ark, DRC
LR Moscovice, PH Douglas, L Martinez‐Iņigo, M Surbeck, L Vigilant, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 163 (1), 158-172, 2017
Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
J Lovett, V Arroyo-Rodriguez, C Ewango, J Rendeiro, R Dirzo, J Poulsen, ...
Males with a mother living in their group have higher paternity success in bonobos but not chimpanzees
M Surbeck, C Boesch, C Crockford, ME Thompson, T Furuichi, B Fruth, ...
Current Biology 29 (10), R354-R355, 2019
Urinary C-peptide levels in male bonobos (Pan paniscus) are related to party size and rank but not to mate competition
M Surbeck, T Deschner, V Behringer, G Hohmann
Hormones and behavior 71, 22-30, 2015
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