Dr Omer Nevo

Head of Junior Research Group

iDiv publications


Taylor, B. W., Allf, B., Hopkins, S. R., Irwin, R. E., Jewell, M., Nevo, O., Nichols, L. M., Rodríguez Valerón, N., Evans, J. D., Sörensen, P. M., Dunn, R. R.

(2023): Nature's chefs: Uniting the hidden diversity of food making and preparing species across the tree of life. BioScience

Depasquale, A. N., Poirier, A., Villalobos-Suarez, C., Mah, M. A., Guadamuz, A., Cheves-Hernandez, S., Lopez-Navarro, R., Rothman, J. M., Nevo, O., Melin, A. D.

(2023): Picking pithy plants: Criteria for pith selection by a wild frugivorous primate (Cebus imitator). American Journal of Biological Anthropology

Nevo, O., Cazetta, E., Classen, A., Kuppler, J.

(2022): Editorial: Anthropogenic stressors and animal–plant interactions: Implications for pollination and seed dispersal. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Nevo, O., Valenta, K., Helman, A., Ganzhorn, J. U., Ayasse, M.

(2022): Fruit scent as an honest signal for fruit quality. BMC Ecology and Evolution

von Hoermann, C., Weithmann, S., Sikorski, J., Nevo, O., Szpila, K., Grzywacz, A., Grunwald, J.-E., Reckel, F., Overmann, J., Steiger, S., Ayasse, M.

(2022): Linking bacteria, volatiles and insects on carrion: the role of temporal and spatial factors regulating inter-kingdom communication via volatiles. Royal Society Open Science

Valenta, K. and Nevo, O.

(2022): The illusiveness of seed dispersal syndromes. A commentary on: Fleshy fruit traits and seed dispersers: which traits define syndromes?. Annals of Botany

Ross, A. C., Bryer, M. A. H., Chapman, C. A., Rothman, J. M., Nevo, O., Valenta, K.

(2022): Why eat flowers? Symphonia globulifera flowers provide a fatty resource for red-tailed monkeys. Folia Primatologica

Tang, J., Poirier, A. C., Duytschaever, G., Moreira, L. A. A., Nevo, O. and Melin, A. D.

(2021): Assessing urinary odours across the oestrous cycle in a mouse model using portable and benchtop gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Royal Society Open Science

Valenta, K., Bornbusch, S. L., Jacques, Y. D., Nevo, O.

(2021): In the eye of the beholder: Is color classification consistent among human observers?. Ecology and Evolution

K. Valenta, H. D. Bhramdat, G. V. Calhoun, D. J. Daegling, O. Nevo   

(2021): Variation in ripe fruit hardness: a mechanical constraint?. Oikos

Nevo, O., K. Valenta, A. Kleiner, D. Razafimandimby, J. A. J. Jeffrey, C. A. Chapman, M. Ayasse

(2020): The evolution of fruit scent: phylogenetic and developmental constraints. BMC Evolutionary Biology

Nevo, O., M. H. Schmitt, M. Ayasse, K. Valenta

(2020): Sweet tooth: Elephants detect fruit sugar levels based on scent alone. Ecology and Evolution

Valenta, K., M. H. Schmitt, M. Ayasse, O. Nevo

(2020): The sensory ecology of fear: African elephants show aversion to olfactory predator signals. Conservation Science and Practice
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