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Department of Primatology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

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Hohmann G, Gerloff U, Tautz D, Fruth B, 1999. Social bonds and genetic ties: kinship, association and affiliation in a community of bonobos (Pan paniscus). Behaviour 136, 1219-1235.

Gerloff U, Hartung B, Fruth B, Hohmann G, Tautz D, 1999. Intracommunity relationships, dispersal pattern and control of paternity in a wild living community of bonobos (Pan paniscus) determined from DNA analyses of fecal samples, Proc Royal Soc B, 266:1189-1195.

Gagneux P, Wills C, Gerloff U, Tautz D, Morin P, Boesch C, Fruth B, Hohmann G, Ryder O, Woodruff D. 1999. Mitochondrial sequences show diverse evolutionary histories of African hominids. PNAS, 96:5077-5082.


Fruth B, Hohmann G, McGrew WC, 1998. The Pan species. In Dolhinow P, Fuentes A (eds), The Nonhuman Primates, pp 64-71, Mayfield Publ. Comp., Mountain View, London, Toronto.


Fruth B, Hohmann G, 1996. Nest building behavior in the great apes: the great leap forward ? In McGrew WC, Marchant LF, Nishida T (eds), Great Ape Societies, pp 225-240, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

Hohmann G, Fruth B, 1996. Food sharing and status in unprovisioned bonobos. In Wiessner P, Schiefenhoevel W (eds), Food and the Status Quest, pp 47-67, Berghahn, Providence & Oxford.


Hohmann G, Fruth B, 1995. Loud calls in Great apes: sex differences and social correlates. In Zimmermann E, Newman JD, J├╝rgens U, Current Topics in Primate Vocal Communication, pp 161-184, Plenum Press, New York & London.

Gerloff U, Schl├Âtterer C, Rassmann K, Rambold I, Hohmann G, Fruth B, Tautz D, 1995. Amplification of hypervariable simple sequence repeats (microsatelites) from excremental DNA of wild living bonobos (Pan paniscus). Molecular Ecol 4:515-518.


Fruth B, Hohmann G, 1994. Comparative analyses of nest-building behavior in bonobos and chimpanzees. In Wrangham RW, McGrew WC, de Waal FB, Heltne PG (eds) Chimpanzee Cultures, pp 109-128, Harvard Univ. Press Cambridge & London.

Hohmann G, Fruth B, 1994. Structure and use of distance calls in wild bonobos (Pan paniscus). Int J Primat 15:767-782.

Fruth B, Hohmann G, 1994. Nests: living artefacts of recent apes ? Current Anthropology 35:310-311.


Fruth B, Hohmann G, 1993. Ecological and behavioural aspects of nest building in wild bonobos (Pan paniscus). Ethology 94:113-126.

Hohmann G, Fruth B, 1993. Field observations on meat sharing among bonobos (Pan paniscus). Folia primatol 60:225-229.


Hohmann G, 1991. Comparative investigation of vocal communication in four Old World monkeys: analyses of age- and sex-specific patterns of vocal behaviour, Folia primatol 56:133-156.

Hohmann G, Vogl L, 1991. Loud calls of male Nilgiri langurs: age-, individual-, and population-specific differences. Int J Primat 12:503-524.


Hohmann G, 1990. Preliminary investigation of male loud calls of purple-faced leaf monkeys (Presbytis senex). Folia primatol 55:200-206.


Hohmann G, 1989. Vocal communication in wild bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata). Primates 30:325-345.

Hohmann G, 1989. Comparative study of vocal communication in two Asian leaf monkeys, Presbytis johnii and P. entellus. Folia primatol. 52:27-57.

Hohmann G, 1989. New evidence for hybridisation in Presbytis johnii and P. entellus. J Bomb Nat Hist Soc 117:33-37.

Hohmann G, 1989. Group fission in Nilgiri langurs (Presbytis johnii), Int J Primat 10:441-454.


Hohmann G, 1988. A simple case of tool use in wild lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). Primates 29:565-567.

Hohmann G, 1988. Ananlyses of loud calls provide new evidence for hybridization between two Asian leaf monkeys (Presbytis johnii, P. entellus). Folia primatol 51:209-213.


Hohmann G, Herzog M, 1985. Vocal communication in lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). Folia primatol 45:148-178.