(* equal contribution, # supervised student or postdoc co-author)

M. Hanic, F. Schuhmann, A. Frederiksen, C. Langebrake, G. Manthey#, M. Liedvogel, J. Xu, H. Mouritsen, I. Solov'yov (2022) Computational reconstruction and analysis of structural models of avian cryptochrome 4. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, doi: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.2c00878

H.C. Justen#, T. Hasselmann#, J.C. Illera, K.E. Delmore#, M. Senyaki, K. Kawamura, B. Helm, Liedvogel M. (2022)Characterization of Clock gene polymorphism across breeding latitude and migratory behaviour of Stonechat subspecies. Scientific Reports. 12, 7947 doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-11158-z

J. Ishigohoka#, M. Liedvogel (2022) Dispatch Evolutionary Genetics: Inversions – do not quail but go big. Curr Bio32, R76-R78. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.12.016

M.J. Wood, C. Canonne, A. Besnard, S. Lachish, S.M. Fairhurst, M. Liedvogel, D. Boyle, S.D. Patrick, S. Josey, H. Kirk, B. Dean, T. Guilford, R.M. McCleery, C.M.Perrins (2021) Demographic profiles and environmental drivers of variation relate to individual breeding state in a long-lived trans-oceanic migratory seabird, the Manx shearwater. PLoS ONE 16(12): e0260812. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0260812

P.W.H. Holland, C.D. Jiggins, M. Liedvogel, G. Warren, Y. Wurm (2021). Functional genomics of supergene-controlled behavior in the white-throated sparrow. Faculty Reviews10:(75) doi: 10.12703/r-01-000003

L. Spiecker, B. Leberecht, C. Langebrake#, M. Laurien, S.R. Apte, H. Mouritsen, G. Gerlach, M. Liedvogel (2021). Endless skies and open seas – how birds and fish navigate. Neuroforum 27, 127-139. doi:10.1515/nf-2021-0009.

B.M. Van Doren#, G.J. Conway, R.J. Phillips, # G.C. Evans, G.C.M. Roberts, M. Liedvogel* and B.C Sheldon* (2021). Human Human activity shapes the wintering ecology of a migratory bird. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.15597

S. Lisovski, M. Liedvogel (2021). A bird’s migration decoded. Nature.  doi: 10.1038/d41586-021-00510-4

K.E. Delmore*#, B. Van Doren*#, G.J. Conway, T. Curk, T. Garrido-Garduño#, R.R. Germain, T. Hasselmann#, D. Hiemer, H.P. van der Jeugd, H. Justen#, J.S. Lugo Ramos#, I. Maggini, B.S. Meyer#, R.J. Phillips, M. Remisiewicz, G.C.M. Roberts, B.C. Sheldon, W. Vogl, M. Liedvogel (2020) Individual variability and versatility in an eco-evolutionary model of avian migration. Proceedings of the Royal Society B287, 20201339. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2020.1339

S. Feng, J. Stiller, …, N. Thiele#, K.E. Delmore#, M. Liedvogelet al. (2020). Densely sampling genomes across the diversity of birds increases power of comparative genomics analyses. Nature, 587, 252-257. doi: 10.1038/s41586-020-2873-9

K.E. Delmore#, J.C. Illera, J. Pérez-Tris, G. Segelbacher, J.S. Lugo Ramos#, G. Durieux#, J. Ishigohoka#, M. Liedvogel (2020). The genomics of European blackcap migration. eLife.9, e54462. doi: 10.7554/eLife.54462 (featured in Science: C. Ash 2020: Should I stay or should I go? 368, 1202-1203. doi: 10.1126/science.368.6496.1202-c)

C. Merlin*, M. Liedvogel* (2019). The genetics and epigenetics of animal migration and orientation: birds, butterflies, and beyond. Journal of Experimental Biology222, jeb191890. doi: 10.1242/jeb.191890

H.R. Koch#, Blohm-Sievers, E., M. Liedvogel (2019). Rapid sex determination of a wild passerine species using loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP). Ecology and Evolution 9, 5849-5858. doi: 10.1002/ece3.5168

K. Sokolovskis, M. Lundberg, M. Liedvogel, D. Solovyeva, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch (2019). Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the Far East Siberian willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus yakutensis in relation to the European subspecies P. t. trochilus and P. t. acredula.Journal of Ornithology160, 721-731.doi: 10.1007/s10336-019-01653-y

K.E. Delmore#, J.S. Lugo Ramos#, B.M. van Doren#, M. Lundberg, S. Bensch, D.E. Irwin, M. Liedvogel (2018).Comparative genomic analysis reveals limited repeatability in patterns of genomic divergence across birds. Evolution Letters2, 76-87. doi: 10.1002/evl3.46

M. Liedvogel. (2018). Molekulare Grundlagen und genetische Architektur des Vogelzugs. Vogelwarte 56, 324-325

J.S. Lugo Ramos#, K.E. Delmore#, M. Liedvogel (2017). Candidate genes for migration do not distinguish migratory and non-migratory birds. Journal of Comparative Physiology A203, 383-397. doi: 10.1007/s00359-017-1184-6

M. Lundberg, M. Liedvogel, K. Larson, H. Sigeman, M. Grahn, A. Wright, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch (2017). Genetic differences between willow warbler migratory phenotypes are few and cluster in large haplotype blocks. Evolution Letters 1, 155-168. doi: 10.1002/evl3.15

B.M. van Doren#, L. Campagna, B. Helm, J.C. Illera, I.J. Lovette, M. Liedvogel (2017). Correlated patterns of genetic diversity and differentiation across an avian family. Molecular Ecology 26, 3982-3997. doi: 10.1111/mec.14083

B.M. van Doren#, M. Liedvogel, B. Helm (2017). Programmed and flexible: long-term Zugunruhe data highlight the many axes of variation in avian migratory behaviour. Journal of Avian Biology48, 155-172. doi: 10.1111/jav.01348

K.E. Delmore*#, M. Liedvogel* (2016). Investigating factors that generate and maintain variation in migratory orientation: a primer for recent and future work. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience10, 3. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2016.00003

P. Bolte, F. Bleibaum, A. Einwich, A. Günther, M. Liedvogel, et al. (2016). Localisation of the putative magnetoreceptive protein cryptochrome 1b in the retinae of migratory birds and homing pigeons. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0147819. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0147819

J. Boss, M. Liedvogel, M. Lundberg, P. Olsson, N. Reischke, S. Naurin, S. Åkesson, D. Hasselquist, A. Wright, M. Grahn, S. Bensch (2016). Gene expression in the brain of a migratory bird during breeding and migration. Movement Ecology15, 4:4. doi: 10.1186/s40462-016-0069-6

M. Liedvogel, K. Larson, M. Lundberg, A. Gursoy, L.I. Wassenaar, K.A. Hobson, S. Bensch, S. Åkesson (2014). No evidence for assortative mating within a willow warbler migratory divide. Frontiers in Zoology 11, 52

K.W. Larson, M. Liedvogel, B. Addison, O. Kleven, T. Laskemoen, J.T. Lifjeld, M. Lundberg, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch (2014). Allelic variation in a willow warbler genomic region is associated with climate clines. PLoS ONE9, e95252

M. Liedvogel (2013). Dispersal – dispersing across scales and disciplines. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28, 385–386

K. Larson, M. Liedvogel, S. Bensch, S. Åkesson, L. Wassenaar, K. Hobson (2013). Inferring the ecology of willow warblers during their winter moult by sequential stable isotope analyses of remiges. Journal of Avian Biology44, 561-566

M. Lundberg, J. Boss, B. Canbäck, M. Liedvogel, K.W. Larson, M. Grahn, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch, A. Wright (2013).Characterisation of a transcriptome to find sequence differences between two differentially migrating subspecies of the willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus. BMC Genomics14, 330-340

M. Liedvogel, B. Chapman, R. Muheim, S. Åkesson (2013). The behavioural ecology of animal movement – synthesis and future directions. Animal Migration 1, 39-46

M. Liedvogel*, C. Cornwallis*, B.C. Sheldon (2012). Integrating candidate gene and quantitative genetic approaches to understand variation in timing of breeding in wild tit populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 813-823

M. Liedvogel, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch (2011). The genetics of migration on the move. Trends in Ecology & Evolution26, 561-569

M. Liedvogel, B.C. Sheldon (2010). Low variability and absence of phenotypic correlates of Clock gene variation in the great tit. Journal of Avian Biology41, 543-550

M. Zapka, D. Heyers, M.Liedvogel, E.D. Jarvis, H. Mouritsen (2010). Night-time activation of Cluster N in a day- and night-migrating bird. European Journal of Neuroscience 32, 619-624

M. Liedvogel, H. Mouritsen (2010). Cryptochromes – a potential magnetoreceptor: what do we know and what do we want to know? Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7, S147-S162

P. Korsten, J.C. Mueller, C. Hermannstädter, K.M. Bouwman, N.J. Dingemanse, P.J. Drent, M. Liedvogel, E. Matthysen, K. van Oers, T. van Overveld, S.C. Patrick, J.L. Quinn, B.C. Sheldon,J.M. Tinbergen, B. Kempenaers (2010). Association between DRD4 gene polymorphism and personality variation in great tits: a test across four wild populations. Molecular Ecology19, 832-843

M. Liedvogel, M. Szulkin, S.C.L. Knowles, M. Wood, B.C. Sheldon (2009). Phenotypic correlates of variation at the Clock gene in a wild blue tit population: evidence for a role in seasonal timing of reproduction. Molecular Ecology 18, 2444-2456

H. Mouritsen, G. Feenders, A. Hegemann, M. Liedvogel (2009). Thermal paper can replace typewriter correction paper in Emlen funnels. Journal of Ornithology 150, 713-715

G. Feenders, M. Liedvogel, M. Rivas, M. Zapka, H. Horita, E. Hara, K. Wada, H. Mouritsen, E.D. Jarvis (2008). Molecular mapping of movement-associated areas in the avian brain: a motor theory for vocal learning origin. PLoS ONE3 (3): e1768

M. Liedvogel, K. Maeda, K. Henbest, E. Schleicher, T. Simon, P.J. Hore, C.R. Timmel, H. Mouritsen (2007). Chemical magnetoreception: bird cryptochrome 1a is excited by blue light and forms long-lived radical-pairs. PLoS ONE2 (10): e1106

M. Liedvogel, G. Feenders, K. Wada, E.D. Jarvis, H. Mouritsen (2007). Lateralized activation of Cluster N in the brains of migratory songbirds. European Journal of Neuroscience25, 1166-1173

M. Liedvogel (2006). Cryptochromes and magnetoreception in migratory songbirds. Journal of Ornithology 147 Suppl, 73-74

H. Mouritsen, G. Feenders, M. Liedvogel, K. Wada, E.D. Jarvis (2005). A night vision brain area in migratory songbirds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA102, 8339-8344

H. Mouritsen, U. Janssen-Bienhold, M. Liedvogel, G. Feenders, J. Stalleicken, P. Dirks, R. Weiler (2004). Cryptochromes and activity markers co-localize in bird retina during magnetic orientation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA101, 14294-14299

H. Mouritsen, G. Feenders, M. Liedvogel, W. Kropp (2004). Migratory birds use head scans to detect the direction of the Earth’s magnetic field. Current Biology14, 1946-1949

| Book chapters |

G. Durieux#, M. Liedvogel Orientation and navigation in the animal world. In: Position Navigation & Timing technologies in the 21st Century (eds. J. Morton, F. van Diggelen, J. Spilker, B. Parkinson), Wiley-IEEE, 1689-1709. doi: 10.1002/9781119458555.ch54

K.E. Delmore*#, M. Liedvogel* (2020). Avian population genomics taking off: latest findings and future prospects. Chapter 17 in: Statistical Population Genomics, Methods in Molecular Biology (ed. J. Dutheil). pp 413-433. Springer, Germany. doi: 0.1007/978-1-0716-0199-0_17

M. Liedvogel (2019). Genetics of Animal and Bird Migration. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour (ed. J.C. Choe), (2nd ed.). vol. 2, 323-330. Elsevier, Academic Press. ISBN: 978-0-12-809633-8, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-809633-8.90062-1

M. Liedvogel*, K.E. Delmore*# (2018). (Micro)evolutionary changes and the evolutionary potential of bird migration. In: Bird species, how they arise, modify and vanish (ed. D.T. Tietze). 109-127. Springer, Germany, ISBN 978-3-319-91689-7, pp 109-127

R. Muheim, M. Liedvogel (2015). The Light-dependent Magnetic Compass. In: Photobiology. The Science of Life and Light (ed. L.O. Björn). Springer Netherlands, 3rd ed. 2013, XII, ISBN 978-0-387-72655-7, 323-334

M. Liedvogel, M. Lundberg (2014). The genetics of animal movement and migration syndromes. In: Animal Movement Across Scales (eds. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson), Oxford University Press, 219-231

R. Muheim, J. Boström, S. Åkesson, M. Liedvogel (2014). Sensory mechanisms of animal orientation and navigation. In: Animal Movement Across Scales (eds. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson), Oxford University Press,179-194

S. Åkesson, J. Boström, M. Liedvogel, R. Muheim (2014). Animal Navigation. In: Animal Movement Across Scales (eds. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson), Oxford University Press, 151-178

L.-A. Hansson, S. Akesson, …, M. Liedvogel et al. (2014). A synthesis of animal movement across scales. In: Animal Movement Across Scales (eds. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson), Oxford University Press, 259-267


| Outreach |

C. Langebrake#, B.S. Meyer#, M. Liedvogel (2021). Molekulare Grundlagen des Vogelzuges. BioSpektrum. 27, 28-30 doi: 10.1007/s12268-021-1511-y)

M. Liedvogel. (2018). Gleichgewichtssinn der Vögel - Wieso der Vogel nicht von der Stange fällt. VSAO-Journal

M. Liedvogel (2017). Magnetsinn bei Tieren. VSAO-Journal 3:38-39

M. Liedvogel (2017). Migration genetics – how do migratory birds find their way? MPG yearbook

M. Liedvogel (2016). Handbuch für kleine Wattforscher. Verlag Enno Söker. ISBN-10: 3941163221

M. Liedvogel (2016). Bestimmungsbogen für kleine Wattforscher. Verlag Enno Söker. ISBN-10: 394116323X

M. Liedvogel (2012). Is there a compass-needle in the upper beak of birds? Navigation News Nov/Dec 12, 12-13

M. Liedvogel (2011). Can humans sense the Earth’s magnetic field? Navigation News Sep/Oct 11, 28

M. Liedvogel, C. Mora (2011). Animal navigation research – nature's giant jigsaw puzzle. Nav News Mar/Apr 11, 8-11

M. Liedvogel (2009). The Cryptochrome Controversy. Navigation News Jan/Feb 09, 24-26


| Media |

Deutschlandfunk Kultur (08.05.2021) "Welttag der Zugvögel" Interview with Deutschlandfunk Kultur (listen to the Interview (in German))

ARTE (12.10.2019) Wundersame Wanderungen - the blackcap is main actor in one of four documentaries on the less well known heros of migration. It was super interesting, lots of fun, and a huge honour having had the amazing crew of ARTE devoting one of their series on a large body of our work. One focus of the documentary is on our work using geolocator technology to characterise the fascinating variability in phenotype across the blackcap's breeding range with one focus in the hybrid zone across the central European migratory divide and a second focus on the increasing numbers of blackcaps spending their winter in the British Isles following a newly established northwesterly direction. Thanks, ARTE, great story and wonderful pictures!

Sanger Institute Videoclip (20.12.2018) We are adding European Robin to the list of migratory species our lab uses to understand the genetics of migration. This project is part of the SFB 1372 Magnetoreception and Navigation in Vertebrates and the reference genome was assembled in collboration with the Wellcome Sanger Institute to celebrate its 25th Anniversary (they compiled this little video with a little more background info on our work)