PD Dr. Stefan Abrahamczyk

Kurator für mitteleuropäische Gefäßpflanzenflora

Mitteleuropäische Gefäßpflanzenflora; Floristische Kartierung Baden-Württembergs

Kontakt

Tel.:
0711 / 8936-212
Fax:
0711 / 8936-100

Forschungsprofil

Ich interessiere mich für die Ökologie und Evolution von Pflanze-Bestäuber Interaktionen und Veränderungen von Pflanzengemeinschaften seit Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Projekte

Floristische Kartierung Baden-Württemberg

Publikationen

2022

  • Abrahamczyk S., Struck J.-H., Weigend M. 2022 The best of two worlds - ecology and evolution of ambophilous plants. Biological Reviews, doi: 10.1111/brv.12911.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Roth T., Kessler M., Heer N. Temporal changes in the Swiss flora – implications for flower-visiting insects. BMC Ecology & Evolution 22: 109.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Steudel, B. Why are some hummingbird-pollinated plant clades so species-rich? American Journal of Botany 109: 1059-1062.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Weigend M., Becker K., Dannenberg, L.S., Eberz J., Atella-Hödtke N., Steudel B. Influence of plant reproductive systems on the evolution of hummingbird pollination. Ecology and Evolution 12: e8621.

2021

  • Abrahamczyk S., Jandová M., Líblová Z., Janssens S.B., Dostálek T., Holstein N., Fischer E. Sympatric species of the Impatiens purpureo-violacea complex differ in chromosome number, habitat type and/or pollination syndrome. Ecology & Evolution 11: 17485-17495.

  • Fischer E., Abrahamczyk S. (geteilte Erstautorenschaft), Holstein N., Janssens S.B. Evolution of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) in the Albertine Rift – The endemic Impatiens purpureoviolacea complex consists of ten species. Taxon 70: 1273-1299.

  • Liesen J., Specht, R., Abrahamczyk S., Katz E.-C., Stiels D. Altes neu entdeckt – Bonn-Dottendorf heute und vor 50 Jahren: Städtische Vogelgemeinschaft im Wandel. Falke 68: 30-33.

  • Dalsgaard B., Maruyama P.K., Sonne J., Hansen K., Zanata T.B., Abrahamczyk S., et al. The influence of biogeographical and evolutionary histories on morphological trait-matching and resource specialization in mutualistic hummingbird-plant networks. Functional Ecology 35: 1120-1133.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Thielen M., Weigend M. Frequency of flower visitors and achene production increase with rising population size in the self-incompatible herb Centaurea scabiosa (Asteraceae). Plant Ecology 222: 613-623.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Humphreys A.M., Trabert F., Droppelmann F., Gleichmann M., Krieger V., Linnartz M., Lozada-Gobilard S., Rahelivololona M.E., Schubert M., Janssens S.B., Weigend M., Fischer E. Evolution of brood-site mimicry and autogamy in Madagascan Impatiens (Balsaminaceae). Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 49: 125590.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Liesen J., Specht R., Katz E.-C., Stiels D. Long-term shifts in a suburban breeding bird community in Bonn, Germany. Bird Study 67, 448-458.

 

 

2019

  • Weigand A., Abrahamczyk S., Aubin I., Bita-Nicolae C., Bruelheide H., Carvajal-Hernández C., Cicuzza D., Erickson Nascimento da Costa L., Csiky J., Dengler J., Luís de Gasper A., Guerin G.R., Haider S., Hernández-Rojas A., Jandt U. , Reyes-Chávez J., Karger D.N., Kay Khine P., Kluge J., Krömer T., Lehnert M., Lenoir J., Moulatlet G.M., Aros Mualin D., Noben S., Olivares I., García Quintanilla L., Reich P.B., Salazar L., Silva-Mijangos L.,  Tuomisto H., Weigelt P., Zuquim G., Kreft H., Kessler M. Global fern and lycophyte richness explained: How regional and local factors shape plot richness. Journal of Biogeography 47: 59-71.

  • Kessler M., Abrahamczyk S. (geteilte Erstautorenschaft), Krömer T. The role of hummingbirds in the evolution and diversification of bromeliads: unsupported claims and untested hypotheses. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 192: 592-608.

  • Abrahamczyk S. Comparison of the ecology and evolution of plants with a generalist bird pollination system between continents and islands worldwide. Biological Reviews 94: 1658-1671.

  • Vandelook F., Janssens S.B., Gijbels P., Fischer E., van den Ende W., Honnay O., Abrahamczyk S. Nectar traits differ between pollination syndromes in Balsaminaceae. Annals of Botany 124: 269-279.

2018

  • Lozada-Gobilard S.,Weigend M., Fischer E., Janssens S., Ackermann M.,Abrahamczyk S. Breeding systems in Balsaminaceae in relation to pollen/ovule ratio, pollination syndromes, life history and biome. Plant Biology 21: 157-166.

  • Maruyama P.K., Sonne J., Vizentin-Bugoni J. , Martin Gonzalez A. M., Zanata T. B., Abrahamczyk S., Alarcon R., Araujo A. C., Araujo F. P., Baquero A. C., Chavez-Gonzalez E., Coelho A. G., Cotton P. A., Dehling D. M., Fischer E., Kohler G., Lara C., Las-Casas F. M. G., Machado A. O., Machado C. G., Maglianesi M. A., Malucelli T. S., Marin-Gomez O. H., Oliveira P. E., Ornelas J. F., Ortiz-Pulido R., Ramirez-Burbano M. B., Rocca M. A., Rodrigues L. C., Rosero-Lasprilla L., Rui A. M., Sandel B., Svenning J.-C., Tinoco B. A., Varassin I. G., Watts S., Rahbek C., Sazima M., Schleuning M., Dalsgaard B. Functional diversity mediates macroecological variation in plant-hummingbird interaction networks. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 1187-1199.

2017

  • Abrahamczyk S., Lozada-Gobilard S.,Ackermann M.,Fischer E., Krieger V., Redling A., Weigend M. A question of data quality – testing pollination syndromes in Balsaminaceae. PLoS One 12: e0186125.

  • Zanata T. B., Dalsgaard B., Passos F. C., Cotton P. A., Roper J. J., Maruyama P. K., Fischer E., Schleuning M., Martín González A. M., Vizentin-Bugoni J., Franklin D. C., Abrahamczyk S., Alárcon R., Araujo A. C., Araújo F. P., de Azevedo-Junior S. M., Baquero A. C., Böhning-Gaese K., Carstensen D. W., Chupil H., Coelho A. G., Faria R. R., Hořák D., Ingversen T. T., Janeček S., Kohler G., Lara C., Las-Casas F. M. G., Lopes A. V., Machado A. O., Machado C. G., Machado I. C., Maglianesi M. A., Malucelli T. S., Mohd-Azlan J., Moura A. C., Oliveira G. M., Oliveira P. E., Ornelas J. F., Riegert J., Rodrigues L. C., Rosero-Lasprilla L., Rui A. M., Sazima M., Schmid B., Sedláček O., Timmermann A., Vollstädt M. G. R., Wang Z., Watts S., Rahbek C., Varassin I. G. Global patterns of interaction specialization in bird-flower networks. Journal of Biogeography 44: 1891-1910.

  • Fischer E., Rahelivololona M. E., Abrahamczyk S.Impatiens galactica (Balsaminaceae), a new spurless species of Madagascar added to section Trimorphopetalum. Phytotaxa 298: 269-276.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Poretschkin C., Renner S. S. Evolutionary flexibility in five hummingbird/plant mutualistic systems: testing temporal and geographic matching. Journal of Biogeography 44: 1847-1855.

  • Hudson L. N., Newbold T., Contu S., Hill S. L. L., Lysenko I., de Palma A., Phillips H. R. P., Alhusseini T. I., Bedford F. E., Bennett D. J., Booth H., Burton V. J., Chng C. W. T., Choimes A., Correia D. L. P., Day J., Echeverría-Londoño S., Emerson S. R., Gao D., Garon M., Harrison M. L. K., Ingram D. J., Jung M., Kemp V., Kirkpatrick L., Martin C. D., Pan Y., Pask-Hale G. D., Pynegar E. L., Robinson A. N., Sanchez-Ortiz K., Senior R. A., Simmons B. I., White H. J., Zhang H., Aben J., Abrahamczyk S., et al. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution 7: 145-188.

2016

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M., Hanley D., Karger D. N., Müller M. P. J., Knauer A. C., Keller F., Schwerdtfeger M., Humphreys A. M. Pollinator adaptation, phylogenetic constraint and the evolution of floral nectar. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 112-127.

  • de Palma A., Abrahamczyk S., Aizen M. A., Albrecht M., Basset Y., Bates A., Blake R. J., Boutin C., Bugter R., Connop S., Cruz-López L., Cunningham S. A., Darvill B., Diekötter T., Dorn S., Downing N., Entling M. H., Farwig N., Felicioli A., Fonte S. J., Fowler R., Franzén M., Goulson D., Grass I., Hanley M. E., Hendrix S. D., Herrmann F., Herzog F., Holzschuh A., Jauker B., Kessler M., Knight M. E., Kruess A., Lavelle P., Le Féon V., Lentini P., Malone L. A., Marshall J., Martínez Pachón E., McFrederick Q. S., Morales C. L., Mudri-Stojnic S., Nates-Parra G., Nilsson S. G., Öckinger E., Osgathorpe L., Parra-H A., Peres C. A., Persson A. S., Petanidou T., Poveda K., Power E. F., Quaranta M., Quintero C., Rader R., Richards M. H., Roulston T., Rousseau L., Sadler J. P., Samnegård U., Schellhorn N. A., Schüepp C., Schweiger O., Smith-Pardo A. H., Steffan-Dewenter I., Stout J. C., Tonietto R. K., Tscharntke, T., Tylianakis J. M., Verboven H. A. F., Vergara C. H., Verhulst J., Westphal C., Joon Yoon H., Purvis A. Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases. Scientific Reports 6: DOI: 10.1038/srep31153.

  • Steudel B., Hallmann C., Lorenz M., Abrahamczyk S., Prinz K., Herrfurth C., Feussner I., Martini J. W. R., Kessler M. Contrasting biodiversity–ecosystem functioning relationships in phylogenetic and functional diversity. New Phytologist 212: 409-420.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Reinken B., Neumann M., Lobin W. Die Ungeduldigen: „Fleißige Lieschen“, „Balsaminen“ und „Springkräuter“ (Impatiens, Balsaminaceae). Palmengarten 80: 31-39.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Janssens S., Xixima L., Ditsch B., Fischer E. Impatiens pinganoensis (Balsaminaceae), a new species from Angola. Phytotaxa 21: 240-250.

  • Grosse-Veldmann B., Abrahamczyk S., Mutke J., Barthlott W., Weigend M. Rhipsalis (Cactaceae) - loss and gain of floral rewards is mirrored in range sizes and distribution patterns of species. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 180: 427-453.

  • Sonne J., Martín González A. M., Maruyam P. K., Sandel B., Abrahamczyk S., Alarcón R., Araujo A. C., Araujo F. P., Mendes de Azevedo Jr S., Baquero A. C., Nogués-Bravo D., Cotton P. A., Toftemark Ingversen T., Kohler G., Lara C., Guedes Las-Casas F. M., Machado A. O., Graco Machado C., Maglianesi M. A., Cerqueira Moura A., Oliveira G. M., Oliveira P. E., Ornelas J. F., da Cruz Rodrigues L., Rosero-Lasprilla L., Rui A. M., Sazima M., Schleuning M., Timmermann A., Galarda Varassin I., Vizentin-Bugoni J., Wang Z., Watts S., Fjeldså J., Svenning J.-C., Rahbek C., Dalsgaard B. High proportion of smaller-ranged hummingbird species coincides with ecological specialization across the Americas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.2512.

 

2015

  • Abrahamczyk S., Fischer E. Impatiens elianae (Balsaminaceae), a new species from central Madagascar, with notes on the taxonomic relationship of I. lyallii and I. trichoceras. Phytotaxa 226: 83-91.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Reinken B., Neumann M. Hydrocera triflora, die weitgehend unbekannte Schwesterart der Springkräuter (Impatiens). Palmengarten 79: 16-18.

  • Martín González A. M., Dalsgaard B., Nogués-Bravo D., Graham C. H., Schleuning M., Abrahamczyk S., Alarcón R., Araujo A. C., Araújo F. P., Mendes de Azevedo Jr S., Baquero A. C., Cotton P. A., Toftemark Ingversen T., Kohler G., Lara C., Guedes Las-Casas F. M., Machado A. O., Graco Machado C., Maglianesi M. A., Maruyama P. K., McGuire J., Cerqueira Moura A., Oliveira G. M., Oliveira P. E., Ornelas J. F., da Cruz Rodrigues L., Rosero-Lasprilla L., Rui A. M., Sazima M., Timmermann A., Galarda Varasin I., Vizentin-Bugoni J., Wang Z., Watts S., Rahbek C., Martinez N. D. The macroecology of phylogenetically structured hummingbird-plant networks. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 1212-1224.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Renner S. S. The temporal build-up of hummingbird/plant mutualisms in North America and temperate South America. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 104: doi:10.118/s12862-015-0388-z.

  • Karger D. N., Tuomisto H., Amoroso V. B., Darnaedi D., Hidayat A., Abrahamczyk S., Kluge J., LehnertM., Kessler M.The importance of species pool size for community composition. Ecography 38: 1243-1253.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Souto-Vilarós D., McGuire J., Renner S. S. Diversity and clade ages of the West Indian hummingbirds and the largest plant clades dependent on them: A 5-9 My young mutualistic system. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114: 848-859.

2014

  • Hudson L. N., Newbold T., Contu S., Hill S. L. L., Lysenko I., De Palma A., Phillips H. R. P., Senior R. A., Bennett D. J., Booth H., Choimes A., Correia D. L. P., Day J., Echeverría-Londoño S., Garon M., Harrison M. L. K., Ingram D. J., Jung M., Kemp V., Kirkpatrick L., Martin C. D., Pan Y, White H. J., Aben J., Abrahamczyk S., et al. The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts. Ecology and Evolution 4: 4701-4735.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M. Morphological and behavioural adaptations to feed on nectar: how the feeding ecology determines the diversity and composition of hummingbird assemblages. Journal of Ornithology 15: 333-347.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Souto-Vilarós D., Renner S. S. Escape from extreme specialization: Passionflowers, bats, and the Sword-billed Hummingbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0888.

  • Abrahamczyk S., de VosJ.M., Sedivy C., GottleuberP., Kessler M. A humped latitudinal phylogenetic diversity pattern of orchid bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini) in western Amazonia: assessing the influence of climate and geologic history. Ecography 37: 500-508.

2013

  • Salazar L., Homeier J., Kessler M., Abrahamczyk S., Lehnert M., Krömer T., Kluge J. Diversity patterns of ferns along elevation in Andean tropical forests. Plant Ecology and Diversity 8: 13-24.

  • Wagner V., Spribille T., Abrahamczyk S., Bergmeier E. Timberline meadows along a 1000 km transect in NW North America: species diversity and community patterns. Applied Vegetation Science 17: 129-141.

  • Cicuzza D., Krömer T., Dalberg Poulsen A., AbrahamczykS., Delhotal T., Martinez Piedra H., Kessler M. A transcontinental comparison of the diversity and composition of tropical forest understory herb assemblages. Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 755-772.

  • Karger D. N., Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M. Abundance and species richness of hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in the fragmented landscape of Santa Cruz (Bolivia). Ecología en Bolivia 48: 4-51.

2012

  • Kessler M., Hertel D., Jungkunst H. F., Kluge J., Abrahamczyk S., Bos M., Buchori D., Gerold G., Gradstein S. R., Köhler S., Leuschner C., Moser G., Pitopang R., Saleh S., Schulze C. H., Sporn S. G., Steffan-Dewenter I., Tjitrosoedirdjo S. S., Tscharntke T. Can joint carbon and biodiversity management in tropical agroforestry landscapes be optimized?Plos One 7: doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047192.

  • Schleuning, M., Fründ, J, Klein A.-M., AbrahamczykS., Alarcón R., Albrecht M., Andersson G. K. S., Bazarian S., Böhning-Gaese K., Bommarco R., Dalsgaard B., Dehling D. M., Gotlieb A., Hagen M., Hickler T., Holzschuh A., Kaiser-Bunbury C. N., Kreft H., Morris R. J., Sandel B., Sutherland W. J., Svenning H.-C., Tscharntke T., Watts S., Weiner C. N., Werner M., Williams N. M., Winqvist C., Dormann C. F., Blüthgen N. Specialization of mutualistic interaction networks decreases towards tropical latitudes. Current Biology 22: doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2012.08.015.

  • Karger D. N., Kluge J., Abrahamczyk S.,Salazar L., Hohmeier J.,Lehnert M., Amoros V. B., Kessler M. Bryophyte cover on trees as proxy for air humidity in the tropics. Ecological Indicators 20: 277-281.

2011

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kluge J., Gareca Y., Reichle S., Kessler M. The influence of climatic seasonality on the diversity of different tropical pollinator groups. PLoS One 6: DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0027115.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Gottleuber P., Kessler M. Seasonal changes in odour preferences by male Euglossine bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and their ecological implications. Apidologie 43: 212-217.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Gottleuber P., Matauschek C., Kessler M. Latitudinal trends in diversity and community composition of Euglossine bee assemblages (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in western Amazonia. Biodiversity and Conservation 20: 2981-3001.

  • Kessler M., Abrahamczyk S., Bos M., Buchori D., Dwi Putra D., Gradstein S. R., Höhn P., Kluge J., Orend F., Pitopang R., Saleh S., Schulze C. H., Sporn S. G., Steffan-Dewenter I., Tjitrosoedirdjo S. S., Tscharntke T. Cost-effectiveness of plant and animal biodiversity indicators in tropical forest and agroforest habitats. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 330-339.

2010

  • Abrahamczyk S., Steudel B., Kessler M. Sampling Hymenoptera along a precipitation gradient in tropical forests: the effectiveness of different coloured pan traps. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 137: 262-268.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M. Hummingbird diversity, food niche characters, and assemblage composition along a latitudinal precipitation gradient in the Bolivian lowlands. Journal of Ornithology 151: 615-625.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M. Ecological and distributional notes on hummingbirds from Bolivian lowland forests. Bulletin of the British Ornithological`s Club 130: 8-12.

2009

  • Clough Y., Abrahamczyk S., Adams M.-O., Anshary A., Ariyanti N., Betz L., Buchori D., Cicuzza D., Darras K., Dwi Putra D., Fiala B., Gradstein S.R., Kessler M., Klein A.-M., Pitopang R., Sahari B., Scherber C., Schulze C.H., Shahabuddin, Sporn S., Stenchly K., Tjitrosoedirdjo S.S., Wanger T.C., Weist M., Wielgoss A., Tscharntke T. Biodiversity patterns and trophic interactions in human-dominated tropical landscapes in Sulawesi (Indonesia): plants, arthropods and vertebrates. In Tscharntke T., Leuschner C., Veldkamp E., Faust H., Guhardja E., Bidin A. (Eds.) Tropical rainforests and agroforests under global change. Environmental Series, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-642-00492-6.

  • Kessler M., Abrahamczyk S., Bos M., Putra M. M., Gradstein S. R., Höhn P., Orend F., Pitopang R., Saleh S. Schulze C. H., Sporn S. G., Steffen-Dewenter I., Tscharntke T. Alpha and beta diversity of plants and animals along a tropical land-use gradient. Ecological Applications 19: 2142-2156.

2008

  • Bergmeier E., Abrahamczyk S. Current and historical diversity and new records of Cretan wetland plants. Willdenowia 38: 433-453.

  • Abrahamczyk S., Kessler M., Putra D. D., Waltert M., Tscharntke T. The value of differently managed cacao plantations for forest bird conservation in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bird Conservation International 18: 349-362.

2007

  • Bergmeier E., Abrahamczyk S. Ecology and distribution of the Aegean wetland endemics Carex cretica and Lathyrus neurolobus. Beiheft Nova Hedwigia 131: 207-219.