Harrison JP 1767 Horn M
Harrison JP 1767 Daims H
Harrison JP 1767 Berry D
Harrison JP 1767 Loy A
Harrison JP 1767 Wagner M
Harrison JP 1767 Eichorst SA
Harrison JP 1767 Mussmann M
Harrison JP 1767 Wasmund K
Harrison JP 1767 Herbold CW
Harrison JP 1767 Sedlacek CJ
Hoellein TJ 1958 Horn M
Hoellein TJ 1958 Daims H
Hoellein TJ 1958 Berry D
Hoellein TJ 1958 Loy A
Hoellein TJ 1958 Wagner M
Hoellein TJ 1958 Eichorst SA
Hoellein TJ 1958 Mussmann M
Hoellein TJ 1958 Wasmund K
Hoellein TJ 1958 Herbold CW
Hoellein TJ 1958 Sedlacek CJ
Sapp M 1769 Horn M
Sapp M 1769 Daims H
Sapp M 1769 Berry D
Sapp M 1769 Loy A
Sapp M 1769 Wagner M
Sapp M 1769 Eichorst SA
Sapp M 1769 Mussmann M
Sapp M 1769 Wasmund K
Sapp M 1769 Herbold CW
Sapp M 1769 Sedlacek CJ
Tagg AS 1766 Horn M
Tagg AS 1766 Daims H
Tagg AS 1766 Berry D
Tagg AS 1766 Loy A
Tagg AS 1766 Wagner M
Tagg AS 1766 Eichorst SA
Tagg AS 1766 Mussmann M
Tagg AS 1766 Wasmund K
Tagg AS 1766 Herbold CW
Tagg AS 1766 Sedlacek CJ
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Horn M
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Daims H
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Berry D
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Loy A
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Wagner M
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Eichorst SA
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Mussmann M
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Wasmund K
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Herbold CW
Ju-Nam Y 1768 Sedlacek CJ
Ojeda JJ 1772 Horn M
Ojeda JJ 1772 Daims H
Ojeda JJ 1772 Berry D
Ojeda JJ 1772 Loy A
Ojeda JJ 1772 Wagner M
Ojeda JJ 1772 Eichorst SA
Ojeda JJ 1772 Mussmann M
Ojeda JJ 1772 Wasmund K
Ojeda JJ 1772 Herbold CW
Ojeda JJ 1772 Sedlacek CJ
Daims H 308 Horn M
Daims H 308 Daims H
Daims H 308 Berry D
Daims H 308 Loy A
Daims H 308 Wagner M
Daims H 308 Eichorst SA
Daims H 308 Mussmann M
Daims H 308 Wasmund K
Daims H 308 Herbold CW
Daims H 308 Sedlacek CJ
Hausmann B 324 Horn M
Hausmann B 324 Daims H
Hausmann B 324 Berry D
Hausmann B 324 Loy A
Hausmann B 324 Wagner M
Hausmann B 324 Eichorst SA
Hausmann B 324 Mussmann M
Hausmann B 324 Wasmund K
Hausmann B 324 Herbold CW
Hausmann B 324 Sedlacek CJ
Pjevac P 1297 Horn M
Pjevac P 1297 Daims H
Pjevac P 1297 Berry D
Pjevac P 1297 Loy A
Pjevac P 1297 Wagner M
Pjevac P 1297 Eichorst SA
Pjevac P 1297 Mussmann M
Pjevac P 1297 Wasmund K
Pjevac P 1297 Herbold CW
Pjevac P 1297 Sedlacek CJ
Schreck K 1413 Horn M
Schreck K 1413 Daims H
Schreck K 1413 Berry D
Schreck K 1413 Loy A
Schreck K 1413 Wagner M
Schreck K 1413 Eichorst SA
Schreck K 1413 Mussmann M
Schreck K 1413 Wasmund K
Schreck K 1413 Herbold CW
Schreck K 1413 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold CW 321 Horn M
Herbold CW 321 Daims H
Herbold CW 321 Berry D
Herbold CW 321 Loy A
Herbold CW 321 Wagner M
Herbold CW 321 Eichorst SA
Herbold CW 321 Mussmann M
Herbold CW 321 Wasmund K
Herbold CW 321 Herbold CW
Herbold CW 321 Sedlacek CJ
Daims H 308 Horn M
Daims H 308 Daims H
Daims H 308 Berry D
Daims H 308 Loy A
Daims H 308 Wagner M
Daims H 308 Eichorst SA
Daims H 308 Mussmann M
Daims H 308 Wasmund K
Daims H 308 Herbold CW
Daims H 308 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Loy A 306 Horn M
Loy A 306 Daims H
Loy A 306 Berry D
Loy A 306 Loy A
Loy A 306 Wagner M
Loy A 306 Eichorst SA
Loy A 306 Mussmann M
Loy A 306 Wasmund K
Loy A 306 Herbold CW
Loy A 306 Sedlacek CJ
Daims H 308 Horn M
Daims H 308 Daims H
Daims H 308 Berry D
Daims H 308 Loy A
Daims H 308 Wagner M
Daims H 308 Eichorst SA
Daims H 308 Mussmann M
Daims H 308 Wasmund K
Daims H 308 Herbold CW
Daims H 308 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Pjevac P 1297 Horn M
Pjevac P 1297 Daims H
Pjevac P 1297 Berry D
Pjevac P 1297 Loy A
Pjevac P 1297 Wagner M
Pjevac P 1297 Eichorst SA
Pjevac P 1297 Mussmann M
Pjevac P 1297 Wasmund K
Pjevac P 1297 Herbold CW
Pjevac P 1297 Sedlacek CJ
Meier DV 2043 Horn M
Meier DV 2043 Daims H
Meier DV 2043 Berry D
Meier DV 2043 Loy A
Meier DV 2043 Wagner M
Meier DV 2043 Eichorst SA
Meier DV 2043 Mussmann M
Meier DV 2043 Wasmund K
Meier DV 2043 Herbold CW
Meier DV 2043 Sedlacek CJ
Markert S 1366 Horn M
Markert S 1366 Daims H
Markert S 1366 Berry D
Markert S 1366 Loy A
Markert S 1366 Wagner M
Markert S 1366 Eichorst SA
Markert S 1366 Mussmann M
Markert S 1366 Wasmund K
Markert S 1366 Herbold CW
Markert S 1366 Sedlacek CJ
Hentschker C 2044 Horn M
Hentschker C 2044 Daims H
Hentschker C 2044 Berry D
Hentschker C 2044 Loy A
Hentschker C 2044 Wagner M
Hentschker C 2044 Eichorst SA
Hentschker C 2044 Mussmann M
Hentschker C 2044 Wasmund K
Hentschker C 2044 Herbold CW
Hentschker C 2044 Sedlacek CJ
Schweder T 1365 Horn M
Schweder T 1365 Daims H
Schweder T 1365 Berry D
Schweder T 1365 Loy A
Schweder T 1365 Wagner M
Schweder T 1365 Eichorst SA
Schweder T 1365 Mussmann M
Schweder T 1365 Wasmund K
Schweder T 1365 Herbold CW
Schweder T 1365 Sedlacek CJ
Becher D 1364 Horn M
Becher D 1364 Daims H
Becher D 1364 Berry D
Becher D 1364 Loy A
Becher D 1364 Wagner M
Becher D 1364 Eichorst SA
Becher D 1364 Mussmann M
Becher D 1364 Wasmund K
Becher D 1364 Herbold CW
Becher D 1364 Sedlacek CJ
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Horn M
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Daims H
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Berry D
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Loy A
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Wagner M
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Eichorst SA
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Mussmann M
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Wasmund K
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Herbold CW
Gruber-Vodicka HR 1146 Sedlacek CJ
Richter M 1563 Horn M
Richter M 1563 Daims H
Richter M 1563 Berry D
Richter M 1563 Loy A
Richter M 1563 Wagner M
Richter M 1563 Eichorst SA
Richter M 1563 Mussmann M
Richter M 1563 Wasmund K
Richter M 1563 Herbold CW
Richter M 1563 Sedlacek CJ
Bach W 1327 Horn M
Bach W 1327 Daims H
Bach W 1327 Berry D
Bach W 1327 Loy A
Bach W 1327 Wagner M
Bach W 1327 Eichorst SA
Bach W 1327 Mussmann M
Bach W 1327 Wasmund K
Bach W 1327 Herbold CW
Bach W 1327 Sedlacek CJ
Amann R 353 Horn M
Amann R 353 Daims H
Amann R 353 Berry D
Amann R 353 Loy A
Amann R 353 Wagner M
Amann R 353 Eichorst SA
Amann R 353 Mussmann M
Amann R 353 Wasmund K
Amann R 353 Herbold CW
Amann R 353 Sedlacek CJ
Meyerdierks A 2045 Horn M
Meyerdierks A 2045 Daims H
Meyerdierks A 2045 Berry D
Meyerdierks A 2045 Loy A
Meyerdierks A 2045 Wagner M
Meyerdierks A 2045 Eichorst SA
Meyerdierks A 2045 Mussmann M
Meyerdierks A 2045 Wasmund K
Meyerdierks A 2045 Herbold CW
Meyerdierks A 2045 Sedlacek CJ
Kitzinger K 304 Horn M
Kitzinger K 304 Daims H
Kitzinger K 304 Berry D
Kitzinger K 304 Loy A
Kitzinger K 304 Wagner M
Kitzinger K 304 Eichorst SA
Kitzinger K 304 Mussmann M
Kitzinger K 304 Wasmund K
Kitzinger K 304 Herbold CW
Kitzinger K 304 Sedlacek CJ
Koch H 380 Horn M
Koch H 380 Daims H
Koch H 380 Berry D
Koch H 380 Loy A
Koch H 380 Wagner M
Koch H 380 Eichorst SA
Koch H 380 Mussmann M
Koch H 380 Wasmund K
Koch H 380 Herbold CW
Koch H 380 Sedlacek CJ
Lücker S 336 Horn M
Lücker S 336 Daims H
Lücker S 336 Berry D
Lücker S 336 Loy A
Lücker S 336 Wagner M
Lücker S 336 Eichorst SA
Lücker S 336 Mussmann M
Lücker S 336 Wasmund K
Lücker S 336 Herbold CW
Lücker S 336 Sedlacek CJ
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Horn M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Daims H
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Berry D
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Loy A
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Wagner M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Eichorst SA
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Mussmann M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Wasmund K
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Herbold CW
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold C 372 Horn M
Herbold C 372 Daims H
Herbold C 372 Berry D
Herbold C 372 Loy A
Herbold C 372 Wagner M
Herbold C 372 Eichorst SA
Herbold C 372 Mussmann M
Herbold C 372 Wasmund K
Herbold C 372 Herbold CW
Herbold C 372 Sedlacek CJ
Schwarz J 337 Horn M
Schwarz J 337 Daims H
Schwarz J 337 Berry D
Schwarz J 337 Loy A
Schwarz J 337 Wagner M
Schwarz J 337 Eichorst SA
Schwarz J 337 Mussmann M
Schwarz J 337 Wasmund K
Schwarz J 337 Herbold CW
Schwarz J 337 Sedlacek CJ
Daebeler A 1900 Horn M
Daebeler A 1900 Daims H
Daebeler A 1900 Berry D
Daebeler A 1900 Loy A
Daebeler A 1900 Wagner M
Daebeler A 1900 Eichorst SA
Daebeler A 1900 Mussmann M
Daebeler A 1900 Wasmund K
Daebeler A 1900 Herbold CW
Daebeler A 1900 Sedlacek CJ
Mueller AJ 2127 Horn M
Mueller AJ 2127 Daims H
Mueller AJ 2127 Berry D
Mueller AJ 2127 Loy A
Mueller AJ 2127 Wagner M
Mueller AJ 2127 Eichorst SA
Mueller AJ 2127 Mussmann M
Mueller AJ 2127 Wasmund K
Mueller AJ 2127 Herbold CW
Mueller AJ 2127 Sedlacek CJ
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Horn M
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Daims H
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Berry D
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Loy A
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Wagner M
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Eichorst SA
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Mussmann M
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Wasmund K
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Herbold CW
Lukumbuzya M 2128 Sedlacek CJ
Romano S 1910 Horn M
Romano S 1910 Daims H
Romano S 1910 Berry D
Romano S 1910 Loy A
Romano S 1910 Wagner M
Romano S 1910 Eichorst SA
Romano S 1910 Mussmann M
Romano S 1910 Wasmund K
Romano S 1910 Herbold CW
Romano S 1910 Sedlacek CJ
Leisch N 1144 Horn M
Leisch N 1144 Daims H
Leisch N 1144 Berry D
Leisch N 1144 Loy A
Leisch N 1144 Wagner M
Leisch N 1144 Eichorst SA
Leisch N 1144 Mussmann M
Leisch N 1144 Wasmund K
Leisch N 1144 Herbold CW
Leisch N 1144 Sedlacek CJ
Karst SM 378 Horn M
Karst SM 378 Daims H
Karst SM 378 Berry D
Karst SM 378 Loy A
Karst SM 378 Wagner M
Karst SM 378 Eichorst SA
Karst SM 378 Mussmann M
Karst SM 378 Wasmund K
Karst SM 378 Herbold CW
Karst SM 378 Sedlacek CJ
Kirkegaard R 2129 Horn M
Kirkegaard R 2129 Daims H
Kirkegaard R 2129 Berry D
Kirkegaard R 2129 Loy A
Kirkegaard R 2129 Wagner M
Kirkegaard R 2129 Eichorst SA
Kirkegaard R 2129 Mussmann M
Kirkegaard R 2129 Wasmund K
Kirkegaard R 2129 Herbold CW
Kirkegaard R 2129 Sedlacek CJ
Albertsen M 631 Horn M
Albertsen M 631 Daims H
Albertsen M 631 Berry D
Albertsen M 631 Loy A
Albertsen M 631 Wagner M
Albertsen M 631 Eichorst SA
Albertsen M 631 Mussmann M
Albertsen M 631 Wasmund K
Albertsen M 631 Herbold CW
Albertsen M 631 Sedlacek CJ
Nielsen PH 448 Horn M
Nielsen PH 448 Daims H
Nielsen PH 448 Berry D
Nielsen PH 448 Loy A
Nielsen PH 448 Wagner M
Nielsen PH 448 Eichorst SA
Nielsen PH 448 Mussmann M
Nielsen PH 448 Wasmund K
Nielsen PH 448 Herbold CW
Nielsen PH 448 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Daims H 308 Horn M
Daims H 308 Daims H
Daims H 308 Berry D
Daims H 308 Loy A
Daims H 308 Wagner M
Daims H 308 Eichorst SA
Daims H 308 Mussmann M
Daims H 308 Wasmund K
Daims H 308 Herbold CW
Daims H 308 Sedlacek CJ
Schmidt H 1913 Horn M
Schmidt H 1913 Daims H
Schmidt H 1913 Berry D
Schmidt H 1913 Loy A
Schmidt H 1913 Wagner M
Schmidt H 1913 Eichorst SA
Schmidt H 1913 Mussmann M
Schmidt H 1913 Wasmund K
Schmidt H 1913 Herbold CW
Schmidt H 1913 Sedlacek CJ
Nunan N 2106 Horn M
Nunan N 2106 Daims H
Nunan N 2106 Berry D
Nunan N 2106 Loy A
Nunan N 2106 Wagner M
Nunan N 2106 Eichorst SA
Nunan N 2106 Mussmann M
Nunan N 2106 Wasmund K
Nunan N 2106 Herbold CW
Nunan N 2106 Sedlacek CJ
Höck A 2107 Horn M
Höck A 2107 Daims H
Höck A 2107 Berry D
Höck A 2107 Loy A
Höck A 2107 Wagner M
Höck A 2107 Eichorst SA
Höck A 2107 Mussmann M
Höck A 2107 Wasmund K
Höck A 2107 Herbold CW
Höck A 2107 Sedlacek CJ
Eickhorst T 2108 Horn M
Eickhorst T 2108 Daims H
Eickhorst T 2108 Berry D
Eickhorst T 2108 Loy A
Eickhorst T 2108 Wagner M
Eickhorst T 2108 Eichorst SA
Eickhorst T 2108 Mussmann M
Eickhorst T 2108 Wasmund K
Eickhorst T 2108 Herbold CW
Eickhorst T 2108 Sedlacek CJ
Kaiser C 693 Horn M
Kaiser C 693 Daims H
Kaiser C 693 Berry D
Kaiser C 693 Loy A
Kaiser C 693 Wagner M
Kaiser C 693 Eichorst SA
Kaiser C 693 Mussmann M
Kaiser C 693 Wasmund K
Kaiser C 693 Herbold CW
Kaiser C 693 Sedlacek CJ
Woebken D 278 Horn M
Woebken D 278 Daims H
Woebken D 278 Berry D
Woebken D 278 Loy A
Woebken D 278 Wagner M
Woebken D 278 Eichorst SA
Woebken D 278 Mussmann M
Woebken D 278 Wasmund K
Woebken D 278 Herbold CW
Woebken D 278 Sedlacek CJ
Xaynaud X 2110 Horn M
Xaynaud X 2110 Daims H
Xaynaud X 2110 Berry D
Xaynaud X 2110 Loy A
Xaynaud X 2110 Wagner M
Xaynaud X 2110 Eichorst SA
Xaynaud X 2110 Mussmann M
Xaynaud X 2110 Wasmund K
Xaynaud X 2110 Herbold CW
Xaynaud X 2110 Sedlacek CJ
Kolinko S 1942 Horn M
Kolinko S 1942 Daims H
Kolinko S 1942 Berry D
Kolinko S 1942 Loy A
Kolinko S 1942 Wagner M
Kolinko S 1942 Eichorst SA
Kolinko S 1942 Mussmann M
Kolinko S 1942 Wasmund K
Kolinko S 1942 Herbold CW
Kolinko S 1942 Sedlacek CJ
Wu YW 1943 Horn M
Wu YW 1943 Daims H
Wu YW 1943 Berry D
Wu YW 1943 Loy A
Wu YW 1943 Wagner M
Wu YW 1943 Eichorst SA
Wu YW 1943 Mussmann M
Wu YW 1943 Wasmund K
Wu YW 1943 Herbold CW
Wu YW 1943 Sedlacek CJ
Tachea F 1944 Horn M
Tachea F 1944 Daims H
Tachea F 1944 Berry D
Tachea F 1944 Loy A
Tachea F 1944 Wagner M
Tachea F 1944 Eichorst SA
Tachea F 1944 Mussmann M
Tachea F 1944 Wasmund K
Tachea F 1944 Herbold CW
Tachea F 1944 Sedlacek CJ
Denzel E 1945 Horn M
Denzel E 1945 Daims H
Denzel E 1945 Berry D
Denzel E 1945 Loy A
Denzel E 1945 Wagner M
Denzel E 1945 Eichorst SA
Denzel E 1945 Mussmann M
Denzel E 1945 Wasmund K
Denzel E 1945 Herbold CW
Denzel E 1945 Sedlacek CJ
Hiras J 1833 Horn M
Hiras J 1833 Daims H
Hiras J 1833 Berry D
Hiras J 1833 Loy A
Hiras J 1833 Wagner M
Hiras J 1833 Eichorst SA
Hiras J 1833 Mussmann M
Hiras J 1833 Wasmund K
Hiras J 1833 Herbold CW
Hiras J 1833 Sedlacek CJ
Gabriel R 1931 Horn M
Gabriel R 1931 Daims H
Gabriel R 1931 Berry D
Gabriel R 1931 Loy A
Gabriel R 1931 Wagner M
Gabriel R 1931 Eichorst SA
Gabriel R 1931 Mussmann M
Gabriel R 1931 Wasmund K
Gabriel R 1931 Herbold CW
Gabriel R 1931 Sedlacek CJ
Bäcker N 1946 Horn M
Bäcker N 1946 Daims H
Bäcker N 1946 Berry D
Bäcker N 1946 Loy A
Bäcker N 1946 Wagner M
Bäcker N 1946 Eichorst SA
Bäcker N 1946 Mussmann M
Bäcker N 1946 Wasmund K
Bäcker N 1946 Herbold CW
Bäcker N 1946 Sedlacek CJ
Chan LJG 1947 Horn M
Chan LJG 1947 Daims H
Chan LJG 1947 Berry D
Chan LJG 1947 Loy A
Chan LJG 1947 Wagner M
Chan LJG 1947 Eichorst SA
Chan LJG 1947 Mussmann M
Chan LJG 1947 Wasmund K
Chan LJG 1947 Herbold CW
Chan LJG 1947 Sedlacek CJ
Eichorst SA 650 Horn M
Eichorst SA 650 Daims H
Eichorst SA 650 Berry D
Eichorst SA 650 Loy A
Eichorst SA 650 Wagner M
Eichorst SA 650 Eichorst SA
Eichorst SA 650 Mussmann M
Eichorst SA 650 Wasmund K
Eichorst SA 650 Herbold CW
Eichorst SA 650 Sedlacek CJ
Frey D 1948 Horn M
Frey D 1948 Daims H
Frey D 1948 Berry D
Frey D 1948 Loy A
Frey D 1948 Wagner M
Frey D 1948 Eichorst SA
Frey D 1948 Mussmann M
Frey D 1948 Wasmund K
Frey D 1948 Herbold CW
Frey D 1948 Sedlacek CJ
Chen Q 1949 Horn M
Chen Q 1949 Daims H
Chen Q 1949 Berry D
Chen Q 1949 Loy A
Chen Q 1949 Wagner M
Chen Q 1949 Eichorst SA
Chen Q 1949 Mussmann M
Chen Q 1949 Wasmund K
Chen Q 1949 Herbold CW
Chen Q 1949 Sedlacek CJ
Azadi P 1950 Horn M
Azadi P 1950 Daims H
Azadi P 1950 Berry D
Azadi P 1950 Loy A
Azadi P 1950 Wagner M
Azadi P 1950 Eichorst SA
Azadi P 1950 Mussmann M
Azadi P 1950 Wasmund K
Azadi P 1950 Herbold CW
Azadi P 1950 Sedlacek CJ
Adams PD 1951 Horn M
Adams PD 1951 Daims H
Adams PD 1951 Berry D
Adams PD 1951 Loy A
Adams PD 1951 Wagner M
Adams PD 1951 Eichorst SA
Adams PD 1951 Mussmann M
Adams PD 1951 Wasmund K
Adams PD 1951 Herbold CW
Adams PD 1951 Sedlacek CJ
Pray TR 1952 Horn M
Pray TR 1952 Daims H
Pray TR 1952 Berry D
Pray TR 1952 Loy A
Pray TR 1952 Wagner M
Pray TR 1952 Eichorst SA
Pray TR 1952 Mussmann M
Pray TR 1952 Wasmund K
Pray TR 1952 Herbold CW
Pray TR 1952 Sedlacek CJ
Tanjore D 1953 Horn M
Tanjore D 1953 Daims H
Tanjore D 1953 Berry D
Tanjore D 1953 Loy A
Tanjore D 1953 Wagner M
Tanjore D 1953 Eichorst SA
Tanjore D 1953 Mussmann M
Tanjore D 1953 Wasmund K
Tanjore D 1953 Herbold CW
Tanjore D 1953 Sedlacek CJ
Petzold CJ 1954 Horn M
Petzold CJ 1954 Daims H
Petzold CJ 1954 Berry D
Petzold CJ 1954 Loy A
Petzold CJ 1954 Wagner M
Petzold CJ 1954 Eichorst SA
Petzold CJ 1954 Mussmann M
Petzold CJ 1954 Wasmund K
Petzold CJ 1954 Herbold CW
Petzold CJ 1954 Sedlacek CJ
Gladden JM 1955 Horn M
Gladden JM 1955 Daims H
Gladden JM 1955 Berry D
Gladden JM 1955 Loy A
Gladden JM 1955 Wagner M
Gladden JM 1955 Eichorst SA
Gladden JM 1955 Mussmann M
Gladden JM 1955 Wasmund K
Gladden JM 1955 Herbold CW
Gladden JM 1955 Sedlacek CJ
Simmons BA 654 Horn M
Simmons BA 654 Daims H
Simmons BA 654 Berry D
Simmons BA 654 Loy A
Simmons BA 654 Wagner M
Simmons BA 654 Eichorst SA
Simmons BA 654 Mussmann M
Simmons BA 654 Wasmund K
Simmons BA 654 Herbold CW
Simmons BA 654 Sedlacek CJ
Singer SW 655 Horn M
Singer SW 655 Daims H
Singer SW 655 Berry D
Singer SW 655 Loy A
Singer SW 655 Wagner M
Singer SW 655 Eichorst SA
Singer SW 655 Mussmann M
Singer SW 655 Wasmund K
Singer SW 655 Herbold CW
Singer SW 655 Sedlacek CJ
Angel R 325 Horn M
Angel R 325 Daims H
Angel R 325 Berry D
Angel R 325 Loy A
Angel R 325 Wagner M
Angel R 325 Eichorst SA
Angel R 325 Mussmann M
Angel R 325 Wasmund K
Angel R 325 Herbold CW
Angel R 325 Sedlacek CJ
Nepel M 2031 Horn M
Nepel M 2031 Daims H
Nepel M 2031 Berry D
Nepel M 2031 Loy A
Nepel M 2031 Wagner M
Nepel M 2031 Eichorst SA
Nepel M 2031 Mussmann M
Nepel M 2031 Wasmund K
Nepel M 2031 Herbold CW
Nepel M 2031 Sedlacek CJ
Panhölzl C 1930 Horn M
Panhölzl C 1930 Daims H
Panhölzl C 1930 Berry D
Panhölzl C 1930 Loy A
Panhölzl C 1930 Wagner M
Panhölzl C 1930 Eichorst SA
Panhölzl C 1930 Mussmann M
Panhölzl C 1930 Wasmund K
Panhölzl C 1930 Herbold CW
Panhölzl C 1930 Sedlacek CJ
Schmidt H 1913 Horn M
Schmidt H 1913 Daims H
Schmidt H 1913 Berry D
Schmidt H 1913 Loy A
Schmidt H 1913 Wagner M
Schmidt H 1913 Eichorst SA
Schmidt H 1913 Mussmann M
Schmidt H 1913 Wasmund K
Schmidt H 1913 Herbold CW
Schmidt H 1913 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold C 372 Horn M
Herbold C 372 Daims H
Herbold C 372 Berry D
Herbold C 372 Loy A
Herbold C 372 Wagner M
Herbold C 372 Eichorst SA
Herbold C 372 Mussmann M
Herbold C 372 Wasmund K
Herbold C 372 Herbold CW
Herbold C 372 Sedlacek CJ
Eichorst SA 650 Horn M
Eichorst SA 650 Daims H
Eichorst SA 650 Berry D
Eichorst SA 650 Loy A
Eichorst SA 650 Wagner M
Eichorst SA 650 Eichorst SA
Eichorst SA 650 Mussmann M
Eichorst SA 650 Wasmund K
Eichorst SA 650 Herbold CW
Eichorst SA 650 Sedlacek CJ
Woebken D 278 Horn M
Woebken D 278 Daims H
Woebken D 278 Berry D
Woebken D 278 Loy A
Woebken D 278 Wagner M
Woebken D 278 Eichorst SA
Woebken D 278 Mussmann M
Woebken D 278 Wasmund K
Woebken D 278 Herbold CW
Woebken D 278 Sedlacek CJ
Mayer VE 2030 Horn M
Mayer VE 2030 Daims H
Mayer VE 2030 Berry D
Mayer VE 2030 Loy A
Mayer VE 2030 Wagner M
Mayer VE 2030 Eichorst SA
Mayer VE 2030 Mussmann M
Mayer VE 2030 Wasmund K
Mayer VE 2030 Herbold CW
Mayer VE 2030 Sedlacek CJ
Nepel M 2031 Horn M
Nepel M 2031 Daims H
Nepel M 2031 Berry D
Nepel M 2031 Loy A
Nepel M 2031 Wagner M
Nepel M 2031 Eichorst SA
Nepel M 2031 Mussmann M
Nepel M 2031 Wasmund K
Nepel M 2031 Herbold CW
Nepel M 2031 Sedlacek CJ
Blatrix R 2032 Horn M
Blatrix R 2032 Daims H
Blatrix R 2032 Berry D
Blatrix R 2032 Loy A
Blatrix R 2032 Wagner M
Blatrix R 2032 Eichorst SA
Blatrix R 2032 Mussmann M
Blatrix R 2032 Wasmund K
Blatrix R 2032 Herbold CW
Blatrix R 2032 Sedlacek CJ
Oberhauser FB 2033 Horn M
Oberhauser FB 2033 Daims H
Oberhauser FB 2033 Berry D
Oberhauser FB 2033 Loy A
Oberhauser FB 2033 Wagner M
Oberhauser FB 2033 Eichorst SA
Oberhauser FB 2033 Mussmann M
Oberhauser FB 2033 Wasmund K
Oberhauser FB 2033 Herbold CW
Oberhauser FB 2033 Sedlacek CJ
Fiedler K 2034 Horn M
Fiedler K 2034 Daims H
Fiedler K 2034 Berry D
Fiedler K 2034 Loy A
Fiedler K 2034 Wagner M
Fiedler K 2034 Eichorst SA
Fiedler K 2034 Mussmann M
Fiedler K 2034 Wasmund K
Fiedler K 2034 Herbold CW
Fiedler K 2034 Sedlacek CJ
Schönenberger J 2035 Horn M
Schönenberger J 2035 Daims H
Schönenberger J 2035 Berry D
Schönenberger J 2035 Loy A
Schönenberger J 2035 Wagner M
Schönenberger J 2035 Eichorst SA
Schönenberger J 2035 Mussmann M
Schönenberger J 2035 Wasmund K
Schönenberger J 2035 Herbold CW
Schönenberger J 2035 Sedlacek CJ
Voglmayr H 2036 Horn M
Voglmayr H 2036 Daims H
Voglmayr H 2036 Berry D
Voglmayr H 2036 Loy A
Voglmayr H 2036 Wagner M
Voglmayr H 2036 Eichorst SA
Voglmayr H 2036 Mussmann M
Voglmayr H 2036 Wasmund K
Voglmayr H 2036 Herbold CW
Voglmayr H 2036 Sedlacek CJ
Yu Y 2130 Horn M
Yu Y 2130 Daims H
Yu Y 2130 Berry D
Yu Y 2130 Loy A
Yu Y 2130 Wagner M
Yu Y 2130 Eichorst SA
Yu Y 2130 Mussmann M
Yu Y 2130 Wasmund K
Yu Y 2130 Herbold CW
Yu Y 2130 Sedlacek CJ
Han P 375 Horn M
Han P 375 Daims H
Han P 375 Berry D
Han P 375 Loy A
Han P 375 Wagner M
Han P 375 Eichorst SA
Han P 375 Mussmann M
Han P 375 Wasmund K
Han P 375 Herbold CW
Han P 375 Sedlacek CJ
Zhou L-J 2131 Horn M
Zhou L-J 2131 Daims H
Zhou L-J 2131 Berry D
Zhou L-J 2131 Loy A
Zhou L-J 2131 Wagner M
Zhou L-J 2131 Eichorst SA
Zhou L-J 2131 Mussmann M
Zhou L-J 2131 Wasmund K
Zhou L-J 2131 Herbold CW
Zhou L-J 2131 Sedlacek CJ
Li Z 2132 Horn M
Li Z 2132 Daims H
Li Z 2132 Berry D
Li Z 2132 Loy A
Li Z 2132 Wagner M
Li Z 2132 Eichorst SA
Li Z 2132 Mussmann M
Li Z 2132 Wasmund K
Li Z 2132 Herbold CW
Li Z 2132 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Men Y 1439 Horn M
Men Y 1439 Daims H
Men Y 1439 Berry D
Men Y 1439 Loy A
Men Y 1439 Wagner M
Men Y 1439 Eichorst SA
Men Y 1439 Mussmann M
Men Y 1439 Wasmund K
Men Y 1439 Herbold CW
Men Y 1439 Sedlacek CJ
Daebeler A 1900 Horn M
Daebeler A 1900 Daims H
Daebeler A 1900 Berry D
Daebeler A 1900 Loy A
Daebeler A 1900 Wagner M
Daebeler A 1900 Eichorst SA
Daebeler A 1900 Mussmann M
Daebeler A 1900 Wasmund K
Daebeler A 1900 Herbold CW
Daebeler A 1900 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold C 372 Horn M
Herbold C 372 Daims H
Herbold C 372 Berry D
Herbold C 372 Loy A
Herbold C 372 Wagner M
Herbold C 372 Eichorst SA
Herbold C 372 Mussmann M
Herbold C 372 Wasmund K
Herbold C 372 Herbold CW
Herbold C 372 Sedlacek CJ
Vierheilig J 1298 Horn M
Vierheilig J 1298 Daims H
Vierheilig J 1298 Berry D
Vierheilig J 1298 Loy A
Vierheilig J 1298 Wagner M
Vierheilig J 1298 Eichorst SA
Vierheilig J 1298 Mussmann M
Vierheilig J 1298 Wasmund K
Vierheilig J 1298 Herbold CW
Vierheilig J 1298 Sedlacek CJ
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Horn M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Daims H
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Berry D
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Loy A
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Wagner M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Eichorst SA
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Mussmann M
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Wasmund K
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Herbold CW
Sedlacek CJ 1909 Sedlacek CJ
Pjevac P 1297 Horn M
Pjevac P 1297 Daims H
Pjevac P 1297 Berry D
Pjevac P 1297 Loy A
Pjevac P 1297 Wagner M
Pjevac P 1297 Eichorst SA
Pjevac P 1297 Mussmann M
Pjevac P 1297 Wasmund K
Pjevac P 1297 Herbold CW
Pjevac P 1297 Sedlacek CJ
Albertsen M 631 Horn M
Albertsen M 631 Daims H
Albertsen M 631 Berry D
Albertsen M 631 Loy A
Albertsen M 631 Wagner M
Albertsen M 631 Eichorst SA
Albertsen M 631 Mussmann M
Albertsen M 631 Wasmund K
Albertsen M 631 Herbold CW
Albertsen M 631 Sedlacek CJ
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Horn M
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Daims H
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Berry D
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Loy A
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Wagner M
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Eichorst SA
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Mussmann M
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Wasmund K
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Herbold CW
Kirkegaard RH 1299 Sedlacek CJ
De La Torre JR 1989 Horn M
De La Torre JR 1989 Daims H
De La Torre JR 1989 Berry D
De La Torre JR 1989 Loy A
De La Torre JR 1989 Wagner M
De La Torre JR 1989 Eichorst SA
De La Torre JR 1989 Mussmann M
De La Torre JR 1989 Wasmund K
De La Torre JR 1989 Herbold CW
De La Torre JR 1989 Sedlacek CJ
Daims H 308 Horn M
Daims H 308 Daims H
Daims H 308 Berry D
Daims H 308 Loy A
Daims H 308 Wagner M
Daims H 308 Eichorst SA
Daims H 308 Mussmann M
Daims H 308 Wasmund K
Daims H 308 Herbold CW
Daims H 308 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Eichorst SA 650 Horn M
Eichorst SA 650 Daims H
Eichorst SA 650 Berry D
Eichorst SA 650 Loy A
Eichorst SA 650 Wagner M
Eichorst SA 650 Eichorst SA
Eichorst SA 650 Mussmann M
Eichorst SA 650 Wasmund K
Eichorst SA 650 Herbold CW
Eichorst SA 650 Sedlacek CJ
Trojan D 1896 Horn M
Trojan D 1896 Daims H
Trojan D 1896 Berry D
Trojan D 1896 Loy A
Trojan D 1896 Wagner M
Trojan D 1896 Eichorst SA
Trojan D 1896 Mussmann M
Trojan D 1896 Wasmund K
Trojan D 1896 Herbold CW
Trojan D 1896 Sedlacek CJ
Roux S 1675 Horn M
Roux S 1675 Daims H
Roux S 1675 Berry D
Roux S 1675 Loy A
Roux S 1675 Wagner M
Roux S 1675 Eichorst SA
Roux S 1675 Mussmann M
Roux S 1675 Wasmund K
Roux S 1675 Herbold CW
Roux S 1675 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold C 372 Horn M
Herbold C 372 Daims H
Herbold C 372 Berry D
Herbold C 372 Loy A
Herbold C 372 Wagner M
Herbold C 372 Eichorst SA
Herbold C 372 Mussmann M
Herbold C 372 Wasmund K
Herbold C 372 Herbold CW
Herbold C 372 Sedlacek CJ
Rattei T 307 Horn M
Rattei T 307 Daims H
Rattei T 307 Berry D
Rattei T 307 Loy A
Rattei T 307 Wagner M
Rattei T 307 Eichorst SA
Rattei T 307 Mussmann M
Rattei T 307 Wasmund K
Rattei T 307 Herbold CW
Rattei T 307 Sedlacek CJ
Woebken D 278 Horn M
Woebken D 278 Daims H
Woebken D 278 Berry D
Woebken D 278 Loy A
Woebken D 278 Wagner M
Woebken D 278 Eichorst SA
Woebken D 278 Mussmann M
Woebken D 278 Wasmund K
Woebken D 278 Herbold CW
Woebken D 278 Sedlacek CJ
Müller AL 358 Horn M
Müller AL 358 Daims H
Müller AL 358 Berry D
Müller AL 358 Loy A
Müller AL 358 Wagner M
Müller AL 358 Eichorst SA
Müller AL 358 Mussmann M
Müller AL 358 Wasmund K
Müller AL 358 Herbold CW
Müller AL 358 Sedlacek CJ
Pelikan C 322 Horn M
Pelikan C 322 Daims H
Pelikan C 322 Berry D
Pelikan C 322 Loy A
Pelikan C 322 Wagner M
Pelikan C 322 Eichorst SA
Pelikan C 322 Mussmann M
Pelikan C 322 Wasmund K
Pelikan C 322 Herbold CW
Pelikan C 322 Sedlacek CJ
de Rezende JR 559 Horn M
de Rezende JR 559 Daims H
de Rezende JR 559 Berry D
de Rezende JR 559 Loy A
de Rezende JR 559 Wagner M
de Rezende JR 559 Eichorst SA
de Rezende JR 559 Mussmann M
de Rezende JR 559 Wasmund K
de Rezende JR 559 Herbold CW
de Rezende JR 559 Sedlacek CJ
Wasmund K 1447 Horn M
Wasmund K 1447 Daims H
Wasmund K 1447 Berry D
Wasmund K 1447 Loy A
Wasmund K 1447 Wagner M
Wasmund K 1447 Eichorst SA
Wasmund K 1447 Mussmann M
Wasmund K 1447 Wasmund K
Wasmund K 1447 Herbold CW
Wasmund K 1447 Sedlacek CJ
Putz M 2098 Horn M
Putz M 2098 Daims H
Putz M 2098 Berry D
Putz M 2098 Loy A
Putz M 2098 Wagner M
Putz M 2098 Eichorst SA
Putz M 2098 Mussmann M
Putz M 2098 Wasmund K
Putz M 2098 Herbold CW
Putz M 2098 Sedlacek CJ
Glombitza C 2099 Horn M
Glombitza C 2099 Daims H
Glombitza C 2099 Berry D
Glombitza C 2099 Loy A
Glombitza C 2099 Wagner M
Glombitza C 2099 Eichorst SA
Glombitza C 2099 Mussmann M
Glombitza C 2099 Wasmund K
Glombitza C 2099 Herbold CW
Glombitza C 2099 Sedlacek CJ
Kjeldsen KU 359 Horn M
Kjeldsen KU 359 Daims H
Kjeldsen KU 359 Berry D
Kjeldsen KU 359 Loy A
Kjeldsen KU 359 Wagner M
Kjeldsen KU 359 Eichorst SA
Kjeldsen KU 359 Mussmann M
Kjeldsen KU 359 Wasmund K
Kjeldsen KU 359 Herbold CW
Kjeldsen KU 359 Sedlacek CJ
Jørgensen BB 362 Horn M
Jørgensen BB 362 Daims H
Jørgensen BB 362 Berry D
Jørgensen BB 362 Loy A
Jørgensen BB 362 Wagner M
Jørgensen BB 362 Eichorst SA
Jørgensen BB 362 Mussmann M
Jørgensen BB 362 Wasmund K
Jørgensen BB 362 Herbold CW
Jørgensen BB 362 Sedlacek CJ
Loy A 306 Horn M
Loy A 306 Daims H
Loy A 306 Berry D
Loy A 306 Loy A
Loy A 306 Wagner M
Loy A 306 Eichorst SA
Loy A 306 Mussmann M
Loy A 306 Wasmund K
Loy A 306 Herbold CW
Loy A 306 Sedlacek CJ
Angel R 325 Horn M
Angel R 325 Daims H
Angel R 325 Berry D
Angel R 325 Loy A
Angel R 325 Wagner M
Angel R 325 Eichorst SA
Angel R 325 Mussmann M
Angel R 325 Wasmund K
Angel R 325 Herbold CW
Angel R 325 Sedlacek CJ
Panhölzl C 1930 Horn M
Panhölzl C 1930 Daims H
Panhölzl C 1930 Berry D
Panhölzl C 1930 Loy A
Panhölzl C 1930 Wagner M
Panhölzl C 1930 Eichorst SA
Panhölzl C 1930 Mussmann M
Panhölzl C 1930 Wasmund K
Panhölzl C 1930 Herbold CW
Panhölzl C 1930 Sedlacek CJ
Gabriel R 1931 Horn M
Gabriel R 1931 Daims H
Gabriel R 1931 Berry D
Gabriel R 1931 Loy A
Gabriel R 1931 Wagner M
Gabriel R 1931 Eichorst SA
Gabriel R 1931 Mussmann M
Gabriel R 1931 Wasmund K
Gabriel R 1931 Herbold CW
Gabriel R 1931 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold C 372 Horn M
Herbold C 372 Daims H
Herbold C 372 Berry D
Herbold C 372 Loy A
Herbold C 372 Wagner M
Herbold C 372 Eichorst SA
Herbold C 372 Mussmann M
Herbold C 372 Wasmund K
Herbold C 372 Herbold CW
Herbold C 372 Sedlacek CJ
Wanek W 787 Horn M
Wanek W 787 Daims H
Wanek W 787 Berry D
Wanek W 787 Loy A
Wanek W 787 Wagner M
Wanek W 787 Eichorst SA
Wanek W 787 Mussmann M
Wanek W 787 Wasmund K
Wanek W 787 Herbold CW
Wanek W 787 Sedlacek CJ
Richter A 545 Horn M
Richter A 545 Daims H
Richter A 545 Berry D
Richter A 545 Loy A
Richter A 545 Wagner M
Richter A 545 Eichorst SA
Richter A 545 Mussmann M
Richter A 545 Wasmund K
Richter A 545 Herbold CW
Richter A 545 Sedlacek CJ
Eichorst SA 650 Horn M
Eichorst SA 650 Daims H
Eichorst SA 650 Berry D
Eichorst SA 650 Loy A
Eichorst SA 650 Wagner M
Eichorst SA 650 Eichorst SA
Eichorst SA 650 Mussmann M
Eichorst SA 650 Wasmund K
Eichorst SA 650 Herbold CW
Eichorst SA 650 Sedlacek CJ
Woebken D 278 Horn M
Woebken D 278 Daims H
Woebken D 278 Berry D
Woebken D 278 Loy A
Woebken D 278 Wagner M
Woebken D 278 Eichorst SA
Woebken D 278 Mussmann M
Woebken D 278 Wasmund K
Woebken D 278 Herbold CW
Woebken D 278 Sedlacek CJ
Harrison JP 1767 Horn M
Harrison JP 1767 Daims H
Harrison JP 1767 Berry D
Harrison JP 1767 Loy A
Harrison JP 1767 Wagner M
Harrison JP 1767 Eichorst SA
Harrison JP 1767 Mussmann M
Harrison JP 1767 Wasmund K
Harrison JP 1767 Herbold CW
Harrison JP 1767 Sedlacek CJ
Boardman C 2101 Horn M
Boardman C 2101 Daims H
Boardman C 2101 Berry D
Boardman C 2101 Loy A
Boardman C 2101 Wagner M
Boardman C 2101 Eichorst SA
Boardman C 2101 Mussmann M
Boardman C 2101 Wasmund K
Boardman C 2101 Herbold CW
Boardman C 2101 Sedlacek CJ
O'Callaghan K 2102 Horn M
O'Callaghan K 2102 Daims H
O'Callaghan K 2102 Berry D
O'Callaghan K 2102 Loy A
O'Callaghan K 2102 Wagner M
O'Callaghan K 2102 Eichorst SA
O'Callaghan K 2102 Mussmann M
O'Callaghan K 2102 Wasmund K
O'Callaghan K 2102 Herbold CW
O'Callaghan K 2102 Sedlacek CJ
Delort A 2103 Horn M
Delort A 2103 Daims H
Delort A 2103 Berry D
Delort A 2103 Loy A
Delort A 2103 Wagner M
Delort A 2103 Eichorst SA
Delort A 2103 Mussmann M
Delort A 2103 Wasmund K
Delort A 2103 Herbold CW
Delort A 2103 Sedlacek CJ
Song J 2104 Horn M
Song J 2104 Daims H
Song J 2104 Berry D
Song J 2104 Loy A
Song J 2104 Wagner M
Song J 2104 Eichorst SA
Song J 2104 Mussmann M
Song J 2104 Wasmund K
Song J 2104 Herbold CW
Song J 2104 Sedlacek CJ
Palermo A 2112 Horn M
Palermo A 2112 Daims H
Palermo A 2112 Berry D
Palermo A 2112 Loy A
Palermo A 2112 Wagner M
Palermo A 2112 Eichorst SA
Palermo A 2112 Mussmann M
Palermo A 2112 Wasmund K
Palermo A 2112 Herbold CW
Palermo A 2112 Sedlacek CJ
Forsberg EM 2113 Horn M
Forsberg EM 2113 Daims H
Forsberg EM 2113 Berry D
Forsberg EM 2113 Loy A
Forsberg EM 2113 Wagner M
Forsberg EM 2113 Eichorst SA
Forsberg EM 2113 Mussmann M
Forsberg EM 2113 Wasmund K
Forsberg EM 2113 Herbold CW
Forsberg EM 2113 Sedlacek CJ
Warth B 2114 Horn M
Warth B 2114 Daims H
Warth B 2114 Berry D
Warth B 2114 Loy A
Warth B 2114 Wagner M
Warth B 2114 Eichorst SA
Warth B 2114 Mussmann M
Warth B 2114 Wasmund K
Warth B 2114 Herbold CW
Warth B 2114 Sedlacek CJ
Aisporna AE 2115 Horn M
Aisporna AE 2115 Daims H
Aisporna AE 2115 Berry D
Aisporna AE 2115 Loy A
Aisporna AE 2115 Wagner M
Aisporna AE 2115 Eichorst SA
Aisporna AE 2115 Mussmann M
Aisporna AE 2115 Wasmund K
Aisporna AE 2115 Herbold CW
Aisporna AE 2115 Sedlacek CJ
Billings E 2116 Horn M
Billings E 2116 Daims H
Billings E 2116 Berry D
Billings E 2116 Loy A
Billings E 2116 Wagner M
Billings E 2116 Eichorst SA
Billings E 2116 Mussmann M
Billings E 2116 Wasmund K
Billings E 2116 Herbold CW
Billings E 2116 Sedlacek CJ
Kuang E 2117 Horn M
Kuang E 2117 Daims H
Kuang E 2117 Berry D
Kuang E 2117 Loy A
Kuang E 2117 Wagner M
Kuang E 2117 Eichorst SA
Kuang E 2117 Mussmann M
Kuang E 2117 Wasmund K
Kuang E 2117 Herbold CW
Kuang E 2117 Sedlacek CJ
Benton HP 2118 Horn M
Benton HP 2118 Daims H
Benton HP 2118 Berry D
Benton HP 2118 Loy A
Benton HP 2118 Wagner M
Benton HP 2118 Eichorst SA
Benton HP 2118 Mussmann M
Benton HP 2118 Wasmund K
Benton HP 2118 Herbold CW
Benton HP 2118 Sedlacek CJ
Berry D 275 Horn M
Berry D 275 Daims H
Berry D 275 Berry D
Berry D 275 Loy A
Berry D 275 Wagner M
Berry D 275 Eichorst SA
Berry D 275 Mussmann M
Berry D 275 Wasmund K
Berry D 275 Herbold CW
Berry D 275 Sedlacek CJ
Siuzdak G 2119 Horn M
Siuzdak G 2119 Daims H
Siuzdak G 2119 Berry D
Siuzdak G 2119 Loy A
Siuzdak G 2119 Wagner M
Siuzdak G 2119 Eichorst SA
Siuzdak G 2119 Mussmann M
Siuzdak G 2119 Wasmund K
Siuzdak G 2119 Herbold CW
Siuzdak G 2119 Sedlacek CJ
Faust K 2120 Horn M
Faust K 2120 Daims H
Faust K 2120 Berry D
Faust K 2120 Loy A
Faust K 2120 Wagner M
Faust K 2120 Eichorst SA
Faust K 2120 Mussmann M
Faust K 2120 Wasmund K
Faust K 2120 Herbold CW
Faust K 2120 Sedlacek CJ
Bauchinger F 2121 Horn M
Bauchinger F 2121 Daims H
Bauchinger F 2121 Berry D
Bauchinger F 2121 Loy A
Bauchinger F 2121 Wagner M
Bauchinger F 2121 Eichorst SA
Bauchinger F 2121 Mussmann M
Bauchinger F 2121 Wasmund K
Bauchinger F 2121 Herbold CW
Bauchinger F 2121 Sedlacek CJ
Laroche B 2122 Horn M
Laroche B 2122 Daims H
Laroche B 2122 Berry D
Laroche B 2122 Loy A
Laroche B 2122 Wagner M
Laroche B 2122 Eichorst SA
Laroche B 2122 Mussmann M
Laroche B 2122 Wasmund K
Laroche B 2122 Herbold CW
Laroche B 2122 Sedlacek CJ
de Buyl S 2123 Horn M
de Buyl S 2123 Daims H
de Buyl S 2123 Berry D
de Buyl S 2123 Loy A
de Buyl S 2123 Wagner M
de Buyl S 2123 Eichorst SA
de Buyl S 2123 Mussmann M
de Buyl S 2123 Wasmund K
de Buyl S 2123 Herbold CW
de Buyl S 2123 Sedlacek CJ
Lahti L 2124 Horn M
Lahti L 2124 Daims H
Lahti L 2124 Berry D
Lahti L 2124 Loy A
Lahti L 2124 Wagner M
Lahti L 2124 Eichorst SA
Lahti L 2124 Mussmann M
Lahti L 2124 Wasmund K
Lahti L 2124 Herbold CW
Lahti L 2124 Sedlacek CJ
Washburne AD 2125 Horn M
Washburne AD 2125 Daims H
Washburne AD 2125 Berry D
Washburne AD 2125 Loy A
Washburne AD 2125 Wagner M
Washburne AD 2125 Eichorst SA
Washburne AD 2125 Mussmann M
Washburne AD 2125 Wasmund K
Washburne AD 2125 Herbold CW
Washburne AD 2125 Sedlacek CJ
Gonze D 2126 Horn M
Gonze D 2126 Daims H
Gonze D 2126 Berry D
Gonze D 2126 Loy A
Gonze D 2126 Wagner M
Gonze D 2126 Eichorst SA
Gonze D 2126 Mussmann M
Gonze D 2126 Wasmund K
Gonze D 2126 Herbold CW
Gonze D 2126 Sedlacek CJ
Widder S 662 Horn M
Widder S 662 Daims H
Widder S 662 Berry D
Widder S 662 Loy A
Widder S 662 Wagner M
Widder S 662 Eichorst SA
Widder S 662 Mussmann M
Widder S 662 Wasmund K
Widder S 662 Herbold CW
Widder S 662 Sedlacek CJ
Ghasemian E 2055 Horn M
Ghasemian E 2055 Daims H
Ghasemian E 2055 Berry D
Ghasemian E 2055 Loy A
Ghasemian E 2055 Wagner M
Ghasemian E 2055 Eichorst SA
Ghasemian E 2055 Mussmann M
Ghasemian E 2055 Wasmund K
Ghasemian E 2055 Herbold CW
Ghasemian E 2055 Sedlacek CJ
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Horn M
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Daims H
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Berry D
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Loy A
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Wagner M
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Eichorst SA
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Mussmann M
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Wasmund K
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Herbold CW
Inic-Kanada A 2056 Sedlacek CJ
Collingro A 293 Horn M
Collingro A 293 Daims H
Collingro A 293 Berry D
Collingro A 293 Loy A
Collingro A 293 Wagner M
Collingro A 293 Eichorst SA
Collingro A 293 Mussmann M
Collingro A 293 Wasmund K
Collingro A 293 Herbold CW
Collingro A 293 Sedlacek CJ
Tagini F 2057 Horn M
Tagini F 2057 Daims H
Tagini F 2057 Berry D
Tagini F 2057 Loy A
Tagini F 2057 Wagner M
Tagini F 2057 Eichorst SA
Tagini F 2057 Mussmann M
Tagini F 2057 Wasmund K
Tagini F 2057 Herbold CW
Tagini F 2057 Sedlacek CJ
Stein E 2058 Horn M
Stein E 2058 Daims H
Stein E 2058 Berry D
Stein E 2058 Loy A
Stein E 2058 Wagner M
Stein E 2058 Eichorst SA
Stein E 2058 Mussmann M
Stein E 2058 Wasmund K
Stein E 2058 Herbold CW
Stein E 2058 Sedlacek CJ
Alchalabi H 2059 Horn M
Alchalabi H 2059 Daims H
Alchalabi H 2059 Berry D
Alchalabi H 2059 Loy A
Alchalabi H 2059 Wagner M
Alchalabi H 2059 Eichorst SA
Alchalabi H 2059 Mussmann M
Alchalabi H 2059 Wasmund K
Alchalabi H 2059 Herbold CW
Alchalabi H 2059 Sedlacek CJ
Schuerer N 2060 Horn M
Schuerer N 2060 Daims H
Schuerer N 2060 Berry D
Schuerer N 2060 Loy A
Schuerer N 2060 Wagner M
Schuerer N 2060 Eichorst SA
Schuerer N 2060 Mussmann M
Schuerer N 2060 Wasmund K
Schuerer N 2060 Herbold CW
Schuerer N 2060 Sedlacek CJ
Keše D 2061 Horn M
Keše D 2061 Daims H
Keše D 2061 Berry D
Keše D 2061 Loy A
Keše D 2061 Wagner M
Keše D 2061 Eichorst SA
Keše D 2061 Mussmann M
Keše D 2061 Wasmund K
Keše D 2061 Herbold CW
Keše D 2061 Sedlacek CJ
Babiker BE 2062 Horn M
Babiker BE 2062 Daims H
Babiker BE 2062 Berry D
Babiker BE 2062 Loy A
Babiker BE 2062 Wagner M
Babiker BE 2062 Eichorst SA
Babiker BE 2062 Mussmann M
Babiker BE 2062 Wasmund K
Babiker BE 2062 Herbold CW
Babiker BE 2062 Sedlacek CJ
Borel N 2063 Horn M
Borel N 2063 Daims H
Borel N 2063 Berry D
Borel N 2063 Loy A
Borel N 2063 Wagner M
Borel N 2063 Eichorst SA
Borel N 2063 Mussmann M
Borel N 2063 Wasmund K
Borel N 2063 Herbold CW
Borel N 2063 Sedlacek CJ
Greub G 2064 Horn M
Greub G 2064 Daims H
Greub G 2064 Berry D
Greub G 2064 Loy A
Greub G 2064 Wagner M
Greub G 2064 Eichorst SA
Greub G 2064 Mussmann M
Greub G 2064 Wasmund K
Greub G 2064 Herbold CW
Greub G 2064 Sedlacek CJ
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Horn M
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Daims H
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Berry D
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Loy A
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Wagner M
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Eichorst SA
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Mussmann M
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Wasmund K
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Herbold CW
Barisani-Asenbauer T 2065 Sedlacek CJ
Bjerg JT 2048 Horn M
Bjerg JT 2048 Daims H
Bjerg JT 2048 Berry D
Bjerg JT 2048 Loy A
Bjerg JT 2048 Wagner M
Bjerg JT 2048 Eichorst SA
Bjerg JT 2048 Mussmann M
Bjerg JT 2048 Wasmund K
Bjerg JT 2048 Herbold CW
Bjerg JT 2048 Sedlacek CJ
Boschker HTS 2049 Horn M
Boschker HTS 2049 Daims H
Boschker HTS 2049 Berry D
Boschker HTS 2049 Loy A
Boschker HTS 2049 Wagner M
Boschker HTS 2049 Eichorst SA
Boschker HTS 2049 Mussmann M
Boschker HTS 2049 Wasmund K
Boschker HTS 2049 Herbold CW
Boschker HTS 2049 Sedlacek CJ
Larsen S 2050 Horn M
Larsen S 2050 Daims H
Larsen S 2050 Berry D
Larsen S 2050 Loy A
Larsen S 2050 Wagner M
Larsen S 2050 Eichorst SA
Larsen S 2050 Mussmann M
Larsen S 2050 Wasmund K
Larsen S 2050 Herbold CW
Larsen S 2050 Sedlacek CJ
Berry D 275 Horn M
Berry D 275 Daims H
Berry D 275 Berry D
Berry D 275 Loy A
Berry D 275 Wagner M
Berry D 275 Eichorst SA
Berry D 275 Mussmann M
Berry D 275 Wasmund K
Berry D 275 Herbold CW
Berry D 275 Sedlacek CJ
Schmid M 468 Horn M
Schmid M 468 Daims H
Schmid M 468 Berry D
Schmid M 468 Loy A
Schmid M 468 Wagner M
Schmid M 468 Eichorst SA
Schmid M 468 Mussmann M
Schmid M 468 Wasmund K
Schmid M 468 Herbold CW
Schmid M 468 Sedlacek CJ
Millo D 2051 Horn M
Millo D 2051 Daims H
Millo D 2051 Berry D
Millo D 2051 Loy A
Millo D 2051 Wagner M
Millo D 2051 Eichorst SA
Millo D 2051 Mussmann M
Millo D 2051 Wasmund K
Millo D 2051 Herbold CW
Millo D 2051 Sedlacek CJ
Tataru P 2052 Horn M
Tataru P 2052 Daims H
Tataru P 2052 Berry D
Tataru P 2052 Loy A
Tataru P 2052 Wagner M
Tataru P 2052 Eichorst SA
Tataru P 2052 Mussmann M
Tataru P 2052 Wasmund K
Tataru P 2052 Herbold CW
Tataru P 2052 Sedlacek CJ
Meysman FJR 2053 Horn M
Meysman FJR 2053 Daims H
Meysman FJR 2053 Berry D
Meysman FJR 2053 Loy A
Meysman FJR 2053 Wagner M
Meysman FJR 2053 Eichorst SA
Meysman FJR 2053 Mussmann M
Meysman FJR 2053 Wasmund K
Meysman FJR 2053 Herbold CW
Meysman FJR 2053 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Nielsen LP 2054 Horn M
Nielsen LP 2054 Daims H
Nielsen LP 2054 Berry D
Nielsen LP 2054 Loy A
Nielsen LP 2054 Wagner M
Nielsen LP 2054 Eichorst SA
Nielsen LP 2054 Mussmann M
Nielsen LP 2054 Wasmund K
Nielsen LP 2054 Herbold CW
Nielsen LP 2054 Sedlacek CJ
Schramm A 453 Horn M
Schramm A 453 Daims H
Schramm A 453 Berry D
Schramm A 453 Loy A
Schramm A 453 Wagner M
Schramm A 453 Eichorst SA
Schramm A 453 Mussmann M
Schramm A 453 Wasmund K
Schramm A 453 Herbold CW
Schramm A 453 Sedlacek CJ
Webster NS 1200 Horn M
Webster NS 1200 Daims H
Webster NS 1200 Berry D
Webster NS 1200 Loy A
Webster NS 1200 Wagner M
Webster NS 1200 Eichorst SA
Webster NS 1200 Mussmann M
Webster NS 1200 Wasmund K
Webster NS 1200 Herbold CW
Webster NS 1200 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Negri AP 2047 Horn M
Negri AP 2047 Daims H
Negri AP 2047 Berry D
Negri AP 2047 Loy A
Negri AP 2047 Wagner M
Negri AP 2047 Eichorst SA
Negri AP 2047 Mussmann M
Negri AP 2047 Wasmund K
Negri AP 2047 Herbold CW
Negri AP 2047 Sedlacek CJ
Petersen JM 1317 Horn M
Petersen JM 1317 Daims H
Petersen JM 1317 Berry D
Petersen JM 1317 Loy A
Petersen JM 1317 Wagner M
Petersen JM 1317 Eichorst SA
Petersen JM 1317 Mussmann M
Petersen JM 1317 Wasmund K
Petersen JM 1317 Herbold CW
Petersen JM 1317 Sedlacek CJ
Osvatic J 2042 Horn M
Osvatic J 2042 Daims H
Osvatic J 2042 Berry D
Osvatic J 2042 Loy A
Osvatic J 2042 Wagner M
Osvatic J 2042 Eichorst SA
Osvatic J 2042 Mussmann M
Osvatic J 2042 Wasmund K
Osvatic J 2042 Herbold CW
Osvatic J 2042 Sedlacek CJ
Hausmann B 324 Horn M
Hausmann B 324 Daims H
Hausmann B 324 Berry D
Hausmann B 324 Loy A
Hausmann B 324 Wagner M
Hausmann B 324 Eichorst SA
Hausmann B 324 Mussmann M
Hausmann B 324 Wasmund K
Hausmann B 324 Herbold CW
Hausmann B 324 Sedlacek CJ
Pelikan C 322 Horn M
Pelikan C 322 Daims H
Pelikan C 322 Berry D
Pelikan C 322 Loy A
Pelikan C 322 Wagner M
Pelikan C 322 Eichorst SA
Pelikan C 322 Mussmann M
Pelikan C 322 Wasmund K
Pelikan C 322 Herbold CW
Pelikan C 322 Sedlacek CJ
Herbold CW 321 Horn M
Herbold CW 321 Daims H
Herbold CW 321 Berry D
Herbold CW 321 Loy A
Herbold CW 321 Wagner M
Herbold CW 321 Eichorst SA
Herbold CW 321 Mussmann M
Herbold CW 321 Wasmund K
Herbold CW 321 Herbold CW
Herbold CW 321 Sedlacek CJ
Köstlbacher S 1893 Horn M
Köstlbacher S 1893 Daims H
Köstlbacher S 1893 Berry D
Köstlbacher S 1893 Loy A
Köstlbacher S 1893 Wagner M
Köstlbacher S 1893 Eichorst SA
Köstlbacher S 1893 Mussmann M
Köstlbacher S 1893 Wasmund K
Köstlbacher S 1893 Herbold CW
Köstlbacher S 1893 Sedlacek CJ
Albertsen M 631 Horn M
Albertsen M 631 Daims H
Albertsen M 631 Berry D
Albertsen M 631 Loy A
Albertsen M 631 Wagner M
Albertsen M 631 Eichorst SA
Albertsen M 631 Mussmann M
Albertsen M 631 Wasmund K
Albertsen M 631 Herbold CW
Albertsen M 631 Sedlacek CJ
Eichorst SA 650 Horn M
Eichorst SA 650 Daims H
Eichorst SA 650 Berry D
Eichorst SA 650 Loy A
Eichorst SA 650 Wagner M
Eichorst SA 650 Eichorst SA
Eichorst SA 650 Mussmann M
Eichorst SA 650 Wasmund K
Eichorst SA 650 Herbold CW
Eichorst SA 650 Sedlacek CJ
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Horn M
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Daims H
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Berry D
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Loy A
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Wagner M
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Eichorst SA
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Mussmann M
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Wasmund K
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Herbold CW
Glavina del Rio T 1986 Sedlacek CJ
Huemer M 1987 Horn M
Huemer M 1987 Daims H
Huemer M 1987 Berry D
Huemer M 1987 Loy A
Huemer M 1987 Wagner M
Huemer M 1987 Eichorst SA
Huemer M 1987 Mussmann M
Huemer M 1987 Wasmund K
Huemer M 1987 Herbold CW
Huemer M 1987 Sedlacek CJ
Nielsen PH 448 Horn M
Nielsen PH 448 Daims H
Nielsen PH 448 Berry D
Nielsen PH 448 Loy A
Nielsen PH 448 Wagner M
Nielsen PH 448 Eichorst SA
Nielsen PH 448 Mussmann M
Nielsen PH 448 Wasmund K
Nielsen PH 448 Herbold CW
Nielsen PH 448 Sedlacek CJ
Rattei T 307 Horn M
Rattei T 307 Daims H
Rattei T 307 Berry D
Rattei T 307 Loy A
Rattei T 307 Wagner M
Rattei T 307 Eichorst SA
Rattei T 307 Mussmann M
Rattei T 307 Wasmund K
Rattei T 307 Herbold CW
Rattei T 307 Sedlacek CJ
Stingl U 1988 Horn M
Stingl U 1988 Daims H
Stingl U 1988 Berry D
Stingl U 1988 Loy A
Stingl U 1988 Wagner M
Stingl U 1988 Eichorst SA
Stingl U 1988 Mussmann M
Stingl U 1988 Wasmund K
Stingl U 1988 Herbold CW
Stingl U 1988 Sedlacek CJ
Tringe SG 272 Horn M
Tringe SG 272 Daims H
Tringe SG 272 Berry D
Tringe SG 272 Loy A
Tringe SG 272 Wagner M
Tringe SG 272 Eichorst SA
Tringe SG 272 Mussmann M
Tringe SG 272 Wasmund K
Tringe SG 272 Herbold CW
Tringe SG 272 Sedlacek CJ
Trojan D 1896 Horn M
Trojan D 1896 Daims H
Trojan D 1896 Berry D
Trojan D 1896 Loy A
Trojan D 1896 Wagner M
Trojan D 1896 Eichorst SA
Trojan D 1896 Mussmann M
Trojan D 1896 Wasmund K
Trojan D 1896 Herbold CW
Trojan D 1896 Sedlacek CJ
Wentrup C 1125 Horn M
Wentrup C 1125 Daims H
Wentrup C 1125 Berry D
Wentrup C 1125 Loy A
Wentrup C 1125 Wagner M
Wentrup C 1125 Eichorst SA
Wentrup C 1125 Mussmann M
Wentrup C 1125 Wasmund K
Wentrup C 1125 Herbold CW
Wentrup C 1125 Sedlacek CJ
Woebken D 278 Horn M
Woebken D 278 Daims H
Woebken D 278 Berry D
Woebken D 278 Loy A
Woebken D 278 Wagner M
Woebken D 278 Eichorst SA
Woebken D 278 Mussmann M
Woebken D 278 Wasmund K
Woebken D 278 Herbold CW
Woebken D 278 Sedlacek CJ
Pester M 303 Horn M
Pester M 303 Daims H
Pester M 303 Berry D
Pester M 303 Loy A
Pester M 303 Wagner M
Pester M 303 Eichorst SA
Pester M 303 Mussmann M
Pester M 303 Wasmund K
Pester M 303 Herbold CW
Pester M 303 Sedlacek CJ
Loy A 306 Horn M
Loy A 306 Daims H
Loy A 306 Berry D
Loy A 306 Loy A
Loy A 306 Wagner M
Loy A 306 Eichorst SA
Loy A 306 Mussmann M
Loy A 306 Wasmund K
Loy A 306 Herbold CW
Loy A 306 Sedlacek CJ
Anantharaman K 1973 Horn M
Anantharaman K 1973 Daims H
Anantharaman K 1973 Berry D
Anantharaman K 1973 Loy A
Anantharaman K 1973 Wagner M
Anantharaman K 1973 Eichorst SA
Anantharaman K 1973 Mussmann M
Anantharaman K 1973 Wasmund K
Anantharaman K 1973 Herbold CW
Anantharaman K 1973 Sedlacek CJ
Hausmann B 324 Horn M
Hausmann B 324 Daims H
Hausmann B 324 Berry D
Hausmann B 324 Loy A
Hausmann B 324 Wagner M
Hausmann B 324 Eichorst SA
Hausmann B 324 Mussmann M
Hausmann B 324 Wasmund K
Hausmann B 324 Herbold CW
Hausmann B 324 Sedlacek CJ
Jungbluth SP 1974 Horn M
Jungbluth SP 1974 Daims H
Jungbluth SP 1974 Berry D
Jungbluth SP 1974 Loy A
Jungbluth SP 1974 Wagner M
Jungbluth SP 1974 Eichorst SA
Jungbluth SP 1974 Mussmann M
Jungbluth SP 1974 Wasmund K
Jungbluth SP 1974 Herbold CW
Jungbluth SP 1974 Sedlacek CJ
Kantor RS 1975 Horn M
Kantor RS 1975 Daims H
Kantor RS 1975 Berry D
Kantor RS 1975 Loy A
Kantor RS 1975 Wagner M
Kantor RS 1975 Eichorst SA
Kantor RS 1975 Mussmann M
Kantor RS 1975 Wasmund K
Kantor RS 1975 Herbold CW
Kantor RS 1975 Sedlacek CJ
Lavy A 1976 Horn M
Lavy A 1976 Daims H
Lavy A 1976 Berry D
Lavy A 1976 Loy A
Lavy A 1976 Wagner M
Lavy A 1976 Eichorst SA
Lavy A 1976 Mussmann M
Lavy A 1976 Wasmund K
Lavy A 1976 Herbold CW
Lavy A 1976 Sedlacek CJ
Warren LA 1977 Horn M
Warren LA 1977 Daims H
Warren LA 1977 Berry D
Warren LA 1977 Loy A
Warren LA 1977 Wagner M
Warren LA 1977 Eichorst SA
Warren LA 1977 Mussmann M
Warren LA 1977 Wasmund K
Warren LA 1977 Herbold CW
Warren LA 1977 Sedlacek CJ
Rappé MS 1978 Horn M
Rappé MS 1978 Daims H
Rappé MS 1978 Berry D
Rappé MS 1978 Loy A
Rappé MS 1978 Wagner M
Rappé MS 1978 Eichorst SA
Rappé MS 1978 Mussmann M
Rappé MS 1978 Wasmund K
Rappé MS 1978 Herbold CW
Rappé MS 1978 Sedlacek CJ
Pester M 303 Horn M
Pester M 303 Daims H
Pester M 303 Berry D
Pester M 303 Loy A
Pester M 303 Wagner M
Pester M 303 Eichorst SA
Pester M 303 Mussmann M
Pester M 303 Wasmund K
Pester M 303 Herbold CW
Pester M 303 Sedlacek CJ
Loy A 306 Horn M
Loy A 306 Daims H
Loy A 306 Berry D
Loy A 306 Loy A
Loy A 306 Wagner M
Loy A 306 Eichorst SA
Loy A 306 Mussmann M
Loy A 306 Wasmund K
Loy A 306 Herbold CW
Loy A 306 Sedlacek CJ
Thomas BC 1979 Horn M
Thomas BC 1979 Daims H
Thomas BC 1979 Berry D
Thomas BC 1979 Loy A
Thomas BC 1979 Wagner M
Thomas BC 1979 Eichorst SA
Thomas BC 1979 Mussmann M
Thomas BC 1979 Wasmund K
Thomas BC 1979 Herbold CW
Thomas BC 1979 Sedlacek CJ
Banfield JF 1980 Horn M
Banfield JF 1980 Daims H
Banfield JF 1980 Berry D
Banfield JF 1980 Loy A
Banfield JF 1980 Wagner M
Banfield JF 1980 Eichorst SA
Banfield JF 1980 Mussmann M
Banfield JF 1980 Wasmund K
Banfield JF 1980 Herbold CW
Banfield JF 1980 Sedlacek CJ
Romano S 1910 Horn M
Romano S 1910 Daims H
Romano S 1910 Berry D
Romano S 1910 Loy A
Romano S 1910 Wagner M
Romano S 1910 Eichorst SA
Romano S 1910 Mussmann M
Romano S 1910 Wasmund K
Romano S 1910 Herbold CW
Romano S 1910 Sedlacek CJ
Volland JM 661 Horn M
Volland JM 661 Daims H
Volland JM 661 Berry D
Volland JM 661 Loy A
Volland JM 661 Wagner M
Volland JM 661 Eichorst SA
Volland JM 661 Mussmann M
Volland JM 661 Wasmund K
Volland JM 661 Herbold CW
Volland JM 661 Sedlacek CJ
Schintlmeister A 282 Horn M
Schintlmeister A 282 Daims H
Schintlmeister A 282 Berry D
Schintlmeister A 282 Loy A
Schintlmeister A 282 Wagner M
Schintlmeister A 282 Eichorst SA
Schintlmeister A 282 Mussmann M
Schintlmeister A 282 Wasmund K
Schintlmeister A 282 Herbold CW
Schintlmeister A 282 Sedlacek CJ
Zambalos H 1927 Horn M
Zambalos H 1927 Daims H
Zambalos H 1927 Berry D
Zambalos H 1927 Loy A
Zambalos H 1927 Wagner M
Zambalos H 1927 Eichorst SA
Zambalos H 1927 Mussmann M
Zambalos H 1927 Wasmund K
Zambalos H 1927 Herbold CW
Zambalos H 1927 Sedlacek CJ
Reipert S 1307 Horn M
Reipert S 1307 Daims H
Reipert S 1307 Berry D
Reipert S 1307 Loy A
Reipert S 1307 Wagner M
Reipert S 1307 Eichorst SA
Reipert S 1307 Mussmann M
Reipert S 1307 Wasmund K
Reipert S 1307 Herbold CW
Reipert S 1307 Sedlacek CJ
Mozetič P 1993 Horn M
Mozetič P 1993 Daims H
Mozetič P 1993 Berry D
Mozetič P 1993 Loy A
Mozetič P 1993 Wagner M
Mozetič P 1993 Eichorst SA
Mozetič P 1993 Mussmann M
Mozetič P 1993 Wasmund K
Mozetič P 1993 Herbold CW
Mozetič P 1993 Sedlacek CJ
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Horn M
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Daims H
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Berry D
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Loy A
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Wagner M
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Eichorst SA
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Mussmann M
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Wasmund K
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Herbold CW
Espada-Hinojosa S 660 Sedlacek CJ
Turk V 1994 Horn M
Turk V 1994 Daims H
Turk V 1994 Berry D
Turk V 1994 Loy A
Turk V 1994 Wagner M
Turk V 1994 Eichorst SA
Turk V 1994 Mussmann M
Turk V 1994 Wasmund K
Turk V 1994 Herbold CW
Turk V 1994 Sedlacek CJ
Wagner M 273 Horn M
Wagner M 273 Daims H
Wagner M 273 Berry D
Wagner M 273 Loy A
Wagner M 273 Wagner M
Wagner M 273 Eichorst SA
Wagner M 273 Mussmann M
Wagner M 273 Wasmund K
Wagner M 273 Herbold CW
Wagner M 273 Sedlacek CJ
Bright M 262 Horn M
Bright M 262 Daims H
Bright M 262 Berry D
Bright M 262 Loy A
Bright M 262 Wagner M
Bright M 262 Eichorst SA
Bright M 262 Mussmann M
Bright M 262 Wasmund K
Bright M 262 Herbold CW
Bright M 262 Sedlacek CJ
Michalik A 1990 Horn M
Michalik A 1990 Daims H
Michalik A 1990 Berry D
Michalik A 1990 Loy A
Michalik A 1990 Wagner M
Michalik A 1990 Eichorst SA
Michalik A 1990 Mussmann M
Michalik A 1990 Wasmund K
Michalik A 1990 Herbold CW
Michalik A 1990 Sedlacek CJ
Schulz F 296 Horn M
Schulz F 296 Daims H
Schulz F 296 Berry D
Schulz F 296 Loy A
Schulz F 296 Wagner M
Schulz F 296 Eichorst SA
Schulz F 296 Mussmann M
Schulz F 296 Wasmund K
Schulz F 296 Herbold CW
Schulz F 296 Sedlacek CJ
Michalik K 1991 Horn M
Michalik K 1991 Daims H
Michalik K 1991 Berry D
Michalik K 1991 Loy A
Michalik K 1991 Wagner M
Michalik K 1991 Eichorst SA
Michalik K 1991 Mussmann M
Michalik K 1991 Wasmund K
Michalik K 1991 Herbold CW
Michalik K 1991 Sedlacek CJ
Wascher F 399 Horn M
Wascher F 399 Daims H
Wascher F 399 Berry D
Wascher F 399 Loy A
Wascher F 399 Wagner M
Wascher F 399 Eichorst SA
Wascher F 399 Mussmann M
Wascher F 399 Wasmund K
Wascher F 399 Herbold CW
Wascher F 399 Sedlacek CJ
Horn M 264 Horn M
Horn M 264 Daims H
Horn M 264 Berry D
Horn M 264 Loy A
Horn M 264 Wagner M
Horn M 264 Eichorst SA
Horn M 264 Mussmann M
Horn M 264 Wasmund K
Horn M 264 Herbold CW
Horn M 264 Sedlacek CJ
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Horn M
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Daims H
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Berry D
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Loy A
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Wagner M
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Eichorst SA
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Mussmann M
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Wasmund K
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Herbold CW
Szklarzewicz T 1992 Sedlacek CJ
Dyksma S 1749 Horn M
Dyksma S 1749 Daims H
Dyksma S 1749 Berry D
Dyksma S 1749 Loy A
Dyksma S 1749 Wagner M
Dyksma S 1749 Eichorst SA
Dyksma S 1749 Mussmann M
Dyksma S 1749 Wasmund K
Dyksma S 1749 Herbold CW
Dyksma S 1749 Sedlacek CJ
Pjevac P 1297 Horn M
Pjevac P 1297 Daims H
Pjevac P 1297 Berry D
Pjevac P 1297 Loy A
Pjevac P 1297 Wagner M
Pjevac P 1297 Eichorst SA
Pjevac P 1297 Mussmann M
Pjevac P 1297 Wasmund K
Pjevac P 1297 Herbold CW
Pjevac P 1297 Sedlacek CJ
Ovanesov K 1904 Horn M
Ovanesov K 1904 Daims H
Ovanesov K 1904 Berry D
Ovanesov K 1904 Loy A
Ovanesov K 1904 Wagner M
Ovanesov K 1904 Eichorst SA
Ovanesov K 1904 Mussmann M
Ovanesov K 1904 Wasmund K
Ovanesov K 1904 Herbold CW
Ovanesov K 1904 Sedlacek CJ
Mussmann M 896 Horn M
Mussmann M 896 Daims H
Mussmann M 896 Berry D
Mussmann M 896 Loy A
Mussmann M 896 Wagner M
Mussmann M 896 Eichorst SA
Mussmann M 896 Mussmann M
Mussmann M 896 Wasmund K
Mussmann M 896 Herbold CW
Mussmann M 896 Sedlacek CJ
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  • Metaproteogenomic profiling of microbial communities colonizing actively venting hydrothermal chimneys

    Pjevac P, Meier DV, Markert S, Hentschker C, Schweder T, Becher D, Gruber-Vodicka HR, Richter M, Bach W, Amann R, Meyerdierks A
    2018 - Front Microbiol, in press

    Abstract: 

    At hydrothermal vent sites, chimneys consisting of sulfides, sulfates, and oxides are formed upon contact of reduced hydrothermal fluids with oxygenated seawater. The walls and surfaces of these chimneys are an important habitat for vent-associated microorganisms. We used community proteogenomics to investigate and compare the composition, metabolic potential and relative in situ protein abundance of microbial communities colonizing two actively venting hydrothermal chimneys from the Manus Basin back-arc spreading center (Papua New Guinea). We identified overlaps in the in situ functional profiles of both chimneys, despite differences in microbial community composition and venting regime. Carbon fixation on both chimneys seems to have been primarily mediated through the reverse tricarboxylic acid cycle and fueled by sulfur-oxidation, while the abundant metabolic potential for hydrogen oxidation and carbon fixation via the Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle was hardly utilized. Notably, the highly diverse microbial community colonizing the analyzed black smoker chimney had a highly redundant metabolic potential. In contrast, the considerably less diverse community colonizing the diffusely venting chimney displayed a higher metabolic versatility. An increased diversity on the phylogenetic level is thus not directly linked to an increased metabolic diversity in microbial communities that colonize hydrothermal chimneys.

  • Characterization of the first “Candidatus Nitrotoga” isolate reveals metabolic versatility and separate evolution of widespread nitrite-oxidizing bacteria

    Kitzinger K, Koch H, Lücker S, Sedlacek CJ, Herbold C, Schwarz J, Daebeler A, Mueller AJ, Lukumbuzya M, Romano S, Leisch N, Karst SM, Kirkegaard R, Albertsen M, Nielsen PH, Wagner M, Daims H
    2018 - mBio, 9: e01186-18

    Abstract: 

    Nitrification is a key process of the biogeochemical nitrogen cycle and of biological wastewater treatment. The second step, nitrite oxidation to nitrate, is catalyzed by phylogenetically diverse, chemolithoautotrophic nitrite-oxidizing bacteria (NOB). Uncultured NOB from the genus “Candidatus Nitrotoga” are widespread in natural and engineered ecosystems. Knowledge about their biology is sparse, because no genomic information and no pure “Ca. Nitrotoga” culture was available. Here we obtained the first “Ca. Nitrotoga” isolate from activated sludge. This organism, “Candidatus Nitrotoga fabula,” prefers higher temperatures (>20°C; optimum, 24 to 28°C) than previous “Ca. Nitrotoga” enrichments, which were described as cold-adapted NOB. “Ca. Nitrotoga fabula” also showed an unusually high tolerance to nitrite (activity at 30 mM NO2) and nitrate (up to 25 mM NO3). Nitrite oxidation followed Michaelis-Menten kinetics, with an apparent Km (Km(app)) of ~89 µM nitrite and a Vmax of ~28 µmol of nitrite per mg of protein per h. Key metabolic pathways of “Ca. Nitrotoga fabula” were reconstructed from the closed genome. “Ca. Nitrotoga fabula” possesses a new type of periplasmic nitrite oxidoreductase belonging to a lineage of mostly uncharacterized proteins. This novel enzyme indicates (i) separate evolution of nitrite oxidation in “Ca. Nitrotoga” and other NOB, (ii) the possible existence of phylogenetically diverse, unrecognized NOB, and (iii) together with new metagenomic data, the potential existence of nitrite-oxidizing archaea. For carbon fixation, “Ca. Nitrotoga fabula” uses the Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle. It also carries genes encoding complete pathways for hydrogen and sulfite oxidation, suggesting that alternative energy metabolisms enable “Ca. Nitrotoga fabula” to survive nitrite depletion and colonize new niches.

  • Recognizing Patterns: Spatial Analysis of Observed Microbial Colonization on Root Surfaces

    Schmidt H, Nunan N, Höck A, Eickhorst T, Kaiser C, Woebken D, Xaynaud X
    2018 - Front Environ Sci, in press

    Abstract: 

    Root surfaces are major sites of interactions between plants and associated microorganisms. Here, plants and microbes communicate via signaling molecules, compete for nutrients, and release substrates that may have beneficial or harmful effects on each other. Whilst the body of knowledge on the abundance and diversity of microbial communities at root-soil interfaces is now substantial, information on their spatial distribution at the microscale is still scarce.
    In this study, a standardized method for recognizing and analyzing microbial cell distributions on root surfaces is presented. Fluorescence microscopy was combined with automated image analysis and spatial statistics to explore the distribution of bacterial colonization patterns on rhizoplanes of rice roots. To test and evaluate the presented approach, a gnotobiotic experiment was performed using a potential nitrogen-fixing bacterial strain in combination with roots of wetland rice. 
    The automated analysis procedure resulted in reliable spatial data of bacterial cells colonizing the rhizoplane. Among all replicate roots, the analysis revealed an increasing density of bacterial cells from the root tip to the region of root cell maturation. Moreover, bacterial cells showed significant spatial clustering and tended to be located around plant root cell walls. The quantitative data suggest that the structure of the root surface plays a major role in bacterial colonization patterns. 
    Possible adaptations of the presented approach for future studies are discussed along with potential pitfalls such as inaccurate imaging. Our results demonstrate that standardized recognition and statistical evaluation of microbial colonization on root surfaces holds the potential to increase our understanding of microbial associations with roots and of the underlying ecological interactions.

  • A bacterial pioneer produces cellulase complexes that persist through community succession

    Kolinko S, Wu YW, Tachea F, Denzel E, Hiras J, Gabriel R, Bäcker N, Chan LJG, Eichorst SA, Frey D, Chen Q, Azadi P, Adams PD, Pray TR, Tanjore D, Petzold CJ, Gladden JM, Simmons BA, Singer SW
    2018 - Nat Microbiol, 3: 99-107
  • Evaluation of primers targeting the diazotroph functional gene and development of NifMAP – a bioinformatics pipeline for analyzing nifH amplicon data

    Angel R, Nepel M, Panhölzl C, Schmidt H, Herbold C, Eichorst SA, Woebken D
    2018 - Front Microbiol, 9: 1-15

    Abstract: 

    Diazotrophic microorganisms introduce biologically available nitrogen (N) to the global N cycle through the activity of the nitrogenase enzyme. The genetically conserved dinitrogenase reductase (nifH) gene is phylogenetically distributed across four clusters (I-IV) and is widely used as a marker gene for N2 fixation, permitting investigators to study the genetic diversity of diazotrophs in nature and target potential participants in N2 fixation. To date there have been limited, standardized pipelines for the nifH functional gene, which is in stark contrast to the rRNA gene. Here we present a bioinformatics pipeline for processing nifH amplicon datasets – NifMAP (“NifH MiSeq Illumina amplicon Analysis Pipeline”), which as a novel aspect uses Hidden-Markov models to filter out homologous genes to nifH. By using this pipeline, we evaluated the broadly inclusive primer pairs (Ueda19F-R6, IGK3-DVV, F2-R6) that target the nifH gene. To evaluate any systematic biases, the nifH gene was amplified with the aforementioned primer pairs in a diverse collection of environmental samples (soils, rhizosphere and roots samples, biological soil crusts and estuarine samples), in addition to a nifH mock community consisting of six phylogenetically diverse members. We noted that all primer pairs co-amplified nifH homologs to varying degrees; up to 90% of the amplicons were nifH homologs with IGK3-DVV in some samples (rhizosphere and roots from tall oat-grass). In regards to specificity, we observed some degree of bias across the primer pairs. For example, primer pair F2-R6 discriminated against cyanobacteria (amongst others), yet captured many sequences from subclusters IIIE and IIIL-N. These aforementioned subclusters were largely missing by the primer pair IGK3-DVV, which also tended to discriminate against Alphaproteobacteria, but amplified sequences within clusters IIIC (affiliated with Clostridia) and clusters IVB and IVC. Primer pair Ueda19F-R6 exhibited the least bias and successfully captured diazotrophs in cluster I and subclusters IIIE, IIIL, IIIM and IIIN, but discriminated against Firmicutes and subcluster IIIC. Taken together, our newly established bioinformatics pipeline, NifMAP, along with our systematic evaluations of nifH primer pairs permit more robust, high-throughput investigations of diazotrophs in diverse environments. 

  • Transmission of fungal partners to incipient Cecropia-tree ant colonies

    Mayer VE, Nepel M, Blatrix R, Oberhauser FB, Fiedler K, Schönenberger J, Voglmayr H
    2018 - PLoS One, 13: e0192207

    Abstract: 

    Ascomycete fungi in the nests of ants inhabiting plants (= myrmecophytes) are very often cultivated by the ants in small patches and used as food source. Where these fungi come from is not known yet. Two scenarios of fungus recruitment are possible: (1) random infection through spores or hyphal fragments from the environment, or (2) transmission from mother to daughter colonies by the foundress queen. It is also not known at which stage of the colony life cycle fungiculture is initiated, and whether the- symbiont fungi serve as food for the ant queen. To clarify these questions, we investigated four Azteca ant species inhabiting three different Cecropia species (CinsignisCobtusifolia, and Cpeltata). We analysed an rRNA gene fragment from 52 fungal patches produced by founding queens and compared them with those from established Azteca colonies (n = 54). The infrabuccal pockets of winged queens were dissected to investigate whether young queens carry fungi from their mother colony. Additionally, 15N labelling experiments were done to verify whether the queen feeds on the patches until she is nourished by her first worker offspring. We infer from the results that the fungi cultivated in hollow plant structures are transferred from the parental colony of the young queen. First, fungal genotypes/OTU diversity was not significantly different between foundress queen patches and established colonies, and second, hyphal parts were discovered in the infrabuccal pockets of female alates. We could show that fungiculture already starts before queens lay their eggs, and that the queens do not feed on fungal patch material but feed it to the larvae. Our findings suggest that fungiculture may be crucial for successful colony founding of arboreal ants in the tropics.

  • Ammonia monooxygenase-mediated cometabolic biotransformation and hydroxylamine-mediated abiotic transformation of micropollutants in an AOB/NOB co-culture

    Yu Y, Han P, Zhou L-J, Li Z, Wagner M, Men Y
    2018 - Environ Sci Technol, in press

    Abstract: 

    Biotransformation of various micropollutants (MPs) has been found to be positively correlated with nitrification in activated sludge communities. To further elucidate the roles played by ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) and nitrite-oxidizing bacteria (NOB), we investigated the biotransformation capabilities of an NOB pure culture (Nitrobacter sp.), and an AOB (Nitrosomonas europaea) / NOB (Nitrobacter sp.) co-culture for fifteen MPs, whose biotransformation were reported previously to be associated with nitrification. The NOB pure culture did not biotransform any investigated MP, whereas the AOB/NOB co-culture was capable of biotransforming asulam, and five other MPs. Two transformation products (TPs) of asulam were identified and tentative structures were proposed. Inhibition studies with octyne, an ammonia monooxygenase (AMO) inhibitor, suggested that AMO was the responsible enzyme for asulam transformation that occurred co-metabolically. Interestingly, hydroxylamine, a key intermediate of all aerobic ammonia oxidizers, was found to react with several MPs at concentrations typically occurring in AOB batch cultures. All of these MPs were also biotransformed by the AOB/NOB co-culture. Moreover, the same asulam TPs were detected in both biotransformation and hydroxylamine-treated abiotic transformation experiments. Thus, in addition to cometabolism likely carried out by AMO, an abiotic transformation route indirectly mediated by AMO might also contribute to MP biotransformation by AOB. 

  • Cultivation and genomic analysis of “Candidatus Nitrosocaldus islandicus”, an obligately thermophilic, ammonia-oxidizing thaumarchaeon from a hot spring biofilm in Graendalur valley, Iceland

    Daebeler A, Herbold C, Vierheilig J, Sedlacek CJ, Pjevac P, Albertsen M, Kirkegaard RH, De La Torre JR, Daims H, Wagner M
    2018 - Front Microbiol, 9: 193

    Abstract: 

    Ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) within the phylum Thaumarchaeota are the only known aerobic ammonia oxidizers in geothermal environments. Although molecular data indicate the presence of phylogenetically diverse AOA from the Nitrosocaldus clade, group 1.1b and group 1.1a Thaumarchaeota in terrestrial high-temperature habitats, only one enrichment culture of an AOA thriving above 50 °C has been reported and functionally analyzed. In this study, we physiologically and genomically characterized a newly discovered thaumarchaeon from the deep-branching Nitrosocaldaceae family of which we have obtained a high (~85 %) enrichment from biofilm of an Icelandic hot spring (73 °C). This AOA, which we provisionally refer to as “Candidatus Nitrosocaldus islandicus”, is an obligately thermophilic, aerobic chemolithoautotrophic ammonia oxidizer, which stoichiometricall converts ammonia to nitrite at temperatures between 50 °C and 70 °C. “Ca. N. islandicus” encodes the expected repertoire of enzymes proposed to be required for archaeal ammonia oxidation, but unexpectedly lacks a nirK gene and also possesses no identifiable other enzyme for nitric oxide (NO) generation*. Nevertheless, ammonia oxidation by this AOA appears to be NO-dependent as “Ca. N. islandicus” is, like all other tested AOA, inhibited by the addition of an NO scavenger. Furthermore, comparative genomics revealed that “Ca. N. islandicus” has the potential for aromatic amino acid fermentation as its genome encodes an indolepyruvate oxidoreductase (iorAB) as well as a type 3b hydrogenase, which are not present in any other sequenced AOA. A further surprising genomic feature of this thermophilic ammonia oxidizer is the absence of DNA polymerase D genes – one of the predominant replicative DNA polymerases in all other ammonia-oxidizing Thaumarchaeota. Collectively, our findings suggest that metabolic versatility and DNA replication might differ substantially between obligately thermophilic and other AOA.

  • Genomic insights into the Acidobacteria reveal strategies for their success in terrestrial environments

    Eichorst SA, Trojan D, Roux S, Herbold C, Rattei T, Woebken D
    2018 - Environ Microbiol, 20: 1041-1063

    Abstract: 

    Members of the phylum Acidobacteria are abundant and ubiquitous across soils. We performed the largest (to date) comparative genome analysis spanning subdivisions 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, and 23 (n=24) with the goal to identify features to help explain their prevalence in soils and understand their ecophysiology. In contrast to earlier studies, our analysis revealed that bacteriophage integration events along with transposable and mobile elements influenced the structure and plasticity of these genomes. Low- and high-affinity respiratory oxygen reductases were detected in multiple genomes, suggesting the capacity for growing across different oxygen gradients. Amongst many genomes, the capacity to use a diverse collection of carbohydrates, as well as inorganic and organic N sources (such as extracellular peptidases), were detected – both advantageous traits in environments with fluctuating nutrient environments. We also identified multiple soil acidobacteria with the potential to scavenge atmospheric concentrations of H2, now encompassing mesophilic soil strains within the subdivision 1 and 3, in addition to a previously identified thermophilic strain in subdivision 4. This large-scale acidobacteria genome analysis reveals traits that provide genomic, physiological and metabolic versatility, presumably allowing flexibility and versatility in the challenging and fluctuating soil environment.

  • Bacterial interactions during sequential degradation of cyanobacterial necromass in a sulfidic arctic marine sediment

    Müller AL, Pelikan C, de Rezende JR, Wasmund K, Putz M, Glombitza C, Kjeldsen KU, Jørgensen BB, Loy A
    2018 - Environ Microbiol, In press

    Abstract: 

    Seafloor microorganisms impact global carbon cycling by mineralizing vast quantities of organic matter (OM) from pelagic primary production, which is predicted to increase in the Arctic because of diminishing sea ice cover. We studied microbial interspecies-carbon-flow during anaerobic OM degradation in arctic marine sediment using stable isotope probing. We supplemented sediment incubations with 13C-labeled cyanobacterial necromass (spirulina), mimicking fresh OM input, or acetate, an important OM degradation intermediate, and monitored sulfate reduction rates and concentrations of volatile fatty acids (VFAs) during substrate degradation. Sequential 16S rRNA gene and transcript amplicon sequencing and fluorescence in situ hybridization combined with Raman microspectroscopy revealed that only few bacterial species were the main degraders of 13C-spirulina necromass. Psychrilyobacter, Psychromonas, Marinifilum, Colwellia, Marinilabiaceae and Clostridiales species were likely involved in the primary hydrolysis and fermentation of spirulina. VFAs, mainly acetate, produced from spirulina degradation were mineralized by sulfate-reducing bacteria and an Arcobacter species. Cellular activity of Desulfobacteraceae and Desulfobulbaceae species during acetoclastic sulfate reduction was largely decoupled from relative 16S rRNA gene abundance shifts. Our findings provide new insights into the identities and physiological constraints that determine the population dynamics of key microorganisms during complex OM degradation in arctic marine sediments.

  • Application of stable-isotope labelling techniques for the detection of active diazotrophs

    Angel R, Panhölzl C, Gabriel R, Herbold C, Wanek W, Richter A, Eichorst SA, Woebken D
    2018 - Environmental Microbiology, 20: 44-61

    Abstract: 

    Investigating active participants in the fixation of dinitrogen gas is vital as N is often a limiting factor for primary production. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) is performed by a diverse guild of bacteria and archaea (diazotrophs), which can be free-living or symbionts. Free-living diazotrophs are widely distributed in the environment, yet our knowledge about their identity and ecophysiology is still limited. A major challenge in investigating this guild is inferring activity from genetic data as this process is highly regulated. To address this challenge, we evaluated and improved several 15N-based methods for detecting N2 fixation activity (with a focus on soil samples) and studying active diazotrophs. We compared the acetylene reduction assay and the 15N2 tracer method and demonstrated that the latter is more sensitive in samples with low activity. Additionally, tracing 15N into microbial RNA provides much higher sensitivity compared to bulk soil analysis. Active soil diazotrophs were identified with a 15N-RNA-SIP approach optimized for environmental samples and benchmarked to 15N-DNA-SIP. Lastly, we investigated the feasibility of using SIP-Raman microspectroscopy for detecting 15N-labelled cells. Taken together, these tools allow identifying and investigating active free-living diazotrophs in a highly sensitive manner in diverse environments, from bulk to the single-cell level.

  • Biodegradability standards for carrier bags and plastic films in aquatic environments: a critical review

    Harrison JP, Boardman C, O'Callaghan K, Delort A, Song J
    2018 - Royal Society Open Science, in press

    Abstract: 

    Plastic litter is encountered in aquatic ecosystems across the globe, including polar environments and the deep sea. To mitigate the adverse societal and ecological impacts of this waste, there has been debate on whether ‘biodegradable' materials should be granted exemptions from plastic bag bans and levies. However, great care must be exercised when attempting to define this term, due to the broad and complex range of physical and chemical conditions encountered within natural ecosystems. Here, we review existing international industry standards and regional test methods for evaluating the biodegradability of plastics within aquatic environments (wastewater, unmanaged freshwater and marine habitats). We argue that current standards and test methods are insufficient in their ability to realistically predict the biodegradability of carrier bags in these environments, due to several shortcomings in experimental procedures and a paucity of information in the scientific literature. Moreover, existing biodegradability standards and test methods for aquatic environments do not involve toxicity testing or account for the potentially adverse ecological impacts of carrier bags, plastic additives, polymer degradation products or small (microscopic) plastic particles that can arise via fragmentation. Successfully addressing these knowledge gaps is a key requirement for developing new biodegradability standard(s) for lightweight carrier bags.

  • Fluorinated Gold Nanoparticles for Nanostructure Imaging Mass Spectrometry.

    Palermo A, Forsberg EM, Warth B, Aisporna AE, Billings E, Kuang E, Benton HP, Berry D, Siuzdak G
    2018 - ACS Nano, in press

    Abstract: 

    Nanostructure imaging mass spectrometry (NIMS) with fluorinated gold nanoparticles (f-AuNPs) is a nanoparticle assisted laser desorption/ionization approach that requires low laser energy and has demonstrated high sensitivity. Here we describe NIMS with f-AuNPs for the comprehensive analysis of metabolites in biological tissues. F-AuNPs assist in desorption/ionization by laser-induced release of the fluorocarbon chains with minimal background noise. Since the energy barrier required to release the fluorocarbons from the AuNPs is minimal, the energy of the laser is maintained in the low μJ/pulse range, thus limiting metabolite in-source fragmentation. Electron microscopy analysis of tissue samples after f-AuNP NIMS shows a distinct "raising" of the surface as compared to matrix assisted laser desorption ionization ablation, indicative of a gentle desorption mechanism aiding in the generation of intact molecular ions. Moreover, the use of perfluorohexane to distribute the f-AuNPs on the tissue creates a hydrophobic environment minimizing metabolite solubilization and spatial dislocation. The transfer of the energy from the incident laser to the analytes through the release of the fluorocarbon chains similarly enhances the desorption/ionization of metabolites of different chemical nature, resulting in heterogeneous metabolome coverage. We performed the approach in a comparative study of the colon of mice exposed to three different diets. F-AuNP NIMS allows the direct detection of carbohydrates, lipids, bile acids, sulfur metabolites, amino acids, nucleotide precursors as well as other small molecules of varied biological origins. Ultimately, the diversified molecular coverage obtained provides a broad picture of a tissue's metabolic organization.

  • Signatures of ecological processes in microbial community time series.

    Faust K, Bauchinger F, Laroche B, de Buyl S, Lahti L, Washburne AD, Gonze D, Widder S
    2018 - Microbiome, 1: 120

    Abstract: 

    Growth rates, interactions between community members, stochasticity, and immigration are important drivers of microbial community dynamics. In sequencing data analysis, such as network construction and community model parameterization, we make implicit assumptions about the nature of these drivers and thereby restrict model outcome. Despite apparent risk of methodological bias, the validity of the assumptions is rarely tested, as comprehensive procedures are lacking. Here, we propose a classification scheme to determine the processes that gave rise to the observed time series and to enable better model selection.
    We implemented a three-step classification scheme in R that first determines whether dependence between successive time steps (temporal structure) is present in the time series and then assesses with a recently developed neutrality test whether interactions between species are required for the dynamics. If the first and second tests confirm the presence of temporal structure and interactions, then parameters for interaction models are estimated. To quantify the importance of temporal structure, we compute the noise-type profile of the community, which ranges from black in case of strong dependency to white in the absence of any dependency. We applied this scheme to simulated time series generated with the Dirichlet-multinomial (DM) distribution, Hubbell's neutral model, the generalized Lotka-Volterra model and its discrete variant (the Ricker model), and a self-organized instability model, as well as to human stool microbiota time series. The noise-type profiles for all but DM data clearly indicated distinctive structures. The neutrality test correctly classified all but DM and neutral time series as non-neutral. The procedure reliably identified time series for which interaction inference was suitable. Both tests were required, as we demonstrated that all structured time series, including those generated with the neutral model, achieved a moderate to high goodness of fit to the Ricker model.
    We present a fast and robust scheme to classify community structure and to assess the prevalence of interactions directly from microbial time series data. The procedure not only serves to determine ecological drivers of microbial dynamics, but also to guide selection of appropriate community models for prediction and follow-up analysis.

  • Detection of Chlamydiaceae and Chlamydia-like organisms on the ocular surface of children and adults from a trachoma-endemic region

    Ghasemian E, Inic-Kanada A, Collingro A, Tagini F, Stein E, Alchalabi H, Schuerer N, Keše D, Babiker BE, Borel N, Greub G, Barisani-Asenbauer T
    2018 - Sci Rep, 1: 7432

    Abstract: 

    Trachoma, the leading infectious cause of blindness, is caused by Chlamydia trachomatis (Ct), a bacterium of the phylum Chlamydiae. Recent investigations revealed the existence of additional families within the phylum Chlamydiae, also termed Chlamydia-like organisms (CLOs). In this study, the frequency of Ct and CLOs was examined in the eyes of healthy Sudanese (control) participants and those with trachoma (case). We tested 96 children (54 cases and 42 controls) and 93 adults (51 cases and 42 controls) using broad-range Chlamydiae and Ct-specific (omcB) real-time PCR. Samples positive by broad-range Chlamydiae testing were subjected to DNA sequencing. Overall Chlamydiae prevalence was 36%. Sequences corresponded to unclassified and classified Chlamydiae. Ct infection rate was significantly higher in children (31.5%) compared to adults (0%) with trachoma (p < 0.0001). In general, 21.5% of adults and 4.2% of children tested positive for CLOs (p = 0.0003). Our findings are consistent with previous investigations describing the central role of Ct in trachoma among children. This is the first study examining human eyes for the presence of CLOs. We found an age-dependent distribution of CLO DNA in human eyes with significantly higher positivity in adults. Further studies are needed to understand the impact of CLOs in trachoma pathogenicity and/or protection.

  • Long-distance electron transport in individual, living cable bacteria.

    Bjerg JT, Boschker HTS, Larsen S, Berry D, Schmid M, Millo D, Tataru P, Meysman FJR, Wagner M, Nielsen LP, Schramm A
    2018 - Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 22: 5786-5791

    Abstract: 

    Electron transport within living cells is essential for energy conservation in all respiring and photosynthetic organisms. While a few bacteria transport electrons over micrometer distances to their surroundings, filaments of cable bacteria are hypothesized to conduct electric currents over centimeter distances. We used resonance Raman microscopy to analyze cytochrome redox states in living cable bacteria. Cable-bacteria filaments were placed in microscope chambers with sulfide as electron source and oxygen as electron sink at opposite ends. Along individual filaments a gradient in cytochrome redox potential was detected, which immediately broke down upon removal of oxygen or laser cutting of the filaments. Without access to oxygen, a rapid shift toward more reduced cytochromes was observed, as electrons were no longer drained from the filament but accumulated in the cellular cytochromes. These results provide direct evidence for long-distance electron transport in living multicellular bacteria.

  • Microbial conservation in the Anthropocene.

    Webster NS, Wagner M, Negri AP
    2018 - Environ. Microbiol., in press
  • Microbiomes : Importance of invertebrates in understanding the natural variety of animal-microbe interactions

    Petersen JM, Osvatic J
    2018 - mSystems, 2: in press

    Abstract: 

    Animals evolved in a world teeming with microbes, which play pivotal roles in their health, development, and evolution. Although the overwhelming majority of living animals are invertebrates, the minority of "microbiome" studies focus on this group. Interest in invertebrate-microbe interactions is 2-fold-a range of immune components are conserved across almost all animal (including human) life, and their functional roles may be conserved. Thus, understanding cross talk between microbes and invertebrate animals can lead to insights of broader relevance. Invertebrates offer unique opportunities to "eavesdrop" on intricate host-microbe conversations because they tend to associate with fewer microbes. On the other hand, considering the vast diversity of form and function that has evolved in the invertebrates, they likely evolved an equally diverse range of ways to interact with beneficial microbes. We have investigated only a few of these interactions in detail; thus, there is still great potential for fundamentally new discoveries.

  • Peatland Acidobacteria with a dissimilatory sulfur metabolism

    Hausmann B, Pelikan C, Herbold CW, Köstlbacher S, Albertsen M, Eichorst SA, Glavina del Rio T, Huemer M, Nielsen PH, Rattei T, Stingl U, Tringe SG, Trojan D, Wentrup C, Woebken D, Pester M, Loy A
    2018 - ISME J, 12: 1729-1742

    Abstract: 

    Sulfur-cycling microorganisms impact organic matter decomposition in wetlands and consequently greenhouse gas emissions from these globally relevant environments. However, their identities and physiological properties are largely unknown. By applying a functional metagenomics approach to an acidic peatland, we recovered draft genomes of seven novel Acidobacteria species with the potential for dissimilatory sulfite (dsrAB, dsrC, dsrD, dsrN, dsrT, dsrMKJOP) or sulfate respiration (sat, aprBA, qmoABC plus dsr genes). Surprisingly, the genomes also encoded DsrL, which so far was only found in sulfur-oxidizing microorganisms. Metatranscriptome analysis demonstrated expression of acidobacterial sulfur-metabolism genes in native peat soil and their upregulation in diverse anoxic microcosms. This indicated an active sulfate respiration pathway, which, however, might also operate in reverse for dissimilatory sulfur oxidation or disproportionation as proposed for the sulfur-oxidizing Desulfurivibrio alkaliphilus. Acidobacteria that only harbored genes for sulfite reduction additionally encoded enzymes that liberate sulfite from organosulfonates, which suggested organic sulfur compounds as complementary energy sources. Further metabolic potentials included polysaccharide hydrolysis and sugar utilization, aerobic respiration, several fermentative capabilities, and hydrogen oxidation. Our findings extend both, the known physiological and genetic properties of Acidobacteria and the known taxonomic diversity of microorganisms with a DsrAB-based sulfur metabolism, and highlight new fundamental niches for facultative anaerobic Acidobacteria in wetlands based on exploitation of inorganic and organic sulfur molecules for energy conservation.

  • Expanded diversity of microbial groups that shape the dissimilatory sulfur cycle

    Anantharaman K, Hausmann B, Jungbluth SP, Kantor RS, Lavy A, Warren LA, Rappé MS, Pester M, Loy A, Thomas BC, Banfield JF
    2018 - ISME J, 12: 1715-1728

    Abstract: 

    A critical step in the biogeochemical cycle of sulfur on Earth is microbial sulfate reduction, yet organisms from relatively few lineages have been implicated in this process. Previous studies using functional marker genes have detected abundant, novel dissimilatory sulfite reductases (DsrAB) that could confer the capacity for microbial sulfite/sulfate reduction but were not affiliated with known organisms. Thus, the identity of a significant fraction of sulfate/sulfite-reducing microbes has remained elusive. Here we report the discovery of the capacity for sulfate/sulfite reduction in the genomes of organisms from thirteen bacterial and archaeal phyla, thereby more than doubling the number of microbial phyla associated with this process. Eight of the thirteen newly identified groups are candidate phyla that lack isolated representatives, a finding only possible given genomes from metagenomes. Organisms from Verrucomicrobia and two candidate phyla, Candidatus Rokubacteria and Candidatus Hydrothermarchaeota, contain some of the earliest evolved dsrAB genes. The capacity for sulfite reduction has been laterally transferred in multiple events within some phyla, and a key gene potentially capable of modulating sulfur metabolism in associated cells has been acquired by putatively symbiotic bacteria. We conclude that current functional predictions based on phylogeny significantly underestimate the extent of sulfate/sulfite reduction across Earth’s ecosystems. Understanding the prevalence of this capacity is integral to interpreting the carbon cycle because sulfate reduction is often coupled to turnover of buried organic carbon. Our findings expand the diversity of microbial groups associated with sulfur transformations in the environment and motivate revision of biogeochemical process models based on microbial community composition.

  • Ecology and Biotechnological Potential of Bacteria Belonging to the Genus Pseudovibrio.

    Romano S
    2018 - Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 8: in press

    Abstract: 

    Members of the genus have been isolated worldwide from a great variety of marine sources as both free-living and host-associated bacteria. So far, the available data depict a group of alphaproteobacteria characterized by a versatile metabolism, which allows them to use a variety of substrates to meet their carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorous requirements. Additionally, -related bacteria have been shown to proliferate under extreme oligotrophic conditions, tolerate high heavy-metal concentrations, and metabolize potentially toxic compounds. Considering this versatility, it is not surprising that they have been detected from temperate to tropical regions and are often the most abundant isolates obtained from marine invertebrates. Such an association is particularly recurrent with marine sponges and corals, animals that play a key role in benthic marine systems. The data so far available indicate that these bacteria are mainly beneficial to the host, and besides being involved in major nutrient cycles, they could provide the host with both vitamins/cofactors and protection from potential pathogens via the synthesis of antimicrobial secondary metabolites. In fact, the biosynthetic abilities of spp. have been emerging in recent years, and both genomic and analytic studies have underlined how these organisms promise novel natural products of biotechnological value.

  • NanoSIMS and tissue autoradiography reveal symbiont carbon fixation and organic carbon transfer to giant ciliate host.

    Volland JM, Schintlmeister A, Zambalos H, Reipert S, Mozetič P, Espada-Hinojosa S, Turk V, Wagner M, Bright M
    2018 - ISME J, 3: 714-727

    Abstract: 

    The giant colonial ciliate Zoothamnium niveum harbors a monolayer of the gammaproteobacteria Cand. Thiobios zoothamnicoli on its outer surface. Cultivation experiments revealed maximal growth and survival under steady flow of high oxygen and low sulfide concentrations. We aimed at directly demonstrating the sulfur-oxidizing, chemoautotrophic nature of the symbionts and at investigating putative carbon transfer from the symbiont to the ciliate host. We performed pulse-chase incubations with C- and C-labeled bicarbonate under varying environmental conditions. A combination of tissue autoradiography and nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry coupled with transmission electron microscopy was used to follow the fate of the radioactive and stable isotopes of carbon, respectively. We show that symbiont cells fix substantial amounts of inorganic carbon in the presence of sulfide, but also (to a lesser degree) in the absence of sulfide by utilizing internally stored sulfur. Isotope labeling patterns point to translocation of organic carbon to the host through both release of these compounds and digestion of symbiont cells. The latter mechanism is also supported by ultracytochemical detection of acid phosphatase in lysosomes and in food vacuoles of ciliate cells. Fluorescence in situ hybridization of freshly collected ciliates revealed that the vast majority of ingested microbial cells were ectosymbionts.

  • Coexistence of novel gammaproteobacterial and Arsenophonus symbionts in the scale insect Greenisca brachypodii (Hemiptera, Coccomorpha: Eriococcidae)

    Michalik A, Schulz F, Michalik K, Wascher F, Horn M, Szklarzewicz T
    2018 - Environ. Microbiol., in press

    Abstract: 

    Scale insects are commonly associated with obligate, intracellular microorganisms which play important roles in complementing their hosts with essential nutrients. Here we characterized the symbiotic system of Greenisca brachypodii, a member of the family Eriococcidae. Histological and ultrastructural analyses have indicated that G. brachypodii is stably associated with coccoid and rod-shaped bacteria. Phylogenetic analyses have revealed that the coccoid bacteria represent a sister group to the secondary symbiont of the mealybug Melanococcus albizziae, whereas the rod-shaped symbionts are close relatives of Arsenophonus symbionts in insects - to our knowledge, this is the first report of the presence of Arsenophonus bacterium in scale insects. As a comparison of 16S and 23S rRNA genes sequences of the G. brachypodii coccoid symbiont with other gammaprotebacterial sequences showed only low similarity (∼90%), we propose the name 'Candidatus Kotejella greeniscae' for its tentative classification. Both symbionts are transovarially transmitted from one generation to the next. The infection takes place in the neck region of the ovariole. The bacteria migrate between follicular cells, as well as through the cytoplasm of those cells to the perivitelline space, where they form a characteristic 'symbiont ball'. Our findings provide evidence for a polyphyletic origin of symbionts of Eriococcidae. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

  • Evidence for H2 consumption by uncultured Desulfobacterales in coastal sediments.

    Dyksma S, Pjevac P, Ovanesov K, Mussmann M
    2018 - Environ. Microbiol., In press

    Abstract: 

    Molecular hydrogen (H2 ) is the key intermediate in the anaerobic degradation of organic matter. Its removal by H2 -oxidizing microorganisms is essential to keep anaerobic degradation energetically favorable. Sulfate-reducing microorganisms (SRM) are known as the main H2 scavengers in anoxic marine sediments. Although the community of marine SRM has been extensively studied, those consuming H2 in situ are completely unknown. We combined metagenomics, PCR-based clone libraries, single-amplified genomes (SAGs) and metatranscriptomics to identify potentially H2 -consuming SRM in anoxic coastal sediments. The vast majority of SRM-related H2 ase sequences were assigned to group 1b and 1c [NiFe]-H2 ases of the deltaproteobacterial order Desulfobacterales. Surprisingly, the same sequence types were similarly highly expressed in spring and summer, suggesting that these are stable and integral members of the H2 -consuming community. Notably, one sequence cluster from the SRM group 1 consistently accounted for around half of all [NiFe]-H2 ase transcripts. Using SAGs, we could link this cluster with the 16S rRNA genes of the uncultured Sva0081-group of the family Desulfobacteraceae. Sequencing of 16S rRNA gene amplicons and H2 ase gene libraries suggested consistently high in situ abundance of the Sva0081 group also in other marine sediments. Together with other Desulfobacterales these likely are important H2 -scavengers in marine sediments. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Book chapters and other publications

4 Publications found
  • Microplastic-Associated Biofilms: A Comparison of Freshwater and Marine Environments

    Harrison JP, Hoellein TJ, Sapp M, Tagg AS, Ju-Nam Y, Ojeda JJ
    2018 - 181-201. in Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, vol. 58. (Barceló, Damia; Kostianoy, Andrey G.). Springer Verlag, Berlin

    Abstract: 

    Microplastics (<5 mm particles) occur within both engineered and natural freshwater ecosystems, including wastewater treatment plants, lakes, rivers, and estuaries. While a significant proportion of microplastic pollution is likely sequestered within freshwater environments, these habitats also constitute an important conduit of microscopic polymer particles to oceans worldwide. The quantity of aquatic microplastic waste is predicted to dramatically increase over the next decade, but the fate and biological implications of this pollution are still poorly understood. A growing body of research has aimed to characterize the formation, composition, and spatiotemporal distribution of microplastic-associated (“plastisphere”) microbial biofilms. Plastisphere microorganisms have been suggested to play significant roles in pathogen transfer, modulation of particle buoyancy, and biodegradation of plastic polymers and co-contaminants, yet investigation of these topics within freshwater environments is at a very early stage. Here, what is known about marine plastisphere assemblages is systematically compared with up-to-date findings from freshwater habitats. Through analysis of key differences and likely commonalities between environments, we discuss how an integrated view of these fields of research will enhance our knowledge of the complex behavior and ecological impacts of microplastic pollutants.

  • Stickstoffkreisläufe in der Abwasserreinigung - neue und bewährte Wege

    2018 - 31-46. in Wiener Mitteilungen Wasser-Abwasser-Gewässer, vol. 247. (Krampe, J; Kreuzinger, N)

    Abstract: 

    Der klassische Weg zur Stickstoff-Eliminierung in Kläranlagen beruht auf der Kombination von Nitrifikation und Denitrifikation. In den letzten Jahren haben molekularbiologische Methoden eine Vielzahl neuer Einblicke in die Biologie der Nitrifikanten (Ammoniak- und Nitritoxidierer) ergeben. Diese Erkenntnisse beinhalten eine unerwartet hohe Diversität dieser Bakterien, alternative Stoffwechselwege sowie komplett allein nitrifizierende Mikroben (Comammox-Organismen). Das resultierende neue Bild der Nitrifikation weicht stark vom etablierten Lehrbuchwissen ab. Ein kosten- und energieeffizienterer Weg zur Stickstoff-Eliminierung nutzt die anaerobe Ammoniumoxidation (Anammox-Prozess). Dieser Ansatz nutzt extrem langsam wachsende Bakterien und erfordert die selektive Unterdrückung bestimmter Organismen (Nitritoxidierer). Aus diesen Gründen ist der Anammox-Prozess zwar vielversprechend, die praktische Implementierung ist jedoch Gegenstand aktiver Forschungs- und Optimierungsarbeiten. Ein weiterer neuer Prozess, die nitrit-abhängige anaerobe Methanoxidation (n-damo), wird großtechnisch noch nicht eingesetzt. Insbesondere in Kombination mit Anammox könnte der n-damo Prozess zur gleichzeitigen Eliminierung von restlichem Methan und von Stickstoff interessant werden.

  • Draft genome sequence of Telmatospirillum siberiense 26-4b1T, an acidotolerant peatland alphaproteobacterium potentially involved in sulfur cycling

    Hausmann B, Pjevac P, Schreck K, Herbold CW, Daims H, Wagner M, Loy A
    2018 - Genome Announc, 6: e01524-17

    Abstract: 

    The facultative anaerobic chemoorganoheterotrophic alphaproteobacterium Telmatospirillum siberiense 26-4b1T was isolated from a Siberian peatland. We report on a 6.20 Mbp near complete, high quality draft genome of T. siberiense that reveals expected and novel metabolic potential for the genus Telmatospirillum, including genes for sulfur oxidation.

  • Nitrospira.

    2018 - Trends Microbiol., 5: 462-463

    Abstract: 

    In this infographic, the key metabolic functions of Nitrospira and the role that these bacteria play in nitrification and other processes in the environment is shown. Nitrospira plays pivotal roles in nitrification as an aerobic chemolithoautotrophic nitrite-oxidizing bacterium. These bacteria often occur in close association with ammonia-oxidizing bacteria or archaea that convert ammonia to nitrite, which is further oxidized to nitrate by Nitrospira. However, in 'reciprocal feeding' interactions, Nitrospira can also provide ammonia oxidizers with ammonia released from urea or cyanate, which is further nitrified as described above. Recently discovered Nitrospira members even catalyze both nitrification steps alone and are therefore called complete ammonia oxidizers or 'comammox' organisms. Some strains of Nitrospira utilize alternative substrates, such as H and formate, using oxygen or nitrate as terminal electron acceptor, and can exploit these energy sources concurrently with aerobic nitrite oxidation. This metabolic versatility enables Nitrospira to colonize a broad range of habitats and to sustain shifts in environmental conditions such as changing oxygen concentrations.