On Grimm, we have seen that Hexenbiests and Zauberbiests are in a sense opposite-sex counterparts. However, they are not simply two names for the same thing. Hexenbiest blood, for example, has properties that Zauberbiest blood does not.
With regard to Hexenbiests, we know they have wide variety of abilities, depending on strength:
All have enhanced physical strength.
They can perform a variety of rituals and brew potions.
They can have varying degrees of telekinesis, depending on power, with Juliette of course being the most extreme example.
Powerful Hexenbiests can have other powers, such as altering or reshaping flesh.
On the other hand, most of our information on Zauberbiests comes from Captain Renard, who is not a full Zauberbiest. Nonetheless, besides an incomplete woge, the only power he seems to possess is enhanced strength. On the other hand, the main example of a full Zauberbiest (Bonaparte) seemed to have similar powers to Hexenbiests, which fits neither with Renard's apparent lack of abilies, nor the aforementioned differences between Hexenbiests and Zauberbiests.
Is there any information on what powers Zauberbiests in general have, and how they differ from those of Hexenbiests?