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Ant queens (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) are attracted to fungal pathogens during the initial stage of colony founding
2014. , 20 pp. 71-76. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Diversity, prevalence and virulence of fungal entomopathogens in colonies of the ant Formica selysi
2012. , 59 (2) pp. 231-239. Peer-reviewed., ,
No evidence for immune priming in ants exposed to a fungal pathogen.
2012. , 7 (4) pp. e35372. Peer-reviewed., ,
Queen acceptance in a socially polymorphic ant
2011. , 81 (1) pp. 163-168. Peer-reviewed., , ,
The expression and impact of antifungal grooming in ants.
2011. , 24 (5) pp. 954-964. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Flexible colony-founding strategies in a socially polymorphic ant
2010. , 79 (2) pp. 467-472. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Experimentally increased group diversity improves disease resistance in an ant species.
2008. , 11 (7) pp. 682-689. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Low Y chromosome variation in Saudi-Arabian hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas hamadryas).
2006/04. , 96 (4) pp. 298-303. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,