Do ant colonies prefer to forage at easy to learn foraging locations?
Supervisor(s): Christoph Grüter
Impact of estrogen pollution on embryo viability and sex differentiation in grayling (Thymallus thymallus)
Supervisor(s): Wedekind Claus / Marques Da Cunha Lucas
Grüter, C., Maitre, D., Blakey, A., Cole, R. & Ratnieks, F.L.W. 2015. Collective decision-making in a heterogeneous environment: Lasius niger colonies preferentially forage at easy to learn locations. Animal Behavior, in press.
*Maitre, D., *Selmoni, O.M., *Uppal, A., Marques da Cunha, L., Wilkins, L.G.E., Roux, J., Mobley, K.B., Castro, I., #Knörr, S., #Robinson-Rechavi, M., #Wedekind, C. 2017. Sex differentiation in grayling (Salmonidae) goes through an all-male stage and is delayed in genetic males who instead grow faster.
Scientific Reports 7:15024.
(* shared first authors; # shared senior authors)