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  1. Dornhaus A, in press ‘Aliens Are Likely to Be Smart But Not “Intelligent”: What Evolution of Cognition on Earth Tells Us about Extraterrestrial Intelligence’, In: Vakoch D, editor. Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Cognition and Communication in the Universe. Oxford University Press.
  2. Walton A, Jandt JM, Dornhaus A 2019 ‘Guard bees are more likely to act as undertakers: variation in corpse removal in the bumble bee Bombus impatiens’ Insectes sociaux
  3. Kelemen EP, Cao N, Cao T, Davidowitz G, Dornhaus A 2019 ‘Metabolic rate predicts the lifespan of workers in the bumble bee Bombus impatiens’ Apidologie 1-9
  4. Leitner NE, Lynch C, Dornhaus A 2019 ‘Ants in isolation: obstacles to testing worker responses to task stimuli outside of the colony context’ Insectes sociaux 1-12
  5. Kikuchi DW, Dornhaus A, Gopeechund V, Sherratt TN 2019 ‘Signal categorization by foraging animals depends on ecological diversity’ ELife e43965.
  6. Leitner NE, Charbonneau D, Gronenberg W, Dornhaus A 2019 ‘Peripheral sensory organs vary among ant workers but variation does not predict division of labor’, Behavioral Processes 158: 137-143
  7. DiRienzo N, Bradley CT, Smith CA, Dornhaus A 2019 'Bringing down the house: male widow spiders reduce the webs of aggressive females more' Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 1
  8. DiRienzo N, Johnson C, Dornhaus A 2018 'Juvenile social experience generates differences in behavioral variation but not averages', Behavioral Ecology: ary185
  9. Kelemen E, Dornhaus A 2018 ‘Lower temperatures decrease worker size variation but do not affect fine-grained thermoregulation in bumble bees’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 170
  10. Kikuchi DW, Dornhaus A 2018 ‘How cognitive biases select for imperfect mimicry: a study of asymmetry in learning with bumblebees’, Animal Behaviour 144: 125-134
  11. Barker J, Dornhaus A, Bronstein J, Muth F 2018 ‘Learning about larceny: experience can bias bumble bees to rob nectar’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72:68.
  12. Radeva T, Dornhaus A, Lynch N, Nagpal R, Su H-H, 2017. Costs of task allocation with local feedback: Effects of colony size and extra workers in social insects and other multi-agent systems.  PloS Computational Biology,  13(12): e1005904.
  13. Su, H.H., Su, L., Dornhaus, A. and Lynch, N., 2017. Ant-Inspired Dynamic Task Allocation via Gossiping. In: Spirakis P., Tsigas P. (eds) Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems. SSS 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10616. Springer, Cham. @Springer pdf@MIT
  14. Charbonneau, D., Poff, C., Nguyen, H., Shin, M.C., Kierstead, K. and Dornhaus, A., 2017. Who Are the “Lazy” Ants? The Function of Inactivity in Social Insects and a Possible Role of Constraint: Inactive Ants Are Corpulent and May Be Young and/or Selfish. Integrative and Comparative Biology57(3), pp.649-667.
  15. Charbonneau, D., Sasaki, T. and Dornhaus, A., 2017. Who needs ‘lazy’workers? Inactive workers act as a ‘reserve’labor force replacing active workers, but inactive workers are not replaced when they are removed. PloS one12(9), p.e0184074.
  16. Powell S, Donaldson-Matasci M, Woodrow-Tomizuka A, Dornhaus A 2017 ‘Context-dependent defences in turtle ants: Resource defensibility and threat level induce dynamic shifts in soldier deployment’, Functional Ecology 31:2287–2298 @Wiley
  17. DiRienzo N, Dornhaus A 2017 ‘Temnothorax rugatulus ant colonies consistently vary in nest structure across time and context’, PLoS One 12: e0177598 @PLoS
  18. Dunlap A, Papaj D, Dornhaus A 2017 ‘Sampling and tracking a changing environment: persistence and reward in the foraging decisions of bumble bees’, Interface Focus (Royal Society Journal) 7: 20160149 @RoySoc
  19. Bengston S, Shin M, Dornhaus A 2017 ‘Life-history strategy and behavioral type: Risk-tolerance reflects growth rate and energy allocation in ant colonies’, Oikos 126: 556-564 @Wiley
  20. Leighton G,Charbonneau D, Dornhaus A 2017 'Task-switching is associated with temporal delays in Temnothorax rugatulus ants', Behavioral Ecology 28: 319-327
  21. Dunlap AS, Nielsen ME, Dornhaus A, Papaj DR 2016 ‘Foraging bumble bees weigh the reliability of personal and social information’, Current Biology 26: 1195-1199 @CurrentBiol
  22. Charbonneau D, Dornhaus A 2015 ‘When doing nothing is something. How task allocation strategies compromise between flexibility, efficiency, and inactive agents’, Journal of Bioeconomics 17: 217-242 @Springer
  23. Charbonneau D, Dornhaus A 2015 ‘Workers ‘specialized’ on inactivity: Behavioral consistency of inactive workers and their role in task allocation’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 1459-1472 @Springer
  24. Rivera M, Donaldson-Matasci M, Dornhaus A 2015 ‘Quitting time: When do honey bee foragers decide to stop foraging on natural resources?’, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3:50 @Frontiers
  25. Bengston SE, Dornhaus A 2015 ‘Latitudinal variation in behaviors linked to risk-tolerance is driven by nest-site competition and spatial distribution in the ant Temnothorax rugatulus’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69:1265-1274 @Springer
  26. Muth F, Keasar, T. & Dornhaus, A. 2015 'Trading off short-term costs for long-term gains: How do bumblebees decide to learn morphologically complex flowers?', Animal Behaviour 101: 191-199 @ScienceDirect
  27. Charbonneau D, Hillis N, Dornhaus A 2015 ‘‘Lazy’ in nature: ant colony time budgets show high ‘inactivity’ in the field as well as in the lab’, Insectes sociaux 62: 31-35 @Springer
  28. Rice L, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2015 'Efficient Training of Multiple Ant Tracking', 2015 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, Waikoloa, HI, pp. 117-123. @IEEE
  29. Fasciano T, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2015 'Multiple Insect Tracking with Occlusion Sub-tunnels', 2015 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, Waikoloa, HI, pp. 634-641. @IEEE
  30. Donaldson-Matasci M, Dornhaus A 2014 ‘Dance Communication Affects Consistency, but Not Breadth, of Resource Use in Pollen-Foraging Honey Bees’, PLoS One 9: e107527 @PLoS
  31. Bengston SE, Dornhaus A 2014 'Be meek or be bold? A colony-level behavioural syndrome in ants', Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 281: 20140518 @ Roy Soc
  32. Westling JN, Harrington K, Bengston S, Dornhaus A 2014 ‘Morphological differences between extranidal and intranidal workers in the ant Temnothorax rugatulus, but no effect of body size on foraging distance’, Insectes sociaux 61: 367-369 @Springer
  33. Dornhaus A 2014 ‘Finding food: foraging affects all aspects of an animal’s life’, in: Yasukawa K ‘Animal Behavior, Volume II: Function and Evolution of Animal Behavior’, Praeger Publishers @Google Books
  34. Jandt J, Dornhaus A 2014 'Bumblebee response thresholds and body size: does worker diversity increase colony performance?', Animal Behavior 87:97-106 @ScienceDirect.
  35. Jandt J, Bengston S, Pinter-Wollman N, Pruitt J, Raine N, Dornhaus A, Sih A 2014 'Behavioral syndromes and social insects: personality at multiple levels', Biological Reviews 89: 48-67 @Wiley
  36. Cornejo A, Dornhaus A, Lynch N, Nagpal R 2014 'Task Allocation in Ant Colonies', In: Kuhn F. (eds) Distributed Computing. DISC 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8784. @Springer
  37. Fasciano T, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2014 'Ant tracking with occlusion tunnels', IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, Steamboat Springs, CO, 2014, pp. 947-952. @IEEE
  38. Nguyen H, Fasciano T, Charbonneau D, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2014 'Data association based ant tracking with interactive error correction', IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, Steamboat Springs, CO, 2014, pp. 947-952. @IEEE
  39. Leonard AS, Brent J, Papaj D, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Floral Nectar Guide Patterns Discourage Nectar Robbing by Bumble Bees’, PLoS One 8:e55914 @PLoS
  40. Charbonneau D, Blonder B, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Social insects: a model system for network dynamics’, In Holme P and Jari S: Temporal Networks. Springer books
  41. Donaldson-Matasci MC, DeGrandi-Hoffman G, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Bigger is better: honeybee colonies as distributed information-gathering systems’, Animal Behaviour 85: 585-592 @Springer
  42. Bengston SE, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Colony size does not predict foraging distance in the ant. Temnothorax rugatulus: a puzzle for standard scaling models’, Insectes sociaux 60: 93-96 @Springer
  43. Powell S, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Soldier-based defences dynamically track resource availability and quality in ants’, Animal Behaviour 85: 157-164 @ScienceDirect
  44. Fasciano T, Nguyen H, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2013 'Tracking multiple ants in a colony' 2013 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), Tampa, FL, 2013, pp. 534-540.@IEEE
  45. Goldsby HJ, Dornhaus A, Kerr B, Ofria C 2012 ‘Task-switching costs promote the evolution of division of labor and shifts in individuality’, PNAS 109: 13686-13691 @PNAS
  46. Blonder B, Wey TW, Dornhaus A, James R, Sih A 2012 ‘Temporal dynamics and network analysis’, Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3: 958–972 @Wiley
  47. Lanan M, Dornhaus A, Jones EI, Waser A, Bronstein JL 2012 ‘The trail less traveled: individual decision-making and its effect on group behavior’, PLoS One 7: e47976 @PLoS
  48. Cao TT, Dornhaus A 2013 ‘Larger laboratory colonies consume proportionally less energy and have lower per capita brood production in Temnothorax ants’, Insectes sociaux 60: 1-5 @Springer
  49. Pinter-Wollman N, Hubler J, Holley J-A, Franks NR, Dornhaus A 2012 'How is activity distributed among and within tasks in Temnothorax ants?', Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 1407-1420 @Springer
  50. Donaldson-Matasci MC, Dornhaus A 2012 ‘How habitat affects the benefits of communication in collectively foraging honey bees’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 583-592. @Springer
  51. Jandt JM, Robins NS, Moore RE, Dornhaus A 2012 ‘Individual bumblebees vary in response to disturbance: a test of the defensive reserve hypothesis’, Insectes sociaux 59: 313-321 @Springer
  52. Kaczorowski RL, Leonard AS, Dornhaus A, Papaj D 2012 ‘Floral signal complexity as a possible adaptation to environmental variability: a test using nectar foraging bumble bees’, Animal Behaviour 83: 905-913. @ScienceDirect
  53. Dornhaus A, Powell S, Bengston S 2012 ‘Group size and its effects on collective organization’, Annual Review of Entomology 57: 123-141. @Annual Reviews
  54. Cao TT, Dornhaus A 2012 ‘Ants use pheromone markings in emigrations to move closer to food-rich areas’, Insectes sociaux 59: 87-92 @Springer
  55. Duong N, Dornhaus A 2012 ‘Ventilation response thresholds do not change with age or self-reinforcement in workers of the bumble bee Bombus impatiens’, Insectes sociaux 59: 25-32 @Springer
  56. Dornhaus A 2012 ‘Finding optimal collective strategies using individual-based simulations: colony organization in social insects’, Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems 18: 25-37 @Taylor & Francis
  57. Blonder B, Dornhaus A 2011 'Time-ordered networks reveal limitations to information flow in ant colonies', PLoS One 6: e20298 @ PLoS
  58. Couvillon MJ, Jandt J, Bonds J, Helm BR, Dornhaus A 2011 ‘Percent lipid is associated with body size but not task in the bumble bee Bombus impatiens’, Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197: 1097-1104. @Springer
  59. Jandt JM, Dornhaus A 2011 ‘Competition and cooperation: bumblebee spatial organization and division of labor may affect worker reproduction late in life’, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 2341-2349. @Springer
  60. Marshall JAR, Bogacz R, Planqué R, Dornhaus A, Kovacs T, Franks NR 2011 ‘On optimal decision making in brains and social insect colonies’, in: Seth et al. (eds.) Modelling Natural Action Selection. Cambridge University Press
  61. Jones EI, Dornhaus A 2011 'Predation risk makes bees reject rewarding flowers and reduce foraging activity', Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 1505-1511 @ Springer
  62. Lanan MC, Dornhaus A, Bronstein J 2011 'The function of polydomy: the ant Crematogaster torosa preferentially forms new nests near food sources and fortifies outstations', Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 959-968 @ Springer
  63. Leonard AS, Dornhaus A, Papaj DR 2011 ‘Forget-me-not: complex floral signals, inter-signal interactions and pollinator cognition’ Current Zoology 57: 215-224 @ Current Zool
  64. Leonard AS, Dornhaus A, Papaj DR 2011 ‘Why are floral signals complex? An outline of functional hypotheses’, in: Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships. Patiny, S. (ed.) Cambridge University Press
  65. Leonard AS, Dornhaus A, Papaj DR 2011 ‘Flowers help bees cope with uncertainty: signal detection and the function of complex floral signals’, Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 113-121 @ Biologists
  66. Fletcher M, Dornhaus A, Shin MC 2011 'Multiple ant tracking with global foreground maximization and variable target proposal distribution' 2011 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), Kona, HI, 2011, pp. 570-576. @IEEE
  67. Ferguson HM, Dornhaus A, Beeche A, Borgemeister C, Gottlieb M, Mulla MS, Gimnig JE, Fish D, Killeen GF 2010 ‘Ecology: a prerequisite for Malaria elimination and eradication’, PLoS Medicine 7: e1000303 @ PLoS
  68. Couvillon MJ, Dornhaus A 2010 ‘Small worker bumble bees (Bombus impatiens) are hardier against starvation than their larger sisters', Insectes sociaux 57: 193-197 @ Springer
  69. Couvillon MJ, Jandt J, Duong N, Dornhaus A 2010 ‘Ontogeny of worker body size distribution in bumblebee (Bombus impatiens) colonies’, Ecological Entomology 35: 424–435 @ Wiley
  70. Couvillon MJ, Fitzpatrick G, Dornhaus A 2010 'Ambient air temperature does not predict whether small or large workers forage in bumble bees (Bombus impatiens)', Psyche 2010 @ Psyche
  71. Dornhaus A, Powell S 2010 ‘Foraging and defence strategies’ In: ‘Ant Ecology’, Eds. L Lach, C Parr, K Abbott, Ant Ecology, Oxford University Press @ google books
  72. Jandt, JM, Huang, E, Dornhaus, A 2009 'Weak specialization of workers inside a bumble bee nest', Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1829-1836 @ Springer
  73. Dornhaus A, Holley J-A, Franks N 2009 ‘Larger colonies do not have more specialized workers in the ant Temnothorax albipennis’, Behavioral Ecology 20: 922-929 @ Behav Ecol
  74. Couvillon MJ, Dornhaus A 2009 ‘Location, location, location: larvae position inside the nest is correlated with adult body size in worker bumble bees (Bombus impatiens)’, Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 276: 2411-2418 @ Roy Soc
  75. Jandt J, Dornhaus A 2009 ‘Spatial organization and division of labor in the bumble bee, Bombus impatiens’ Animal Behaviour 77: 641-651 @ Science Direct
  76. Marshall JAR, Bogacz R, Dornhaus A, Planque R, Kovacs T, Franks NR, 2009 ‘On optimal decision-making in brains and social insect colonies’ Journal of The Royal Society Interface 6: 1065-1074@ Roy Soc
  77. Franks NR, Dornhaus A, Marshall JAR, Deuchaume-Moncharmont F-X, 2009. ‘The dawn of a golden age in mathematical insect sociobiology’. In: Eds. J. Fewell & J. Gadau, Organization of Insect Sociteties, Harvard University Press @google books
  78. Dornhaus A 2008 ‘Specialization does not predict individual efficiency in an ant’ PLoS Biology 6: e285 @ PLoS
  79. Cao T, Dornhaus A 2008 'Ants under crowded conditions consume more energy' Biology Letters 23: 613-615 @ Biol Lett
  80. Dornhaus A, Franks NR 2008 'Individual and collective cognition in ants and other insects (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)' Myrmecol News 11: 215-226 @ Myrmecol News
  81. Dornhaus A, Holley J-A, Pook VG, Worswick G, Franks NR 2008 'Why do not all workers work? Colony size and workload during emigrations in the ant Temnothorax albipennis' Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 43-51 @ Springer
  82. Huang MH, Dornhaus A 2008 ‘Are ant social parasites always closely related to their hosts? Host characteristics in different parasitism types and a test of Emery’s rule’ Ecological Entomology 33: 589-596 @ Ecol Entom
  83. Kulahci IG, Dornhaus A, Papaj D 2008 ‘Multimodal signals enhance decision-making in bumblebees’ Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 275: 797-802 @ Roy Soc
  84. Franks NR, Hooper JW, Gumn M, Bridger TH, Marshall JAR, Groß R, Dornhaus A 2007 'Moving targets: collective decisions and flexible choices in house-hunting ants' Swarm Intelligence 1: 81-94 @ Springer
  85. Franks NR, Hooper JW, Dornhaus A, Aukett PJ, Hayward AL, Berghoff S 2007 'Reconnaissance and latent learning in ants' Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 274: 1505-1509 @Roy Soc
  86. Franks NR, Dornhaus A, Hitchcock G, Guillem R, Hooper J, Webb C 2007 'Avoidance of conspecific colonies during nest choice by ants' Animal Behaviour 73: 525-534 @ScienceDirect
  87. Planque R, Dornhaus A, Franks NR, Kovacs T, Marshall JAR 2007 'Weighting waiting in collective decision-making' Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 347-356 @Springer
  88. Thom C, Dornhaus A 2007 'Preliminary report on the use of volatile compounds by foraging honey bees in the hive (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Apis)' Entomologia generalis 29: 299-304 @Entgen
  89. Dornhaus A, Franks NR 2006 'Colony size affects collecive decision-making in the ant Temnothorax albipennis' Insectes sociaux 53: 420-427 @Springer
  90. Dornhaus A, Collins EJ, Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X, Houston A, Franks NR, McNamara J 2006 'Paying for information: partial loads in central place foragers' Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 151-161 @Springer
  91. Dornhaus A, Klügl F, Oechslein C, Puppe F, Chittka L 2006 'Benefits of recruitment in honey bees: effects of ecology and colony size in an individual-based model' Behavioral Ecology 17: 336-344 pdf @BehEcol
  92. Marshall, J. A. R., Dornhaus, A., Franks, N. R., Kovacs, T., 2006, “Noise, cost and speed-accuracy trade-offs: decision making in decentralised systems”, Journal of The Royal Society Interface 3: 243-254 @Roy Soc
  93. Franks, N. R., Dornhaus, A., Best, C. S., Jones, E. L., 2006, “Decision-making by small and large house-hunting ant colonies: one size fits all”, Animal Behaviour 72: 611-616 @ScienceDirect
  94. Raine, N. E., Ings, T. C., Dornhaus, A., Saleh, N., Chittka, L., 2006, “Adaptation, genetic drift, pleiotropy, and history in the evolution of bee foraging behavior”, Advances in the Study of Behavior 36: 305-354 pdf
  95. Franks, N. R., Dornhaus, A., Metherell, B. G., Nelson, T. R., Lanfear, S. A. J., Symes, W., 2006, “Not everything that counts can be counted: Ants use multiple metrics for a single nest trait.”, Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 273: 165-169 @Roy Soc
  96. Granero, A. M., Guerra Sanz, J. M., Ega Gonzalez, F. J., Martinez Vidal, J. L., Dornhaus, A., Ghani, J., Serrano, A. R., Chittka, L., 2005, “Chemical compounds of the foraging recruitment pheromone in bumblebees”, Naturwissenschaften 92: 371-374 @Springer
  97. Dechaume-Moncharmont, F.-X., Dornhaus, A., Houston, A. I., McNamara, J. M., Collins, E. J., Franks, N. R., 2005, “The hidden cost of information in collective foraging”, Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 272: 1689-1695 @Roy Soc
  98. Dornhaus, A., Chittka, L., 2005, “Bumble bees (Bombus terrestris) store both food and information in honeypots”, Behavioral Ecology 16: 661-666 pdf @BehEcol
  99. Franks, N. R., Hooper, J., Webb, C., Dornhaus, A., 2005, “Tomb evaders: house-hunting hygiene in ants”, Biology Letters 1: 190-192 @Roy Soc
  100. Dornhaus, A., Chittka, L., 2004, “Information flow and regulation of foraging activity in bumble bees”, Apidologie 35: 183-192 pdf @EDP Sciences
  101. Dornhaus, A., Chittka, L., 2004, “Why do honey bees dance?”, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55: 395-401 @Springer
  102. Dornhaus, A., Franks, N.R., Hawkins, R.M., Shere, H.N.S., 2004, “Ants move to improve – colonies of Leptothorax albipennis emigrate whenever they find a superior nest site”, Animal Behaviour 67: 959-963 @ScienceDirect
  103. Franks, N.R., Dornhaus, A., Fitzsimmons, J.P., Stevens, M., 2003, “Speed vs. Accuracy in Collective Decision-Making”, Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 270: 2457-2463 @Roy Soc
  104. Marshall JAR, Kovacs T, Dornhaus AR, et al., 2003, “Simulating the evolution of ant behaviour in evaluating nest sites”, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2801: 643-650 2003 pdf @Univ of Bristol
  105. Chittka, L., Dyer, A., Bock, F., Dornhaus, A., 2003, “Bees trade off foraging speed for accuracy”, Nature 424: 388 @Nature
  106. Franks, N.R., Dornhaus, A., 2003, “How might individual honeybees measure massive volumes?”, Proceedings B: Biology Letters 270 (Supplement 2): 181-182 @Roy Soc
  107. Dornhaus, A., Brockmann, A., Chittka, L., 2003, “Bumble bees alert to food with pheromone from tergal gland”, Journal of Comparative Physiology A 189: 47-51 @Springer
  108. Dornhaus, A., Cameron, S., 2003, “A scientific note on food alert in Bombus transversalis”, Apidologie 34: 87-88 pdf @EDP Sciences
  109. Dornhaus, A., 2002, “Significance of Honeybee Recruitment Strategies Depending on Foraging Distance (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Apis mellifera)”, Entomologia Generalis 26: 93-100@Entgen
  110. Dornhaus, A., Chittka, L., 2001, “Food alert in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris): possible mechanisms and evolutionary implications”, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50: 570-576 @Springer
  111. Dornhaus, A., Chittka, L., 1999, “Evolutionary origins of bee dances”, Nature 401: 38 @Nature
  112. Chittka, L., Dornhaus, A., 1999, “Comparisons in physiology and evolution, and why bees can do the things they do”, Ciencia al Dia International 2: No. 2, ISSN 0717-3849 article