Margaret J. Couvillon
Margaret J. Couvillon
Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech Department of Entomology
Zweryfikowany adres z vt.edu - Strona główna
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Waggle dance distances as integrative indicators of seasonal foraging challenges
MJ Couvillon, R Schürch, FLW Ratnieks
PloS one 9 (4), e93495, 2014
Honey bee foraging distance depends on month and forage type
MJ Couvillon, FCR Pearce, C Accleton, KA Fensome, SKL Quah, ...
Apidologie, 1-10, 2014
Small worker bumble bees (Bombus impatiens) are hardier against starvation than their larger sisters
MJ Couvillon, A Dornhaus
Insectes sociaux 57, 193-197, 2010
Outcomes of HIV‐positive patients lost to follow‐up in African treatment programmes
K Zürcher, A Mooser, N Anderegg, O Tymejczyk, MJ Couvillon, D Nash, ...
Tropical medicine & international health 22 (4), 375-387, 2017
Dancing bees communicate a foraging preference for rural lands in high-level agri-environment schemes
MJ Couvillon, R Schürch, FLW Ratnieks
Current Biology 24 (11), 1212-1215, 2014
Location, location, location: larvae position inside the nest is correlated with adult body size in worker bumble-bees (Bombus impatiens)
MJ Couvillon, A Dornhaus
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1666), 2411-2418, 2009
Automatic methods for long-term tracking and the detection and decoding of communication dances in honeybees
F Wario, B Wild, MJ Couvillon, R Rojas, T Landgraf
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 103, 2015
Ontogeny of worker body size distribution in bumble bee (Bombus impatiens) colonies
MJ Couvillon, JM Jandt, NHI Duong, A Dornhaus
Ecological Entomology 35 (4), 424-435, 2010
The dance legacy of Karl von Frisch
MJ Couvillon
Insectes sociaux 59, 297-306, 2012
Intra-dance variation among waggle runs and the design of efficient protocols for honey bee dance decoding
MJ Couvillon, FC Riddell Pearce, EL Harris-Jones, AM Kuepfer, ...
Biology open 1 (5), 467-472, 2012
Honey bee dance decoding and pollen-load analysis show limited foraging on spring-flowering oilseed rape, a potential source of neonicotinoid contamination
M Garbuzov, MJ Couvillon, R Schürch, FLW Ratnieks
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 203, 62-68, 2015
Caffeinated forage tricks honeybees into increasing foraging and recruitment behaviors
MJ Couvillon, H Al Toufailia, TM Butterfield, F Schrell, FLW Ratnieks, ...
Current Biology 25 (21), 2815-2818, 2015
Comparative study in stingless bees (Meliponini) demonstrates that nest entrance size predicts traffic and defensivity
MJ Couvillon, T Wenseleers, VL IMPERATRIZ‐FONSECA, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (1), 194-201, 2008
En garde: rapid shifts in honeybee, Apis mellifera, guarding behaviour are triggered by onslaught of conspecific intruders
MJ Couvillon, EJH Robinson, B Atkinson, L Child, KR Dent, FLW Ratnieks
Animal Behaviour 76 (5), 1653-1658, 2008
Sexual selection in honey bees: colony variation and the importance of size in male mating success
MJ Couvillon, WOH Hughes, JA Perez-Sato, SJ Martin, GGF Roy, ...
Behavioral Ecology 21 (3), 520-525, 2010
Incorporating variability in honey bee waggle dance decoding improves the mapping of communicated resource locations
R Schürch, MJ Couvillon, DDR Burns, K Tasman, D Waxman, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 199, 1143-1152, 2013
Nest-mate recognition template of guard honeybees (Apis mellifera) is modified by wax comb transfer
MJ Couvillon, JP Caple, SL Endsor, M Kärcher, TE Russell, DE Storey, ...
Biology Letters 3 (3), 228-230, 2007
Preemptive defensive self-sacrifice by ant workers
A Tofilski, MJ Couvillon, SEF Evison, H Helanterä, EJH Robinson, ...
The American Naturalist 172 (5), E239-E243, 2008
Odour transfer in stingless bee marmelada (Frieseomelitta varia) demonstrates that entrance guards use an “undesirable–absent” recognition system
MJ Couvillon, FLW Ratnieks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 1099-1105, 2008
Environmental consultancy: Dancing bee bioindicators to evaluate landscape “health”
MJ Couvillon, FLW Ratnieks
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 44, 2015
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