David C. Gilley
David C. Gilley
Associate Professor of Biology, William Paterson University
Verified email at wpunj.edu
TitleCited byYear
The scent of the waggle dance
C Thom, DC Gilley, J Hooper, HE Esch
PLoS biology 5 (9), e228, 2007
Levels of selection in a social insect: a review of conflict and cooperation during honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen replacement
DR Tarpy, DC Gilley, TD Seeley
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55 (6), 513-523, 2004
DNA methylation is widespread across social Hymenoptera
MR Kronforst, DC Gilley, JE Strassmann, DC Queller
Current Biology 18 (7), R287-R288, 2008
The behavior of honey bees (Apis mellifera ligustica) during queen duels
DC Gilley
Ethology 107 (7), 601-622, 2001
Effect of queen quality on interactions between workers and dueling queens in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies
DC Gilley, DR Tarpy, BB Land
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55 (2), 190-196, 2003
Volatile compounds emitted by live European honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) queens
DC Gilley, G DeGrandi-Hoffman, JE Hooper
Journal of insect physiology 52 (5), 520-527, 2006
Heat shielding: a novel method of colonial thermoregulation in honey bees
PT Starks, DC Gilley
Naturwissenschaften 86 (9), 438-440, 1999
Three mechanisms of queen elimination in swarming honey bee colonies
DC Gilley, DR Tarpy
Apidologie 36 (3), 461-474, 2005
Worker piping in honey bees (Apis mellifera): the behavior of piping nectar foragers
C Thom, DC Gilley, J Tautz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (4), 199-205, 2003
The identity of nest-site scouts in honey bee swarms
DC Gilley
Apidologie 29 (3), 229-240, 1998
Seasonal nest usurpation of European colonies by African swarms in Arizona, USA
SS Schneider, T Deeby, DC Gilley, G DeGrandi-Hoffman
Insectes Sociaux 51 (4), 359-364, 2004
Group decision making during queen production in colonies of highly eusocial bees
DR Tarpy, DC Gilley
Apidologie 35 (2), 207-216, 2004
The influence of season and volatile compounds on the acceptance of introduced European honey bee (Apis mellifera) queens into European and Africanized colonies
G DeGrandi-Hoffman, D Gilley, J Hooper
Apidologie 38 (3), 230-237, 2007
Absence of nepotism in the harassment of duelling queens by honeybee workers
DC Gilley
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Hydrocarbons emitted by waggle-dancing honey bees increase forager recruitment by stimulating dancing
DC Gilley
PloS one 9 (8), e105671, 2014
Hydrocarbons emitted by waggle-dancing honey bees stimulate colony foraging activity by causing experienced foragers to exploit known food sources
DC Gilley, JM Kuzora, C Thom
Apidologie 43 (1), 85-94, 2012
The scent of the dance: Honey bee waggle dancers produce volatile compounds that affect foraging behavior
C Thom, DC Gilley, J Hooper, HE Esch
IUSSI 2006 Congress, 2006
Phenology of Honey Bee Swarm Departure in New Jersey, United States
DC Gilley, TJ Courtright, C Thom
Environmental entomology 47 (3), 603-608, 2018
Behavioral Activity of Hydrocarbons Emitted by Honeybee Waggle Dancers
DC Gilley, N Miller, TJ Courtright, C Thom
Journal of insect behavior 31 (1), 83-90, 2018
Waggle-Dancing Bees Emit Body Odors: New Evidence Of An Important Role For Scent In Bee Foraging Communication
D Gilley, C Thom
Bee Culture, 33-37, 2015
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