Chemical Communication in Hymenopterans

The number of each paper in the list corresponds to the number in the complete list of publications.

  1. Torres-Contreras, H., Olivares-Donoso, R. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2007) Solitary foraging in the ancestral South American ant, Pogonomyrmex vermiculatus. Is it due to constraints in the production or perception of trail pheromones? Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 435-440.
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  2. Flores-Prado, L., Aguilera-Olivares, D. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2008) Nestmate recognition in Manuelia postica (Apidae, Xylocopinae): an eusocial trait is present in a solitary bee. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 275: 285-291.
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  3. Flores-Prado, L., Chiappa, E. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2008) Nesting biology, life cycle, and interactions between females of Manuelia postica, a solitary species of the Xylocopinae (Hymenoptera: Apidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology 35: 93-102.
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  4. Torres-Contreras, H. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2009) Fasting and chemical signals affect recruitment and foraging efficiency in the harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex vermiculatus. Behaviour 146: 923-938.
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  5. Flores-Prado, L. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2010) Kin recognition in the largely solitary bee, Manuelia postica (Apidae: Xylocopinae). Ethology 116: 466-471.
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  6. Flores-Prado, L. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2012) Host location by ichneumonid parasitoids is associated with nest dimensions of the host bee species. Neotropical Entomology 41: 283-287.
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