Jair E Garcia
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Numerical ordering of zero in honey bees
SR Howard, A Avarguès-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Science 360 (6393), 1124-1126, 2018
Linearisation of RGB Camera Responses for Quantitative Image Analysis of Visible and UV Photography: A Comparison of Two Techniques
JE Garcia, AG Dyer, AD Greentree, G Spring, PA Wilksch
Plos One 8 (11), e79534, 2013
Flower Colours through the Lens: Quantitative Measurement with Visible and Ultraviolet Digital Photography
JE Garcia, AD Greentree, M Shrestha, A Dorin, AG Dyer
PlosOne 9 (5), e96646, 2014
Bee reverse-learning behavior and intra-colony differences: Simulations based on behavioral experiments reveal benefits of diversity
AG Dyer, A Dorin, V Reinhardt, JE Garcia, MGP Rosa
Ecological Modelling 277 (10), 119-131, 2014
Trade-off between camouflage and sexual dimorphism revealed by UV digital imaging: the case of Australian Mallee Dragons (Ctenophorus fordi)
JE Garcia, D Rohr, AG Dyer
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (22), 4290-4298, 2013
Assessing the ecological significance of bee visual detection and colour discrimination on the evolution of flower colours
Z Bukovac, A Dorin, V Finke, M Shrestha, J Garcia, A Avargues-Weber, ...
Evolutionary ecology 31 (2), 153-172, 2017
Innate colour preferences of the Australian native stingless bee Tetragonula carbonaria Sm.
AG Dyer, S Boyd-Gerny, M Shrestha, K Lunau, JE Garcia, S Koethe, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (9-10), 603-613, 2016
Characterization of Digital Cameras for Reflected Ultraviolet Photography; Implications for Qualitative and Quantitative Image Analysis During Forensic Examination
JE Garcia, PA Wilksch, G Spring, P Philp, A Dyer
Journal of Forensic Sciences 59 (1), 117-122, 2014
The path to colour discrimination is S-shaped: behaviour determines the interpretation of colour models
JE Garcia, J Spaethe, AG Dyer
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 203 (12), 983-997, 2017
Why background colour matters to bees and flowers
Z Bukovac, M Shrestha, JE Garcia, M Burd, A Dorin, AG Dyer
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 203 (5), 369-380, 2017
Flower detection and acuity of the Australian native stingless bee Tetragonula carbonaria Sm.
AG Dyer, M Streinzer, J Garcia
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (9-10), 629-639, 2016
Color Difference and Memory Recall in Free-Flying Honeybees: Forget the Hard Problem
AG Dyer, JE Garcia
Insects 5 (3), 629-638, 2014
Free-flying honeybees extrapolate relational size rules to sort successively visited artificial flowers in a realistic foraging situation
SR Howard, A Avargues-Weber, J Garcia, AG Dyer
Animal cognition 20 (4), 627-638, 2017
Numerical cognition in honeybees enables addition and subtraction
SR Howard, A Avarguès-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Science advances 5 (2), eaav0961, 2019
Why colour is complex: Evidence that bees perceive neither brightness nor green contrast in colour signal processing
L Ng, JE Garcia, AG Dyer
Facets 3 (1), 800-817, 2018
The answer is blowing in the wind: free-flying honeybees can integrate visual and mechano-sensory inputs for making complex foraging decisions
S Ravi, JE Garcia, C Wang, AG Dyer
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (21), 3465-3472, 2016
Seeing in colour: a hundred years of studies on bee vision since the work of the Nobel laureate Karl von Frisch
AG Dyer, JE Garcia, M Shrestha, K Lunau
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 127 (1), 66-72, 2015
Differentiating Biological Colours with Few and Many Sensors: Spectral Reconstruction with RGB and Hyperspectral Cameras
JE Garcia, MB Girard, M Kasumovic, P Petersen, PA Wilksch, AG Dyer
Plos One 10 (5), e0125817, 2015
Pollination in a new climate: Assessing the potential influence of flower temperature variation on insect pollinator behaviour
M Shrestha, JE Garcia, Z Bukovac, A Dorin, AG Dyer
PloS one 13 (8), e0200549, 2018
Flower signal variability overwhelms receptor-noise and requires plastic color learning in bees
JE Garcia, M Shrestha, AG Dyer
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1286-1297, 2018
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