Christoph Grüter
Christoph Grüter
Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, UK
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The honeybee waggle dance: can we follow the steps?
C Grüter, WM Farina
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (5), 242-247, 2009
Trail Pheromones: An Integrative View of Their Role in Social Insect Colony Organization
TJ Czaczkes, C Grüter, FLW Ratnieks
Annual Review of Entomology 60, 581-599, 2015
A morphologically specialized soldier caste improves colony defense in a neotropical eusocial bee
C Grüter, C Menezes, VL Imperatriz-Fonseca, FLW Ratnieks
PNAS 109 (4), 1182-1186, 2012
Social learning of floral odours inside the honeybee hive
WM Farina, C Grüter, PC Díaz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1575), 1923-1928, 2005
Decision making in ant foragers (Lasius niger) facing conflicting private and social information
C Grüter, TJ Czaczkes, FLW Ratnieks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (2), 141-148, 2011
Insights from insects about adaptive social information use
C Grüter, E Leadbeater
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (3), 177-184, 2014
Informational conflicts created by the waggle dance
C Grüter, MS Balbuena, WM Farina
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1640), 1321-1327, 2008
Honeybees learn floral odors while receiving nectar from foragers within the hive
WM Farina, C Grüter, L Acosta, S Mc Cabe
Naturwissenschaften 94 (1), 55-60, 2007
Stingless bees: their behaviour, ecology and evolution
C Grüter
Springer Nature, Cham Switzerland, 2020
Synergy between social and private information increases foraging efficiency in ants
TJ Czaczkes, C Grüter, SM Jones, FLW Ratnieks
Biology Letters 7 (4), 521-524, 2011
Flower constancy in insect pollinators: Adaptive foraging behaviour or cognitive limitation?
C Grüter, FLW Ratnieks
Communicative & Integrative Biology 4 (6), 633-636, 2011
Ant foraging on complex trails: route learning and the role of trail pheromones in Lasius niger
TJ Czaczkes, C Grüter, L Ellis, E Wood, FLW Ratnieks
The Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 188-197, 2013
Flower constancy in honey bee workers (Apis mellifera) depends on ecologically realistic rewards
C Grüter, H Moore, N Firmin, H Helanterä, FLW Ratnieks
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (8), 1397-1402, 2011
Propagation of olfactory information within the honeybee hive
C Grüter, LE Acosta, WM Farina
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (5), 707-715, 2006
Honeybee foragers increase the use of waggle dance information when private information becomes unrewarding
C Grüter, FLW Ratnieks
Animal Behaviour, 2011
Repeated evolution of soldier sub-castes suggests parasitism drives social complexity in stingless bees.
C Grüter, FH Segers, C Menezes, A Vollet-Neto, T Falcón, L von Zuben, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 4, 2017
Negative feedback in ants: crowding results in less trail pheromone deposition
TJ Czaczkes, C Grüter, FLW Ratnieks
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10 (81), 20121009, 2013
Why, when and where did honey bee dance communication evolve?
R I'Anson Price, C Grüter
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 125, 2015
The natural history of nest defence in a stingless bee, Tetragonisca angustula (Latreille)(Hymenoptera: Apidae), with two distinct types of entrance guards
C Grüter, MH Kärcher, FLW Ratnieks
Neotropical Entomology 40 (1), 55-61, 2011
Negative feedback enables fast and flexible collective decision-making in ants
C Grüter, R Schürch, TJ Czaczkes, K Taylor, T Durance, SM Jones, ...
PLoS One 7 (9), e44501, 2012
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