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Vasas V, Chittka L(2018). Insect-Inspired Sequential Inspection Strategy Enables an Artificial Network of Four Neurons to Estimate Numerosity. iScience vol. 11, 85-92. 10.1016/j.isci.2018.12.009 Perry CJ, Chittka L(2018). How foresight might support the behavioral flexibility of arthropods. Curr Opin Neurobiol vol. 54, 171-177. 10.1016/j.conb.2018.10.014 Wang M-Y, Chittka L, Ings TC(2018). Bumblebees Express Consistent, but Flexible, Speed-Accuracy Tactics Under Different Levels of Predation Threat. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 9, 1601-1601. 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01601 Guiraud M, Roper M, Chittka L(2018). High-Speed Videography Reveals How Honeybees Can Turn a Spatial Concept Learning Task Into a Simple Discrimination Task by Stereotyped Flight Movements and Sequential Inspection of Pattern Elements. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 9, 1347-1347. 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01347 Lawson DA, Chittka L, Whitney HM et al.(2018). Bumblebees distinguish floral scent patterns, and can transfer these to corresponding visual patterns. Proc Biol Sci vol. 285, (1880) 10.1098/rspb.2018.0661 Gallo V, Chittka L(2018). Cognitive Aspects of Comb-Building in the Honeybee?. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 9, 900-900. 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00900 Nieberding CM, Van Dyck H, Chittka L(2018). Adaptive learning in non-social insects: from theory to field work, and back. Curr Opin Insect Sci vol. 27, 75-81. 10.1016/j.cois.2018.03.008 Matthews T, Osorio D, Cavallaro A et al.(2018). The Importance of Spatial Visual Scene Parameters in Predicting Optimal Cone Sensitivities in Routinely Trichromatic Frugivorous Old-World Primates. Front Comput Neurosci vol. 12, 15-15. 10.3389/fncom.2018.00015 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/36665 Vasas V, Brebner JS, Chittka L(2018). Color discrimination is not just limited by photoreceptor noise: A comment on Olsson et al. Behavioral Ecology vol. 29, (2) 285-286. 10.1093/beheco/arx157 Li L, Su S, Perry CJ et al.(2018). Large-scale transcriptome changes in the process of long-term visual memory formation in the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris. Sci Rep vol. 8, (1) 534-534. 10.1038/s41598-017-18836-3 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/32371 (2018). Bumblebee social learning can lead to suboptimal foraging choices. Animal Behaviour vol. 135, 209-214. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.11.022 Skorupski P, MaBouDi H, Galpayage Dona HS et al.(2018). Counting insects. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci vol. 373, (1740) 10.1098/rstb.2016.0513 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/34388 Woodgate JL, Makinson JC, Lim KS et al.(2017). Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees. Sci Rep vol. 7, (1) 17323-17323. 10.1038/s41598-017-17553-1 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/33923 (2017). Active vision: A broader comparative perspective is needed. Constructivist Foundations vol. 13, (1) 128-129. Li L, MaBouDi H, Egertová M et al.(2017). A possible structural correlate of learning performance on a colour discrimination task in the brain of the bumblebee. Proc Biol Sci vol. 284, (1864) 10.1098/rspb.2017.1323 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/27503 Buatois A, Pichot C, Schultheiss P et al.(2017). Associative visual learning by tethered bees in a controlled visual environment. Sci Rep vol. 7, (1) 12903-12903. 10.1038/s41598-017-12631-w https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/33903 Chittka L(2017). Bee cognition. Curr Biol vol. 27, (19) R1049-R1053. 10.1016/j.cub.2017.08.008 Chittka L(2017). Primer Bee cognition. CURRENT BIOLOGY vol. 27, (19) R1049-R1053. 10.1016/j.cub.2017.08.008 Guiraud M, Maboudi H, Aniculaesei TC et al. (2017). What Can Bee Scanning Tell Us About Visual Pattern Recognition. PERCEPTION. vol. 46, 1231-1231. EMBERTON S, Chittka L, Cavallaro A(2017). Underwater image and video dehazing with pure haze region segmentation. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 10.1016/j.cviu.2017.08.003 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/32415 Andalo C, Chittka L, Lihoreau M(2017). Analysing plant–pollinator interactions with spatial movement networks. Ecological Entomology vol. 42, 4-17. 10.1111/een.12446 (2017). The frontiers of insect cognition. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences vol. 16, 111-118. 10.1016/j.cobeha.2017.05.011 MaBouDi H, Shimazaki H, Giurfa M et al.(2017). Olfactory learning without the mushroom bodies: Spiking neural network models of the honeybee lateral antennal lobe tract reveal its capacities in odour memory tasks of varied complexities. PLoS Comput Biol vol. 13, (6) e1005551-e1005551. 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005551 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/34407 Peng F, Chittka L(2017). A Simple Computational Model of the Bee Mushroom Body Can Explain Seemingly Complex Forms of Olfactory Learning and Memory. Curr Biol vol. 27, (11) 10.1016/j.cub.2017.05.037 Baracchi D, Marples A, Jenkins AJ et al.(2017). Nicotine in floral nectar pharmacologically influences bumblebee learning of floral features. Sci Rep vol. 7, (1) 1951-1951. 10.1038/s41598-017-01980-1 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/24821 (2017). Sheep in wolf's clothing: multicomponent traits enhance the success of mimicry in spider-mimicking moths. Animal Behaviour vol. 127, 219-224. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.03.020 Vasas V, Hanley D, Kevan PG et al.(2017). Multispectral images of flowers reveal the adaptive significance of using long-wavelength-sensitive receptors for edge detection in bees. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol vol. 203, (4) 301-311. 10.1007/s00359-017-1156-x https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/23226 CHITTKA L, Perry C, Loukola O et al.(2017). Bumblebees show cognitive flexibility by improving upon an observed complex behaviour. Science 10.1126/science.aag2360 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/19366 Roper M, Fernando C, Chittka L(2017). Insect Bio-inspired Neural Network Provides New Evidence on How Simple Feature Detectors Can Enable Complex Visual Generalization and Stimulus Location Invariance in the Miniature Brain of Honeybees. PLoS Comput Biol vol. 13, (2) e1005333-e1005333. 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005333 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/19739 Alem S, Perry CJ, Zhu X et al.(2016). Correction: Associative Mechanisms Allow for Social Learning and Cultural Transmission of String Pulling in an Insect. PLoS Biol vol. 14, (12) e1002589-e1002589. 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002589 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/19365 (2016). Honeybees (Apis mellifera) exhibit flexible visual search strategies for vertical targets presented at various heights [version 2; referees: 3 approved]. F1000Research vol. 3, 10.12688/f1000research.4799.2 CHITTKA L(2016). A simple computational model of the bee mushroom body can explain seemingly complex forms of olfactory learning and memory. Current Biology vol. in press, 10.1016/j.cub.2016.10.054 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17666 Dawson EH, Chittka L, Leadbeater E(2016). Alarm substances induce associative social learning in honeybees, Apis mellifera. Animal Behaviour vol. 122, 17-22. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.08.006 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17669 Niven JE, Chittka L(2016). Evolving understanding of nervous system evolution. Curr Biol vol. 26, (20) R937-R941. 10.1016/j.cub.2016.09.003 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17674 CHITTKA L, Perry CJ, Alem S et al.(2016). Associative Mechanisms Allow for Social Learning and Cultural Transmission of String Pulling in an Insect. PLoS Biology 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002564 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/15934 Baracchi D, Turillazzi S, Chittka L(2016). Facial patterns in a tropical social wasp correlate with colony membership. Naturwissenschaften vol. 103, (9-10) 80-80. 10.1007/s00114-016-1406-8 CHITTKA L, Perry CJ, Baciadonna L(2016). Unexpected rewards induce dopamine-dependent positive emotion–like state changes in bumblebees. Science vol. 353, (6307) 1529-1531. 10.1126/science.aaf4454 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17808 Woodgate JL, Makinson JC, Lim KS et al.(2016). Life-Long Radar Tracking of Bumblebees. PLoS One vol. 11, (8) e0160333-e0160333. 10.1371/journal.pone.0160333 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/15788 Lihoreau M, Ings TC, Chittka L et al.(2016). Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional foraging flights of bumblebees. Scientific Reports vol. 6, 30401-30401. 10.1038/srep30401 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17698 Maboudi H, Chittka L(2016). A Neural Network Model for the Dynamics of Orientation Selectivity Neurons in the Bee Visual System. PERCEPTION vol. 45, (6) 690-691. Smolla M, Alem S, Chittka L et al.(2016). Copy-when-uncertain: bumblebees rely on social information when rewards are highly variable. Biology Letters vol. 12, (6) 20160188-20160188. 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0188 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17203 Chittka L(2016). Editorial overview: Behavioural ecology-molecular and neural mechanisms underpinning adaptive behaviour in insects. Curr Opin Insect Sci vol. 15, vii-ix. 10.1016/j.cois.2016.05.002 Whitney HM, Reed A, Rands SA et al.(2016). Flower Iridescence Increases Object Detection in the Insect Visual System without Compromising Object Identity. Curr Biol vol. 26, (6) 802-808. 10.1016/j.cub.2016.01.026 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/16087 Wolf S, Chittka L(2016). Male bumblebees, Bombus terrestris, perform equally well as workers in a serial colour-learning task. Anim Behav vol. 111, 147-155. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.10.009 Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Raine NE(2016). Monitoring Flower Visitation Networks and Interactions between Pairs of Bumble Bees in a Large Outdoor Flight Cage. PLoS One vol. 11, (3) 10.1371/journal.pone.0150844 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17202 Emberton S, Chittka L, Cavallaro A et al.(2016). Sensor capability and atmospheric correction in ocean colour remote sensing. Remote Sensing vol. 8, (1) 10.3390/rs8010001 Nityananda V, Chittka L(2015). Modality-specific attention in foraging bumblebees. R Soc Open Sci vol. 2, (10) 10.1098/rsos.150324 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17222 McCarthy EW, Arnold SEJ, Chittka L et al.(2015). The effect of polyploidy and hybridization on the evolution of floral colour in Nicotiana (Solanaceae). Ann Bot vol. 115, (7) 1117-1131. 10.1093/aob/mcv048 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/11213 Wang MY, Brennan CH, Lachlan RF et al.(2015). Speed-accuracy trade-offs and individually consistent decision making by individuals and dyads of zebrafish in a colour discrimination task. Animal Behaviour vol. 103, 277-283. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.01.022 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/54207 Sadd BM, Barribeau SM, Bloch G et al.(2015). The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organization. Genome Biol vol. 16, 10.1186/s13059-015-0623-3 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17262 Hunt KL, Chittka L(2015). Merging of long-term memories in an insect. Curr Biol vol. 25, (6) 741-745. 10.1016/j.cub.2015.01.023 Jones PL, Ryan MJ, Chittka L(2015). The influence of past experience with flower reward quality on social learning in bumblebees. Animal Behaviour vol. 101, 11-18. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.12.016 Baracchi D, Petrocelli I, Chittka L et al.(2015). Speed and accuracy in nest-mate recognition: A hover wasp prioritizes face recognition over colony odour cues to minimize intrusion by outsiders. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences vol. 282, (1802) 10.1098/rspb.2014.2750 Baracchi D, Brown MJF, Chittka L(2015). Behavioural evidence for self-medication in bumblebees?. F1000Res vol. 4, 10.12688/f1000research.6262.2 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17242 (2015). Bumblebees utilize floral cues differently on vertically and horizontally arranged flowers. Behavioral Ecology vol. 26, (3) 773-781. 10.1093/beheco/arv010 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/15865 Hunt KL, Chittka L(2015). Erratum: Merging of long-term memories in an insect (Current Biology (2015) 25 (741-745)). Current Biology vol. 25, (7) 10.1016/j.cub.2015.03.024 (2015). Merging of long-term memories in an insect. Current Biology vol. 25, (6) 741-745. 10.1016/j.cub.2015.01.023 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/16088 Wang MY, Wang MY, Brennan CH et al.(2015). Speed-accuracy trade-offs and individually consistent decision making by individuals and dyads of zebrafish in a colour discrimination task. Animal Behaviour 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.01.022 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/54207 (2014). Local enhancement or stimulus enhancement? Bumblebee social learning results in a specific pattern of flower preference. Animal Behaviour vol. 97, 185-191. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.09.020 Dawson EH, Chittka L(2014). Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) use social information as an indicator of safety in dangerous environments. Proc Biol Sci vol. 281, (1785) 10.1098/rspb.2013.3174 Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Royle NJ(2014). Effects of resource variation during early life and adult social environment on contest outcomes in burying beetles: a context-dependent silver spoon strategy?. Proc Biol Sci vol. 281, (1785) 10.1098/rspb.2013.3102 Nityananda V, Skorupski P, Chittka L(2014). Can bees see at a glance?. J Exp Biol vol. 217, (Pt 11) 1933-1939. 10.1242/jeb.101394 Chittka L, Faruq S, Skorupski P et al.(2014). Colour constancy in insects. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol vol. 200, (6) 435-448. 10.1007/s00359-014-0897-z Chittka L, Raine NE(2014). Bumblebee colour patterns and predation risk: a reply to Owen (2014). JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY vol. 292, (2) 133-135. 10.1111/jzo.12117 Hunt K, Chittka L(2014). False memory susceptibility is correlated with categorisation ability in humans. F1000Res vol. 3, 10.12688/f1000research.4645.2 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17422 Jones PL, Ryan MJ, Chittka L (2014). Interactions between innate color preferences, individual experience and social information in bumblebee foraging decisions. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. vol. 54, E103-E103. Avarguès-Weber A, Chittka L(2014). Observational conditioning in flower choice copying by bumblebees (Bombus terrestris): influence of observer distance and demonstrator movement. PLoS One vol. 9, (2) 10.1371/journal.pone.0088415 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17746 Morawetz L, Chittka L, Spaethe J(2014). Strategies of the honeybee Apis mellifera during visual search for vertical targets presented at various heights: a role for spatial attention?. F1000Res vol. 3, 10.12688/f1000research.4799.1 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17744 Wang M-Y, Ings TC, Proulx MJ et al.(2013). Can bees simultaneously engage in adaptive foraging behaviour and attend to cryptic predators?. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR vol. 86, (4) 859-866. 10.1016/j.anbehav.2013.07.029 Collett M, Chittka L, Collett TS(2013). Spatial memory in insect navigation. Curr Biol vol. 23, (17) R789-R800. 10.1016/j.cub.2013.07.020 Papadopulos AST, Powell MP, Pupulin F et al.(2013). Convergent evolution of floral signals underlies the success of Neotropical orchids. Proc Biol Sci vol. 280, (1765) 10.1098/rspb.2013.0960 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17747 Faruq S, McOwan PW, Chittka L(2013). The biological significance of color constancy: an agent-based model with bees foraging from flowers under varied illumination. J Vis vol. 13, (10) 10.1167/13.10.10 Clare EL, Schiestl FP, Leitch AR et al.(2013). The promise of genomics in the study of plant-pollinator interactions. Genome Biol vol. 14, (6) 10.1186/gb-2013-14-6-207 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/5281 Clare EL, Schiestl FP, Leitch AR et al.(2013). The promise of genomics in the study of plant-pollinator interactions. Genome Biology 10.1186/gb4103 Chittka L, Stelzer RJ, Stanewsky R(2013). Daily changes in ultraviolet light levels can synchronize the circadian clock of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris). Chronobiol Int vol. 30, (4) 434-442. 10.3109/07420528.2012.741168 Avargues-Weber A, Dawson EH, Chittka L(2013). Mechanisms of social learning across species boundaries. JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY vol. 290, (1) 1-11. 10.1111/jzo.12015 Dawson EH, Avarguès-Weber A, Chittka L et al.(2013). Learning by observation emerges from simple associations in an insect model. Curr Biol vol. 23, (8) 727-730. 10.1016/j.cub.2013.03.035 Chittka L, Peng F(2013). Neuroscience. Caffeine boosts bees' memories. Science vol. 339, (6124) 1157-1159. 10.1126/science.1234411 Reynolds AM, Lihoreau M, Chittka L(2013). A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangements. PLoS Comput Biol vol. 9, (3) 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002938 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/4929 van der Woude E, Smid HM, Chittka L et al.(2013). Breaking Haller's rule: brain-body size isometry in a minute parasitic wasp. Brain Behav Evol vol. 81, (2) 86-92. 10.1159/000345945 Papadopulos AST, Powell MP, Pupulin F et al.(2013). Convergent evolution of floral signals underlies the success of neotropical orchids. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences vol. 280, (1765) 10.1098/rspb.2013.0960 Lihoreau M, Raine NE, Reynolds AM et al.(2013). Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees. Commun Integr Biol vol. 6, (1) 10.4161/cib.22701 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/38703 Chittka A, Wurm Y, Chittka L(2012). Epigenetics: the making of ant castes. Curr Biol vol. 22, (19) R835-R838. 10.1016/j.cub.2012.07.045 (2012). An exploration of the social brain hypothesis in insects. Frontiers in Physiology vol. 3 NOV, 10.3389/fphys.2012.00442 Arnold SEJ, Chittka L(2012). Illumination preference, illumination constancy and colour discrimination by bumblebees in an environment with patchy light. J Exp Biol vol. 215, (Pt 13) 2173-2180. 10.1242/jeb.065565 Ings TC, Wang M-Y, Chittka L(2012). Colour-independent shape recognition of cryptic predators by bumblebees. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY vol. 66, (3) 487-496. 10.1007/s00265-011-1295-y Lenz F, Ings TC, Chittka L et al.(2012). Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Bumblebees Foraging under Predation Risk. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS vol. 108, (9) Article ARTN 098103, 10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.098103 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17122 Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Le Comber SC et al.(2012). Bees do not use nearest-neighbour rules for optimization of multi-location routes. Biol Lett vol. 8, (1) 13-16. 10.1098/rsbl.2011.0661 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/16131 Chittka L, Dyer A(2012). Cognition: Your face looks familiar. Nature vol. 481, (7380) 154-155. 10.1038/481154a Lihoreau M, Latty T, Chittka L(2012). An exploration of the social brain hypothesis in insects. Front Physiol vol. 3, 10.3389/fphys.2012.00442 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/17802 Muller H, Chittka L(2012). 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ENTOMOL GEN vol. 28, (3) 233-238. 10.1127/entom.gen/28/2005/233 Chittka L, Ings TC, Raine NE(2004). Chance and adaptation in the evolution of island bumblebee behaviour. POPULATION ECOLOGY vol. 46, (3) 243-251. 10.1007/s10144-004-0180-1 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/191 Dyer AG, Chittka L(2004). Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) sacrifice foraging speed to solve difficult colour discrimination tasks. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol vol. 190, (9) 759-763. 10.1007/s00359-004-0547-y https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/856 Chittka L(2004). Dances as windows into insect perception. PLoS Biol vol. 2, (7) 10.1371/journal.pbio.0020216 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/171 Smith C, Barber I, Wootton RJ et al.(2004). A receiver bias in the origin of three-spined stickleback mate choice. P ROY SOC B-BIOL SCI vol. 271, (1542) 949-955. 10.1098/rspb.2004.2690 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/1065 Dyer AG, Chittka L(2004). Fine colour discrimination requires differential conditioning in bumblebees. Naturwissenschaften vol. 91, (5) 224-227. 10.1007/s00114-004-0508-x https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/863 Dyer AG, Chittka L(2004). Bumblebee search time without ultraviolet light. J Exp Biol vol. 207, (Pt 10) 1683-1688. 10.1242/jeb.00941 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/720 Dornhaus A, Chittka L(2004). Information flow and regulation of foraging activity in bumble bees (Bombus spp.). APIDOLOGIE vol. 35, (2) 183-192. 10.1051/apido:2004002 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/642 Dyer AG, Chittka L(2004). Biological significance of distinguishing between similar colours in spectrally variable illumination: bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) as a case study. J COMP PHYSIOL A vol. 190, (2) 105-114. 10.1007/s00359-003-0475-2 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/848 Dornhaus A, Chittka L(2004). Why do honey bees dance?. BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL vol. 55, (4) 395-401. 10.1007/s00265-003-0726-9 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/747 CHITTKA L, Wells H(2004). Color vision in bees: mechanisms, ecology and evolution. Complex worlds from simpler nervous systems, Editors: Prete, FR, MIT Press (Boston), Spaethe J, Chittka L(2003). Interindividual variation of eye optics and single object resolution in bumblebees. J EXP BIOL vol. 206, (19) 3447-3453. 10.1242/jeb.00570 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/878 Chittka L, Dyer AG, Bock F et al.(2003). Psychophysics - Bees trade off foraging speed for accuracy. NATURE vol. 424, (6947) 388-388. 10.1038/424388a https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/351 Chittka L, Tautz J(2003). The spectral input to honeybee visual odometry. J EXP BIOL vol. 206, (14) 2393-2397. 10.1242/jeb.00436 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/729 Heiling AM, Herberstein ME, Chittka L(2003). Pollinator attraction: Crab-spiders manipulate flower signals. Nature vol. 421, (6921) 10.1038/421334a https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/206 Dornhaus A, Brockman A, Chittka L(2003). Bumble bees alert to food with pheromone from tergal gland. J COMP PHYSIOL A vol. 189, (1) 47-51. 10.1007/s00359-002-0374-y https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/857 CHITTKA L(2003). Plants and animals, forever entangled: Plant–Animal Interactions – An Evolutionary Approach edited by C.M. Herrera and O. Pellmyr. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. vol. 18, (1) 12-13. Chittka L(2002). Influence of intermittent rewards in learning to handle flowers in bumblebees (Hymenoptera : Apidae : Bombus impatiens). ENTOMOL GEN vol. 26, (2) 85-91. 10.1127/entom.gen/26/2002/85 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/902 Dornhaus A, Chittka L(2001). Food alert in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris): possible mechanisms and evolutionary implications. BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL vol. 50, (6) 570-576. 10.1007/s002650100395 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/866 Kevan PG, Chittka L, Dyer AG (2001). Limits to the salience of ultraviolet: Lessons from colour vision in bees and birds. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY. vol. 204, 2571-2580. https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/730 Chittka L, Schürkens S(2001). Successful invasion of a floral market. Nature vol. 411, (6838) 10.1038/35079676 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/205 Spaethe J, Tautz J, Chittka L(2001). Visual constraints in foraging bumblebees: flower size and color affect search time and flight behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A vol. 98, (7) 3898-3903. 10.1073/pnas.071053098 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/194 Spaethe J, Schmidt A, Hickelsberger A et al.(2001). Adaptation, constraint, and chance in the evolution of flower color and pollinator color vision. Cognitive ecology of pollination : animal behavior and floral evolution, Editors: Thomson, JD, Chittka, L, Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge.), https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/1119 Chittka L(2001). Camouflage of predatory crab spiders on flowers and the colour perception of bees (Aranida : Thomisidae/Hymenoptera : Apidae). ENTOMOL GEN vol. 25, (3) 181-187. 10.1127/entom.gen/25/2001/181 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/903 CHITTKA L, Thompson JD(2001). Cognitive ecology of pollination : animal behavior and floral evolution. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge), CHITTKA L, Thomson JD(2001). Pollinator individuality: when does it matter?. Cognitive ecology of pollination : animal behavior and floral evolution, Editors: Chittka, L, Thomson, JD, Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge.), Briscoe AD, Chittka L(2001). The evolution of color vision in insects. Annu Rev Entomol vol. 46, 471-510. 10.1146/annurev.ento.46.1.471 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/245 Schurkens S, Chittka L(2001). The significance of the invasive crucifer species Bunias orientalis (Brassicaceae) as a nectar source for central European insects. ENTOMOL GEN vol. 25, (2) 115-120. 10.1127/entom.gen/25/2001/115 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/217 CHITTKA L, Briscoe A(2001). Why sensory ecology needs to become more evolutionary - insect color vision as a case in point. Ecology of sensing, Editors: Barth, FG, Schmid, A, Springer Verlag. (Berlin.), https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/handle/123456789/1039 PAPERS PUBLISHED AND IN PRESS (papers in top tier journals in red)

2019

 237. Perry C.J. & Chittka L. (2019) How foresight might support the behavioral flexibility of arthropods. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 54: 171-177. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conb.2018.10.014 .
 236. Vasas V. & Chittka L. (2019) Insect-inspired sequential inspection strategy enables an artificial network of four neurons to estimate numerosity. iScience, 11: 85-92. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2018.12.009 .


2018

 235. Avargues-Weber A., Lachlan R. & Chittka L. (2018) Bumblebee social learning can lead to suboptimal foraging choices. Animal Behaviour 135(2018): 209-214. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.11.022.
 234. Emberton S., Chittka L. & Cavallaro A.(2018) Underwater image and video dehazing with pure haze region segmentation. Computer vision and Image Understanding, 168: 145-156. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cviu.2017.08.003.
 233. Gallo V. & Chittka L. (2018) Cognitive Aspects of Comb-Building in the Honeybee? Frontiers in Psychology, 9:900. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00900.
 232. Guiraud M., Roper M. & Chittka L. (2018) High-Speed Videography Reveals How Honeybees Can Turn a Spatial Concept Learning Task Into a Simple Discrimination Task by Stereotyped Flight Movements and Sequential Inspection of Pattern Elements. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1347. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01347.
 231. Lawson D.A., Chittka L., Whitney H.M. & Rands S.A. (2018) Bumblebees distinguish floral scent patterns, and can transfer these to corresponding visual patterns. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 285(1880): 20180661:. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2018.0661.
 230. Li Li, Su S., Perry C.J., Elphick M.R., Chittka L. & Sovik E.(2018) Large-scale transcriptome changes in the process of long-term visual memory formation in the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris. Scientific Reports 8, Article number: 534. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-18836-3.
 229. Matthews T., Osorio D., Cavallaro A. & Chittka L. (2018) The Importance of Spatial Visual Scene Parameters in Predicting Optimal Cone Sensitivities in Routinely Trichromatic Frugivorous Old-World Primates. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 12:15. DOI: 10.3389/fncom.2018.00015.
 228. Nieberding C.M., Van Dyck H. & Chittka L. (2018) Adaptive learning in non-social insects: from theory to field work, and back. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 27:75-81. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cois.2018.03.008.
 227. Skorupski P., MaBouDi H., Galpayage Dona H.S. & Chittka L. (2018) Counting Insects. Phil Trans R Soc B 373(2018): 20160513 DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2016.0513.
 226. Vasas V., Brebner J.S. & Chittka L. (2018) Color discrimination is not just limited by photoreceptor noise: a comment on Olsson et al. Behavioral Ecology 29(2): 285–286. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arx157. 
 225. Wang M., Chittka L. & Ings T.C. (2018) Bumblebees express consistent, but flexible, speed-accuracy tactics under different levels of predation threat. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1601. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01601.
 224. Woodgate J.L. & Chittka L. (2018) Central Place Foraging. In: Vonk J., Shackelford T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer, Cham. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47829-6_881-1.


2017

 223. Baracchi D., Marples A., Jenkins A.J., Leitch A.R. & Chittka L. (2017) Nicotine in floral nectar pharmacologically influences bumblebee learning of floral features. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 1951. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-01980-1.
 222. Buatois A., Pichot C., Schultheiss P., Sandoz JC., Lazzari C.R.,Chittka L., Avarguès-Weber A. & Giurfa M. (2017) Associative visual learning by tethered bees in a controlled visual environment. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 12903. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-12631-w.
 221. Chittka L. (2017) Bee cognition. Current Biology 27(19): R1049–R1053. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2017.08.008.
 220. Chittka L. & Skorupski P. (2017) Active vision: A broader comparative perspective is needed. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 128–129. http://constructivist.info/13/1/128.
 219. Li Li, MaBouDi H., Egertová M., Elphick M.R.,Chittka L. & Perry C.J.(2017) A possible structural correlate of learning performance on a colour discrimination task in the brain of the bumblebee. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 284(1864): 20171323. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1323.
 218. Loukola O.J., Perry C.J., Coscos L. & Chittka L. (2017) Bumblebees show cognitive flexibility by improving on an observed complex behavior. Science 355(6327): 833-836. DOI: 10.1126/science.aag2360.
 217. MaBouDi H., Shimazaki H., Giurfa M.& Chittka L. (2017) Olfactory learning without the mushroom bodies: Spiking neural network models of the honeybee lateral antennal lobe tract reveal its capacities in odour memory tasks of varied complexities. PLoS Comput Biol 13(6): e1005551. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005551.
 216. Pasquaretta C., Jeanson R., Andalo C., Chittka L. & Lihoreau M. (2017) Analysing plant–pollinator interactions with spatial movement networks. Ecological Entomology 42 (Suppl. 1): 4–17. DOI: 10.1111/een.12446.
 215. Peng F. & Chittka L. (2017) A Simple Computational Model of the Bee Mushroom Body Can Explain Seemingly Complex Forms of Olfactory Learning and Memory. Current Biology 27(2): 224-230. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.10.054.
 214. Perry C.J., Barron A.B. & Chittka L. (2017) The frontiers of insect cognition. Curr Opin Behav Sci 16:111-118. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cobeha.2017.05.011.
 213. Roper M., Fernando C. & Chittka L. (2017) Insect Bio-inspired Neural Network Provides New Evidence on How Simple Feature Detectors Can Enable Complex Visual Generalization and Stimulus Location Invariance in the Miniature Brain of Honeybees. PLoS Comput Biol 13(2): e1005333. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005333.
 212. Vasas V., Hanley D., Kevan P.G. & Chittka L. (2017) Multispectral images of flowers reveal the adaptive significance of using long-wavelength-sensitive receptors for edge detection in bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A  203(4): 301-311. doi:10.1007/s00359-017-1156-x.
 211. Wang MY., Vasas V., Chittka L. &  Yen SH. (2017) Sheep in wolf's clothing: multicomponent traits enhance the success of mimicry in spider-mimicking moths. Animal Behaviour 127:219-224. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.03.020.
 210. Woodgate JL., Makinson JC., Lim KS., Reynolds AM. & Chittka L. (2017)Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees. Scientific Reports 7: 17323  doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-17553-1.



2016

 209. Alem S., Perry C.J., Zhu X., Loukola O.J., Ingraham T., Søvik E. & Chittka L. (2016) Associative Mechanisms Allow for Social Learning and Cultural Transmission of String Pulling in an Insect. PLoS Biology 14(10): e1002564. doi:10.1371/journal. pbio.1002564.
 208. Baracchi D., Turillazzi S. & Chittka L. (2016) Facial patterns in a tropical social wasp correlate with colony membership. The Science of Nature 103: 80. doi:10.1007/s00114-016-1406-8.
 207. Chittka L. (2016) Editorial overview: Behavioural ecology — molecular and neural mechanisms underpinning adaptive behaviour in insects. Current Opinion in Insect Science 15:vii–ix. DOI: 10.1016/j.cois.2016.05.002.
 206. Dawson E.H., Chittka L. & Leadbeater E. (2016) Alarm substances induce associative social learning in honeybees, Apis mellifera. Animal Behaviour 122:17-22. DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.08.006.
 205. Emberton S., Chittka L., Cavallaro A. & Wang M. (2016) Sensor Capability and Atmospheric Correction in Ocean Colour Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing, 8(1),1. DOI: 10.3390/rs8010001.
 204. Lihoreau M., Chittka L., & Raine, N. E. (2016). Monitoring Flower Visitation Networks and Interactions between Pairs of Bumble Bees in a Large Outdoor Flight Cage. PloS one, 11(3), e0150844. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0150844.
 203. Lihoreau M., Ings T. C., Chittka L., & Reynolds A. M. (2016). Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional foraging flights of bumblebees. Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 30401. DOI:10.1038/srep30401.
 202. Niven J.E. & Chittka L. (2016). Evolving understanding of nervous system evolution. Current Biology, 26(20):R937–R941; DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.09.003.
 201. Perry C.J., Baciadonna L. & Chittka L. (2016). Unexpected rewards induce dopamine-dependent positive emotion–like state changes in bumblebees. Science 353(6307):1529-1531; DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf4454.
 200. Smolla M., Alem S., Chittka L., & Shultz S. (2016). Copy-when-uncertain: bumblebees rely on social information when rewards are highly variable. Biology Letters 12:20160188; DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0188.
 199. Whitney H. M., Reed A., Rands S. A., Chittka L., & Glover B. J. (2016). Flower iridescence increases object detection in the insect visual system without compromising object identity. Current Biology, 26:802-808. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.01.026.
 198. Wolf S. & Chittka L. (2016) Male bumblebees, Bombus terrestris, perform equally well as workers in a serial colour-learning task. Animal Behaviour, 111:147-155. DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.10.009.
 197. Woodgate J. L., Makinson J. C., Lim K. S., Reynolds A. M. & Chittka L. (2016) Life-Long Radar Tracking of Bumblebees. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160333. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0160333.



2015

 196. Baracchi, D., Brown, M.J.F. & Chittka, L. (2015). Behavioural evidence for self-medication in bumblebees? F1000 Research, 4:73.

 195. Baracchi, D., Petrocelli, I., Chittka, L., Ricciardi, G., & Turillazzi, S. (2015). Speed and accuracy in nest-mate recognition: a hover wasp prioritizes face recognition over colony odour cues to minimize intrusion by outsiders. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 282(1802), 20142750.

194. Emberton, S., Chittka, L.,  Cavallaro, A. (2015) Hierarchical rank-based veiling light estimation for underwater dehazing. In; Xie, X., Jones, M.W., Tam, G.K.L. (editors). Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), pages 125.1-125.12. BMVA Press, DOI: 10.5244/C.29.125; https://dx.doi.org/10.5244/C.29.125.

 193. Hunt, K. & Chittka, L. (2015). Merging of Long-Term Memories in an Insect Current Biology, 25:741–745.

 192. Jones, P.L., Ryan, M.J. & Chittka, L. (2015). The influence of past experience with flower reward quality on social learning in bumblebees. Animal Behaviour, 101: 11-18.

 191. McCarthy, E. W., Arnold, S. E. J., Chittka, L., Le Comber, S. C., Verity, R., Dodsworth, S., Knapp, S., Kelly, L. J., Chase, M. W., Baldwin, I. T., Kova IK, A., Mhiri, C., Taylor, L. & Leitch, A. R. (2015). The effect of polyploidy and hybridization on the evolution of floral colour in Nicotiana (Solanaceae)Annals of Botany, 115: 1117–1131.

 190. Morawetz, L., Chittka, L. & Spaethe, J. (2015). Honeybees (Apis mellifera) exhibit flexible visual search strategies for vertical targets presented at various heights F1000Research, 3:174. 

 189. Nityananda, V. & Chittka, L. (2015). Modality-specific attention in foraging bumblebees. Royal Society Open Science, 2:150324.


 188. Sadd, B.M. & 143 other authors including Chittka, L. in position 130 (2015). The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organisation. Genome Biology, 16:76.

 187. Wang, M.Y., Brennan, C.H., Lachlan, R.F. & Chittka, L. (2015). Speed-accuracy trade-offs and individually consistent decision making by individuals and dyads of zebrafish in a colour discrimination task. Animal Behaviour, 103: 277-283.

 186. Wolf, S., Roper, M. & Chittka, L. (2015) Bumblebees utilize floral cues differently on vertically and horizontally arranged flowers. Behavioural Ecology 26(3), 773–781. doi:10.1093/beheco/arv010.

2014

 185. Avarguѐs-Weber, A. & Chittka, L. (2014). Local enhancement or stimulus enhancement? Bumblebee social learning results in a specific pattern of flower preference. Animal Behaviour, 97: 185-191.

 184. Avarguѐs-Weber, A. & Chittka, L. (2014). Observational Conditioning in Flower Choice Copying by Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris): Influence of Observer Distance and Demonstrator Movement. PloS ONE, 9(2): 1-5.

 183. Chittka, L., Faruq, S., Skorupski, P. & Werner, A. (2014). Colour constancy in insects. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, DOI 10.1007/s00359-014-0897-z.

 182. Chittka, L. & Raine, N.E. (2014). Bumblebee colour patterns and predation risk: a reply to Owen. Journal of Zoology, 292: 133-135.

 181. Dawson, E.H. & Chittka, L. (2014). Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) use social information as an indicator of safety in dangerous environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281:1-5.

 180. Hunt, K. & Chittka, L. (2014) False memory susceptibility is correlated with categorisation ability in humans. F1000Research, 3:154.

 179. Nityananda, V., Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2014) Can bees see at a glance? The Journal of Experimental Biology, 217: 1933-1939.

2013

 178. Avarguѐs-Weber, A., Dawson, E.H. & Chittka, L. (2013). Mechanisms of social learning across species boundaries. Journal of Zoology, 290: 1-11.

 177. Chittka, L., Stelzer, R. & Stanewsky R. (2013). Daily changes in UV light levels can synchronize the circadian clock of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris). Chronobiology International, 30: 434-442.

 176. Chittka, L. & Peng, F. (2013). Caffeine Boosts Bees’ Memories. Science, 309: 1157-1159.

 175. Clare, E.L., Schiestl, F.P., Leitch, A.R. & Chittka, L. (2013). The promise of genomics in the study of plant-pollinator interactions. Genome Biology, 14:207.

 174. Collett, M., Chittka, L.& Collett, T.S. (2013). Spatial Memory in Insect Navigation. Current Biology, 23(17): R789–R800.

 173. Dawson, E.H., Avarguѐs-Weber, A., Chittka, L. & Leadbeater, E. (2013). Learning by observation emerges from simple associations in an insect model. Current Biology, 23: 727-730.

 172. Faruq, S., McOwan, P.W. & Chittka, L. (2013). The biological significance of colour constancy: An agent-based model with bees foraging from flowers under varied illumination. Journal of Vision, 13(10):1-14.

 171. Land, M. & Chittka, L. (2013). Vision. In: The Insects: Structure and Function, 5th Edition (eds. Simpson, S. J. and Douglas, A. E.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 708-737.

 170. Lihoreau, M., Raine, N.E., Reynolds, A.M. Stelzer, R.J., Lim, K.S. Smith, A.D., Osborne, J.L. & Chittka, L. (2013). Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees. Communicative and Integrative Biology, 6: 1-4.

 169. Papadopulos, A.S.T., Powell, M.P., Pupulin, F., Warner, J., Hawkins, J.A., Salamin, N., Chittka, L., Williams, N.H., Whitten, W.M., Loader, D., Valente, L.M., Mark W. Chase, M.W. & Savolainen, V. (2013). Convergent evolution of floral signals underlies the success of Neotropical orchids. Proc Royal Soc Lond B, 280: 20130960.

 168. Reynolds, A.M., Lihoreau, M. & Chittka, L. (2013). A Simple Iterative Model Accurately Captures Complex Trapline Formation by Bumblebees Across Spatial Scales and Flower Arrangements. PLOS Computational Biology, 9: e1002938.

 167. van der Woude, E., Smid, H.M., Chittka, L. & Huigens, M.E. (2013). Breaking Haller’s Rule: Brain-body size isometry in a minute parasitic wasp. Brain Behav Evol, 81: 86-92.

 166. Vukusic, P. & Chittka, L. (2013). Visual signals: color and light production. In: The Insects: Structure and Function, 5th Edition (eds. Simpson, S. J. and Douglas, A. E.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 793-823.

 165. Wang, M.Y., Ings, T.C., Proulx, M.J. & Chittka, L. (2013). Can bees simultaneously engage in adaptive foraging behaviour and attend to cryptic predators? Animal Behaviour, 86(4): 859-866.

2012

 164. Arnold, S.E.J. & Chittka, L. (2012). Illumination preference, illumination constancy and colour discrimination by bumblebees in an environment with patchy light. Journal of Experimental Biology, 215: 2173-2180.

 163. Chittka, A., Wurm, Y. & Chittka, L. (2012). Epigenetics: The Making of Ant Castes. Current Biology, 22: R835-R838.

 162. Chittka, L.,& Dyer, A. (2012). Your face looks familiar. Nature, 481: 154-155

 161. Chittka, L., Rossiter, S.J., Skorupski, P. & Fernando, C. (2012). What is comparable in comparative cognition? Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society, 3671: 2677-2685.

 160. Dawson, E.H. & Chittka, L. (2012). Conspecific and heterospecific information use in bumblebees. PloS ONE, 7: e31444.

 159. Ings, T.C., Wang, M.Y. & Chittka, L. (2012) Colour independent shape recognition of cryptic predators by bumblebees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66: 487-496.

 158. Lenz, F, Ings, T.C., Chittka L., Chechkin, A.V. & Klages, R. (2012). Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Bumblebees Foraging under Predation Risk. Physical Review Letters, 108: 1-5.

 157. Lihoreau, M.D., Chittka, L., Le Comber, S.C. & Raine, N.E. (2012). Bees do not use nearest neighbour rules for optimization of multilocation routes. Biology Letters, 8: 13-16.

 156. Lihoreau, M.D., Latty, T. & Chittka, L. (2012). An exploration of the social brain hypothesis in insects. Frontiers in Physiology, 442: 1-7.

 155. Lihoreau, M.D., Raine, N.E., Reynolds, A.M., Stelzer, R.J., Lim, K.S., Smith, A.D., Osborne, J.L. & Chittka, L. (2012). Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales. PLoS Biology, 10: e1001392.

 154. Muller, H. & Chittka, L. (2012). Consistent interindividual differences in discrimination performance by bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus terrestris) in colour, shape and odour learning tasks. Entomologia generalis, 34: 1-8.

 153. Przybylowicz, T., Roessingh, P., Groot, A.T., Bismeijer, J.C. (Kroos), Oostermeijer, J.G.B., Chittka, L., & Gravendeel, B. (2012). Possible chemical mimicry of the European lady's slipper orchid (Cypripedium calceolus) . Contributions to Zoology, 81: 103-110.

 152. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2012). No Trade-Off between Learning Speed and Associative Flexibility in Bumblebees: A Reversal Learning Test with Multiple Colonies. PLoS ONE, 7: e45096.

2011

 151. Chittka, L. & Jensen, K. (2011). Animal Cognition: Concepts from Apes to Bees. Current Biology, 21: R116-R119.

 150. Chittka, L. & Skorupski, P.(2011). Information processing in miniature brains. Proc Royal Soc Lond B, 278: 885-888.

 149. Doring, T.D., & Chittka. L. (2011). How human are insects and does it matter? Formosan Entomologist, 31: 85-99.

 148. Leadbeater, E.A. & Chittka, L. (2011). Do inexperienced bumblebee foragers use scent makers as social information? Animal Cognition, 14: 915-919.

 147. Lihoreau, M.D., Chittka, L. & Raine, N.E. (2011). Trade-off between travel distance and prioritization of high-reward sites in traplining bumblebees. Functional Ecology, 25: 1284–1292.

 146. Mendl, M., Paul, E.S., & Chittka, L. (2011). Animal Behaviour: Emotion in Invertebrates? Current Biology, 21: D463-D465.

 145. Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2011). Photoreceptor processing speed and input resistance changes during light adaptation correlate with spectral class in the bumblebee, Bombus impatiens. PlosONE, 6: e25989.

 144. Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2011). Is colour cognitive? Optics and Laser Technology, 43: 251-260.

 143. Whitney, H.M., Bennet, K.M.V., Dorling, M., Sandbach, L., Prince, D. Chittka, L. & Glover, B.J. (2011). Why do so many petals have conical epidermal cells? Annals of Botany, 108: 609-611.

 142. Whitney, H.M., Poetes, R., Steiner, U., Chittka, L. & Glover, B.J. (2011). Determining the contribution of epidermal cell shape to petal wettability using isogenic antirrhinum lines. PloS One. 6: e17576. 

2010

 141. Arnold, S.E.J., Faruq, S., Savoleinen V., McOwan P. & Chittka, L. (2010). FReD: The Floral Reflectance Database - a web portal for analyses of flower colour. PLoS One, 5: e14287.

 140. Chittka, L. (2010). Q&A. Current Biology, 20: R1006-R1008.

 139. Chittka, A. & Chittka, L. (2010). Epigenetics of Royalty. PLoS Biol, 8: e1000532.

 138. Ings, T.C., Ings, N.L., Chittka, L. & Rasmont, P. (2010). A failed invasion? Commercially introduced pollinators in Southern France. Apidologie, 41: 1–13.

 137. Kapustjansky, A., Chittka, L. & Spaethe, J. (2010). Bees use three-dimensional information to improve target detection. Naturwissenschaften, 97: 229–233.

 136. Lihoreau, L., Chittka, L. & Raine, N.E. (2010). Travel Optimization by Foraging Bumblebees through Readjustments of Traplines after Discovery of New Feeding Locations The American Naturalist, 176(6):744-757.

 135. Muller, H., Grossmann, H. & Chittka, L. (2010). ‘Personality’ in bumblebees: individual consistency in responses to novel colours? Animal Behaviour, 80: 1065-1074.

 134. Niven, J.E. & Chittka, L. (2010). Reuse of identified neurons in multiple neural circuits Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 33: 4.

 133. Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2010). Photoreceptor Spectral Sensitivity in the Bumblebee, Bombus impatiens (Hymenoptera: Apidae). PLos One, 5: e12049.

 132. Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2010).Differences in Photoreceptor Processing Speed for Chromatic and Achromatic Vision in the Bumblebee Bombus terrestris. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30: 3896–3903.

 131. Stelzer, R.J. & Chittka, L. (2010). Bumblebee foraging rhythms under the midnight sun measured with radiofrequency identification. BMC Biology, 8:93.

 130. Stelzer, R.J., Chittka, L., Carlton, M. & Ings, T.C. (2010). Winter active bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) achieve high foraging rates in urban Britain. PLoS One, 5:e9559.

 129. Stelzer, R.J., Raine, N.E., Schmitt, K.D. & Chittka, L. (2010). Effects of aposematic coloration on predation risk in bumblebees? A comparison between differently coloured populations, with consideration of the ultraviolet. Journal of Zoology, 282: 75-83.

 128. Stelzer, R.J., Stanewsky, R. & Chittka, L. (2010). Circadian Foraging Rhythms of Bumblebees Monitored by Radio-frequency Identification. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 25: 257-267. 

2009

 127. Arnold, S.E.J., Savolainen, V. & Chittka, L. (2009). Flower colours along an alpine altitude gradient, seen through the eyes of fly and bee pollinators. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 3: 27–43.

 126. Arnold, S.E.J., Le Comber, S.C. & Chittka, L. (2009). Flower color phenology in European grassland and woodland habitats, through the eyes of pollinators. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 57: 211–230.

 125. Chittka, L. & Muller, H. (2009). Learning, specialization, efficiency and task allocation in social insects. Communicative & Integrative Biology, 2: 151-154.

 124. Chittka, L. & Niven, J. (2009). Are Bigger Brains Better? Current Biology, 19: R995-R1008.

 123. Chittka, L., Skorupski, P. & Raine, N.E. (2009). Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in animal decision making. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 24: 400-407.

 122. Dangles, O., Irschick, D., Chittka, L. & Casas, J. (2009). Variability in sensory ecology: expanding the bridge between physiology and evolutionary biology. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 84: 51-74.

 121. Ings, T.C. & Chittka L. (2009). Predator crypsis enhances behaviourally-mediated indirect effects on plants by altering bumblebee foraging preferences. Proc. Royal Soc. B, 276: 2031-2036.

 120. Ings, T.C., Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2009). A population comparison of the strength and persistence of innate colour preference and learning speed in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 63: 1207-1218.

 119. Leadbeater, E.A. & Chittka L. (2009). Bumble-bees learn the value of social cues through experience. Biology Letters, 5: 310-312.

 118. Leadbeater, E.A. & Chittka, L. (2009). Social information use in foraging insects. In: S. Jarau & M. Hrncir (eds.) Food Exploitation by Social Insects: Ecological, Behavioral, and Theoretical Approaches. CRC Press, pp. 135-146.

 117. Molet, M., Chittka, L. & Raine, N.E. (2009). Potential application of the bumblebee foraging recruitment pheromone for commercial greenhouse pollination. Apidologie, 40: 608-616.

 116. Molet, M., Chittka, L. & Raine N.E. (2009). How floral odours are learned inside the bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) nest. Naturwissenschaften, 96: 213-219.

 115. Ollerton, J., Cranmer, L., Stelzer, R.J., Sullivan, S. & Chittka, L. (2009). Bird pollination of Canary Island endemic plants. Naturwissenschaften, 96: 221-232.

 114. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2009). Measuring the adaptiveness of social insect foraging strategies - an empirical approach. In: S. Jarau & M. Hrncir (eds.) Food Exploitation by Social Insects: Ecological, Behavioral, and Theoretical Approaches. CRC Press, pp. 9-28.

 113. Whitney, H.M., Chittka L., Bruce, T.J.A. & Glover, B.J. (2009). Conical Epidermal Cells Allow Bees to Grip Flowers and Increase Foraging Efficiency. Current Biology, 19: 948-953.

 112. Whitney, H.M., Kolle, M., Andrew, P., Chittka L., Steiner U. & Glover B.J. (2009). Response to Comment on “Floral Iridescence, Produced by Diffractive Optics, Acts As a Cue for Animal Pollinators” Science, 325: 1072.

 111. Whitney, H.M., Kolle, M., Andrew, P., Chittka L., Steiner, U. & Glover B.J. (2009). Floral Iridescence, Produced by Diffractive Optics, Acts As a Cue for Animal Pollinators. Science, 323: 130-133. 


2008

 110. Ings, T.C. & Chittka, L. (2008). Speed accuracy tradeoffs and false alarms in bee responses to cryptic predators. Current Biology, 18: 1520-1524.

 109. Leadbeater, E. & Chittka L. (2008). Social transmission of nectar-robbing behaviour in bumble-bees. Proc. R. Soc. B, 275: 1669-1674.

 108. Molet, M., Chittka L, Stelzer, R.J.,  Streit, S. & Raine, N.E. (2008). Colony nutritional status modulates worker responses to foraging recruitment pheromone in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris . Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 62: 1919–1926. Supplementary material.

 107. Muller, H. & Chittka, L. (2008). Animal personalities: the advantage of diversity. Current Biology, 20: pR961-R963.

 106. Raine, N.E. & Chittka L. (2008). The correlation of learning speed and natural foraging success in bumble-bees. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, 275: 803-808. Supplementary material.

 105. Whitney H.M., Dyer A., Chittka, L., Rands S.A. & Glover B.J. (2008). The interaction of temperature and sucrose concentration on foraging preferences in bumblebees. Naturwissenschaften, 95: 845-850. 

2007

 104. Chittka L. & Döring T.F. (2007). Are autumn foliage colours red signals to aphids? PLoS Biology, 5: 1640-1644.

 103. Chittka L., Osorio D. (2007). Cognitive Dimensions of Predator Responses to Imperfect Mimicry. PLoS Biology, 5: 2754-2758.

 102. Chittka, L. & Spaethe, J. (2007). Visual search and the importance of time in complex decision making by bees. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1: 37-44.

 101. Döring, T.F. & Chittka, L. (2007). Visual ecology of aphids - a critical review on the role of colours in host finding. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1:3-16.

 100. Dyer, A.G., Whitney, H.M., Arnold, S.E.J., Glover, B.J. & Chittka,  L. (2007). Mutations perturbing petal cell shape and anthocyanin synthesis influence bumblebee perception of Antirrhinum majus flower colour. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1:45-55.

 99. Leadbeater, E. & Chittka L. (2007). Social learning in insects - From miniature brains to consensus building. Current Biology, 17: R703-713.

 98. Leadbeater, E. & Chittka, L. (2007). The dynamics of social learning in an insect model, the bumblebee (Bombus terrestris). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61: 1789-1796.

 97. Raine, N.E, & Chittka, L. (2007). Nectar production rates of 75 bumblebee-visited flower species in a German flora (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus terrestris). Entomologia Generalis, 30: 191-192.

 96. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2007). The adaptive significance of sensory bias in a foraging context: floral colour preferences in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris . PLoS One, 2: e556.

 95. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2007). Flower constancy and memory dynamics in bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus). Entomologia Generalis, 29: 179-199.

 94. Raine, N.E. & L Chittka. (2007). Pollen foraging: learning a complex motor skill by bumblebees (Bombus terrestris). Naturwissenschaften, 94: 459-464.

 93. Saleh, N. & Chittka, L. (2007). Traplining in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens): a foraging strategy's ontogeny and the importance of spatial reference memory in short range foraging. Oecologia, 151: 719-730.

 92. Saleh, N., Scott A. G., Bryning G. P. & Chittka L. (2007). Distinguishing signals and cues: bumblebees use general footprints to generate adaptive behaviour at flowers and nest. Arthropod Plant Interactions, 1: 119-127.

 91. Skorupski, P., Doering, T. & Chittka, L. (2007). Photoreceptor spectral sensitivity in island and mainland populations of the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 193: 485-494.

 90. Stelzer, R., Ollerton, J. & Chittka, L. (2007). Kein Nachweis für Hummelbesuch der Kanarischen Vogelblumen (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomologia generalis, 30: 153-154.


2006

 89. Chittka L. & Raine, N.E. (2006). Recognition of flowers by pollinators. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 9: 428-435.

 88. Dornhaus, A., Klügl, F., Oechslein, C., Puppe, F., & Chittka, L. (2006). Benefits of recruitment in honey bees: ecology and colony size. Behavioral Ecology, 17: 336-344.

 87. Dyer, A.G., Whitney, H.M., Arnold , S.E.J., Glover, B.J. & Chittka, L. (2006). Bees associate warmth with flower colour. Nature, 442: 525-525.

 86. Ings, T.C., Ward, N.L. & Chittka, L. (2006). Can commercially imported bumblebees out-compete their native conspecifics? Journal of Applied Ecology, 43: 940-948. (with cover page).

 85. Leadbeater, E., Raine, N.E. & Chittka L. (2006). Social learning: ants and the meaning of teaching. Current Biology, 16: R323-R325.

 84. Raine, N.E., Ings, T.C., Dornhaus, A, Saleh, N. & Chittka, L. (2006). Adaptation, chance, and history in the evolution of bee foraging behavior. Advances in the Study of Behavior, 36: 305-354.

 83. Raine, N. E., Ings T. C., Ramos-Rodríguez O. & Chittka L. (2006). Intercolony variation in learning performance of a wild British bumblebee population (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus terrestris audax ). Entomologia Generalis, 28: 241-256.

 82. Saleh, N. & Chittka, L. (2006). The importance of experience in the interpretation of conspecific chemical signals. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61: 215-220.

 81. Saleh, N., Ohashi, K., Thomson, J.D. & Chittka L. (2006). Facultative use of the repellent scent mark in foraging bumblebees: complex versus simple flowers. Animal Behaviour, 71: 847-854.

 80. Skorupski, P. & Chittka, L. (2006). Animal Cognition: an Insect's Sense of Time? Current Biology, 16: R851-R853.

 79. Skorupski, P., Spaethe, J. & Chittka, L. (2006). Visual search and decision making in Bees: Time, Speed and Accuracy. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 19: 342-357.

 78. Spaethe, J., Tautz, J. & Chittka, L. (2006). Do honeybees detect colour targets using serial or parallel visual search? The Jounal of Experimental Biology, 209: 987-993. 


2005

 77. Chittka, L. & Brockmann, A. (2005). Perception space, the final frontier. PLoS Biology, 3: 564-568.

 76. Chittka, L. & Leadbeater, E. (2005). Social learning: public information in insects. Current Biology, 15: R869-R871.

 75. Chittka, L. & Kevan, P.G. (2005). Flower colour as advertisement. In Dafni, A., Kevan, P.G., Husband, B.C. (eds.) Practical Pollination Biology. Enviroquest Ltd., Cambridge , ON , Canada , pp. 157-196.

 74. Dornhaus, A. & Chittka, L. (2005). Bumble bees store both food and information in honeypots. Behavioral Ecology, 16: 661-666.

 73. Dyer, A., Neumeyer, C., Chittka, L. (2005). Honeybee ( Apis mellifera ) vision can discriminate between and recognise images of human faces. Journal of Experimental Biology, , 208: 4709-4714 (with cover page, and coverage in New Scientist).

 72. Heiling, A.M., Cheng, K., Chittka, L. , Goeth, A. & Herberstein , M.E. (2005). The role of UV in crab spider signals: effects on perception by prey and predators. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208: 3925-3931.

 71. Heiling, A.M., Chittka, L., Cheng, K. & Herberstein , M.E. (2005). Colouration in crab spiders – substrate choice and prey attraction. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208: 1785-1792.

 70. Ings, T., Schikora, J. & Chittka, L. (2005). Bumblebees, humble pollinators or assiduousinvaders?  A population comparison of foraging performance in Bombus terrestris. Oecologia, 144: 508-516.

 69. Ings, T., Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2005). Mating Preference of Commercially Imported Bumblebees ( Bombus terrestris ) in Britain (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomologia generalis, 28: 233-238.

 68. Leadbeater, E. & Chittka, L. (2005). A new mode of information transfer in bumblebees. Current Biology, 15: R447-R448. (with commentary in Nature , Science News , and The Guardian)

 67. Lotto, R.B. & Chittka, L. (2005). Seeing the light: Illumination as a contextual cue to color choice behavior in bumblebees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102: 3852-3856.

 66. Mena Granero, A., Guerra Sanz, J.M., Egea Gonzalez FJ, Martinez Vidal, JL, Dornhaus, A. Ghani, J., Roldán Serrano, A. & Chittka, L. (2005). Chemical compounds of the foraging recruitment pheromone in bumblebees. Naturwissenschaften, 92: 371-374.

 65. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2005). Comparison of flower constancy and foraging performance in three bumblebee species (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus). Entomologia generalis, 28: 81-89.

 64. Raine, N.E. & Chittka, L. (2005). Colour preferences in relation to the foraging performance and fitness of the bumblebee Bombus terrestris . Uludag Bee Journal, 5: 145-150.

 63. Rasmont, P., Regali, A., Ings, T.C., Lognay, G., Baudart, E., Marlier, M., Delcarte, E., Viville, P., Marot, C., Falmagne, P., Verhaeghe, J.-C. & Chittka, L. (2005). Analysis of the pollen and nectar of Arbutus unedo as a food source for Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 98: 656-663.       


2004

 62. Chittka, L. (2004). Dances as windows into insect perception. PLoS Biology, 2:898-900.  
 61. Chittka, L., Ings, T. & Raine, N.E. (2004). Chance and adaptation in the evolution of island bumblebee behaviour. Population Ecology, 46: 243-251.

 60. Chittka, L., & Wells, H. (2004). Color vision in bees: mechanisms, ecology and evolution. In: Prete, F.: Complex Worlds from simpler nervous systems; MIT Press, Boston pp. 165-191.

 59. Dornhaus, A. & Chittka, L. (2004). Information flow and regulation of foraging activity in bumble bees (Bombus spp). Apidologie, 35: 183-192.

 58. Dornhaus, A. & Chittka, L. (2004). Why do honeybees dance? Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 55: 395-401.

 57. Dyer, A.G. & Chittka, L. (2004). Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) sacrifice foraging speed to learn difficult colour discrimination tasks. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 190: 759-763.

 56. Dyer, AG. & Chittka, L. (2004). Biological significance of discriminating between similar colours in spectrally variable illumination: bumblebees as a study case. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 190: 105-114.

 55. Dyer, A.G. & Chittka, L. (2004). Bumblebee search times without ultraviolet light. Journal of Experimental Biology, 207: 1683-1688.

 54. Dyer, A.G. & Chittka, L. (2004). Fine colour discrimination requires differential conditioning in bumblebees. Naturwissenschaften, 91: 224-227.

 53. Smith, C., Barber, I., Wootton, R.J. & Chittka, L. (2004). A receiver bias in the origin of threespine stickleback mate choice. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B, 271: 949-955. 


2003

 52. Chittka, L., Dyer, A.G., Bock, F. & Dornhaus, A. (2003). Bees trade off foraging speed for accuracy. Nature, 424: 388-388.

 51. Chittka, L. & Tautz, J. (2003). The spectral input to honeybee visual odometry. Journal of Experimental Biology, 206: 2393-2397.

 50. Dornhaus, A., Brockmann, A. & Chittka, L. (2003). Bumble bees alert to food with pheromone from tergal gland. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 189: 47-51.

 49. Heiling, A. M., Herberstein, M. E. & Chittka, L. (2003). Crab-spiders manipulate flower signals. Nature, 421: 334-334.

 48. Spaethe, J. & Chittka, L. (2003). Interindividual variation of eye optics and single object resolution in bumblebees. Journal of Experimental Biology, 206: 3447-3453.       


2002

47. Chittka, L. (2002). The influence of intermittent rewards on learning to handle flowers in bumblebees. Entomologia generalis, 26: 85-91.       


2001

 46. Briscoe, A. & Chittka, L. (2001). The evolution of colour vision in insects. Annual Review of Entomology, 46: 471-510.

 45. Chittka L. (2001). Camouflage of Predatory Crab Spiders on Flowers, and the Colour Perception of Bees. Entomologia generalis, 25: 181-187.

 44. Chittka, L., & Briscoe, A. (2001). Why sensory ecology needs to become more evolutionary – insect color vision as a case in point. In Barth, F.G., Schmid, A. (ed.) Ecology of Sensing, Springer Verlag, Berlin , pp.19-38.

 43. Chittka, L., & Schürkens S. (2001). Successful invasion of a floral market. Nature, 411: 653-653.

 42. Chittka, L. & Thomson, J.D. (2001). Cognitive Ecology – Preface. In: Chittka,L. & Thomson, J.D. (eds.) Cognitive Ecology of Pollination. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge , pp. x-xiii.

 41. Chittka, L., Spaethe, J., Schmidt, A., Hickelsberger, A. (2001). Adaptation, constraint, and chance in the evolution of flower color and pollinator color vision. In: Chittka, L. & Thomson, J.D. (eds.) Cognitive Ecology of Pollination. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge , pp. 106-126.
 40. Dornhaus, A. & Chittka, L. (2001). Food alert in bumblebees: possible mechanisms and evolutionary implications. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 50: 570-576.

 39. Kevan, P.G., Chittka, L., Dyer, A. (2001). Limits to the salience of ultraviolet – lessons from color vision in bees and birds. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204: 2571-2580.

 38. Schürkens, S., Chittka, L. (2001). The significance of the invasive Crucifer species Bunias orientalis (Brassicaceae) as a nectar source for central European insects. Entomologia generalis, 25: 115-120.

 37. Spaethe, J., Tautz, J. & Chittka, L. (2001). Visual constraints in foraging bumble bees: flower size and colour affect search time and flight behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 98: 3898-3903.

 36. Thomson, J.D. & Chittka, L. (2001). Pollinator individuality: when does it matter? In: Chittka, L. & Thomson, J.D. (eds.) Cognitive Ecology of Pollination. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge , pp. 191-213.

   Chittka, L. & Thomson, J.D. (eds.) 2001.Cognitive Ecology of Pollination - Animal Behavior and Floral Evolution. Cambridge University Press, 423pp.

Contributors:

Robert J. Gegear, Terence M. Laverty, Randolf Menzel, Keith D. Waddington, Martin Giurfa, Miriam Lehrer, Robert A. Raguso, Lars Chittka, Johannes Spaethe, Annette Schmidt, Anja Hickelsberger, Sue Healy, T. Andrew Hurly, York Winter, Otto v. Helversen, Martha Weiss, Ann Smithson, Krinstina N. Jones, Kazuharu Ohashi, Tetsukazu Yahara, Lawrence D. Harder, Neal M. Williams, Crispin Y. Jordan, William A. Nelson, Nickolas M. Waser


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1999

 35. Chittka, L. (1999). Bees, white flowers, and the color hexagon – a reassessment? No, not yet. Naturwissenschaften, 86: 595-597.

 34. Chittka, L., Thomson, J.D. Waser, N.M (1999). Flower constancy, insect psychology, and plant evolution. Naturwissenschaften, 86: 361-377.

 33. Chittka, L., Williams, N., Rasmussen, H., Thomson, J.D. (1999). Navigation without vision –bumble bee orientation in complete darkness. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B, 266: 45-50 (with commentary in Science News).

 32. Dornhaus, A. & Chittka, L. (1999). Evolutionary origins of bee dances. Nature, 401: 38-38.

 31. Gumbert, A., Kunze, J. & Chittka, L. (1999). Flower color diversity in plant communities, bee color space, and a null model. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 266: 1711-1716. 

1998

 30. Chittka, L. (1998). Sensori-motor learning in bumble bees: long term retention and reversal training. Journal of Experimental Biology, 201: 515-524 (with commentary in New Scientist).

 29. Menzel, R., Geiger, K., Mueller, U., Joerges, J. & Chittka, L. (1998). Bees travel novel homeward routes by integrating separately acquired vector memories. Animal Behaviour, 55: 139-152.

 28. Waser, N.M. & Chittka, L. (1998). Bedazzled by flowers. Nature, 394: 835-836. 


1997

 27. Chittka, L. (1997). Bee color vision is optimal for coding flower colors, but flower colors are not optimal for being coded - why? Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 45: 115-127.

 26. Chittka, L., Gumbert, A. & Kunze, J. (1997). Foraging dynamics of bumble bees: correlates of movements within and between plant species. Behavioral Ecology, 8: 239-249.

 25. Chittka, L., Schorn, J., de Souza, J.M., Ventura, D.F. & Camargo, J.M.F. (1997). The nest entrance signal of the Amazonian bees Partamona pearsoni - a case where insects design their own flight targets. In: Kipyatkov, V.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Colloquia on Social Insects, Volume 3-4, pp.107-116.

 24. Chittka, L. & Thomson, J.D (1997). Sensori-motor learning and its relevance for task specialization in bumble bees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 41: 385-398.

 23. Chittka, L. & Waser, N.M. (1997). Why red flowers are not invisible for bees. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 45: 169-183 (with commentary in TREE). 


1996

 22. Chittka, L. (1996). Optimal sets of colour receptors and opponent processes for coding of natural objects in insect vision. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 181: 179-196.

 21. Chittka, L. (1996). Does bee colour vision predate the evolution of flower colour? Naturwissenschaften, 83: 136-138 (with commentary in Discover Magazine).

 20. Kevan, P.G., Giurfa, M. & Chittka, L. (1996). Why are there so many and so few white flowers? Trends in Plant Sciences, 1: 280-284.

 19. Kunze, J. & Chittka, L. (1996). Bees and butterflies fly faster when plants feed them more nectar. In: Goettingen Neurobiology Report 1996, (eds. Elsner, N. & Schnitzler, H.) Stuttgart:Thieme Verlag, p. 109.

 18. Lunau, K., Wacht, S. & Chittka, L. (1996). Colour choices of naive bumble bees and their implications for colour perception. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 178: 477-489.

 17. Maloney, L.T. & Chittka, L. (1996). Is color constancy biologically relevant? Consequences of different color constancy algorithms for simulated bee foraging performance. In: Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1996, (eds. Elsner, N. & Schnitzler, H.) Stuttgart:Thieme Verlag, p. 340.

 16. Menzel, R., Geiger, K., Chittka, L., Joerges, J., Kunze, J., and Mueller, U. (1996). The knowledge base of bee navigation. Journal of Experimental Biology, 199: 141-146.

 15. Waser , N.M., Chittka, L., Price, M.V., Williams, N. & Ollerton, J. (1996). Generalization in pollination systems, and why it matters. Ecology, 77: 1043-1060. 


1995

 14. Chittka, L. & Geiger, K. (1995). Can honeybees count landmarks? Animal Behaviour, 49: 159-164 (with commentary in New Scientist).

 13. Chittka, L. & Geiger, K. (1995). Honeybee long-distance orientation in a controlled environment. Ethology, 99: 117-126.

 12. Chittka, L., Kunze, J. & Geiger, K. (1995). The influences of landmarks on distance estimation of honeybees. Animal Behaviour, 50: 23-31.

 11. Chittka, L., Kunze, J., Shipman, C. & Buchmann, S.L. (1995). The significance of landmarks for path integration of homing honey bee foragers. Naturwissenschaften, 82: 341-343.

 10. Giurfa, M., Nunez, J., Chittka, L., & Menzel, R. (1995). Colour preferences of flower-naive honeybees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 177: 247-259. 


1994

 9. Chittka, L., Shmida, A., Troje, N. & Menzel, R. (1994). Ultraviolet as a component of flower reflections, and the colour perception of hymenoptera. Vision Research, 34: 1489-1508. 


1993

8. Chittka, L. (1993) The colour perception of Hymenoptera, the colours of flowers, and their evolutionary and ecological relationship. PhD Dissertation, Free University of Berlin.


 7. Chittka, L., Vorobyev, M., Shmida, A. & Menzel, R. (1993). Bee colour vision - the optimal system for the discrimination of flower colours with three spectral photoreceptor types? In: Sensory Systems of Arthropods, (edited by Wiese, K., Gribakin, F.G., Popov, A.V. and Renninger, G.) Basel/Switzerland:Birkhäuser Verlag, p. 211-218. 


1992

 6. Chittka, L. (1992). The color hexagon: a chromaticity diagram based on photoreceptor excitations as a generalized representation of colour opponency. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 170: 533-543.

 5. Chittka, L., Beier, W., Hertel, H., Steinmann, E. & Menzel, R. (1992). Opponent colour coding is a universal strategy to evaluate the photoreceptor inputs in hymenoptera. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 170: 545-563.

 4. Chittka, L., Bonn, A., Geiger, K., Hellstern, F., Klein, J., Koch, G., Meuser, S. & Menzel, R. (1992). Do bees navigate by means of snapshot memory pictures? In: Rhythmogenesis in neurons and networks: Proceedings of the 20th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, (edited by Elsner, N. and Richter), D.W.Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, p. 694.

 3. Chittka, L. & Menzel, R. (1992). The evolutionary adaptation of flower colors and the insect pollinators' color vision systems. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 171:171-181. 


1990

 2. Menzel, R., Chittka, L., Eichmüller, S., Geiger, K., Peitsch, D. & Knoll, P. (1990). Dominance of celestial cues over landmarks disproves map-like orientation in honey bees. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 45c:723-726. 


1988

 1. Chittka, L., Hoffmann, M. & Menzel, R. (1988). Discrimination of UV-green patterns in honey bees. In: Sense organs, (edited by Elsner, N. and Barth), F.G.Stuttgart: Thieme, p. 218. 


POPULAR SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Chittka L. & Wilson C. (2018) Bee-brained. Aeon November 27, 2018.

https://aeon.co/essays/inside-the-mind-of-a-bee-is-a-hive-of-sensory-activity


 Chittka L., (2018) A bee as pet – a bee psychologist’s perspective. Antenna 42(1): 4-5.
 Chittka L., (2018) Intelligente Bienen. Deutsches Bienen Journal 2018(2): 14-16.

Jeremy Hance. (2010). Uncovering the intelligence of insects, an interview with Lars Chittka. mongabay.com. June 29, 2010.http://news.mongabay.com/2010/0629-hance_chittka.html


 Molet, M., Chittka, L. & Raine N. (2009). Bumblebee Foraging Pheromones. Bee Craft July 2009: 20. 


 Döring, T.F., Hardie, J., Leather, S., Spaethe, J. & Chittka L. (2008). Can aphids play football? Antenna, 32: 146-147. 


 Döring, T.F. & Chittka, L. (2007). Lesley Goodman award public lecture series on insect vision. Antenna, 31: 187-189. 


 Chittka, L. (2007). Seeing red by accident? Planet Earth, pp. 30-31. 


 Chittka, L. & Walker, J. (2007). Insects as art lovers: Bees for Van Gogh. Antennae, 2: 37-42. 


 Whitney, H. & Chittka, L. (2007). Warm Flowers, Happy pollinators. Biologist, 54: 154-159. 


 Chittka, L. & Walker, J. (2006). Do bees like Van Gogh’s Sunflowers? Optics and Laser Technology, 38: 323-328 (with coverage on BBC and ABC news, Science , New Scientist, Art Monthly, The Times, and multiple radio stations). 


 Chittka, L. & Dornhaus, A. (1999). Comparisons in physiology and evolution, and why bees can do the things they do. Ciencia al Dia International, 2: 1-17. (electronic publication). http://www.ciencia.cl/CienciaAlDia/volumen2/numero2/articulos/articulo5.html 


BOOK REVIEWS


 Chittka, L. (2018). The past, present and future of the beasts that may have made our brains. Current Biology 28(13): R722–R723. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2018.04.091.
 Chittka, L. & Mesoudi, A. (2011). A review of: Honeybee Democracy. Seeley, Thomas D. Princeton University Press, 2010. Science, 331:401. 


Chittka, L. (2007). A review of: Letters from the Hive – An Intimate History of Bees, Honey, and Humankind. Buchmann S & Banning R. Entomologia generalis, 29:164.


Chittka, L. (2007). A review of: Asian Honey Bees – Biology, Conservation, and Human Interactions. Oldroyd BP & Wongsiri S. Entomologia generalis, 29:284.


Chittka, L. (2007). A review of: A Field Guide in Colour to Bees and Wasps. Zahradnik J & Severa F. Entomologia generalis, 29:134.


Chittka, L. (2007). A review of: Bumblebees. Prys-Jones OE & Corbet SA. Entomologia generalis, 29:123.


Chittka, L. (2007). A review of: Bumblebees – Behaviour and Ecology. Goulson DG. Entomologia generalis, 29:134.


 Chittka, L. (2003).Plants and animals, forever entangled. A review of: “Plant-Animal Interactions”. C. Herrera & O. Pellmyr (eds.). Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 18: 12-13. 


 Chittka, L. (1999). Spatial Representation in Animals. Sue Healy (ed.). Animal Behaviour, 57: 735-736. 


 Chittka, L. (1999). Learning and Adaptation. A review of: "Cognitive Ecology: The Evolutionary Ecology of Information Processing and Decision Making". Reuven Dukas (ed.). Quaterly Review of Biology, 74: 326-327. 

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110. Nielsen, Anders; Totland, Ørjan; Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Ohlson, Mikael. Does a highly attractive alien species affect pollinator visitation and reproductive success of a native boreal forest herb?. Diversitas first open science conference; 2005-11-10 - 2005-11-12 NMBU

111. Totland, Ørjan; Grytnes, John Arvid; Eide, Wenche. Is there a typical alpine flower?. XVII International Botanical Congress; 2005-07-07 - 2005-07-23 UiB NMBU

112. Totland, Ørjan; Grytnes, John-Arvid; Heegaard, Einar. Willow canopies and plant community structure along an Alpine environmental gradient. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 2005 ;Volume 36.(4) p. 428-435 UiB NMBU

113. Totland, Ørjan; Klanderud, Kari. Simulated climate change altered dominance hierarchies and diversity of a mountain biodiversity-hotspot. DIVERSITAS Open Science Conference; 2005-11-09 - 2005-11-12 NMBU

114. Totland, Ørjan; Nyeko, Philip; Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Hegland, Stein Joar; Nielsen, Anders. Does forest gap size affects population size, plant size, reproductive success and pollinator visitation in Lantana camara, a tropical invasive shrub?. Forest Ecology and Management 2005 ;Volume 215.(1-3) p. 329-338 NMBU

2004 115. Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Totland, Ørjan. Om aliens, blomster og bier. [Radio] 2004-08-24 NMBU

116. Gauslaa, Yngvar; Totland, Ørjan. Øvingshefte i plantediversitet – BOT100. Ås: Landbruksbokhandelen 2004 84 p. NMBU


118. Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. Habitat dependent nurse-effects of the dwarf shrub Dryas octopetala on alpine and arctic plant community structure. Ecoscience 2004 ;Volume 11. p. 410-420 NMBU

119. Totland, Ørjan. Does a highly attractive exotic species affect pollinator visitation and reproductive success of a boring boreal forest herb?. 18th Annual Meeting of The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecologists; 2004-10-15 - 2004-10-17 NMBU


121. Totland, Ørjan. No evidence for a role of pollinator discrimination in causing selection on flower size through female reproduction. Oikos 2004 ;Volume 106. p. 558-564 NMBU

124. Sandvik, Sylvi Marlen; Totland, Ørjan. Quantitative importance of staminodes for female reproductive success in Parnassia palustris under contrasting environmental conditions. Canadian Journal of Botany 2003 ;Volume 81.(1) p. 49-56 UIA NMBU

127. Sandvik, Sylvi Marlen; Totland, Ørjan. Quantitative importance of the staminodes for female reproductive success in Parnassia palustris L. The Scandinavian Association of Pollination Ecology; 2002-11-01 - 2002-11-03 UIA NMBU

128. Totland, Ørjan; Alatalo, Juha. Effects of temperature and date of snowmelt on growth, reproduction, and flowering phenology in the arctic/alpine herb, Ranunculus glacialis. Oecologia 2002 ;Volume 133. p. 168-175 NMBU

129. Totland, Ørjan; Esaete, Josephine. Effects of willow canopies on species performance in a low-alpine community. Plant Ecology 2002 ;Volume 161. p. 157-166 NMBU

2001 131. Totland, Ørjan. Community responses to experimental warming at Finse. LAII (land-Atmosphere-Ice Interacions)-All Hands Meeting; 2001-11-14 - 2001-11-17 NMBU

132. Totland, Ørjan. Environment-dependent pollen limitation and selection on floral traits in an alpine species. Ecology 2001 ;Volume 82. p. 2233-2244 NMBU



138. Totland, Ørjan. Pollinators care, but plants don’t: selection on the alpine pollination syndrome. SCAPE-symposium; 2001-11-13 - 2001-11-15 NMBU


2000 140. Sandvik, Sylvi Marlen; Totland, Ørjan. Short-term effects of simulated environmental changes on phenology, reproduction, and growth in the late-flowering snowbed herb Saxifraga stellaris L. Ecoscience 2000 ;Volume 2. p. 201-213 UIA UiB

141. Totland, Ørjan. Knut Fægri, animals on flowers, and the Scandinavian Assocciation for Pollination Ecology. I: The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecology Honors Knut Fægri. Oslo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi 2000 ISBN 82-90888-36-8. p. 9-10 UiB

142. Totland, Ørjan. The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecology Honors Knut Fægri. Oslo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi 2000 (ISBN 82-90888-36-8) 224 p. Skrifter (Det Norske videnskaps-akademi) / 1 Mat.-naturv. klasse. Ny serie(39) UiB

143. Totland, Ørjan; Eide, Wenche; Grytnes, John-Arvid. Is there a typical alpine flower?. I: The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecology Honors Knut Fægri. Oslo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi 2000 ISBN 82-90888-36-8. p. 139-148 UiB

144. Totland, Ørjan; Sandvik, Sylvi Marlen. Environment modifies phenotypic selection on flower diameter in alpine Saxifraga stellaris. I: The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecology Honors Knut Fægri. Oslo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi 2000 ISBN 82-90888-36-8. p. 75-82 UIA UiB

1999 145. Arft, A.M; Walker, M. D.; Gurevitch, J.; Alatalo, J. M.; Bret-Harte, M. Syndonia; Dale, M.; Diemer, M.; Gugerli, F; Henry, Gregory H.R.; Jones, M. H.; Hollister, R. D.; Jonsdottir, I. S.; Laine, K.; Lévesque, E.; Marion, G. M.; Molau, U.; Mølgaard, P.; Nordenhäll, U.; Raszhivin, V.; Robinson, C. H.; Starr, G.; Stenström, A.; Stenström, M.; Totland, Ørjan; Turner, P. L.; Walker, L. J.; Webber, P. J.; Welker, J. M.; Wookey, P. A.. Responses of tundra plants to experimental warming: meta-analysis of the International Tundra Experiment. Ecological Monographs 1999 ;Volume 69. p. 491-511 UiB

146. Nylehn, Jorun; Totland, Ørjan. Effects of temperature and natural disturbance on growth, reproduction, and population density, in the alpine annual hemiparasite Euphrasia frigida. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 1999 ;Volume 31. p. 259-263 UiB UiO

147. Peeters, Lisa; Totland, Ørjan. Wind to insect pollination ratios and floral traits in five alpine Salix species. Canadian Journal of Botany 1999 ;Volume 77. p. 556-563 UiB


149. Totland, Ørjan. Effects of temperature on performance and phenotypic selection of plant traits in alpine Ranunculus acris. Oecologia 1999 ;Volume 120. p. 242-251 UiB

150. Totland, Ørjan. Pollen limitation and phenotypic selection in alpine Ranunculus acris. [Mangler data]; 1999-02-15 UiB


52. Klanderud, Kari; Mbolatiana, Hery Zo Hasiniaina; Vololomboahangy, Manjato Nadiah; Radimbison, Marie Agnes; Roger, Edmond; Totland, Ørjan; Rajeriarison, Charlotte. Recovery of plant species richness and composition after slash-and-burn agriculture in a tropical rainforest in Madagascar. Biodiversity and Conservation 2010 ;Volume 19.(1) p. 187-204 UiB NMBU

53. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Nielsen, Anders; Totland, Ørjan. Factors related to the inter-annual variation in plants' pollination generalization levels within a community. Oikos 2010 ;Volume 119.(5) p. 825-834 NMBU

54. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Totland, Ørjan. Local floral composition and the behaviour of pollinators: attraction to and foraging within experimental patches. Ecological Entomology 2010 ;Volume 35.(5) p. 652-661 NMBU

55. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Totland, Ørjan. Population dependence in the interactions with neighbors for pollination: A field experiment with Taraxacum officinale. American Journal of Botany 2010 ;Volume 97.(5) p. 760-769 NMBU

56. Mullah, Collins Jared Amwatta; Totland, Ørjan; Klanderud, Kari. Natural forest regeneration and succession: an option for restoration of degraded forests. ? 2010 p. 20-28 NMBU


60. Totland, Ørjan. Plant-pollinator interactions - the impact of invasive species. NEOBIOTA; 2010-09-16 - 2010-09-16 NMBU


62. Hegland, Stein Joar; Grytnes, John Arvid; Totland, Ørjan. The relative importance of positive and negative interactions for pollinator attraction in a plant community. Ecological research 2009 ;Volume 24.(4) p. 929-936 UiB NMBU

63. Hegland, Stein Joar; Nielsen, Anders; Lazaro, Amparo; Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Totland, Ørjan. How does climate warming affect plant-pollinator interactions?. Ecology Letters 2009 ;Volume 12.(2) p. 184-195 NMBU

64. Jakobsson, Anna; Lazaro, Amparo; Totland, Ørjan. Relationships between the floral neighborhood and individual pollen limitation in two self-incompatible herbs. Oecologia 2009 ;Volume 160.(4) p. 707-719 NMBU

65. Larpkern, Panadda; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Totland, Ørjan. The effects of environmental variables and human disturbance on woody species richness and diversity in a bamboo-deciduous forest in northeastern Thailand. Ecological research 2009 ;Volume 24.(1) p. 147-156 NMBU


71. Hegland, Stein Joar; Totland, Ørjan. Is the magnitude of pollen limitation in a plant community affected by pollinator visitation and plant species specialisation levels?. Oikos 2008 ;Volume 117.(6) p. 883-891 NMBU

72. Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. Diversity-stability relationships of an alpine plant community under simulated environmental change. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 2008 ;Volume 40.(4) p. 679-684 NMBU


74. Lazaro, Amparo; Hegland, Stein Joar; Totland, Ørjan. The relationships between floral traits and specificity of pollination systems in three Scandinavian plant communities. Oecologia 2008 ;Volume 157.(2) p. 249-257 NMBU

75. Nybakken, Line; Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. Simulated environmental change has contrasting effects on defensive compound concentration in three alpine plant species. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 2008 ;Volume 40.(4) p. 709-715 NMBU

76. Totland, Ørjan. Pollination ecology. Integrating Population Genetics and Conservation Biology (CONGEN); 2008-10-27 - 2008-10-29 NMBU

2007 77. Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Totland, Ørjan; Hegland, Stein Joar; Nielsen, Anders. Do alien plant invasions really affect pollination success in native plant species?. Biological Conservation 2007 ;Volume 138. p. 1-12 NMBU

78. Hegland, Stein Joar; Totland, Ørjan. Pollen limitation affects progeny vigour and subsequent recruitment in the insect-pollinated herb Ranunculus acris. Oikos 2007 ;Volume 116.(x) p. 1204-1210 NMBU

79. Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. The relative role of dispersal and local interactions for alpine plant community diversity under simulated climate warming. Oikos 2007 ;Volume 116. p. 1279-1288 NMBU

80. Lazaro, Amparo; Lundgren, Rebekka; Totland, Ørjan. Co-flowering species influence the ecological pollinator specialization of plant species. ESA/SER meeting; 2007-08-05 - 2007-08-10 NMBU

81. Lundemo, Sverre; Totland, Ørjan. Within-population spatial variation in pollinator visitation rates, pollen limitation on seed set, and flower longevity in an alpine species. Acta Oecologica 2007 ;Volume 32.(3) p. 262-268 NTNU NMBU

82. Nielsen, Anders; Totland, Ørjan; Ohlson, Mikael. The effect of forest management operations on population performance of Vaccinium myrtillus on a landscape-scale. Basic and Applied Ecology 2007 ;Volume 8.(3) p. 231-241 NMBU



86. Totland, Ørjan. Manipulating pollinator abundances in natural plant cummunities: impacts on plant reproduction, population growth and species composition. ECOFLOR 2007; 2007-02-02 - 2007-02-02 NMBU


2006 94. Hansen, Vivi-Iren; Totland, Ørjan. Pollinator visitation, pollen limitation, and selection on flower size through female function in contrasting habitats within a population of Campanula persicifolia. Canadian Journal of Botany 2006 ;Volume 84. p. 412-420 NMBU


96. Nybakken, Line; Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. Effects of simulated environmental change on epidermal UV-B transmission and concentration of phenolic compounds in three alpine plant species. 36th Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 2006-09-11 - 2006-09-15 NMBU


98. Totland, Ørjan; Nielsen, Anders; Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Ohlson, Mikael. Effects of an exotic plant and habitat disturbance on pollinator visitation and reproduction in a boreal forest herb. American Journal of Botany 2006 ;Volume 93.(6) p. 868-873 NMBU

99. Walker, Marilyn D.; Wahren, C. Henrik; Hollister, Robert D.; Henry, Greg H. R.; Ahlquist, Lorraine E.; Alatalo, Juha; Bret-Harte, M. Syndonia; Calef, Monika P.; Callaghan, Terry V.; Carroll, Amy B.; Epstein, Howard E.; Jónsdóttir, Ingibjörg S.; Klein, Julia A.; Magnússon, Borgþór; Molau, Ulf; Oberbauer, Steven F.; Rewa, Steven P.; Robinson, Clare H.; Shaver, Gaius R.; Suding, Katharine N.; Thompson, Catharine C.; Tolvanen, Anne; Totland, Ørjan; Turner, P. Lee; Tweedie, Craig E.; Webber, Patrick J.; Wookey, Phillip A.. Plant community responses to experimental warming across the tundra biome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2006 ;Volume 103. p. 1342-1346 NMBU UNIS

2005 100. Bjerknes, Anne-Line; Totland, Ørjan. Alien impacts on pollination of natives. The Scandinavian Association of Pollination Ecologists 2005; 2005-10-28 - 2005-10-30 NMBU


Munishi, Pantaleo K. T.; Shirima, Deo D.; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Carbon Stocks and Plant Diversity in Different Land Cover Types of Tanzania. I: Lessons and Implications for REDD+: Implementation Experiences from Tanzania. E&D Vision Publishing 2017 ISBN 9789987735532. p. 119-142 NMBU

4. Sydenham, Markus A. K.; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Kuhlmann, Michael; Potts, Simon G.; Roberts, Stuart P.M.; Totland, Ørjan; Eldegard, Katrine. Disentangling the contributions of dispersal limitation, ecological drift, and ecological filtering to wild bee community assembly. Ecosphere 2017 ;Volume 8.(1) p. - NMBU

2016 5. Dorji, Tsechoe; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Klein, Julia A.; Wang, Shiping; Totland, Ørjan. Performance of two alpine plant species along environmental gradients in an alpine meadow ecosystem in central Tibet. Ecological research 2016 ;Volume 31.(3) p. 417-426 NMBU

6. Lundgren, Rebekka Laura; Totland, Ørjan; Lazaro, Amparo Castillo. Experimental simulation of pollinator decline causes community-wide reductions in seedling diversity and abundance. Ecology 2016 ;Volume 97.(6) p. 1420-1430 NMBU

7. Shirima, Deo D.; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. The relative importance of vertical soil nutrient heterogeneity, and mean and depth-specific soil nutrient availabilities for tree species richness in tropical forests and woodlands. Oecologia 2016 ;Volume 182.(3) p. 877-888 NMBU

8. Sydenham, Markus A. K.. Drivers of the diversity and distribution of wild bees in a species poor region. Ås: Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) 2016 (ISBN 978-82-575-1352-8) 221 p. NMBU

9. Sydenham, Markus A. K.; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Stanescu-Yadav, Diana N.; Totland, Ørjan; Eldegard, Katrine. The effects of habitat management on the species, phylogenetic and functional diversity of bees are modified by the environmental context. Ecology and Evolution 2016 ;Volume 6. p. 961-973 NMBU

2015 10. Berhane, Asmelash; Totland, Ørjan; Haile, Mitiku; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Intense use of woody plants in a semiarid environment of Northern Ethiopia: Effects on species composition, richness and diversity. Journal of Arid Environments 2015 ;Volume 114. p. 14-21 NMBU

11. Eldegard, Katrine; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Edge effects on plant communities along power line clearings. Journal of Applied Ecology 2015 ;Volume 52.(4) p. 871-880 NMBU

12. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Lundgren, Rebekka Laura; Totland, Ørjan. Pollen limitation, species' floral traits and pollinator visitation: Different relationships in contrasting communities. Oikos 2015 ;Volume 124.(2) p. 174-186 NMBU

13. Lundgren, Rebekka Laura; Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Totland, Ørjan. Effects of experimentally simulated pollinator decline on recruitment in two European herbs. Journal of Ecology 2015 ;Volume 103.(2) p. 328-337 NMBU

14. Shirima, Deo D.; Pfeifer, Marion; Platts, Philip J.; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Interactions between Canopy Structure and Herbaceous Biomass along Environmental Gradients in Moist Forest and Dry Miombo Woodland of Tanzania. PLoS ONE 2015 ;Volume 10.(11) p. - NMBU

15. Shirima, Deo D.; Totland, Ørjan; Munishi, Pantaleo K. T.; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Does the abundance of dominant trees affect diversity of a widespread tropical woodland ecosystem in Tanzania?. Journal of Tropical Ecology 2015 ;Volume 31.(4) p. 345-359 NMBU

16. Shirima, Deo D.; Totland, Ørjan; Munishi, Pantaleo K. T.; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Relationships between tree species richness, evenness and aboveground carbon storage in montane forests and miombo woodlands of Tanzania. Basic and Applied Ecology 2015 ;Volume 16.(3) p. 239-249 NMBU

17. Sydenham, Markus A. K.; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Totland, Ørjan; Eldegard, Katrine. Does multi-level environmental filtering determine the functional and phylogenetic composition of wild bee species assemblages?. Ecography 2015 ;Volume 38.(2) p. 140-153 NMBU

18. Tarimo, Beatrice Christopher; Dick, Øystein B.; Gobakken, Terje; Totland, Ørjan. Spatial distribution of temporal dynamics in anthropogenic fires in miombo savanna woodlands of Tanzania. Carbon Balance and Management 2015 ;Volume 10.(1) p. - NMBU

19. Totland, Ørjan; Nielsen, Anders. Klimaendringer og plante-pollinator interaksjoner. Biolog 2015 ;Volume 33.(4) p. 29-34 UiB UiO

2014 20. Andrew, Samora Macrice; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Invasion of the cosmopolitan species Echinochloa colona into herbaceous vegetation of a tropical wetland system. Ecological research 2014 ;Volume 9.(5) p. 969-979 NMBU

21. Andrew, Samora Macrice; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Spatial variation in plant species richness and diversity along human disturbance and environmental gradients in a tropical wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management 2014 ;Volume 23. p. 395-404 NMBU

22. Dorji, Tsechoe; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Klein, Julia A.; Totland, Ørjan. Plant species richness, evenness, and composition along environmental gradients in an Alpine meadow grazing ecosystem in Central Tibet, China. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 2014 ;Volume 46.(2) p. 308-326 NMBU

23. Ida, Takashi; Totland, Ørjan. Heating effect by perianth retention on developing achenes and implications for seed production in the alpine herb Ranunculus glacialis. Alpine Botany 2014 ;Volume 124.(1) p. 37-47 NMBU

24. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Totland, Ørjan. The influence of floral symmetry, dependence on pollinators and pollination generalization on flower size variation. Annals of Botany 2014 ;Volume 114.(1) p. 157-165 NMBU

25. Mullah, Collins Jared Amwatta; Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan; Kigomo, Bernard. Relationships between the density of two potential restoration tree species and plant species abundance and richness in a degraded Afromontane forest of Kenya. African Journal of Ecology 2014 ;Volume 52.(1) p. 77-87 NMBU

26. Mullah, Collins Jared Amwatta; Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan; Odee, David. Community invasibility and invasion by non-native Fraxinus pennsylvanica trees in a degraded tropical forest. Biological Invasions 2014 ;Volume 16.(12) p. 2447-2755 NMBU

27. Nielsen, Anders; Totland, Ørjan. Structural properties of mutualistic networks withstand habitat degradation while species functional roles might change. Oikos 2014 ;Volume 123.(3) p. 323-333 UiO NMBU

28. Sydenham, Markus A. K.; Eldegard, Katrine; Totland, Ørjan. Spatio-temporal variation in species assemblages in field edges: Seasonally distinct responses of solitary bees to local habitat characteristics and landscape conditions. Biodiversity and Conservation 2014 ;Volume 23.(10) p. 2393-2414 NMBU

2013 29. Belay, Tamrat Andargie; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Ecosystem responses to woody plant encroachment in a semiarid savanna rangeland. Plant Ecology 2013 ;Volume 214.(10) p. 1211-1222 NMBU

30. Belay, Tamrat Andargie; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Woody vegetation dynamics in the rangelands of lower Omo region, southwestern Ethiopia. Journal of Arid Environments 2013 ;Volume 89. p. 94-102 NMBU

31. Berhane, Asmelash; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Woody plant assemblages in isolated forest patches in a semiarid agricultural matrix. Biodiversity and Conservation 2013 ;Volume 22.(11) p. 2519-2535 NMBU

32. Dorji, Tsechoe; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Are droppings, distance from pastoralist camps, and pika burrows good proxies for local grazing pressure?. Rangeland Ecology & Management 2013 ;Volume 66.(1) p. 26-33 NMBU

33. Dorji, Tsechoe; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Hopping, Kelly A.; Pan, Jianbin; Klein, Julia A.. Plant functional traits mediate reproductive phenology and success in response to experimental warming and snow addition in Tibet. Global Change Biology 2013 ;Volume 19.(2) p. 459-472 NMBU

34. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Jakobsson, Anna; Totland, Ørjan. How do pollinator visitation rate and seed set relate to species' floral traits and community context?. Oecologia 2013 ;Volume 173.(3) p. 881-893 NMBU


36. Oberbauer, Steven F.; Elmendorf, Sarah C.; Troxler, Tiffany; Hollister, Robert D.; Rocha, Adrian V.; Bret-Harte, Syndonia; Dawes, Melissa; Fosaa, Anna Maria; Henry, Gregory H.R.; Høye, Toke T.; Jarrad, Frith; Jonsdottir, Ingibjørg; Klanderud, Kari; Klein, Julia A.; Molau, Ulf; Rixen, Christian; Schmidt, Niels Martin; Shaver, Gaius R.; Slider, R. T.; Totland, Ørjan; Wahren, Carl-Henrik; Welker, Jeffrey M.. Phenological response of tundra plants to background climate variation tested using the International Tundra Experiment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2013 ;Volume 368. p. - NMBU UNIS

37. Olsen, Siri Lie; Sandvik, Sylvi Marlen; Totland, Ørjan. Influence of Two N-Fixing Legumes on Plant Community Properties and Soil Nutrient Levels in an Alpine Ecosystem. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine research 2013 ;Volume 45.(3) p. 363-371 UIA NMBU


2012 39. Andrew, Samora Macrice; Moe, Stein Ragnar; Totland, Ørjan; Munishi, PKT. Species composition and functional structure of herbaceous vegetation in a tropical wetland system. Biodiversity and Conservation 2012 ;Volume 21.(11) p. 2865-2885 NMBU


41. Hegland, Stein Joar; Totland, Ørjan. Interactions for pollinator visitation and their consequences for reproduction in a plant community. Acta Oecologica 2012 ;Volume 43. p. 95-103 HVL NMBU



2011 44. Collins Mullah Amwatta, Jared; Klanderud, Kari; Totland, Ørjan. Relationships between two potential restoration tree species and species richness and abundance in a degraded afromontane forest of Kenya. 4th World Conference on Ecological Restoration; 2011-08-21 - 2011-08-25 NMBU



48. Larpkern, Panadda; Totland, Ørjan; Moe, Stein Ragnar. Do disturbance and productivity influence evenness of seedling, sapling and adult tree species across a semi-deciduous tropical forest landscape?. Oikos 2011 ;Volume 120.(4) p. 623-629 NMBU

49. Lazaro, Amparo Castillo; Aase, Anne Lene Thorsdatter Orvedal; Totland, Ørjan. Relationships between densities of previous and simultaneous foragers and the foraging behaviour of three bumblebee species. Ecological Entomology 2011 ;Volume 36.(2) p. 221-230 NMBU


Bawa, К. S. & J. H. Beach. Evolution of Sexual Systems in Flowering Plants 254 Beach, J. H. (See Bawa, K. S. & J. H. Beach) 254 Blackwell, Will H. & Martha J. Powell. A Preliminary Note on Pollination in the Chenopodiaceae 524 Blackwell, Will H. & Martha J. Powell. Pollination in the Chenopodiaceae A Preliminary Note on 524 Connor, H. E. Evolution of Reproductive Systems in the Gramineae 48 Eyde, Richard H. Reproductive Structures and Evolution in Ludwigia (Onagraceae). III. Vasculature, Nectaries, Conclusions Heinrich, Bfrnd. The Energetics of Pollination Ormond, Wilma T., Maria Celia B. Pinheiro & Alicia R. Cortella de Castells. A Contribution to the Floral Biology and Reproductive System of Couroupita guianensis Aubl. (Lecythidaceae) Simpson, Beryl В. & John L. Neff. Floral Rewards: Alternatives to Pollen and Nectar ...................................................... Stiles, F. Gary. Geographical Aspects of Bird-Flower Coevolution, with Particular Reference to Central America 323 Anderson, Gregory J. The Evolution of Dioecy—Introduction_________ 243 Armbruster, W. Scott & Ann L. Herzig. Partitioning and Sharing of Pollinators by Four Sympatric Species of Dalechampia (Euphorbi-aceae) in Panama_____________________________________________ 1 Atwood, John T. A Floristic Study of Volcdn Mombacho Department of Granada, Nicaragua_________________________________________ 191

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