Thomas Parmentier
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A highly diverse microcosm in a hostile world: a review on the associates of red wood ants (Formica rufa group)
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Insectes Sociaux 61 (3), 229-237, 2014
Trophic interactions in an ant nest microcosm: a combined experimental and stable isotope (δ13C/δ15N) approach
T Parmentier, S Bouillon, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Oikos 125 (8), 1182-1192, 2016
Metapopulation processes affecting diversity and distribution of myrmecophiles associated with red wood ants
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Basic and Applied Ecology 16 (6), 553-562, 2015
Context-dependent specialization in colony defence in the red wood ant Formica rufa
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Animal Behaviour 103, 161-167, 2015
Do well-integrated species of an inquiline community have a lower brood predation tendency? A test using red wood ant myrmecophiles
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 1-12, 2016
Arthropods associate with their red wood ant host without matching nestmate recognition cues
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 43 (7), 644-661, 2017
Do Lasius niger ants punish low-quality black bean aphid mutualists?
A Vantaux, T Parmentier, J Billen, T Wenseleers
Animal Behaviour 83 (1), 257-262, 2012
The cost of ant attendance and melezitose secretion in the black bean aphid Aphis fabae
A Vantaux, S Schillewaert, T Parmentier, WIM Van Den Ende, J Billen, ...
Ecological Entomology 40 (5), 511-517, 2015
Guests of social insects
T Parmentier
Encyclopedia of social insects, 1-15, 2019
Survival of persecuted myrmecophiles in laboratory nests of different ant species can explain patterns of host use in the field
T Parmentier, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Myrmecological News 23, 71-79, 2016
First records of a supercolonial species of the Tapinoma nigerrimum complex in Belgium (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
W Dekoninck, T Parmentier, B Seifert
Bulletin de la Société royale belge d’Entomologie 151, 206-209, 2015
Prudent behavior rather than chemical deception enables a parasite to exploit its ant host
T Parmentier, F De Laender, T Wenseleers, D Bonte
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1225-1233, 2018
An apparent mutualism between Afrotropical ant species sharing the same nest
T Parmentier, K Yéo, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (3), 46, 2017
The influence of facultative endosymbionts on honeydew carbohydrate and amino acid composition of the black bean aphid Aphis fabae
S Schillewaert, T Parmentier, A Vantaux, W Van den Ende, C Vorburger, ...
Physiological Entomology 42 (2), 125-133, 2017
Host following of an ant associate during nest relocation
T Parmentier
Insectes Sociaux 66 (2), 329-332, 2019
Body size in the ant-associated isopod Platyarthrus hoffmannseggii is host-dependent
T Parmentier, A Vanderheyden, W Dekoninck, T Wenseleers
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (2), 305-311, 2017
Conflict and cooperation between ants and ant-associated arthropods
T Parmentier
First record of the myrmecophilous silverfish Atelura formicaria Heyden, 1855 in Belgium (Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae)
T Parmentier, M Van Kerckvoorde, W Dekoninck
Bulletin de la Société royale belge d'Entomologie/Bulletin van de …, 2013
Taakverdeling en voedselecologie bij de werksters van Formica rufa en Formica polyctena
T Parmentier
Master's thesis. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University, 2010
A Dazzling Number of Beetles (Coleoptera) in a Hibernating Nest of Red Wood Ants, Formica Rufa Linnaeus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
T Parmentier, R Claus
The Coleopterists Bulletin 73 (3), 761-764, 2019
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