Ash. E. Samuelson
Ash. E. Samuelson
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Lower bumblebee colony reproductive success in agricultural compared with urban environments
AE Samuelson, RJ Gill, MJF Brown, E Leadbeater
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1881), 20180807, 2018
652018
Effect of acute pesticide exposure on bee spatial working memory using an analogue of the radial-arm maze
EEW Samuelson, ZP Chen-Wishart, RJ Gill, E Leadbeater
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
392016
Survey of insect visitation of ornamental flowers in Southover Grange garden, Lewes, UK
M Garbuzov, EEW Samuelson, FLW Ratnieks
Insect science 22 (5), 700-705, 2015
242015
Following the dance: ground survey of flowers and flower-visiting insects in a summer foraging hotspot identified via honey bee waggle dance decoding
NJ Balfour, KA Fensome, EEW Samuelson, FLW Ratnieks
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 213, 265-271, 2015
152015
Dancing to her own beat: honey bee foragers communicate via individually calibrated waggle dances
R Schürch, FLW Ratnieks, EEW Samuelson, MJ Couvillon
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (9), 1287-1289, 2016
142016
A land classification protocol for pollinator ecology research: An urbanization case study
AE Samuelson, E Leadbeater
Ecology and evolution 8 (11), 5598-5610, 2018
72018
Urbanisation is associated with reduced Nosema sp. infection, higher colony strength and higher richness of foraged pollen in honeybees
AE Samuelson, RJ Gill, E Leadbeater
Apidologie 51 (5), 746-762, 2020
12020
Foraging by Honeybees
AE Samuelson, E Leadbeater
Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour, 2017
12017
Urban bees: reproductive success, colony health and foraging in an anthropogenic environment
AE Samuelson
2019
Dancing bees evaluate agricultural forage resources as inferior to central urban land
AE Samuelson, R Schürch, E Leadbeater
bioRxiv, 2019
2019
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