Patrick Schultheiss
Patrick Schultheiss
UniversitÚ Paul Sabatier / CNRS, Toulouse, France
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
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Views, landmarks, and routes: how do desert ants negotiate an obstacle course?
A Wystrach, S Schwarz, P Schultheiss, G Beugnon, K Cheng
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197 (2), 167-179, 2011
892011
Finding the nest: inbound searching behaviour in the Australian desert ant, Melophorus bagoti
P Schultheiss, K Cheng
Animal Behaviour 81 (5), 1031-1038, 2011
752011
Beginnings of a synthetic approach to desert ant navigation
K Cheng, P Schultheiss, S Schwarz, A Wystrach, R Wehner
Behavioural Processes 102, 51-61, 2014
562014
Finding food: outbound searching behavior in the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti
P Schultheiss, K Cheng
Behavioral Ecology 24 (1), 128-135, 2013
472013
Searching behavior in social Hymenoptera
P Schultheiss, K Cheng, AM Reynolds
Learning and Motivation 50, 59-67, 2015
382015
Multiple sources of celestial compass information in the central Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti
A Wystrach, S Schwarz, P Schultheiss, A Baniel, K Cheng
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200 (6), 591-601, 2014
322014
Foraging patterns and strategies in an A ustralian desert ant
P Schultheiss, SS Nooten
Austral Ecology 38 (8), 942-951, 2013
322013
Information content of visual scenes influences systematic search of desert ants
P Schultheiss, A Wystrach, ELG Legge, K Cheng
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (4), 742-749, 2013
302013
Does the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti approximate a LÚvy search by an intrinsic bi-modal walk?
AM Reynolds, P Schultheiss, K Cheng
Journal of Theoretical Biology 340, 17-22, 2014
242014
Crucial role of ultraviolet light for desert ants in determining direction from the terrestrial panorama
P Schultheiss, A Wystrach, S Schwarz, A Tack, J Delor, SS Nooten, ...
Animal Behaviour 115, 19-28, 2016
232016
Similarities and differences in path integration and search in two species of desert ants inhabiting a visually rich and a visually barren habitat
P Schultheiss, T Stannard, S Pereira, AM Reynolds, R Wehner, K Cheng
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (8), 1319-1329, 2016
212016
Nest relocation and colony founding in the Australian desert ant, Melophorus bagoti Lubbock (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
P Schultheiss, S Schwarz, A Wystrach
Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 2010, 435838, 2010
192010
Using virtual reality to study visual performances of honeybees
P Schultheiss, A Buatois, A AvarguŔs-Weber, M Giurfa
Current opinion in insect science 24, 43-50, 2017
182017
Follower ants in a tandem pair are not always na´ve
P Schultheiss, CA Raderschall, A Narendra
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-11, 2015
172015
How to navigate in different environments and situations: lessons from ants
CA Freas, P Schultheiss
Frontiers in psychology 9, 841, 2018
162018
Associative visual learning by tethered bees in a controlled visual environment
A Buatois, C Pichot, P Schultheiss, JC Sandoz, CR Lazzari, L Chittka, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-19, 2017
162017
Are LÚvy flight patterns derived from the Weber–Fechner law in distance estimation?
AM Reynolds, P Schultheiss, K Cheng
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (8), 1219-1226, 2013
162013
Foraging ecology of an Australian salt-pan desert ant (genus Melophorus)
P Schultheiss, S Schwarz, K Cheng, R Wehner
Australian Journal of Zoology 60 (5), 311-319, 2012
142012
Transfer of visual learning between a virtual and a real environment in honey bees: the role of active vision
A Buatois, C Flumian, P Schultheiss, A AvarguŔs-Weber, M Giurfa
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 12, 139, 2018
112018
Visual Matching in the Orientation of Desert Ants (Melophorus bagoti): The Effect of Changing Skyline Height
E Julle‐Daniere, P Schultheiss, A Wystrach, S Schwarz, SS Nooten, ...
Ethology 120 (8), 783-792, 2014
112014
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