Richard J. Gill
Richard J. Gill
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Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual-and colony-level traits in bees
RJ Gill, O Ramos-Rodriguez, NE Raine
Nature 491 (7422), 105-108, 2012
7532012
Chronic impairment of bumblebee natural foraging behaviour induced by sublethal pesticide exposure
RJ Gill, NE Raine
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1459-1471, 2014
2042014
Chronic sublethal stress causes bee colony failure
J Bryden, RJ Gill, RAA Mitton, NE Raine, VAA Jansen
Ecology letters 16 (12), 1463-1469, 2013
1692013
Protecting an ecosystem service: approaches to understanding and mitigating threats to wild insect pollinators
RJ Gill, KCR Baldock, MJF Brown, JE Cresswell, LV Dicks, MT Fountain, ...
Advances in ecological research 54, 135-206, 2016
1062016
Networking our way to better ecosystem service provision
Quintessence Consortium
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (2), 105-115, 2016
562016
Exploring miniature insect brains using micro-CT scanning techniques
DB Smith, G Bernhardt, NE Raine, RL Abel, D Sykes, F Ahmed, I Pedroso, ...
Scientific reports 6, 21768, 2016
532016
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: Biological Sciences 285 (1881), 20180807, 2018
452018
Impact of controlled neonicotinoid exposure on bumblebees in a realistic field setting
AN Arce, TI David, EL Randall, A Ramos Rodrigues, TJ Colgan, Y Wurm, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1199-1208, 2017
402017
Ecology: Tasteless pesticides affect bees in the field
NE Raine, RJ Gill
Nature 521 (7550), 38-40, 2015
362015
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, 38957, 2016
332016
Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid-treated food with prolonged exposure
AN Arce, A Ramos Rodrigues, J Yu, TJ Colgan, Y Wurm, RJ Gill
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1885), 20180655, 2018
222018
Polymorphic social organization in an ant
RJ Gill, A Arce, L Keller, RL Hammond
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1677), 4423-4431, 2009
182009
Workers influence royal reproduction
RJ Gill, RL Hammond
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1711), 1524-1531, 2011
132011
Caste‐and pesticide‐specific effects of neonicotinoid pesticide exposure on gene expression in bumblebees
TJ Colgan, IK Fletcher, AN Arce, RJ Gill, A Ramos Rodrigues, E Stolle, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (8), 1964-1974, 2019
112019
Pesticide exposure affects flight dynamics and reduces flight endurance in bumblebees
D Kenna, H Cooley, I Pretelli, A Ramos Rodrigues, SD Gill, RJ Gill
Ecology and evolution 9 (10), 5637-5650, 2019
102019
Effect of tropical forest disturbance on the competitive interactions within a diverse ant community
REJ Gray, RM Ewers, MJW Boyle, AYC Chung, RJ Gill
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
92018
No evidence of volatile chemicals regulating reproduction in a multiple queen ant
DJ Coston, RJ Gill, RL Hammond
Naturwissenschaften 98 (7), 625-629, 2011
72011
Workers determine queen inheritance of reproduction in a functionally monogynous ant population
RJ Gill, RL Hammond
Animal behaviour 82 (1), 119-129, 2011
62011
Insecticide exposure during brood or early-adult development reduces brain growth and impairs adult learning in bumblebees
DB Smith, AN Arce, A Ramos Rodrigues, PH Bischoff, D Burris, F Ahmed, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1922), 20192442, 2020
4*2020
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, 1-17, 2020
2020
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