Chris R. Reid
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Slime mold uses an externalized spatial “memory” to navigate in complex environments
CR Reid, T Latty, A Dussutour, M Beekman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (43), 17490-17494, 2012
Optimisation in a natural system: Argentine ants solve the Towers of Hanoi
CR Reid, DJT Sumpter, M Beekman
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (1), 50-58, 2011
Army ants dynamically adjust living bridges in response to a cost–benefit trade-off
CR Reid, MJ Lutz, S Powell, AB Kao, ID Couzin, S Garnier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (49), 15113-15118, 2015
Decision-making without a brain: how an amoeboid organism solves the two-armed bandit
CR Reid, H MacDonald, RP Mann, JAR Marshall, T Latty, S Garnier
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (119), 20160030, 2016
Network growth models: A behavioural basis for attachment proportional to fitness
M Bell, S Perera, M Piraveenan, M Bliemer, T Latty, C Reid
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Information integration and multiattribute decision making in non-neuronal organisms
CR Reid, S Garnier, M Beekman, T Latty
Animal Behaviour 100, 44-50, 2015
Amoeboid organism uses extracellular secretions to make smart foraging decisions
CR Reid, M Beekman, T Latty, A Dussutour
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 812-818, 2013
Solving the Towers of Hanoi–how an amoeboid organism efficiently constructs transport networks
CR Reid, M Beekman
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (9), 1546-1551, 2013
Collective behaviour and swarm intelligence in slime moulds
CR Reid, T Latty
FEMS microbiology reviews 40 (6), 798-806, 2016
Making a trail: informed Argentine ants lead colony to the best food by U-turning coupled with enhanced pheromone laying
CR Reid, T Latty, M Beekman
Animal Behaviour 84 (6), 1579-1587, 2012
Clarity of objectives and working principles enhances the success of biomimetic programs.
JO Wolff, D Wells, CR Reid, SJ Blamires
Bioinspiration and Biomimetics 12 (5), 051001, 2017
A mathematical model of foraging in a dynamic environment by trail-laying Argentine ants
K Ramsch, CR Reid, M Beekman, M Middendorf
Journal of theoretical biology 306, 32-45, 2012
Social and private information influence the decision making of Australian meat ants (Iridomyrmex purpureus)
EJT Middleton, CR Reid, RP Mann, T Latty
Insectes Sociaux 65 (4), 649-656, 2018
Hänsel, Gretel and the slime mould–how an external spatial memory aids navigation in complex environments
J Smith-Ferguson, CR Reid, T Latty, M Beekman
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50 (41), 414003, 2017
Information transfer during food choice in the slime mold Physarum polycephalum
SK Ray, G Valentini, P Shah, A Haque, CR Reid, GF Weber, S Garnier
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 67, 2019
Slimes in the city: The diversity of myxomycetes from inner-city and semi-urban parks in Sydney, Australia
A Hosokawa, CR Reid, T Latty
Fungal Ecology 39, 37-44, 2019
Dual ecosystem services of syrphid flies (Diptera: Syrphidae): pollinators and biological control agents
L Dunn, M Lequerica, CR Reid, T Latty
Pest Management Science 76 (6), 1973-1979, 2020
If you plant it, they will come: quantifying attractiveness of exotic plants for winter-active flower visitors in community gardens
P Tasker, C Reid, AD Young, CG Threlfall, T Latty
Urban Ecosystems 23 (2), 345-354, 2020
Route selection but not trail clearing are influenced by detour length in the Australian meat ants
D Luo, CR Reid, JC Makinson, M Beekman, T Latty
Insectes Sociaux 66 (1), 47-56, 2019
The case for close biological realism when attempting biomimicry: Comment on “Does being multi-headed make you better at solving problems? A survey of Physarum-based models and …
CR Reid
Physics of life reviews 29, 35-37, 2019
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