James Crall
James Crall
USDA-NIFA Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard
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Linking biomechanics and ecology through predator–prey interactions: flight performance of dragonflies and their prey
SA Combes, DE Rundle, JM Iwasaki, JD Crall
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (6), 903-913, 2012
1082012
BEEtag: a low-cost, image-based tracking system for the study of animal behavior and locomotion
JD Crall, N Gravish, AM Mountcastle, SA Combes
PloS one 10 (9), e0136487, 2015
742015
Resilin in dragonfly and damselfly wings and its implications for wing flexibility
S Donoughe, JD Crall, RA Merz, SA Combes
Journal of morphology 272 (12), 1409-1421, 2011
732011
Rolling with the flow: bumblebees flying in unsteady wakes
S Ravi, JD Crall, A Fisher, SA Combes
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (22), 4299-4309, 2013
632013
Dynamics of animal movement in an ecological context: dragonfly wing damage reduces flight performance and predation success
SA Combes, JD Crall, S Mukherjee
Biology letters 6 (3), 426-429, 2010
602010
Neonicotinoid exposure disrupts bumblebee nest behavior, social networks, and thermoregulation
JD Crall, CM Switzer, RL Oppenheimer, ANF Versypt, B Dey, A Brown, ...
Science 362 (6415), 683-686, 2018
562018
Hummingbird flight stability and control in freestream turbulent winds
S Ravi, JD Crall, L McNeilly, SF Gagliardi, AA Biewener, SA Combes
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (9), 1444-1452, 2015
342015
Bumblebee flight performance in cluttered environments: effects of obstacle orientation, body size and acceleration
JD Crall, S Ravi, AM Mountcastle, SA Combes
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (17), 2728-2737, 2015
302015
Spatial fidelity of workers predicts collective response to disturbance in a social insect
JD Crall, N Gravish, AM Mountcastle, SD Kocher, RL Oppenheimer, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-13, 2018
252018
Foraging in an unsteady world: bumblebee flight performance in field-realistic turbulence
JD Crall, JJ Chang, RL Oppenheimer, SA Combes
Interface Focus 7 (1), 20160086, 2017
232017
Social context modulates idiosyncrasy of behaviour in the gregarious cockroach Blaberus discoidalis
JD Crall, AD Souffrant, D Akandwanaho, SD Hescock, SE Callan, ...
Animal Behaviour 111, 297-305, 2016
202016
Wind alters landing dynamics in bumblebees
JJ Chang, JD Crall, SA Combes
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (18), 2819-2822, 2016
112016
MAPLE (modular automated platform for large-scale experiments), a robot for integrated organism-handling and phenotyping
T Alisch, JD Crall, AB Kao, D Zucker, BL de Bivort
Elife 7, e37166, 2018
102018
Blown in the wind: Bumblebee temporal foraging patterns in naturally varying wind conditions
JD Crall, SA Combes
Integrative and Comparative Biology 53, E270-E270, 2013
52013
Social buffering of pesticides in bumblebees: agent-based modeling of the effects of colony size and neonicotinoid exposure on behavior within nests
JD Crall, BL De Bivort, B Dey, AN Ford Versypt
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 51, 2019
42019
Pesticides and pollinators, an automated platform to assess the effects of neonicotinoid exposure and other environmental stressors on bee colonies: a computational …
JD Crall, CM Switzer, SS Myers, SA Combes, BL de Bivort
The Lancet 389, S4, 2017
42017
BeeNestABM: An open-source agent-based model of spatiotemporal distribution of bumblebees in nests
ANF Versypt, JD Crall, B Dey
Journal of Open Source Software 3 (27), 718, 2018
32018
An ancient push-pull pollination mechanism in cycads
S Salzman, D Crook, JD Crall, R Hopkins, NE Pierce
Science Advances 6 (24), eaay6169, 2020
22020
Foraging in a Complex World: From Individual Flight Performance to Collective Behavior in Bumblebees (Bombus Impatiens)
JD Crall
22017
Wing damage and flight performance in dragonflies: effects of area loss on force production and aerial predation
SA Combes, JD Crall, S Mukherjee
Integrative and Comparative Biology 50, E33-E33, 2010
22010
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