Ellen van Wilgenburg
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Draft genome of the globally widespread and invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile)
CD Smith, A Zimin, C Holt, E Abouheif, R Benton, E Cash, V Croset, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5673-5678, 2011
Single locus complementary sex determination in Hymenoptera: an" unintelligent" design?
E Van Wilgenburg, G Driessen, LW Beukeboom
Frontiers in Zoology 3, 1-15, 2006
The global expansion of a single ant supercolony
E Van Wilgenburg, CW Torres, ND Tsutsui
Evolutionary Applications 3 (2), 136-143, 2010
Evolution of cuticular hydrocarbon diversity in ants
E Van Wilgenburg, MRE Symonds, MA Elgar
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (6), 1188-1198, 2011
Confirmation bias in studies of nestmate recognition: a cautionary note for research into the behaviour of animals
E van Wilgenburg, MA Elgar
PloS one 8 (1), e53548, 2013
Global‐scale analyses of chemical ecology and population genetics in the invasive Argentine ant
M Brandt, E Van Wilgenburg, ND Tsutsui
Molecular Ecology 18 (5), 997-1005, 2009
Experience influences aggressive behaviour in the Argentine ant
E Van Wilgenburg, J Clémencet, ND Tsutsui
Biology letters 6 (2), 152-155, 2010
Deciphering the chemical basis of nestmate recognition
E Van Wilgenburg, R Sulc, KJ Shea, ND Tsutsui
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (7), 751-758, 2010
Colony structure and spatial distribution of food resources in the polydomous meat ant Iridomyrmex purpureus
E Van Wilgenburg, MA Elgar
Insectes sociaux 54, 5-10, 2007
Learning and discrimination of cuticular hydrocarbons in a social insect
E van Wilgenburg, A Felden, DH Choe, R Sulc, J Luo, KJ Shea, MA Elgar, ...
Biology Letters 8 (1), 17-20, 2012
The scent of supercolonies: the discovery, synthesis and behavioural verification of ant colony recognition cues
M Brandt, E Van Wilgenburg, R Sulc, KJ Shea, ND Tsutsui
BMC biology 7 (1), 71, 2009
Density of antennal sensilla influences efficacy of communication in a social insect
KP Gill, E van Wilgenburg, DL Macmillan, MA Elgar
The American Naturalist 182 (6), 834-840, 2013
Nest-and colony-mate recognition in polydomous colonies of meat ants (Iridomyrmex purpureus)
E Van Wilgenburg, D Ryan, P Morrison, PJ Marriott, MA Elgar
Naturwissenschaften 93 (7), 309-314, 2006
Absence of aggression but not nestmate recognition in an Australian population of the Argentine ant Linepithema humile
BT Björkman-Chiswell, E Van Wilgenburg, ML Thomas, SE Swearer, ...
Insectes Sociaux 55 (2), 207-212, 2008
Ants build transportation networks that optimize cost and efficiency at the expense of robustness
G Cabanes, E van Wilgenburg, M Beekman, T Latty
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 223-231, 2015
The influence of relatedness, neighbourhood and overall distance on colony mate recognition in a polydomous ant
E Wilgenburg
Ethology 113 (12), 1185-1191, 2007
Conflict resolution strategies in meat ants (Iridomyrmex purpureus): ritualised displays versus lethal fighting
E Van Wilgenburg, E van Lieshout, MA Elgar
Behaviour 142 (6), 701-716, 2005
Nestmate recognition in social insects: overcoming physiological constraints with collective decision making
BR Johnson, E van Wilgenburg, ND Tsutsui
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 65 (5), 935-944, 2011
Colony characteristics influence the risk of nest predation of a polydomous ant by a monotreme
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 92 (1), 1-8, 2007
An absence of aggression between non-nestmates in the bull ant Myrmecia nigriceps
E van Wilgenburg, S Dang, AL Forti, TJ Koumoundouros, A Ly, MA Elgar
Naturwissenschaften 94 (9), 787-790, 2007
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