Inon Scharf
Inon Scharf
School of Zoology, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University
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Factors influencing site abandonment and site selection in a sit-and-wait predator: a review of pit-building antlion larvae
I Scharf, O Ovadia
Journal of Insect Behavior 19 (2), 197-218, 2006
Foraging decisions and behavioural flexibility in trap‐building predators: a review
I Scharf, Y Lubin, O Ovadia
Biological Reviews 86 (3), 626-639, 2011
Reproductive trade-offs and direct costs for males in arthropods
I Scharf, F Peter, OY Martin
Evolutionary Biology 40 (2), 169-184, 2013
Efficiency evaluation of two competing foraging modes under different conditions
I Scharf, E Nulman, O Ovadia, A Bouskila
The American Naturalist 168 (3), 350-357, 2006
Late bloomers and baby boomers: ecological drivers of longevity in squamates and the tuatara
I Scharf, A Feldman, M Novosolov, D Pincheira‐Donoso, I Das, M Böhm, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (4), 396-405, 2015
Same-sex sexual behavior in insects and arachnids: prevalence, causes, and consequences
I Scharf, OY Martin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (11), 1719-1730, 2013
Increased host aggression as an induced defense against slave-making ants
T Pamminger, I Scharf, PS Pennings, S Foitzik
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 255-260, 2011
Sexual dimorphism of heads and abdomens: different approaches to ‘being large’in female and male lizards
I Scharf, S Meiri
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110 (3), 665-673, 2013
Foraging behaviour and habitat selection in pit-building antlion larvae in constant light or dark conditions
I Scharf, A Subach, O Ovadia
Animal Behaviour 76 (6), 2049-2057, 2008
The multifaceted effects of starvation on arthropod behaviour
I Scharf
Animal Behaviour 119, 37-48, 2016
Characterizing the collective personality of ant societies: aggressive colonies do not abandon their home
I Scharf, AP Modlmeier, S Fries, C Tirard, S Foitzik
PLoS One 7 (3), e33314, 2012
The effect of sand depth, feeding regime, density, and body mass on the foraging behaviour of a pit‐building antlion
I Scharf, B Golan, O Ovadia
Ecological Entomology 34 (1), 26-33, 2009
A trade-off between growth and starvation endurance in a pit-building antlion
I Scharf, I Filin, O Ovadia
Oecologia 160 (3), 453-460, 2009
Differential response of ant colonies to intruders: attack strategies correlate with potential threat
I Scharf, T Pamminger, S Foitzik
Ethology 117 (8), 731-739, 2011
Behavioral repeatability of flour beetles before and after metamorphosis and throughout aging
Y Wexler, A Subach, JN Pruitt, I Scharf
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (5), 745-753, 2016
Ant societies buffer individual-level effects of parasite infections
I Scharf, AP Modlmeier, S Beros, S Foitzik
The American Naturalist 180 (5), 671-683, 2012
Jack of all trades, master of all: a positive association between habitat niche breadth and foraging performance in pit-building antlion larvae
ED Barkae, I Scharf, Z Abramsky, O Ovadia
PLoS One 7 (3), e33506, 2012
Phenotypic plasticity and variation in morphological and life-history traits of antlion adults across a climatic gradient
I Scharf, I Filin, D Ben-Yehoshua, O Ovadia
Zoology 112 (2), 139-150, 2009
Starvation endurance in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi depends on group size, body size and access to larvae
AP Modlmeier, S Foitzik, I Scharf
Physiological Entomology 38 (1), 89-94, 2013
Effects of maternal and offspring environmental conditions on growth, development and diapause in latitudinal yellow dung fly populations
I Scharf, SS Bauerfeind, WU Blanckenhorn, MA Schäfer
Climate Research 43 (1-2), 115-125, 2010
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