Anja Weidenmüller
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Size variation and foraging rate in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)
J Spaethe, A Weidenmüller
Insectes sociaux 49 (2), 142-146, 2002
Interindividual variability in social insects–proximate causes and ultimate consequences
R Jeanson, A Weidenmüller
Biological Reviews 89 (3), 671-687, 2014
The control of nest climate in bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) colonies: interindividual variability and self reinforcement in fanning response
A Weidenmüller
Behavioral Ecology 15 (1), 120-128, 2004
Collective control of nest climate parameters in bumblebee colonies
A Weidenmüller, C Kleineidam, J Tautz
Animal Behaviour 63 (6), 1065-1071, 2002
Imprecision in waggle dances of the honeybee (Apis mellifera) for nearby food sources: error or adaptation?
A WeidenmuÈller, TD Seeley
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46 (3), 190-199, 1999
The honey bee’s tremble dance stimulates additional bees to function as nectar receivers
TD Seeley, S Kühnholz, A Weidenmüller
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 39 (6), 419-427, 1996
Preimaginal and adult experience modulates the thermal response behavior of ants
A Weidenmüller, C Mayr, CJ Kleineidam, F Roces
Current Biology 19 (22), 1897-1902, 2009
The shaking signal of the honey bee informs workers to prepare for greater activity
TD Seeley, A Weidenmüller, S Kühnholz
Ethology 104 (1), 10-26, 1998
In‐Hive Behavior of Pollen Foragers (Apis mellifera) in Honey Bee Colonies Under Conditions of High and Low Pollen Need
A Weidenmüller, J Tautz
Ethology 108 (3), 205-221, 2002
Behavioural plasticity in the fanning response of bumblebee workers: impact of experience and rate of temperature change
C Westhus, CJ Kleineidam, F Roces, A Weidenmüller
Animal Behaviour 85 (1), 27-34, 2013
Worker piping associated with foraging in undisturbed queenright colonies of honey bees
SC Pratt, S Kühnholz, TD Seeley, A Weidenmüller
Apidologie 27 (1), 13-20, 1996
Behavioral flexibility promotes collective consistency in a social insect
LK Garrison, CJ Kleineidam, A Weidenmüller
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Collective homeostasis and time-resolved models of self-organised task allocation
B Meyer, A Weidenmüller, R Chen, J Garcia
Proceedings of the 9th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired …, 2016
Reconsidering response threshold models—short-term response patterns in thermoregulating bumblebees
A Weidenmüller, R Chen, B Meyer
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73 (8), 1-13, 2019
From individual behavior to collective structure: pollen collection and nest climate control in social bees
A Weidenmüller
Nest climate control in bumble bees and ants–the response threshold concept revisited
A Weidenmueller
From individual behavior to collective structure
A Weidenmüller
Universität Würzburg, 2001
56. Pollen--immer nur Pollen? Wie spezialisiert sind sammelnden Honigbienen?
A Weidenmüller, J Tautz
Apidologie 30 (5), 451-452, 1999
Pollen, nothing but pollen? How specialised are honey bee foragers?
A Weidenmueller, J Tautz
Apidologie (France), 1999
Worker piping associated with foraging in undisturbed queenright colonies of honey bees [acoustic communication]
SC Pratt, S Kuehnholz, DT Seeley, A Weidenmueller
Apidologie (France), 1996
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