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12015The influence of nutritional state on individual and group movement behaviour in shoals of crimson-spotted rainbowfish ('Melanotaenia duboulayi')Hansen, Matthew J; Schaerf, Timothy ; Ward, Ashley J W9-Dec-2015
22015Honeybee linguistics: a comparative analysis of the waggle dance among species of 'Apis'Beekman, Madeleine; Makinson, James C; Couvillon, Margaret J; Preece, Kaitlyn; Schaerf, Timothy 15-Dec-2015
32011Moving home: nest-site selection in the Red Dwarf honeybee ('Apis florea')Makinson, James C; Oldroyd, Benjamin P; Schaerf, Timothy ; Wattanachaiyingcharoen, Wandee; Beekman, Madeleine17-Dec-2015
42011Deciding on the wing: in-flight decision making and search space sampling in the red dwarf honeybee 'Apis florea'Diwold, Konrad; Schaerf, Timothy ; Myerscough, Mary R; Middendorf, Martin; Beekman, Madeleine17-Dec-2015
52013The role of individuality in collective group movementHerbert-Read, J E; Krause, S; Morrell, L J; Schaerf, Timothy ; Krause, J; Ward, A J W17-Dec-2015
62011Inaccurate and unverified information in decision making: a model for the nest site selection process of 'Apis florea'Schaerf, Timothy ; Myerscough, Mary R; Makinson, James C; Beekman, Madeleine17-Dec-2015
72011Inferring the rules of interaction of shoaling fishHerbert-Read, James E; Perna, Andrea; Mann, Richard P; Schaerf, Timothy ; Sumpter, David J T; Ward, Ashley J W17-Dec-2015
82014Consensus building in giant Asian honeybee, 'Apis dorsata', swarms on the moveMakinson, James C; Schaerf, Timothy ; Rattanawannee, Atsalek; Oldroyd, Benjamin P; Beekman, Madeleine17-Dec-2015
92013Do small swarms have an advantage when house hunting? The effect of swarm size on nest-site selection by 'Apis mellifera'Schaerf, Timothy ; Makinson, James C; Myerscough, Mary R; Beekman, Madeleine17-Dec-2015
102012Brood comb construction by the stingless bees 'Tetragonula hockingsi' and 'Tetragonula carbonaria'Brito, Rute M; Schaerf, Timothy ; Myerscough, Mary R; Heard, Tim A; Oldroyd, Benjamin P17-Dec-2015
112014Models for the Recruitment and Allocation of Honey Bee ForagersMyerscough, Mary R; Edwards, James R; Schaerf, Timothy 22-Dec-2015
1212-Dec-2018Cohesion, order and information flow in the collective motion of mixed-species shoalsWard, Ashley J W; Schaerf, T M ; Burns, A L J; Lizier, J T; Crosato, E; Prokopenko, M; Webster, M M28-Mar-2019
132015The effect of hunger on the exploratory behaviour of shoals of mosquitofish 'Gambusia holbrooki'Hansen, Matthew J; Schaerf, Timothy ; Ward, Ashley J W5-Feb-2016
142017Behavioural consistency and group conformity in humbug damselfishBurns, Alicia L J; Schaerf, Timothy ; Ward, Ashley J W21-May-2018
152018The physiology of leadership in fish shoals: leaders have lower maximal metabolic rates and lower aerobic scopeWard, A J W; Herbert-Read, J E; Schaerf, Timothy ; Seebacher, F12-Jun-2018
162017Collective decision making in the red dwarf honeybee Apis florea: do the bees simply follow the flowers?Makinson, J C; Schaerf, Timothy ; Wagner, N; Oldroyd, B P; Beekman, M4-Apr-2018
172017Local interactions and global properties of wild, free-ranging stickleback shoalsWard, Ashley J W; Schaerf, Timothy ; Herbert-Read, James E; Morrell, Lesley; Sumpter, David J T; Webster, Mike M4-Apr-2018
182017The role of biotic and abiotic cues in stimulating aggregation by larval cane toads (Rhinella marina)Raven, Camilla; Shine, Richard; Greenlees, Matthew; Schaerf, Timothy ; Ward, Ashley J W4-Apr-2018
192016How does a swarm of the giant Asian honeybee 'Apis dorsata' reach consensus? A study of the individual behaviour of scout beesMakinson, J C; Schaerf, Timothy ; Rattanawannee, A; Oldroyd, B P; Beekman, M11-Feb-2017
202017Familiarity affects collective motion in shoals of guppies ('Poecilia reticulata')Davis, Scarlet; Lukeman, Ryan; Schaerf, Timothy ; Ward, Ashley J W15-Mar-2018
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