Robin Crewe
Robin Crewe
Senior Research Fellow, University of Pretoria
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Estimating the density of honeybee colonies across their natural range to fill the gap in pollinator decline censuses
R Jaffe, V Dietemann, MH Allsopp, C Costa, RM Crewe, R Dall’Olio, ...
Conservation biology 24 (2), 583-593, 2010
False queens: a consequence of mandibular gland signals in worker honeybees.
RM Crewe, HHW Velthuis
Is there a need for conservation of honeybees in Africa?
V Dietemann, CWW Pirk, R Crewe
Apidologie 40 (3), 285-295, 2009
The conservation of native honey bees is crucial
F Requier, L Garnery, PL Kohl, HK Njovu, CWW Pirk, RM Crewe, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (9), 789-798, 2019
A survey of managed honey bee colony losses in the Republic of South Africa–2009 to 2011
CWW Pirk, H Human, RM Crewe, D VanEngelsdorp
Journal of Apicultural Research 53 (1), 35-42, 2014
The size of wild honeybee populations (Apis mellifera) and its implications for the conservation of honeybees
RFA Moritz, FB Kraus, P Kryger, RM Crewe
Journal of Insect Conservation 11, 391-397, 2007
Convergence of carbohydrate-biased intake targets in caged worker honeybees fed different protein sources
SZ Altaye, CWW Pirk, RM Crewe, SW Nicolson
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (19), 3311-3318, 2010
Insemination controls the reproductive division of labour in a ponerine ant
C Peeters, R Crewe
Naturwissenschaften 71, 50-51, 1984
Fertility signalling and reproductive skew in queenless ants
V Cuvillier-Hot, A Lenoir, R Crewe, C Malosse, C Peeters
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 1209-1219, 2004
Citral in stingles bees: Isolation and functions in trail-laying and robbing
MS Blum, RM Crewe, WE Kerr, LH Keith, AW Garrison, MM Walker
Journal of Insect Physiology 16 (8), 1637-1648, 1970
Worker reproduction in the ponerine ant Ophthalmopone berthoudi: an alternative form of eusocial organization
C Peeters, R Crewe
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18, 29-37, 1985
Seasonal prevalence of pathogens and parasites in the savannah honeybee (Apis mellifera scutellata)
U Strauss, H Human, L Gauthier, RM Crewe, V Dietemann, CWW Pirk
Journal of invertebrate Pathology 114 (1), 45-52, 2013
Portrait of the Cape honeybee, Apis mellifera capensis
HR Hepburn, RM Crewe
Apidologie 22 (6), 567-580, 1991
Control of reproductive dominance by the thelytoky gene in honeybees
HMG Lattorff, RFA Moritz, RM Crewe, M Solignac
Biology letters 3 (3), 292-295, 2007
Constituents of the venom of a South african fire ant (Solenopsis punctaticeps): 2, 5-dialkylpyrrolidines and-pyrrolines, identification and synthesis
DJ Pedder, HM Fales, T Jaouni, M Blum, J MacConnell, RM Crewe
Tetrahedron 32 (19), 2275-2279, 1976
Pheromonal contest between honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis)
RFA Moritz, UE Simon, RM Crewe
Naturwissenschaften 87 (9), 395-397, 2000
Alarm pheromones in the genus Manica derived from the mandibular gland
HM Fales, MS Blum, RM Crewe, JM Brand
Journal of Insect Physiology 18 (6), 1077-1088, 1972
Alternative splicing of a single transcription factor drives selfish reproductive behavior in honeybee workers (Apis mellifera)
A Jarosch, E Stolle, RM Crewe, RFA Moritz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (37), 15282-15287, 2011
Compositional variability: the key to the social signals produced by honeybee mandibular glands
RM Crewe
The biology of social insects, 318-322, 2019
The role of the queen mandibular gland pheromone in honeybees (Apis mellifera): honest signal or suppressive agent?
K Strauss, H Scharpenberg, RM Crewe, F Glahn, H Foth, RFA Moritz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 1523-1531, 2008
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