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Spontaneous emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs
SA Rands, G Cowlishaw, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, RA Johnstone
Nature 423 (6938), 432-434, 2003
4012003
The effects of rainfall on plant–pollinator interactions
DA Lawson, SA Rands
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 13, 561-569, 2019
1492019
Obesity prevalence and associated risk factors in outdoor living domestic horses and ponies
SL Giles, SA Rands, CJ Nicol, PA Harris
PeerJ 2, e299, 2014
1412014
The impact of parasite manipulation and predator foraging behavior on predator–prey communities
A Fenton, SA Rands
Ecology 87 (11), 2832-2841, 2006
1232006
The interaction of temperature and sucrose concentration on foraging preferences in bumblebees
HM Whitney, A Dyer, L Chittka, SA Rands, BJ Glover
Naturwissenschaften 95, 845-850, 2008
992008
Sexual selection and condition‐dependence
RA Johnstone, SA Rands, MR Evans
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (12), 2387-2394, 2009
922009
The emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs when the qualities of individuals differ
SA Rands, G Cowlishaw, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, RA Johnstone
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 51, 2008
922008
Field margins, foraging distances and their impacts on nesting pollinator success
SA Rands, HM Whitney
PLoS One 6 (10), e25971, 2011
872011
Floral temperature and optimal foraging: is heat a feasible floral reward for pollinators?
SA Rands, HM Whitney
PLoS One 3 (4), e2007, 2008
802008
State–dependent foraging rules for social animals in selfish herds
SA Rands, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
782004
The diversity of floral temperature patterns, and their use by pollinators
MJM Harrap, SA Rands, NH de Ibarra, HM Whitney
eLife 6, e31262, 2017
772017
Consensus and experience trump leadership, suppressing individual personality during social foraging
ND McDonald, SA Rands, F Hill, C Elder, CC Ioannou
Science Advances 2 (9), 1600892, 2016
672016
Social foraging and dominance relationships: the effects of socially mediated interference
SA Rands, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (4), 572, 2006
642006
Effects of pollinator density-dependent preferences on field margin visitations in the midst of agricultural monocultures: a modelling approach
SA Rands, HM Whitney
Ecological Modelling 221 (9), 1310-1316, 2010
592010
Flower iridescence increases object detection in the insect visual system without compromising object identity
HM Whitney, A Reed, SA Rands, L Chittka, BJ Glover
Current Biology 26 (6), 802-808, 2016
562016
Reporting of thermography parameters in biology: a systematic review of thermal imaging literature
MJM Harrap, N Hempel de Ibarra, HM Whitney, SA Rands
Royal Society Open Science 5 (12), 181281, 2018
542018
Assessing the seasonal prevalence and risk factors for nuchal crest adiposity in domestic horses and ponies using the Cresty Neck Score
SL Giles, CJ Nicol, SA Rands, PA Harris
BMC Veterinary Research 11 (1), 13, 2015
532015
Bumblebees distinguish floral scent patterns, and can transfer these to corresponding visual patterns
DA Lawson, L Chittka, HM Whitney, SA Rands
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1880), 20180661, 2018
512018
Dominance rank is associated with body condition in outdoor-living domestic horses (Equus caballus)
SL Giles, CJ Nicol, PA Harris, SA Rands
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 166, 71-79, 2015
472015
Colour as a backup for scent in the presence of olfactory noise: testing the efficacy backup hypothesis using bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)
DA Lawson, HM Whitney, SA Rands
Royal Society Open Science 4 (11), 170996, 2017
462017
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