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David R Nash
David R Nash
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The evolution of alternative parasitic life histories in large blue butterflies
TD Als, R Vila, NP Kandul, DR Nash, SH Yen, YF Hsu, AA Mignault, ...
Nature 432 (7015), 386-390, 2004
2712004
A mosaic of chemical coevolution in a large blue butterfly
DR Nash, TD Als, R Maile, GR Jones, JJ Boomsma
science 319 (5859), 88-90, 2008
2132008
Sexual cannibalism in the garden spider Araneus diadematus
MA Elgar, DR Nash
Animal Behaviour 36 (5), 1511-1517, 1988
1681988
Reduced biological control and enhanced chemical pest management in the evolution of fungus farming in ants
H Fernández-Marín, JK Zimmerman, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma, WT Wcislo
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), 2263-2269, 2009
1272009
The evolution of invasiveness in garden ants
S Cremer, LV Ugelvig, FP Drijfhout, BC Schlick-Steiner, FM Steiner, ...
Plos one 3 (12), e3838, 2008
1272008
Reciprocal genomic evolution in the ant–fungus agricultural symbiosis
S Nygaard, H Hu, C Li, M Schiřtt, Z Chen, Z Yang, Q Xie, C Ma, Y Deng, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
1062016
When every sperm counts: factors affecting male fertility in the honeybee Apis mellifera
M Stürup, B Baer-Imhoof, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma, B Baer
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1192-1198, 2013
1032013
Communication between hosts and social parasites
DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Sociobiology of Communication: an interdisciplinary perspective, 55-79, 2008
972008
Geographical variation in host–ant specificity of the parasitic butterfly Maculinea alcon in Denmark
TD Als, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Ecological Entomology 27 (4), 403-414, 2002
952002
The recruitment of parasitoid species to two invading herbivores
HCJ Godfray, DJL Agassiz, DR Nash, JH Lawton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 393-402, 1995
881995
Adoption of parasitic Maculinea alcon caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) by three Myrmica ant species
TD Als, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Animal Behaviour 62 (1), 99-106, 2001
752001
Patterns of host ant use by sympatric populations of Maculinea alcon and M.‘rebeli’in the Carpathian Basin
A Tartally, DR Nash, S Lengyel, Z Varga
Insectes Sociaux 55 (4), 370-381, 2008
692008
Prudent sperm use by leaf-cutter ant queens
SPA den Boer, B Baer, S Dreier, S Aron, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1675), 3945-3953, 2009
672009
Dynamic Wolbachia prevalence in Acromyrmex leaf‐cutting ants: potential for a nutritional symbiosis
SB Andersen, M Boye, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (7), 1340-1350, 2012
642012
The pattern of spread of invading species: two leaf-mining moths colonizing Great Britain
DR Nash, DJL Agassiz, HCJ Godfray, JH Lawton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 225-233, 1995
601995
Self-restraint and sterility in workers of Acromyrmex and Atta leafcutter ants
MB Dijkstra, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Insectes Sociaux 52 (1), 67-76, 2005
562005
Testing the adjustable threshold model for intruder recognition on Myrmica ants in the context of a social parasite
MA Fürst, M Durey, DR Nash
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1728), 516-522, 2012
542012
The imperial blue, Jalmenus evagoras (Lycaenidae)
NE Pierce, DR Nash
Monographs on Australian Lepidoptera 6, 279-315, 1999
531999
Host ant independent oviposition in the parasitic butterfly Maculinea alcon
MA Fürst, DR Nash
Biology Letters 6 (2), 174-176, 2010
522010
Reconstructing eight decades of genetic variation in an isolated Danish population of the large blue butterfly Maculinea arion
LV Ugelvig, PS Nielsen, JJ Boomsma, DR Nash
BMC evolutionary biology 11 (1), 1-11, 2011
492011
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