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
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
Sexual cannibalism in the garden spider Araneus diadematus
MA Elgar, DR Nash
Animal Behaviour 36 (5), 1511-1517, 1988
The evolution of invasiveness in garden ants
S Cremer, LV Ugelvig, FP Drijfhout, BC Schlick-Steiner, FM Steiner, ...
Plos one 3 (12), e3838, 2008
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
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), 12233, 2016
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
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
Communication between hosts and social parasites
DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Sociobiology of Communication: an interdisciplinary perspective 55, 55-79, 2008
The recruitment of parasitoid species to two invading herbivores
HCJ Godfray, DJL Agassiz, DR Nash, JH Lawton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 393-402, 1995
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
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
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, 370-381, 2008
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
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
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
Self-restraint and sterility in workers of Acromyrmex and Atta leafcutter ants
MB Dijkstra, DR Nash, JJ Boomsma
Insectes Sociaux 52, 67-76, 2005
Host ant independent oviposition in the parasitic butterfly Maculinea alcon
MA Fürst, DR Nash
Biology Letters 6 (2), 174-176, 2010
The imperial blue, Jalmenus evagoras (Lycaenidae)
NE Pierce, DR Nash
Monographs on Australian Lepidoptera 6, 279-315, 1999
Assessing reintroduction schemes by comparing genetic diversity of reintroduced and source populations: a case study of the globally threatened large blue butterfly (Maculinea …
A Andersen, DJ Simcox, JA Thomas, DR Nash
Biological conservation 175, 34-41, 2014
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