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Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality
P Abbot, J Abe, J Alcock, S Alizon, JAC Alpedrinha, M Andersson, ...
Nature 471 (7339), E1-E4, 2011
5322011
DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR OF HONEY BEES: Organization, Genetics, and Comparisons with Other Bees
MD Breed, E Guzmán-Novoa, GJ Hunt
Annual Reviews in Entomology 49 (1), 271-298, 2004
4412004
Pheromone communication in social insects: ants, wasps, bees, and termites
RK Vander Meer, MD Breed, M Winston, KE Espelie
CRC Press, 2019
3302019
Kin recognition in highly eusocial insects.
MD Breed
Kin recognition in animals., 243-286, 1987
2561987
Nestmate recognition in honey bees
MD Breed
Animal Behaviour 31 (1), 86-91, 1983
2491983
Division of labor during honey bee colony defense
MD Breed, GE Robinson, RE Page
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27, 395-401, 1990
2211990
The guard honey bee: ontogeny and behavioural variability of workers performing a specialized task
AJ Moore, MD Breed, MJ Moor
Animal Behaviour 35 (4), 1159-1167, 1987
1931987
Animal behavior
MD Breed, J Moore
Academic Press, 2021
1852021
Recognition pheromones of the honey bee
MD Breed
Bioscience 48 (6), 463-470, 1998
1781998
The role of wax comb in honey bee nestmate recognition
MD Breed, MF Garry, AN Pearce, BE Hibbard, LB Bjostad, RE PAGE Jr
Animal Behaviour 50 (2), 489-496, 1995
1471995
Comb wax mediates the acquisition of nest-mate recognition cues in honey bees
MD Breed, KR Williams, JH Fewell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (22), 8766-8769, 1988
1351988
Effects of experience on use of orientation cues in the giant tropical ant.
JF Harrison, JH Fewell, TM Stiller, MD Breed
Animal behaviour, 1989
1301989
Graded recruitment in a ponerine ant
MD Breed, JH Fewell, AJ Moore, KR Williams
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 20, 407-411, 1987
1281987
Honey bee, Apis mellifera, nestmate discrimination: hydrocarbon effects and the evolutionary implications of comb choice
MD Breed, TM Stiller
Animal Behaviour 43 (6), 875-883, 1992
1241992
Chemical cues in kin recognition: criteria for identification, experimental approaches, and the honey bee as an example
MD Breed
Pheromone communication in social insects, 57-78, 2019
1122019
Individual recognition and learning of queen odors by worker honeybees
MD Breed
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 78 (4), 2635-2637, 1981
1121981
Comb wax effects on the ontogeny of honey bee nestmate recognition
M D BREED, EA LEGER, AN PEARCE, YUJU WANG
Animal Behaviour 55 (1), 13-20, 1998
1071998
Kin discrimination within honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies: an analysis of the evidence
MD Breed, CK Welch, R Cruz
Behavioural Processes 33 (1-2), 25-39, 1994
1071994
Cooperative transport in ants: a review of proximate mechanisms
HF McCreery, MD Breed
Insectes sociaux 61, 99-110, 2014
1002014
The chemical basis for nestmate recognition and mate discrimination in social insects
RT Cardé, WJ Bell, BH Smith, MD Breed
Chemical ecology of insects 2, 287-317, 1995
981995
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