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  1. Acoustical interactions between Maculinea alcon and its host ant (2005)
Schonrogge K, Topham E et al
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  2. The capacity of a Myrmica ant nest to support a predacious species of Maculinea butterfly. (1992)
Thomas J.A., Wardlaw J C
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  3. Changes in chemical signature and host specificity from larval retrieval to full social integration in the Myrmecophilous butterfly (2004)
Schonrogge K, Wardlaw J C et al
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  4. The comparative morphology of Myrmica. (1980)
Elmes G.W., Clarke R T et al
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Elmes, G W (Graham) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  5. A comparison of the effect of a queen upon the development of large hibernated larvae of six species of the genus Myrmica (Hym. Formicidae). (1983)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  6. A comparison of the effect of temperature on the development of large hibernated larvae of four species of Myrmica (Hym. Formicidae). (1983)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  7. Contest competition among Maculinea rebeli butterfly larvae in ant nests. (1993)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W. et al
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  8. Do Maculinea rebeli caterpillars provide vestigial mutualistic benefits to ants when living as social parasites inside Myrmica ant nests? (2000)
Wardlaw J C, Thomas J.A. et al
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Wardlaw, J C (Judith) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  9. The ecology of Myrmica ants in relation to the conservation of Maculinea butterflies. (1998)
Elmes G.W., Thomas J.A. et al
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Elmes, G W (Graham) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  10. Ecophysiology of red ants. (1983)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  11. The effect of carbon dioxide on egg production in Myrmica rubra. (1995)
Wardlaw J C
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  12. The effect of queen ants on the survival of Maculinea arion larvae in Myrmica ants nests. (1990)
Thomas J.A., Wardlaw J C
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  13. Effects of latitude, altitude and climate on the habitat and conservation of the endangered butterfly Maculinea arion and its Myrmica ant hosts. (1998)
Thomas J.A., Simcox D J et al
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  14. Environmental impacts of genetically modified plants. Second year report. (1997)
Gray A J, Raybould A F et al
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  15. Exceptional colony size in Myrmica species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). (1996)
Wardlaw J C, Elmes G.W.
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  16. Food stress causes differential survival of socially parasitic caterpillars of Maculinea rebeli integrated in colonies of host and non-host myrmica ant species (2004)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C et al
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  17. Host specificity among Maculinea butterflies in Myrmica ant nests. (1989)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W. et al
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  18. Host specificity in Microdon myrmicae, a sympatric social parasite to the Maculinea in moist grassland ecosystems (2005)
Bonelli S, Worgan A D P et al
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  19. Larvae of Maculinea rebeli, a large-blue butterfly and their Myrmica host ants: patterns of caterpillar growth and survival. (1991)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C et al
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  20. Larvae of Maculinea rebeli, a large-blue butterfly, and their Myrmica host ants: wild adoption and behaviour in ant-nests. (1991)
Elmes G.W., Thomas J.A. et al
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  21. Maculinea and myrmecophiles as sensitive indicators of grassland butterflies (umbrella species), ants (keystone species) and other invertebrates (2005)
Thomas J.A., Clarke R T et al
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  22. Myrmica ants as keystone species and Maculinea arion as an indicator of rare niches in UK grasslands (2005)
Randle Z, Simcox D J et al
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  23. Observations on the life cycle of Medina collaris (Fallen)(Dipt.Tachinidae) (2000)
Wardlaw J C, Webb N R et al
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  24. Parasitoid secretions provoke ant warfare - subterfuge used by a rare wasp may be the key to an alternative type of pest control (2002)
Thomas J.A., Knapp J J et al
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  25. Polymorphic growth in larvae of the butterfly Maculinea rebeli, a scoial parasite of Myrmica ant colonies. (1998)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W. et al
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  26. Polymorphic growth rates in myrmecophilous insects (2000)
Schonrogge K, Wardlaw J C et al
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  27. Population modelling of the spatial interactions between Maculinea rebeli their initial foodplant Gentiana cruciata and Myrmica ants within a site (1998)
Clarke R T, Thomas J.A. et al
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  28. A population study of the ants Myrmica sabuleti and Myrmica scabrinodis living at two sites in the south of England. I. A comparison of colony populations. (1982)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  29. A population study of the ants Myrmica sabuleti and Myrmica scabrinodis living at two sites in the south of England. II. Effect of above-nest vegetation. (1982)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  30. Predicting the ecological impacts of pest- and disease-resistant genetically modified crops. (1997)
Raybould A F, Moyes C L et al
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  31. Predicting the ecological impacts of transgenes for insect and virus resistance in natural and feral populations of Brassica species. (1999)
Raybould A F, Moyes C L et al
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  32. Quantitative aspects of queen control over reproduction in the ant Myrmica. (1981)
Brian M V, Jones R M et al
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  33. The quantity and quality of overwintered larvae in five species of Myrmica (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). (1981)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  34. Seasonal polydomy: its possible causes and its consequences for kinship and intra-specific parasitism in Leptothorax tuberum (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). (1999)
Roberts E R, Daniels S et al
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  35. Site latitude influences on respiration rate, fat content and the ability of worker ants to rear larvae: a comparison of Myrmica Rubra (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) populations over their European range. (1999)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C et al
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  36. Survey and restoration of Swanworth Quarry. (1987)
Ward L K, Wardlaw J C et al
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Ward, L K (Lena) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  37. Techniques for rearing Myrmica ants (Hym.) and Maculinea rebeli Hir. caterpillars (Lep., Lycaenidae). (1991)
Wardlaw J C
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  38. Techniques for studying maculinae butterflies: 1. Rearing Maculin (1998)
Wardlaw J C, Elmes G.W. et al
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  39. Techniques for studying Maculinea butterflies: II. identification guide to Myrmica ants found on Maculinea sites in Europe. (1998)
Wardlaw J C, Elmes G.W. et al
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  40. Trophic eggs laid by fertile Myrmica queens (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). (1995)
Wardlaw J C, Elmes G.W.
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  41. Variability in oviposition by workers of six species of Myrmica (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) (1998)
Wardlaw J C, Elmes G.W.
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  42. Variation in brood-rearing abilities between Myrmica ruginodis workers collected from different parts of their range (1997)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C et al
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  43. Variation in chemical profiles of Maculinea and their Myrmica hosts across Europe (2005)
Everett S J, Worgan A D P et al
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  44. Variations in populations of Myrmica sabuleti and M. scabrinodis (Formicidae: Hymenoptera) living in southern England. (1982)
Elmes G.W., Wardlaw J C
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  45. When rare species become endangered: cryptic speciation in myrmecophilous hoverflies (vol 75, pg 291, 2002) (2002)
Schonrogge K, Barr B et al
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  46. When rare species become endangered: cryptic speciation in myrmecophilous hoverflies (2002)
Schonrogge K, Barr B et al
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