Carl Nick Keiser
Carl Nick Keiser
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Florida
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The keystone individual concept: an ecological and evolutionary overview
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, JV Watters, A Sih, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 89, 53-62, 2014
1412014
The personality types of key catalytic individuals shape colonies' collective behaviour and success
JN Pruitt, CN Keiser
Animal Behaviour 93, 87-95, 2014
872014
Personality composition is more important than group size in determining collective foraging behaviour in the wild
CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1796), 20141424, 2014
832014
Exploring the effects of individual traits and within-colony variation on task differentiation and collective behavior in a desert social spider
CN Keiser, DK Jones, AP Modlmeier, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (5), 839-850, 2014
652014
Personality and morphology shape task participation, collective foraging and escape behaviour in the social spider Stegodyphus dumicola
CM Wright, CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 105, 47-54, 2015
502015
Predator and prey activity levels jointly influence the outcome of long-term foraging bouts
K Sweeney, B Cusack, F Armagost, T O’Brien, CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1205-1210, 2013
502013
Species-specific influence of group composition on collective behaviors in ants
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, TA Shearer, JN Pruitt
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 68 (12), 1929-1937, 2014
382014
Individual differences in boldness influence patterns of social interactions and the transmission of cuticular bacteria among group-mates
CN Keiser, N Pinter-Wollman, DA Augustine, MJ Ziemba, L Hao, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1829), 20160457, 2016
342016
Integrating animal personality into insect population and community ecology
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, JN Pruitt
Current Opinion in Insect Science 9, 77-85, 2015
312015
Exploring how a shift in the physical environment shapes individual and group behavior across two social contexts
CN Keiser, AP Modlmeier, N Singh, DK Jones, JN Pruitt
Ethology 120 (8), 825-833, 2014
282014
Transgenerational Behavioral Plasticity in a Parthenogenetic Insect in Response to Increased Predation Risk
CN Keiser, EB Mondor
Journal of Insect Behavior, 1-11, 2013
282013
Colony personality composition alters colony-level plasticity and magnitude of defensive behaviour in a social spider
CM Wright, CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Animal behaviour 115, 175-183, 2016
272016
The Achilles' heel hypothesis: misinformed keystone individuals impair collective learning and reduce group success
JN Pruitt, CM Wright, CN Keiser, AE DeMarco, MM Grobis, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1823), 20152888, 2016
242016
Spider aggressiveness determines the bidirectional consequences of host–inquiline interactions
CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology 25, 142-151, 2014
222014
The effect of keystone individuals on collective outcomes can be mediated through interactions or behavioral persistence
N Pinter-Wollman, CN Keiser, R Wollman, JN Pruitt
The American Naturalist 188 (2), 240-252, 2016
192016
Personality composition alters the transmission of cuticular bacteria in social groups
CN Keiser, KA Howell, N Pinter-Wollman, JN Pruitt
Biology letters 12 (7), 20160297, 2016
182016
Warring arthropod societies: social spider colonies can delay annihilation by predatory ants via reduced apparency and increased group size
CN Keiser, CM Wright, JN Pruitt
Behavioural processes 119, 14-21, 2015
182015
Increased bacterial load can reduce or negate the effects of keystone individuals on group collective behaviour
CN Keiser, CM Wright, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 114, 211-218, 2016
162016
Individual differences in predators but not producers mediate the magnitude of a trophic cascade
CN Keiser, JB Slyder, WP Carson, JN Pruitt
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9 (3), 225-232, 2015
142015
The primary case is not enough: Variation among individuals, groups and social networks modify bacterial transmission dynamics
CN Keiser, N Pinter‐Wollman, MJ Ziemba, KS Kothamasu, JN Pruitt
journal of animal ecology 87 (2), 369-378, 2018
122018
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