Anne Leonard
Anne Leonard
Associate Professor, University of Nevada, Reno
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Secondary metabolites in floral nectar reduce parasite infections in bumblebees
LL Richardson, LS Adler, AS Leonard, J Andicoechea, KH Regan, ...
Proceedings B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142471, 2015
1812015
Flowers help bees cope with uncertainty: signal detection and the function of floral complexity
AS Leonard, A Dornhaus, DR Papaj
The Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (1), 113-121, 2011
1492011
Multisensory integration of colors and scents: insights from bees and flowers
AS Leonard, P Masek
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200, 463-474, 2014
1132014
‘X’marks the spot: The possible benefits of nectar guides to bees and plants
AS Leonard, DR Papaj
Functional Ecology 25, 1-9, 2011
1042011
Forget-me-not: complex floral displays, inter-signal interactions, and pollinator cognition
AS Leonard, A Dornhaus, DR Papaj
Current Zoology 57 (2), 215-224, 2011
772011
Bees remember flowers for more than one reason: pollen mediates associative learning
F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Animal Behaviour 111, 93-100, 2016
522016
Why are floral signals complex? An outline of functional hypotheses
AS Leonard, A Dornhaus, DR Papaj
Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships, 279-300, 2012
492012
Bees use the taste of pollen to determine which flowers to visit
F Muth, JS Francis, AS Leonard
Biology Letters 12 (20160356), 2016
462016
Floral signal complexity as a possible adaptation to environmental variability: a test using nectar-foraging bumblebees, Bombus impatiens
RL Kaczorowski, AS Leonard, A Dornhaus, DR Papaj
Animal Behaviour 83, 905-913, 2012
462012
Colour learning when foraging for nectar and pollen: bees learn two colours at once
F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Biology Letters 11 (20150628), 2015
412015
Floral nectar guide patterns discourage nectar robbing by bumble bees
AS Leonard, J Brent, DR Papaj, A Dornhaus
PLOS ONE 8 (2), e55914, 2013
402013
Pollen protein: lipid macronutrient ratios may guide broad patterns of bee species’ floral preferences
AD Vaudo, JF Tooker, HM Patch, DJ Biddinger, M Coccia, MK Crone, ...
Insects 11 (132), 2020
392020
Plasticity of the worker bumblebee brain in relation to age and rearing environment
BM Jones, AS Leonard, DR Papaj, W Gronenberg
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 82, 250-261, 2013
372013
Long-distance signals influence assessment of close range mating displays in the field cricket, Gryllus integer
AS Leonard, AV Hedrick
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100 (4), 856-865, 2010
372010
A neonicotinoid pesticide impairs foraging, but not learning, in free-flying bumblebees
F Muth, AS Leonard
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 4764, 2019
362019
Male and female crickets use different decision rules in response to mating signals
AS Leonard, AV Hedrick
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1175-1184, 2009
342009
Line-following preferences of male crab spiders, Misumena vatia
AS Leonard, DH Morse
Animal Behaviour 71 (3), 717-724, 2006
312006
Concealed floral rewards and the role of experience in floral sonication by bees
AL Russell, HD Gillette, AS Leonard, DR Papaj
Animal Behaviour 120, 81-93, 2016
292016
Bees learn preferences for plant species that offer only pollen as a reward
AL Russell, RE Golden, AS Leonard, DR Papaj
Behavioral Ecology 27 (3), 731-740, 2016
292016
Single versus multiple cues in mate discrimination by males and females
AS Leonard, AV Hedrick
Animal Behaviour 77 (1), 151-159, 2009
292009
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