Sarah Elizabeth Bengston
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Behavioural syndromes and social insects: personality at multiple levels
JM Jandt, S Bengston, N Pinter‐Wollman, JN Pruitt, NE Raine, ...
Biological Reviews 89 (1), 48-67, 2014
Group size and its effects on collective organization
A Dornhaus, S Powell, S Bengston
Annual review of entomology 57, 123-141, 2012
The development of collective personality: the ontogenetic drivers of behavioral variation across groups
SE Bengston, JM Jandt
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 81, 2014
Be meek or be bold? A colony-level behavioural syndrome in ants
SE Bengston, A Dornhaus
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1791), 20140518, 2014
Genomic tools for behavioural ecologists to understand repeatable individual differences in behaviour
SE Bengston, RA Dahan, Z Donaldson, SM Phelps, K Van Oers, A Sih, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (6), 944-955, 2018
The global ant genomics Alliance (GAGA)
JJ Boomsma, SG Brady, RR Dunn, J Gadau, J Heinze, L Keller, ...
Differences in environmental enrichment generate contrasting behavioural syndromes in a basal spider lineage
SE Bengston, JN Pruitt, SE Riechert
Animal Behaviour 93, 105-110, 2014
Colony size does not predict foraging distance in the ant Temnothorax rugatulus: a puzzle for standard scaling models
SE Bengston, A Dornhaus
Insectes Sociaux 60, 93-96, 2013
Latitudinal variation in behaviors linked to risk tolerance is driven by nest-site competition and spatial distribution in the ant Temnothorax rugatulus
SE Bengston, A Dornhaus
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69, 1265-1274, 2015
Life‐history strategy and behavioral type: risk‐tolerance reflects growth rate and energy allocation in ant colonies
SE Bengston, M Shin, A Dornhaus
Oikos 126 (4), 556-564, 2017
Morphological differences between extranidal and intranidal workers in the ant Temnothorax rugatulus, but no effect of body size on foraging distance
JN Westling, K Harrington, S Bengston, A Dornhaus
Insectes sociaux 61, 367-369, 2014
Behavioral syndromes and social insects: multiple levels of personality
JM Jandt, S Bengston, N Pinter-Wollman, JN Pruitt, NE Raine, ...
Biological Reviews 89 (4), 2014
Life-history and behavioral trait covariation across 3 years in Temnothorax ants
SE Bengston
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1494-1501, 2018
Activity trends and movement distances in the Arizona bark scorpion (Scorpiones: Buthidae)
CS Bibbs, SE Bengston, DH Gouge
Environmental entomology 43 (6), 1613-1620, 2014
Retracted: Female-Biased Sex Ratios Increase Colony Survival and Reproductive Output in the Spider Anelosimus studiosus
JLL Lichtenstein, A Kamath, S Bengston, L AvilÚs, JN Pruitt
The American Naturalist 192 (5), 552-563, 2018
Exploration of refuge preference in the Arizona bark scorpion (Scorpiones: Buthidae)
CS Bibbs, SE Bengston, DH Gouge
Environmental entomology 43 (5), 1345-1353, 2014
Nest relocation
S Bengston, T McGlynn
Encyclopedia of Social Insects, 621-626, 2021
Older, but not wiser: social wasp colony defensive behavior decreases with time, not experience
M Detoni, SL Johnson, CIM Adams, S Bengston, JM Jandt
Insectes Sociaux 70 (1), 81-96, 2023
The discovery of mixed colonies in Temnothorax ants supports the territoriality hypothesis of dulotic social parasite evolution in myrmicine ants
SE Bengston, A Dornhaus, C Rabeling
bioRxiv, 2023.08. 08.552493, 2023
S Bengston, D Charbonneau, A Dornhaus
Encyclopedia of Social Insects, 943-947, 2021
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