Publikationen von Felix B. Oberhauser

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De Agrò, M.; Oberhauser, F. B.; Loconsole, M.; Galli, G.; Dal Cin, F.; Moretto, E.; Regolin, L.: Multi-modal cue integration in the black garden ant. Animal Cognition 23 (6), S. 1119 - 1127 (2020)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Koch, A.; De Agrò, M.; Rex, K.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Ants resort to heuristics when facing relational-learning tasks they cannot solve. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287 (1932), 20201262 (2020)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Wendt, S.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Trail pheromone does not modulate subjective reward evaluation in Lasius niger ants. Frontiers in Psychology 11 (2515), 555576 (2020)
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Jones, S.; Czaczkes, T. J.; Gallager, A. J.; Oberhauser, F. B.; Gourlay, E.; Bacon, J. P.: Copy when uncertain: lower light levels increase trail pheromone depositing and reliance on pheromone trails in ants. Animal Behaviour 156, S. 87 - 95 (2019)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Middleton, E. J. T.; Latty, T.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Meat ants cut more trail shortcuts when facing long detours. The Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (21), jeb205773 (2019)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Schlemm, A.; Wendt, S.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Private information conflict: Lasius niger ants prefer olfactory cues to route memory. Animal Cognition 22 (3), S. 355 - 364 (2019)
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Mayer, V. E.; Nepel, M.; Blatrix, R.; Oberhauser, F. B.; Fiedler, K.; Schonenberger, J.; Voglmayr, H.: Transmission of fungal partners to incipient Cecropia-tree ant colonies. PLoS One 13 (2), e0192207 (2018)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Tasting the unexpected: disconfirmation of expectations leads to lower perceived food value in an invertebrate. Biology Letters 14 (9), 20180440 (2018)
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Oberhauser, F. B.; Koch, A.; Czaczkes, T. J.: Small differences in learning speed for different food qualities can drive efficient collective foraging in ant colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72 (10), 164 (2018)
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