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2014A list of and some comments about the trail pheromones of antsCerdá, Xim; Van Oudenhove, Louise; Bernstein, C.; Boulay, RaphaëlArtículo
2013A year in an ant's life: Opportunism and seasonal variation in the foraging ecology of aphaenogaster senilisCaut, Stéphane; Barroso, Ángel; Cerdá, Xim; Amor, Fernando; Boulay, RaphaëlArtículo
1997Adult transport in the ant Cataglyphis iberica: A means to maintain a uniform colonial odour in a species with multiple nestsDahbi, A.; Cerdá, Xim; Hefetz, Abraham; Lenoir, AlainArtículo
2000Alternative strategies by thermophilic ants to cope with extreme heat: Individual versus colony level traitsCerdá, Xim; Retana, JavierArtículo
2013An Evolutionary Dynamics Model Adapted to Eusocial InsectsVan Oudenhove, Louise; Cerdá, Xim; Bernstein, C.Artículo
2009Ant community structure in citrus orchards in the mediterranean basin: Impoverishment as a consequence of habitat homogeneityCerdá, Xim; Palacios, R.; Retana, JavierArtículo
2012Ant community structure on a small Pacific island: Only one native species living with the invadersCerdá, Xim; Angulo, Elena; Caut, Stéphane; Courchamp, FranckArtículo
2014Ant functional responses along environmental gradientsArnan, Xavier; Cerdá, Xim; Retana, JavierArtículo
2-Apr-2014Ant functional responses along environmental gradientsArnan, Xavier; Cerdá, Xim; Retana, JavierDocumento de trabajo
2012Behaviour-mediated group size effect constrains reproductive decisions in a social insectRuel, Camille; Cerdá, Xim; Boulay, RaphaëlArtículo
2001Behavioural and physiological traits to thermal stress tolerance in two Spanish desert antsCerdá, XimArtículo
2009Brood development into sexual females depends on the presence of a queen but not on temperature in an ant dispersing by colony fission, Aphaenogaster senilisBoulay, Raphaël; Cerdá, Xim; fertin, Arnold; Ichinose, K.; Lenoir, AlainArtículo
2009Cataglyphis desert ants: a good model for evolutionary biology in Darwin¿s anniversary year¿A reviewLenoir, Alain; Aron, Serge; Cerdá, Xim; Hefetz, AbrahamArtículo
2013Chemical integration of Thorictus myrmecophilous beetles into Cataglyphis ant nestsLenoir, Alain; Háva, Jiří; Hefetz, Abraham; Dahbi, A.; Cerdá, XimArtículo
2009Climatic drivers of hemispheric asymmetry in global patterns of ant species richnessDunn, Robert R.; Agosti, D.; Andersen, A.N.; Arnan, Xavier; Brühl, C.A.; Cerdá, Xim; Ellison, A.M.; Fisher, B.L.; Fitzpatrick, M.C.; Gibb, H.; Gotelli, N.J.; Gove, A.D.; Guénard, B.; Janda, M.; Kaspari, M.Artículo
2010Cooperative prey-retrieving in the ant Cataglyphis floricola: An unusual short-distance recruitmentAmor, Fernando; Ortega, P.; Cerdá, Xim; Boulay, GaylorArtículo
1998Critical thermal limits in Mediterranean ant species: Trade-off between mortality risk and foraging performanceCerdá, Xim; Retana, Javier; Cros, S.Artículo
2005Detecting nestmate recognition patterns in the fission-performing ant Aphaenogaster senilis: A comparison of different indicesIchinose, K.; Cerdá, Xim; Jean-Philippe, C.; Lenoir, AlainArtículo
2009Development of single sequence repeat markers for the ant Aphaenogaster senilis and cross-species amplification in A. iberica, A . gibbosa, A. subterranea and Messor maroccanusGalarza, Juan A.; Boulay, Raphaël; Cerdá, Xim; Federici, P.; Magalon, H.; Monnin, T.; Rico, CiroArtículo
2013Dispersal of non-myrmecochorous plants by a >keystone disperser> ant in a Mediterranean habitat reveals asymmetric interdependenceBarroso, Ángel; Amor, Fernando; Cerdá, Xim; Boulay, RaphaëlArtículo

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