Publications

This list represents selected recent SING articles.

Collett, M., Graham, P., & Collett, T. S. (2017). Insect Navigation: What Backward Walking Reveals about the Control of Movement. Current Biology27(4), R141-R144.

Boulay, R., Aron, S., Cerdá, X., Doums, C., Graham, P., Hefetz, A., & Monnin, T. (2016). Social Life in Arid Environments: The Case Study of Cataglyphis Ants. Annual Review of Entomology.

Buehlmann, C., Woodgate, J. L., & Collett, T. S. (2016). On the Encoding of Panoramic Visual Scenes in Navigating Wood Ants. Current Biology, 26(15), 2022-2027.

Woodgate, J. L., Buehlmann, C., & Collett, T. S. (2016). When navigating wood ants use the centre of mass of a shape to extract directional information from a panoramic skylineJournal of Experimental Biology,219(11), 1689-1696.

Knaden, M., & Graham, P. (2016). The sensory ecology of ant navigation: from natural environments to neural mechanisms. Annual review of entomology61, 63-76.

Wystrach, A., Dewar, A., Philippides, A., & Graham, P. (2015). How do field of view and resolution affect the information content of panoramic scenes for visual navigation? A computational investigation. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 1-9.

Fernandes, A. S. D., Philippides, A., Collett, T. S., & Niven, J. E. (2015). Acquisition and expression of memories of distance and direction in navigating wood ants. Journal of Experimental Biology218(22), 3580-3588. 

Dewar, A. D., Wystrach, A., Graham, P., & Philippides, A. (2015). Navigation-specific neural coding in the visual system of Drosophila. Biosystems.

Buehlmann, C., Graham, P., Hansson, B. S., & Knaden, M. (2015). Desert ants use olfactory scenes for navigation. Animal Behaviour106, 99-105.

Gaffin DD, Dewar A, Graham P, Philippides A (2015) Insect-Inspired Navigation Algorithm for an Aerial Agent Using Satellite Imagery. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0122077. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0122077

Graham, P., & Mangan, M. (2015). Insect navigation: do ants live in the now?.The Journal of Experimental Biology218(6), 819-823.

Collett, T. S., & Graham, P. (2015). Insect Navigation: Do Honeybees Learn to Follow Highways?. Current Biology25(6), R240-R242.

Cheung, A., Collett, M., Collett, T. S., Dewar, A., Dyer, F., Graham, P., ... & Zeil, J. (2014). Still no convincing evidence for cognitive map use by honeybees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201413581.

Riabinina, O., Hempel de Ibarra, N., Philippides, A. and Collett, T. S. (2014). Head movements and the optic flow generated during the learning flights of bumblebees. J. Exp. Biol. 217, 2633-2642.

Diez, L., Lejeune, P., & Detrain, C. (2014). Keep the nest clean: survival advantages of corpse removal in ants. Biology Letters10(7), 20140306.

Buehlmann, C., Graham, P., Hansson, B. S., & Knaden, M. (2014). Desert Ants Locate Food by Combining High Sensitivity to Food Odors with Extensive Crosswind Runs. Current Biology.

Wystrach, A., Philippides, A., Aurejac, A., Cheng, K., & Graham, P. (2014). Visual scanning behaviours and their role in the navigation of the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 1-12.

Dewar, AD, Philippides, A, and Graham, P. (2014). What is the relationship between visual environment and the form of ant learning-walks? An in silico investigation of insect navigation. Adaptive Behavior.

Wystrach, A, Dewar, AD, and Graham, P. (2014) Insect Vision: Emergence of Pattern Recognition from Coarse Encoding. Current Biology24(2), R78-R80.

Collett, TS, Lent, DD and Graham P (2014) Scene perception and the visual control of travel direction in navigating wood ants. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B doi:10.1098/rstb.2013.0035 1471-2970

Wystrach, A., and S. Schwarz. (2013) Ants use a predictive mechanism to compensate for passive displacements by wind. Current Biology 23.24 (2013): R1083-R1085.

Collett M, Chittka L, Collett TS (2013) Spatial memory in insect navigation. Current Biology, Volume 23, Issue 17, R789-R800

Wystrach, A., Schwarz, S., Baniel, A., & Cheng, K. (2013). Backtracking behaviour in lost ants: an additional strategy in their navigational toolkit. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences280(1769).

Wystrach A, Mangan M, Philippides A, Graham P (2013). Snapshots in ants? New interpretations of paradigmatic experiments. J Exp Biol

Lent DD, Graham P, Collett TS (2013) Visual Scene Perception in Navigating Wood Ants. Current Biology, 23, 684-690.

Philippides A, Hempel de Ibarra N, Riabinina O, and Collett TS (2013) Bumblebee calligraphy: the design and control of flight motifs in the learning and return flights of Bombus terrestris. J Exp Biol 2013 216:1093-1104. 

Collett TS, Hempel de Ibarra N, Riabinina O, and Philippides A (2013) Coordinating compass-based and nest-based flight directions during bumblebee learning and return flights. J Exp Biol 2013 216:1105-1113.

Graham P and Philippides A (2012) “Insect-Inspired Vision and Visually Guided Behavior” In Bhushan B and Winbigler H D (eds.) Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, Springer.

Wystrach A and Graham P (2012) What can we learn from studies of insect navigation? Animal Behaviour,  doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2012.04.017

Baddeley B, Graham P, Philippides A and Husbands P (2012) A Model of Ant Route Navigation Driven by Scene Familiarity. PLoS Comput Biol 8(1): e1002336. 

Riabinina O, de Ibarra N-H, Howard L  and Collett TS (2011) Do wood ants learn sequences of visual stimuli? JEB, 214, 2739-2748.

Philippides A, Baddeley B, Cheng K and Graham P (2011) How might ants use panoramic views for route navigation? J. Exp.Biol, 214, 445-451

Graham, P., Philippides, A., Baddeley, B. (2010) Animal Cognition: Multi-modal Interactions in Ant Learning. Current Biology. 20, R639-R640

Graham P (2010) “Insect Navigation” In Breed M.D. and Moore J. (eds) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, pp. 167-175 Oxford: Academic Press

Lent DD, Graham P and Collett TS (2010) Image-matching during ant navigation occurs through saccade-like body turns controlled by learned visual features. PNAS, 107, 16348-16353