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46. Hosokawa, A., Reid, C.R. and Latty, T., 2019. Slimes in the city: The diversity of myxomycetes from inner-city and semi-urban parks in Sydney, Australia. Fungal Ecology, 39, pp.37-44.
45 Vanderstock, A.M., Latty, T., Leonard, R.J. and Hochuli, D.F., 2018. Mines over matter: Effects of foliar particulate matter on the herbivorous insect, Helicoverpa armigera. Journal of Applied Entomology.
44.Luo D, Reid CR, Makinson JC, Beekman M, Latty T 2018. Route selection but not trail clearing are influenced by detour length in the Australian meat ants. Insectes Sociaux. 2018:1-0.
43. Chapman, N. C., Byatt, M., Cocenza, R. D. S., Nguyen, L. M., Heard, T. A., Latty, T., & Oldroyd, B. P. (2018). Anthropogenic hive movements are changing the genetic structure of a stingless bee (Tetragonula carbonaria) population along the east coast of Australia. Conservation Genetics, 1-9.
42. Latty, T., Holmes, M., Makinson, J., Beekman, M. (2017). Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) use adaptable transportation networks to track changes in resource quality. Journal of Experimental Biology, 220, 686-694.
41. Smith-Ferguson, J., Reid, C., Latty, T., Beekman, M. (2017). Hansel, Gretel and the slime mould how an external spatial memory aids navigation in complex environments. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 50(41), 1-11.
40. Bell, M., Perera, S., Piraveenan, M., Bliemer, M., Latty, T., Reid, C. (2017). Network growth models: A behavioural basis for attachment proportional to fitness. Scientific Reports, 7, 1-1
39. Makinson, J., Threlfall, C., Latty, T. (2017). Bee-friendly community gardens: Impact of environmental variables on the richness and abundance of exotic and native bees. Urban Ecosystems, 20(2), 463-476.
38. Reid, C., Latty, T. (2016). Collective behaviour and swarm intelligence in slime moulds. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 40(6), 798-80
37. Reid, C. R., MacDonald, H., Mann, R. P., Marshall, J. A., Latty, T., & Garnier, S. (2016). Decision-making without a brain: how an amoeboid organism solves the two-armed bandit. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 13(119), 20160030.
36. Pettit, L., Latty, T. (2016). Greenhead ants Rhytidoponera metallica make trade-offs between food temperature and food concentration. Ecological Entomology, 41(5), 527-531
35. Middleton, E., Latty, T. (2016). Resilience in social insect infrastructure systems. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13(116), 1-1
34. Tan, K., Latty, T., Dong, S., Liu, X., Wang, C., Oldroyd, B. (2015). Individual honey bee (Apis cerana) foragers adjust their fuel load to match variability in forage reward. Scientific Reports, 5(16418), 1-7.
33. Bottinelli, E. van Wilgenburg, D. J. T. Sumpter, T. Latty 2015. Local cost minimization in ant transport networks: from small-scale data to large-scale trade-offs. Proceedings of the royal society: Interface. Early online DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2015.0780.
32. Byatt, M., Chapman, N., Latty, T., Oldroyd, B. (2016). The genetic consequences of the anthropogenic movement of social bees. Insectes Sociaux, 63(1), 15-24.es
31.Beekman, M., Latty, T. (2015). Brainless but Multi-Headed: Decision Making by the Acellular Slime Mould Physarum polycephalum. Journal of Molecular Biology, 427(23), 3734-3743.
30. Latty, T and Beekman M 2015. Slime moulds use heuristics based on within-patch experience to decide when to leave. Journal of Experimental Biology 218(8), 1175-1179.
29. Reid, C. R., Garnier, S., Beekman, M. and Latty, T 2015. Information integration and multiattribute decision making in non-neuronal organisms. Animal Behaviour 100, 44-50 .
28. Tan, K, Dong, S, Liu, X, Chen, W, Wang, Y, Oldroyd,BP, Latty,T 2015. Phantom alternatives influence food preferences in the eastern honey bee Apis cerana. Journal of Animal Ecology 84(2); 509-517
27. Cabanes,G., van Wilgenberg,E., Beekman,M and Latty T 2014. Ants build transportation networks that optimise cost and efficiency at the expense of robustness. Behavioural Ecology. Early online
26. Perna, A., and Latty T 2014. Animal transportation networks. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11(100), 20140334
25. Yip, V, Beekman, M and Latty T 2014. Foraging strategies of the acellular slime moulds Didymium iridis and Didymium bahiense. Fungal Ecology 11, 29-36.
24. Tan, K., Latty, T, Hu, Z., Wang, Z., Yang, S., Chen,. W. & Oldroyd, B. 2013. Preferences and tradeoffs in nectar temperature and nectar concentration in the Asian hive bee Apis cerana. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1-8
23. Reid, C.R, Beekman, M, Latty, T and Dussutour, D.2013. Amoeboid organism uses extracellular secretions to make smart foraging decisions. Behavioural Ecology, 24(4), 812-818
22. Latty,T and Beekman, M 2013. Keeping track of changes: the performance of ant colonies in dynamic environments. Animal Behaviour,85(3):637–643
21.Young, H. C., Reid, T. G., Randall, L. A., Lachowsky, L. E., Foster, D. J., Pengelly, C. J., Latty, T. & Reid, M. L. 2013. Influences of movement behavior on animal distributions at edges of homogeneous patches. International Journal of Zoology, 2013, 8.
20. Lihoreau, M., Latty, T. & Chittka, L. 2012. An exploration of the social brain hypothesis in insects. Frontiers in Physiology,
19.Reid, C.R., Latty,T. & Beekman,M. 2012 Making a trail: Informed Argentine ants lead colony to the best food by U-turning coupled with enhanced pheromone-laying. 84 (6), Animal Behaviour, 1579-1587
18. Reid, C. R., Latty, T., Dussutour, A. & Beekman, M. 2012. Slime mold uses an externalized spatial “memory” to navigate in complex environments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109, 17490-17494.
17.Symonds, MRE, Latty, T, Mcgrath, MJL 2012. Reproductive consequences of male arrival order in the bark beetle, Ips Grandicollis. Journal of Insect Behaviour, 25, 401-407
16. Granovskiy,B, Latty,T; Duncan,M; Sumpter, D J.T, Beekman, M 2012. How dancing honey bees keep track of changes: the role of inspector bees. BehaviouralEcology,23, 588-596
15. Wallin KF, Latty TM, Ross DW, 2011. Orientation Behavior of the Predator Laricobius nigrinus (Coleoptera: Derodontidae) to Hemlock Woolly Adelgid and Host Tree Odors in a Multi-Chambered Olfactometer. Environmental Entomology 40:864-872.
14. Nicolis, S. C., Zabzina, N., Latty, T. & Sumpter, D. J. T. 2011 Collective Irrationality and Positive Feedback. PLoS One 6, e1890
13. Latty, T., Ramsch, K., Ito, K., Nakagaki, T., Sumpter, D. J. T., Middendorf, M. & Beekman, M. 2011. Structure and formation of ant transportation networks. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 8, 1298-1306.
12. Latty, T. & Beekman, M. 2010 Speed–accuracy trade-offs during foraging decisions in the acellular slime mould Physarum polycephalum. Early access:Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
11. Latty, T. & Beekman, M. 2010 Irrational decision-making in an amoeboid organism: transitivity and context-dependent preferences. Early access: Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
10. Dussutour, A., Latty, T., Beekman, M. & SJ., S. 2010 Amoeboid organism solves complex nutritional challenges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences107, 4607-461
9. Latty TM and Reid ML 2010 Who goes first? Condition and danger dependent pioneering in a group-living beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae). Behavioral Ecology andSociobiology 64: 639-64
8. Latty, TM and Beekman, M (2009). Food quality and the risk of light exposure effect patch choice decisions in the acellular slime mould Physarum polycephalum.Ecology 91: 22-27
7. Latty, TM and Beekman,M (2009). Food quality affects search strategy in the acellular slime mould, Physarum polycephalum. Behavioural Ecology 20: 1160 - 1167.
6. Latty,TM Duncan M, and Beekman M (2009). High bee traffic disrupts transfer of directional information in flying honey bee swarms. Animal Behaviour 78:117-121
5. Latty,TM Magrath, MJL and Symonds, MRE(2009). Harem size and oviposition behaviour in a polygynous bark beetle. Ecological Entomology 34(5):562-56
4. Latty, TM and ML Reid (2009). First in line or first in time: Effects of settlement order and arrival date on reproductive success in a group-living beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae. Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (3): 549-555
3. Wallin, K and Latty TM (2008). Novel intermediate-term individual marking technique for slugs. Journal of Molluscan studies 74 (3):299-301
2. Bailey, S, Hargreaves, A, Hechtenthal S, Laird. R, Latty, TM, Reid, T, Teucher, A, and J Tindall (2007). Empty flowers as a pollination enhancement strategy. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:1245-1262
1. Latty, TM (2006). Flexible mate guarding tactics in the dragonfly Sympelrum internum (Odonata: Libellulidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 19: 469-477.