Ouvrages publiés en collaboration (2)

  1. 1. Passera, L., & Aron, S. (2005). Les fourmis: comportement, organisation sociale, évolution. Université de Western Ontario: Presses scientifiques du conseil national de recherche du Canada.
  2. 2. Aron, S., & Passera, L. (2000). Les sociétés animales: évolution de la coopération et organisation sociale. Bruxelles: De Boeck.
  3.   Parties d'ouvrages collectifs (4)

  4. 1. Aron, S., & Wehner, R. (2021). Cataglyphis. In Encyclopedia of Social Insects (1 ed., p. 217–223). Springer Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-28102-1_22
  5. 2. Goss, S., Beckers, R., Deneubourg, J.-L., Aron, S., & Pasteels, J. (1990). How trail laying and trail following can solve foraging problems for ant colonies. In R. N. Hughes (Ed.), Behavioural mechanisms of food selection (pp. 661-678). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.(Nato Asi Series G, 20).
  6. 3. Aron, S., Pasteels, J., Goss, S., & Deneubourg, J.-L. (1990). Self-organizing spatial patterns in the Argentine ant: Iridomyrmex humilis (Mayr). In R. K. Vander Meer, K. Jaffe, & A. Cedeno (Eds.), Applied myrmecology: a world perspective (pp. 438-451). Boulder, USA: Westview press.
  7. 4. Aron, S., Deneubourg, J.-L., Goss, S., & Pasteels, J. (1990). How Argentine ants establish a minimal spanning-tree to link different nests. In Social Insects and the Environment (pp. 533-534). Bangalore, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing C°.
  8.   Articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture (127)

  9. 1. Lecocq De Pletincx, N., & Aron, S. (2022). Sociogenetic structure, reproductive strategies and queen replacement in the erratic ant (Tapinoma erraticum). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 136(2), 354-363. doi:10.1093/biolinnean/blac025
  10. 2. Kuhn, A., Aron, S., & Hardy, O. J. (2021). Detection of Cryptic Sex in Automictic Populations: Theoretical Expectations and a Case Study in Cataglyphis Desert Ants. Frontiers in ecology and evolution, 9, 741959. doi:10.3389/fevo.2021.741959
  11. 3. Lecocq De Pletincx, N., Dellicour, S., & Aron, S. (2021). The evolution of ant worker polymorphism correlates with multiple social traits. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology, 75(8), 113. doi:10.1007/s00265-021-03049-6
  12. 4. Perez, R., de Souza Araujo, N., Defrance, M., & Aron, S. (2021). Molecular adaptations to heat stress in the thermophilic ant genus Cataglyphis. Molecular ecology. doi:10.1111/mec.16134
  13. 5. Fournier, D., & Aron, S. (2021). Hybridization and invasiveness in social insects - The good, the bad and the hybrid. Current opinion in insect science (Online), 46, 1-9. doi:10.1016/j.cois.2020.12.004
  14. 6. Degueldre, F., Mardulyn, P., Kuhn, A., Pinel, A., Karaman, C., Lebas, C., Schifani, E., Bračko, G., Wagner, H. C., Kiran, K., Borowiec, L., Passera, L., Abril, S., Espadaler, X., & Aron, S. (2021). Evolutionary history of inquiline social parasitism in Plagiolepis ants. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 155, 107016. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107016

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