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Adrian Dyer
Adrian Dyer
Monash University (Research Fellow)
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Bees trade off foraging speed for accuracy
L Chittka, AG Dyer, F Bock, A Dornhaus
Nature 424 (6947), 388-388, 2003
4672003
Fine colour discrimination requires differential conditioning in bumblebees
AG Dyer, L Chittka
Naturwissenschaften 91, 224-227, 2004
2752004
Biological significance of distinguishing between similar colours in spectrally variable illumination: bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) as a case study
AG Dyer, L Chittka
Journal of comparative physiology A 190, 105-114, 2004
2602004
Comparative psychophysics of bumblebee and honeybee colour discrimination and object detection
AG Dyer, J Spaethe, S Prack
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194, 617-627, 2008
2442008
An integrative framework for the appraisal of coloration in nature
DJ Kemp, ME Herberstein, LJ Fleishman, JA Endler, ATD Bennett, ...
The American Naturalist 185 (6), 705-724, 2015
2332015
Parallel evolution of angiosperm colour signals: common evolutionary pressures linked to hymenopteran vision
AG Dyer, S Boyd-Gerny, S McLoughlin, MGP Rosa, V Simonov, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), 3606-3615, 2012
2142012
Bees associate warmth with floral colour
AG Dyer, HM Whitney, SEJ Arnold, BJ Glover, L Chittka
Nature 442 (7102), 525-525, 2006
2052006
Limits to the salience of ultraviolet: lessons from colour vision in bees and birds
PG Kevan, L Chittka, AG Dyer
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (14), 2571-2580, 2001
2002001
Numerical ordering of zero in honey bees
SR Howard, A Avarguès-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Science 360 (6393), 1124-1126, 2018
1992018
Honeybee (Apis mellifera) vision can discriminate between and recognise images of human faces
AG Dyer, C Neumeyer, L Chittka
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (24), 4709-4714, 2005
1962005
Functional significance of the optical properties of flowers for visual signalling
CJ van der Kooi, AG Dyer, PG Kevan, K Lunau
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 263-276, 2019
1682019
Aversive reinforcement improves visual discrimination learning in free-flying honeybees
A Avarguès-Weber, MG de Brito Sanchez, M Giurfa, AG Dyer
PLoS One 5 (10), e15370, 2010
1652010
Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) sacrifice foraging speed to solve difficult colour discrimination tasks
AG Dyer, L Chittka
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 190, 759-763, 2004
1602004
Shades of red: bird‐pollinated flowers target the specific colour discrimination abilities of avian vision
M Shrestha, AG Dyer, S Boyd‐Gerny, BBM Wong, M Burd
New Phytologist 198 (1), 301-310, 2013
1572013
Diversity of speed-accuracy strategies benefits social insects
JG Burns, AG Dyer
Current biology 18 (20), R953-R954, 2008
1552008
Simultaneous and successive colour discrimination in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
AG Dyer, C Neumeyer
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 191, 547-557, 2005
1472005
Colour processing in complex environments: insights from the visual system of bees
AG Dyer, AC Paulk, DH Reser
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1707), 952-959, 2011
1432011
Configural processing enables discrimination and categorization of face-like stimuli in honeybees
A Avargues-Weber, G Portelli, J Bénard, A Dyer, M Giurfa
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (4), 593-601, 2010
1332010
Mutations perturbing petal cell shape and anthocyanin synthesis influence bumblebee perception of Antirrhinum majus flower colour
AG Dyer, HM Whitney, SEJ Arnold, BJ Glover, L Chittka
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 1, 45-55, 2007
1312007
Simultaneous mastering of two abstract concepts by the miniature brain of bees
A Avarguès-Weber, AG Dyer, M Combe, M Giurfa
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7481-7486, 2012
1282012
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