Matthew Wallace Austin
Matthew Wallace Austin
Postdoc, Washington University in St. Louis, Living Earth Collaborative
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Intraspecific Variation in Worker Body Size Makes North American Bumble Bees (Bombus spp.) Less Susceptible to Decline
MW Austin, AS Dunlap
The American Naturalist 194 (3), 381-394, 2019
Components of change and the evolution of learning in theory and experiment
AS Dunlap, MW Austin, A Figueiredo
Animal Behaviour 147, 157-166, 2019
Choice in a floral marketplace: the role of complexity in bumble bee decision-making
MW Austin, P Horack, AS Dunlap
Behavioral Ecology 30 (2), 500-508, 2019
Testing Pollination Syndromes in Oenothera (Onagraceae)
KN Krakos, MW Austin
Journal of Pollination Ecology 26 (7), 52-66, 2020
Equivalent learning, but unequal participation: Male bumble bees learn comparably to females, but participate in cognitive assessments at lower rates
TH Manning, MW Austin, K MuseMorris, AS Dunlap
Behavioural Processes 193, 104528, 2021
Bumble bees exhibit body size clines across an urban gradient despite low genetic differentiation
MW Austin, AD Tripodi, JP Strange, AS Dunlap
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-12, 2022
Resource availability affects seasonal trajectories of population-level learning
MW Austin, AS Dunlap
The American Naturalist 201 (1), 000-000, 2022
Climate change is associated with increased allocation to potential outcrossing in a common mixed mating species
MW Austin, PO Cole, KM Olsen, AB Smith
American Journal of Botany 109 (7), 1085-1096, 2022
The Role of Plasticity in Bumble Bee Responses to Environmental Variability
MW Austin
University of Missouri-Saint Louis, 2020
Intraspecific variation and behavior in bumble bees: population-level consequences
MW Austin, AS Dunlap
Entomology 2019, 2019
Bumble bees exhibit intraspecific body size spatial structuring despite low genetic differentiation
M Austin, AS Dunlap
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
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