Felicity Muth
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Bees remember flowers for more than one reason: pollen mediates associative learning
F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Animal Behaviour 111, 93-100, 2016
The role of adult experience in nest building in the zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttata
F Muth, SD Healy
Animal Behaviour 82 (2), 185-189, 2011
Do novel insecticides pose a threat to beneficial insects?
H Siviter, F Muth
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1935), 20201265, 2020
Birds build camouflaged nests
IE Bailey, F Muth, K Morgan, SL Meddle, SD Healy
The Auk 132 (1), 11-15, 2015
Bees use the taste of pollen to determine which flowers to visit
F Muth, JS Francis, AS Leonard
Biology letters 12 (7), 20160356, 2016
Colour learning when foraging for nectar and pollen: bees learn two colours at once
F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Biology letters 11 (9), 20150628, 2015
A neonicotinoid pesticide impairs foraging, but not learning, in free-flying bumblebees
F Muth, AS Leonard
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
Do crows reason about causes or agents? The devil is in the controls
NJ Boogert, M Arbilly, F Muth, AM Seed
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (4), E273-E273, 2013
Zebra finches select nest material appropriate for a building task
F Muth, SD Healy
Animal Behaviour 90, 237-244, 2014
A novel protocol for studying bee cognition in the wild
F Muth, TR Cooper, RF Bonilla, AS Leonard
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (1), 78-87, 2018
Colour preferences in nest-building zebra finches
F Muth, M Steele, SD Healy
Behavioural processes 99, 106-111, 2013
A pollen fatty acid enhances learning and survival in bumblebees
F Muth, PR Breslow, P Masek, AS Leonard
Behavioral Ecology, 2018
Nutritional complexity and the structure of bee foraging bouts
JS Francis, F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Behavioral Ecology 27 (3), 903-911, 2016
Trading off short-term costs for long-term gains: how do bumblebees decide to learn morphologically complex flowers?
F Muth, T Keasar, A Dornhaus
Animal Behaviour 101, 191-199, 2015
Zebra finches build nests that do not resemble their natal nest
F Muth, SD Healy
Avian Biology Research 5 (4), 218-226, 2012
Modality-specific impairment of learning by a neonicotinoid pesticide
F Muth, JS Francis, AS Leonard
Biology letters 15 (7), 20190359, 2019
No evidence for neonicotinoid preferences in the bumblebee Bombus impatiens
F Muth, RL Gaxiola, AS Leonard
Royal Society Open Science 7 (5), 191883, 2020
Field‐realistic neonicotinoid exposure has sub‐lethal effects on non‐Apis bees: A meta‐analysis
H Siviter, SK Richman, F Muth
Ecology Letters 24 (12), 2586-2597, 2021
Multiple rewards have asymmetric effects on learning in bumblebees
F Muth, DR Papaj, AS Leonard
Animal Behaviour 126, 123-133, 2017
Learning about larceny: experience can bias bumble bees to rob nectar
JL Barker, A Dornhaus, JL Bronstein, F Muth
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (4), 1-11, 2018
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