Publications

in press

Kenna D*, Cooley H*, Pretelli I, Ramos Rodrigues A, Gill SD, Gill RJ (in press) Pesticide exposure affects flight dynamics and reduces flight endurance in bumblebees. Ecology & Evolution

2019

Colgan TJ*, Fletcher I*, Arce AN*, Gill RJ, Ramos Rodrigues A, Stolle E, Chittka L & Wurm Y (2019) Caste- and pesticide-specific effects of neonicotinoid pesticide exposure on gene expression in bumblebees. Molecular Ecology

2018

Arce AN, Ramos Rodrigues A, Yu J, Colgan TJ, Wurm Y & Gill RJ (2018) Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid treated food with prolonged exposure’ by is published. Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Samuelson AE, Gill RJ, Brown MJF & Leadbeater E (accepted) Lower bumblebee colony reproductive success in agricultural compared with urban environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Gray R, Ewers R, Boyle MJW, Chung AYC & Gill RJ (2018). Effect of tropical forest disturbance on the competitive interactions within a diverse ant community. Scientific Reports.

 

2017

Arce AN, David TI, Randall EL, Rodrigues AR, Colgan TJ, Wurm Y & Gill RJ (2017). Impact of controlled neonicotinoid exposure on bumblebees in a realistic field setting. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54, 1199-1208

 

2016

Bohan DA, Landuyt D, Ma A, Macfadyen S, Martinet V, Massol F, McInerny G, Montoya JM, Mulder C, Pascual U, Pocock MJO, White P, Blanchemanche S, Bonkowski M, Bretagnolle V, Bronmark C, Dicks L, Dumbrell A, Eisenhauer N, Friberg N, Gessner MO, Gill RJ, Gray C, Haughton A, Ibanez S, Jensen J, Jeppesen E, Jokela J, Lacroix G, Lannou C, Lavorel S, Le Galliard J-F, Lescourret F, Liu S, Loeuille N, McLaughlin O, Muggleton S, Penuelas J, Petanidou T, Petit S, Pomati F, Raffaelli D, Rasmussen J, Raybould A, Reboud X, Richard G, Scherber C, Scheu S, Sutherland WJ, Tamaddoni-Nezhad A, ter Braak C, Termansen M, Thompson MSA, Tscharntke T, Vacher C, van der Geest H, Voigt W, Vonk JA, Zhou X & Woodward G (2016). Networking our way to better ecosystem service provision. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 31, 105-115

 

Gill RJ, Baldock KCR, Brown MJF, Cresswell JE, Dicks LV, Fountain MT, Garratt MPD, Gough LA, Heard MS, Holland JM, Ollerton J, Stone GN, Tang CQ, Vanbergen AJ, Vogler AP, Woodward G, Arce AN, Boatman ND, Brand-Hardy R, Breeze TD, Green M, Hartfield CM, O'Connor RS, Osborne JL, Phillips J, Sutton PB & Potts SG (2016). Protecting an ecosystem service: approaches to understanding and mitigating threats to wild insect pollinators. Advances in Ecological Research, 54, 135-206

 

Samuelson EEW, Chen-Wishart ZP, Gill RJ & Leadbeater E (2016) Effect of acute pesticide exposure on bee spatial working memory using an analogue of the radial-arm maze. Scientific Reports, 6, 38957

 

Smith DB, Bernhardt G, Raine NE, Abel RL, Sykes D, Ahmed F, Pedroso I & Gill RJ (2016) Exploring miniature insect brains using micro-CT scanning techniques. Scientific Reports, 6, 21768

 

Up to 2015

Raine NE & Gill RJ (2015) Tasteless pesticides affect bees in the field. Nature, 521, 38-40

 

Gill RJ & Raine NE (2014) Chronic impairment of bumblebee natural foraging behaviour induced by sublethal pesticide exposure. Functional Ecology, 28, 1459-1471

 

Bryden J, Gill RJ, Mitton RAA, Raine NE & Jansen VAA (2013) Chronic sublethal stress causes bee colony failure. Ecology Letters, 16, 1463-1469

 

Gill RJ, Ramos-Rodriguez O & Raine NE (2012) Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual- and colony-level traits in bees. Nature, 491, 105-108

 

Coston DJ*, Gill RJ* & Hammond RL (2011) No evidence of volatile chemicals regulating reproduction in a multiple queen ant. Naturwissenchaften, 98, 625-629

 

Gill RJ & Hammond RL (2011) Workers determine queen inheritance of reproduction in a functionally monogynous ant population. Animal Behaviour, 82, 119-129

Gill RJ & Hammond RL (2011) Workers influence royal reproduction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278, 1524-1531

 

Gill RJ, Arce A, Keller L & Hammond RL (2009) Polymorphic social organization in an ant. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276, 4423-4431

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