Federico Cappa
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The trap of sex in social insects: from the female to the male perspective
L Beani, F Dessì-Fulgheri, F Cappa, A Toth
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 46, 519-533, 2014
422014
When a parasite breaks all the rules of a colony: morphology and fate of wasps infected by a strepsipteran endoparasite
L Beani, R Dallai, D Mercati, F Cappa, F Giusti, F Manfredini
Animal Behaviour 82 (6), 1305-1312, 2011
362011
Competition between the native and the introduced hornets Vespa crabro and Vespa velutina: a comparison of potentially relevant life‐history traits
A Cini, F Cappa, I Petrocelli, I Pepiciello, L Bortolotti, R Cervo
Ecological Entomology 43 (3), 351-362, 2018
352018
High Varroa mite abundance influences chemical profiles of worker bees and mite–host preferences
R Cervo, C Bruschini, F Cappa, S Meconcelli, G Pieraccini, D Pradella, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 2998-3001, 2014
332014
Parasitic castration by Xenos vesparum depends on host gender
F Cappa, F Manfredini, R Dallai, M Gottardo, L Beani
Parasitology 141 (8), 1080-1087, 2014
282014
Males do not like the working class: male sexual preference and recognition of functional castes in a primitively eusocial wasp
F Cappa, C Bruschini, R Cervo, S Turillazzi, L Beani
Animal Behaviour 86 (4), 801-810, 2013
272013
Testing male immunocompetence in two hymenopterans with different levels of social organization:‘live hard, die young?’
F Cappa, L Beani, R Cervo, C Grozinger, F Manfredini
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 114 (2), 274-278, 2015
192015
The importance of being yellow: visual over chemical cues in gender recognition in a social wasp
F Cappa, L Beani, R Cervo
Behavioral Ecology 27 (4), 1182-1189, 2016
182016
Bee guards detect foreign foragers with cuticular chemical profiles altered by phoretic varroa mites
F Cappa, C Bruschini, I Protti, S Turillazzi, R Cervo
Journal of Apicultural Research 55 (3), 268-277, 2016
152016
Novel insights into the ontogeny of nestmate recognition in Polistes social wasps
L Signorotti, F Cappa, P d’Ettorre, R Cervo
PLoS One 9 (5), e97024, 2014
132014
Sensing the intruder: a quantitative threshold for recognition cues perception in honeybees
F Cappa, C Bruschini, M Cipollini, G Pieraccini, R Cervo
Naturwissenschaften 101 (2), 149-152, 2014
122014
Saccharomyces cerevisiae induces immune enhancing and shapes gut microbiota in social wasps
N Meriggi, M Di Paola, F Vitali, D Rivero, F Cappa, F Turillazzi, A Gori, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 2320, 2019
102019
Natural biocide disrupts nestmate recognition in honeybees
F Cappa, I Petrocelli, FR Dani, L Dapporto, M Giovannini, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
102019
Antennal protein profile in honeybees: caste and task matter more than age
I Iovinella, F Cappa, A Cini, I Petrocelli, R Cervo, S Turillazzi, FR Dani
Frontiers in physiology 9, 748, 2018
102018
Sight in a clique, scent in society: plasticity in the use of nestmate recognition cues along colony development in the social wasp Polistes dominula
A Cini, F Cappa, I Pepiciello, L Platania, L Dapporto, R Cervo
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 444, 2019
92019
Cuticular hydrocarbons as cues of sex and health condition in Polistes dominula wasps
L Beani, AG Bagneres, M Elia, I Petrocelli, F Cappa, MC Lorenzi
Insectes Sociaux 66 (4), 543-553, 2019
82019
Recent confirmation of a single haplotype in the Italian population of Vespa velutina
A Granato, E Negrisolo, J Bonomi, L Zulian, F Cappa, L Bortolotti, ...
Biological Invasions 21 (9), 2811-2817, 2019
82019
Subtle effect of Xenos vesparum (Xenidae, Strepsiptera) on the reproductive apparatus of its male host: Parasite or parasitoid?
L Beani, D Marchini, F Cappa, I Petrocelli, M Gottardo, F Manfredini, ...
Journal of insect physiology 101, 22-30, 2017
82017
Preference of Polistes dominula wasps for trumpet creepers when infected by Xenos vesparum: A novel example of co-evolved traits between host and parasite
L Beani, F Cappa, F Manfredini, M Zaccaroni
PloS one 13 (10), e0205201, 2018
72018
Female body size, weight and fat storage rather than nestmateship determine male attraction in the invasive yellow-legged hornet Vespa velutina nigrithorax
F Cappa, A Cini, I Pepiciello, I Petrocelli, R Cervo
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 31 (1), 73-85, 2019
62019
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
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