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Thomas Ings
Thomas Ings
Senior Lecturer in Zoology, Animal & Environment Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University
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Ecological networks–beyond food webs
TC Ings, JM Montoya, J Bascompte, N Blthgen, L Brown, CF Dormann, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (1), 253-269, 2009
10782009
Influence of agricultural management, sward structure and food resources on grassland field use by birds in lowland England
PW Atkinson, RJ Fuller, JA Vickery, GJ Conway, JRB Tallowin, REN Smith, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (5), 932-942, 2005
2152005
Ecological networks in a changing climate
GUY Woodward, JP Benstead, OS Beveridge, J Blanchard, T Brey, ...
Advances in ecological research 42, 71-138, 2010
2132010
Factors influencing the plant and invertebrate diversity of arable field margins
EJ Asteraki, BJ Hart, TC Ings, WJ Manley
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 102 (2), 219-231, 2004
2052004
Speed-accuracy tradeoffs and false alarms in bee responses to cryptic predators
TC Ings, L Chittka
Current Biology 18 (19), 1520-1524, 2008
2002008
Can commercially imported bumble bees out‐compete their native conspecifics?
TC Ings, NL Ward, L Chittka
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 940-948, 2006
1982006
Adaptation, genetic drift, pleiotropy, and history in the evolution of bee foraging behavior
NE Raine, TC Ings, A Dornhaus, N Saleh, L Chittka
Advances in the Study of Behavior 36, 305-354, 2006
1672006
The effect of habitat structure on carabid communities during the regeneration of a native Scottish forest
TC Ings, SE Hartley
Forest Ecology and Management 119 (1-3), 123-136, 1999
1451999
Winter active bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) achieve high foraging rates in urban Britain
RJ Stelzer, L Chittka, M Carlton, TC Ings
PLoS One 5 (3), e9559, 2010
1372010
Chance and adaptation in the evolution of island bumblebee behaviour
L Chittka, TC Ings, NE Raine
Population Ecology 46 (3), 243-251, 2004
1372004
A population comparison of the strength and persistence of innate colour preference and learning speed in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris
TC Ings, NE Raine, L Chittka
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63 (8), 1207-1218, 2009
1202009
Bumblebees, humble pollinators or assiduous invaders? A population comparison of foraging performance in Bombus terrestris
TC Ings, J Schikora, L Chittka
Oecologia 144 (3), 508, 2005
1052005
Intercolony variation in learning performance of a wild British bumblebee population (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus terrestris audax)
NE Raine, TC Ings, O Ramos-Rodriguez, L Chittka
Entomologia Generalis 28 (4), 241-256, 2006
1012006
From Broadstone to Zackenberg: space, time and hierarchies in ecological networks
JM Olesen, YL Dupont, E O'Gorman, TC Ings, K Layer, CJ Melin, ...
Advances in ecological research 42, 1-69, 2010
1002010
Analysis of pollen and nectar of Arbutus unedo as a food source for Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
P Rasmont, A Regali, TC Ings, G Lognay, E Baudart, M Marlier, E Delcarte, ...
Journal of economic entomology 98 (3), 656-663, 2005
832005
Predator crypsis enhances behaviourally mediated indirect effects on plants by altering bumblebee foraging preferences
TC Ings, L Chittka
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), 2031-2036, 2009
762009
Lifetime reproductive success and longevity of queens in an annual social insect
C LOPEZ‐VAAMONDE, NE Raine, JW Koning, RM Brown, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (5), 983-996, 2009
712009
Mating preference in the commercially imported bumblebee species Bombus terrestris in Britain (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
TC Ings, NE Raine, L Chittka
Entomologia Generalis 28 (3), 233, 2005
582005
Can bees simultaneously engage in adaptive foraging behaviour and attend to cryptic predators?
MY Wang, TC Ings, MJ Proulx, L Chittka
Animal Behaviour 86 (4), 859-866, 2013
442013
Spatiotemporal dynamics of bumblebees foraging under predation risk
F Lenz, TC Ings, L Chittka, AV Chechkin, R Klages
Physical Review Letters 108 (9), 098103, 2012
422012
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