En los medios…

Springer Press Release: http://www.springer.com/la/about-springer/media/springerselect/carpenter-ants–when-social-instructions-may-be-dangerous/10978676 (nota replicada en:
Abomus; Collective Intelligence; Eurek Alert; Formiculture.com; Ooyuz; Phys.org; Science Daily;
Science Newsline; Seniorsservingseniors; Technobahn; That’s so true; Women’s Toolbox).

Todo Ciencia y NexCiencia: Nota de C. Draghi http://www.todociencia.com.ar/confianza-ciega/

Sola FJ, Josens R (2016) Feeding behavior and social interactions of the Argentine ant Linepithema humile change with sucrose concentration. Bulletin of Entomological Research 106(4):522-529.

Geller, Bruno (18/06/2014). Agencia CyTA – Instituto Leloir:

Falibene A, Josens R (2014) Environmental temperature affects dynamics of ingestion in the
nectivorous ant Camponotus mus. Journal of Insect Physiology 71: 14–20

-NexCiencia; por C. Draghi: Con calor, hormigas más voraces.

Parisi R, Soria SA, Josens R (2015) Faster-is-slower effect in escaping ants revisited: Ants do not
behave like humans. Safety Science 72: 274–282. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2014.09.014

Josens R, Sola FJ, Marchisio N, Di Renzo MA & Giacometti A •(2014) Knowing the Enemy: Ant
Behavior and Control in a Pediatric Hospital of Buenos Aires. SpringerPlus 3:229.

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