Martin Bollazzi
Martin Bollazzi
Professor of Entomology. University of the Republic.
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Thermal preference for fungus culturing and brood location by workers of the thatching grass-cutting ant Acromyrmex heyeri
M Bollazzi, F Roces
Insectes Sociaux 49 (2), 153-157, 2002
Soil temperature, digging behaviour, and the adaptive value of nest depth in South American species of Acromyrmex leaf-cutting ants
M Bollazzi, J Kronenbitter, F Roces
Oecologia 158 (1), 165-175, 2008
To build or not to build: circulating dry air organizes collective building for climate control in the leaf-cutting ant Acromyrmex ambiguus
M Bollazzi, F Roces
Animal Behaviour 74 (5), 1349-1355, 2007
Information needs at the beginning of foraging: grass-cutting ants trade off load size for a faster return to the nest
M Bollazzi, F Roces
PloS one 6 (3), e17667, 2011
Ventilation of the giant nests of Atta leaf-cutting ants: does underground circulating air enter the fungus chambers?
M Bollazzi, LC Forti, F Roces
Insectes Sociaux 59 (4), 487-498, 2012
Leaf-cutting ant workers (Acromyrmex heyeri) trade off nest thermoregulation for humidity control
M Bollazzi, F Roces
Journal of ethology 28 (2), 399-403, 2010
The thermoregulatory function of thatched nests in the South American grass-cutting ant,Acromyrmex heyeri
M Bollazzi, F Roces
Journal of Insect Science 10 (1), 137, 2010
Control of nest water losses through building behavior in leaf-cutting ants (Acromyrmex heyeri)
M Bollazzi, F Roces
Insectes sociaux 57 (3), 267-273, 2010
14 Information Transfer and the Organization of Foraging in Grass-and Leaf-Cutting Ants
F Roces, M Bollazzi
Food Exploitation by Social Insects: Ecological, Behavioral, and Theoretical …, 2009
Biogeography of mutualistic fungi cultivated by leafcutter ants
UG Mueller, HD Ishak, SM Bruschi, CC Smith, JJ Herman, SE Solomon, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (24), 6921-6937, 2017
Acromyrmex charruanus: a new inquiline social parasite species of leaf-cutting ants
C Rabeling, TR Schultz, M Bacci, M Bollazzi
Insectes Sociaux 62 (3), 335-349, 2015
Carbon dioxide sensing in an obligate insect-fungus symbiosis: CO2 preferences of leaf-cutting ants to rear their mutualistic fungus
D Römer, M Bollazzi, F Roces
PloS one 12 (4), e0174597, 2017
Efficiency and soil contamination during underground application of insecticides: control of leaf-cutting ants with thermal foggers
M Bollazzi, LC Forti, S Moreira, F Roces
Journal of pest science 87 (1), 181-189, 2014
Underground nest building: the effect of CO2 on digging rates, soil transport and choice of a digging site in leaf-cutting ants
D Römer, F Halboth, M Bollazzi, F Roces
Insectes sociaux 65 (2), 305-313, 2018
First record of the eucalypt gall-wasp Leptocybe invasa (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) from Uruguay
C Jorge, G Martínez, D Gómez, M Bollazzi
Bosque 37 (3), 631-636, 2016
Development and characterization of twenty-two polymorphic microsatellite markers for the leafcutter ant, Acromyrmexlundii, utilizing Illumina sequencing
C Rabeling, M Bollazzi, M Bacci, RR Beasley, SL Lance, KL Jones, ...
Conservation genetics resources 6 (2), 319-322, 2014
Landscape genomics of an obligate mutualism: Concordant and discordant population structures between the leafcutter ant Atta texana and its two main fungal …
CC Smith, JN Weber, AS Mikheyev, F Roces, M Bollazzi, K Kellner, ...
Molecular ecology, 2019
Carbon dioxide sensing in the social context: Leaf-cutting ants prefer elevated CO2 levels to tend their brood
D Römer, M Bollazzi, F Roces
Journal of insect physiology 108, 40-47, 2018
Ritualized aggressive behavior reveals distinct social structures in native and introduced range tawny crazy ants
EG LeBrun, RM Plowes, PJ Folgarait, M Bollazzi, LE Gilbert
PloS one 14 (11), 2019
Leaf‐cutting ants use relative humidity and temperature but not CO2 levels as cues for the selection of an underground dumpsite
D Römer, M Bollazzi, F Roces
Ecological Entomology, 2019
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