Christian Peeters
Christian Peeters
CNRS Research Professor, iEES, Sorbonne Université, Paris
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Are variations in cuticular hydrocarbons of queens and workers a reliable signal of fertility in the ant Harpegnathos saltator?
J Liebig, C Peeters, NJ Oldham, C Markstädter, B Hölldobler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (8), 4124-4131, 2000
2642000
Colony dispersal and the evolution of queen morphology in social Hymenoptera
C Peeters, F Ito
Annual Review of Entomology 46 (1), 601-630, 2001
2282001
Dominance hierarchy and reproductive conflicts among subordinates in a monogynous queenless ant
T Monnin, C Peeters
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 323-332, 1999
2201999
Trail communication in the ant Megaponera foetens (Fabr.)(Formicidae, Ponerinae).
B Holldobler, U Braun, W Gronenberg, WH Kirchner, C Peeters
Journal of Insect Physiology, 1994
2161994
Solid-phase microextraction and cuticular hydrocarbon differences related to reproductive activity in the queenless ant Dinoponera quadriceps
T Monnin, C Malosse, C Peeters
Journal of Chemical Ecology 24 (3), 473-490, 1998
2061998
Cuticular hydrocarbons mediate discrimination of reproductives and nonreproductives in the ant Myrmecia gulosa
V Dietemann, C Peeters, J Liebig, V Thivet, B Hölldobler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (18), 10341-10346, 2003
1992003
Cuticular hydrocarbons correlated with reproductive status in a queenless ant
C Peeters, T Monnin, C Malosse
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1951999
Sex, age and ovarian activity affect cuticular hydrocarbons in Diacamma ceylonense, a queenless ant
V Cuvillier-Hot, M Cobb, C Malosse, C Peeters
Journal of Insect Physiology 47 (4), 485-493, 2001
1872001
Morphologically ‘primitive’ ants: comparative review of social characters, and the importance of queen-worker dimorphism
C Peeters
The evolution of social behavior in insects and arachnids. Choe & Crespi …, 1997
1681997
Monogyny and polygyny in ponerine ants with or without queens
C Peeters
Queen number and sociality in insects, L. Keller (ed.), 234-261, 1993
1421993
Reproductive dominance controlled by mutilation in the queenless ant Diacamma australe
C Peeters, S Higashi
Naturwissenschaften 76, 177-180, 1989
1411989
Worker policing limits the number of reproductives in a ponerine ant
J Liebig, C Peeters, B Hölldobler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1311999
The occurrence of sexual reproduction among ant workers
C PEETERS
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 44 (2), 141-152, 1991
1301991
Cannibalism of subordinates’ eggs in the monogynous queenless ant Dinoponera quadriceps
T Monnin, C Peeters
Naturwissenschaften 84 (11), 499-502, 1997
1271997
Ergatoid queens and intercastes in ants: two distinct adult forms which look morphologically intermediate between workers and winged queens
C Peeters
Insectes Sociaux 38 (1), 1-15, 1991
1231991
Conflict and cooperation in ant societies
J Heinze, B Hölldobler, C Peters
Naturwissenschaften 81 (11), 489-497, 1994
1171994
Monogyny and regulation of worker mating in the queenless ant Dinoponera quadriceps
T MONNIN, C PEETERS
Animal Behaviour 55 (2), 299-306, 1998
1151998
Fertility signalling and reproductive skew in queenless ants
V Cuvillier-Hot, A Lenoir, R Crewe, C Malosse, C Peeters
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 1209-1219, 2004
1072004
Morphological castes in a vertebrate
MJ O'Riain, JUM Jarvis, R Alexander, R Buffenstein, C Peeters
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (24), 13194-13197, 2000
1062000
Insemination controls the reproductive division of labour in a ponerine ant
C Peeters, R Crewe
Naturwissenschaften 71, 50-51, 1984
1041984
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