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Tanner, D.A. and P. K. Visscher 2009 Does the body orientation of waggle dance followers affect the accuracy of recruitment? Apidologie 40:xxx In press.

Passino, K. M., T.D. Seeley and P. Kirk Visscher 2008 Swarm cognition in honey bees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:401-414.

Tanner, D.A. and P. K. Visscher 2008. Do honey bees average directions in the waggle dance to determine a flight direction? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:1891-1898.

Seeley, T. D. and P. K. Visscher 2008. Sensory coding of nest-site value in honeybee swarms. Journal of Experimental Biology 211:3691-3697.

P. K. Visscher 2007. Nest site selection and group decision-making in social insects. Annual Review of Entomology 52 in press.

Visscher, P. K. and T. D. Seeley. 2007. Coordinating a group
departure: Who produces the piping signals on honey bee swarms? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:1615-1621.

Seeley, T. D., K. M. Passino and P. K, Visscher. 2006. Group decision making in honey bee swarms American Scientist 94:220-229.

D. A. Tanner and P. K. Visscher 2005. Do honey bees tune error in their dances in nectar-foraging and house-hunting? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59: 571-576.

T. D. Seeley and P. K. Visscher 2004. Quorum sensing during nest-site selection by honey bee swarms. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56:594-601.

T. D. Seeley and P. K. Visscher 2004. Group decision making in nest-site selection by honey bees. Apidologie 35:101-116.

Visscher, P. K. 2003. How self-organization evolves. Nature 421: 799-800.

Sherman, G. and P. K. Visscher. 2002. Honey bee colonies achieve fitness through dancing. Nature 419: 920-922.

Visscher, P. K. and S. Camazine. 1999. Collective decisions and cognition in bees. Nature 397:400.

Camazine, S.,Visscher, P. K., Finley, J. & Vetter., R. S. 1999: House-hunting by honey bee swarms: collective decisions and individual behaviors. Insectes Sociaux In press.

Visscher, P.K. & Dukas, R. 1997. Survivorship of foraging honey bees. Insectes Sociaux 44:1-5.

Visscher, P.K., R.S. Vetter & F.C. Baptista. 1997 Africanized Bees, 1990-1995: initial rapid invasion has slowed. Calif. Agr. 51:22-25.

R.S. Vetter, R.S. & P.K. Visscher. 1997. Influence of age on the antennal response of male honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) to queen mandibular pheromone and an alarm pheromone component. J. of Chem. Ecol. 23:1867-1880.

Visscher, P.K. 1996. Reproductive conflict in honey bees: a stalemate of worker egg-laying and policing. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 39:237-244.

Visscher, P.K., R.S. Vetter, & S. Camazine. 1996. Removing bee stings: speed matters, method doesn't. The Lancet. 348:301-302.

Vetter, R.S. & P.K. Visscher. 1995. Laboratory rearing of western yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) through a full foundress-to-gyne colony cycle. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 88:791-799.

Dukas, R. & P.K. Visscher. 1994. Lifetime learning in honey bees. Animal Behaviour, 48:1007-1012.

Visscher, P.K. 1993. A theoretical analysis of individual interests and intracolony conflict during swarming of honey bee colonies. J. Theoretical Biol. 165: 191-212.

Visscher, P.K. 1989. A quantitative study of worker reproduction in honey bee colonies. Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 25:247-254.

Ratneiks, F.L.W. & P.K. Visscher. 1989. Worker policing in the honeybee. Nature 342:796-797.

Visscher, P.K. 1986. Kinship discrimination in queen rearing by honey bees (Apis mellifera). Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 18:453-60.

Visscher, P.K. & T.D. Seeley. 1982. Foraging strategy of honeybee colonies in a temperate deciduous forest. Ecology 63:1790-1801.