Thomas Seeley, Ph. D

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Thomas Seeley"
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Edward O. Wilson grad student Harvard (Animal Behavior Tree)
Bert Hölldobler grad student 1974-1978 Harvard
 (Co advised for phd)


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Randi D Rotjan research assistant Cornell (Marine Ecology Tree)
James Nieh grad student Institute for Nonlinear Science, University of California San Diego, USA
Stephen Pratt grad student 1997 Cornell (Physics Tree)
David Thomas Peck grad student 2014-2018 Cornell
David Tarpy post-doc Cornell
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Peck DT, Seeley TD. (2019) Mite bombs or robber lures? The roles of drifting and robbing in Varroa destructor transmission from collapsing honey bee colonies to their neighbors. Plos One. 14: e0218392
Peck DT, Smith ML, Seeley TD. (2016) Varroa destructor Mites Can Nimbly Climb from Flowers onto Foraging Honey Bees. Plos One. 11: e0167798
Ostwald MM, Smith ML, Seeley TD. (2016) The behavioral regulation of thirst, water collection and water storage in honey bee colonies. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 2156-65
Loftus JC, Smith ML, Seeley TD. (2016) How Honey Bee Colonies Survive in the Wild: Testing the Importance of Small Nests and Frequent Swarming. Plos One. 11: e0150362
Smith ML, Ostwald MM, Seeley TD. (2016) Honey bee sociometry: tracking honey bee colonies and their nest contents from colony founding until death Insectes Sociaux. 63: 553-563
Mikheyev AS, Tin MM, Arora J, et al. (2015) Museum samples reveal rapid evolution by wild honey bees exposed to a novel parasite. Nature Communications. 6: 7991
Tarpy DR, Delaney DA, Seeley TD. (2015) Mating frequencies of honey bee queens (Apis mellifera L.) in a population of feral colonies in the Northeastern United States. Plos One. 10: e0118734
Klein BA, Seeley TD. (2015) The declining use of animal and behaviour images in animal behaviour journals Animal Behaviour. 103: 171-177
Smith ML, Ostwald MM, Seeley TD. (2015) Adaptive tuning of an extended phenotype: Honeybees seasonally shift their honey storage to optimize male production Animal Behaviour. 103: 29-33
Seeley TD, Smith ML. (2015) Crowding honeybee colonies in apiaries can increase their vulnerability to the deadly ectoparasite Varroa destructor Apidologie. 46: 716-727
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