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Shi, N. N; Tsai, C-C; Camino, F; Bernard, G D; Yu, N; Wehner, R (2015). Keeping cool: Enhanced optical reflection and radiative heat dissipation in Saharan silver ants. Science, 349(6245):298-301.

Ruchty, M; Helmchen, F; Wehner, R; Kleineidam, C J (2010). Representation of thermal information in the antennal lobe of leaf-cutting ants. Frontiers in Neural Circuits:4:174.

Bregy, P; Sommer, S; Wehner, R (2008). Nest-mark orientation versus vector navigation in desert ants. Journal of Experimental Biology, 211(12):1868-1873.

Sommer, S; von Beeren, C; Wehner, R (2008). Multiroute memories in desert ants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105(1):317-322.

Wehner, R (2007). The desert ant's navigational toolkit: procedural rather than positional knowledge. In: Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Institute of Navigation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 23 April 2007 - 25 April 2007, 1-4.

Müller, M; Wehner, R (2007). Wind and sky as compass cues in desert ant navigation. Naturwissenschaften, 94(7):589-594.

Hegedüs, R; Akesson, S; Wehner, R; Horváth, G (2007). Could Vikings have navigated under foggy and cloudy conditions by skylight polarization? On the atmospheric optical prerequisites of polarimetric Viking navigation under foggy and cloudy skies. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 463(2080):1081-1095.

Wittlinger, M; Wehner, R; Wolf, H (2007). The desert ant odometer: a stride integrator that accounts for stride length and walking speed. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210(Pt. 2):198-207.

Narendra, A; Cheng, K; Wehner, R (2007). Acquiring, retaining and integrating memories of the outbound distance in the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210(4):570-577.

Wittlinger, M; Wolf, H; Wehner, R (2007). Hair plate mechanoreceptors associated with body segments are not necessary for three-dimensional path integration in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210(Pt. 3):375-382.

Wehner, R; Fukushi, T; Isler, K (2007). On being small: brain allometry in ants. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 69(3):220-228.

Nørgaard, T; Henschel, J R; Wehner, R (2007). Use of local cues in the night-time navigation of the wandering desert spider Leucorchestris arenicola (Araneae, Sparassidae). Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 193(2):217-222.

Seidl, T; Knaden, M; Wehner, R (2006). Desert ants: is active locomotion a prerequisite for path integration? Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 192(10):1125-1131.

Merkle, T; Knaden, M; Wehner, R (2006). Uncertainty about nest position influences systematic search strategies in desert ants. Journal of Experimental Biology, 209(18):3545-3549.

Ronacher, B; Westwig, E; Wehner, R (2006). Integrating two-dimensional paths: do desert ants process distance information in the absence of celestial compass cues? Journal of Experimental Biology, 209(17):3301-3308.

Seidl, T; Wehner, R (2006). Visual and tactile learning of ground structures in desert ants. Journal of Experimental Biology, 209(17):3336-3344.

Wehner, R; Müller, M (2006). The significance of direct sunlight and polarized skylight in the ant's celestial system of navigation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 103(33):12575-12579.

Wittlinger, M; Wehner, R; Wolf, H (2006). The ant odometer: stepping on stilts and stumps. Science, 312(5782):1965-1967.

Kühn-Bühlmann, S; Wehner, R (2006). Age-dependent and task-related volume changes in the mushroom bodies of visually guided desert ants, Cataglyphis bicolor. Developmental Neurobiology, 66(6):511-521.

Nørgaard, T; Henschel, J R; Wehner, R (2006). The night-time temporal window of locomotor activity in the Namib Desert long-distance wandering spider, Leucorchestris arenicola. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 129(4):365-372.

Wehner, R; et al; Menzi, U (2006). Ant navigation: one-way routes rather than maps. Current Biology, 16(1):75-79.

Knaden, M; Wehner, R (2006). Ant navigation: resetting the path integrator. Journal of Experimental Biology, 209(1):26-31.

Wolf, H; Wehner, R (2005). Desert ants compensate for navigation uncertainty. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(22):4223-4230.

Grah, G; Wehner, R; Ronacher, B (2005). Path integration in a three-dimensional maze: ground distance estimation keeps desert ants Cataglyphis fortis on course. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(21):4005-4011.

Fry, S N; Wehner, R (2005). Look and turn: landmark-based goal navigation in honey bees. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(20):3945-3955.

Sommer, S; Wehner, R (2005). Vector navigation in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis: celestial compass cues are essential for the proper use of distance information. Naturwissenschaften, Die, 92(10):468-471.

Stalleicken, J; Mukhida, M; Labhart, T; Wehner, R; Frost, B; Mouritsen, H (2005). Do monarch butterflies use polarized skylight for migratory orientation? Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(12):2399-2408.

Wehner, R (2005). Sensory physiology: brainless eyes. Nature, 435(7039):157-159.

Kohler, M; Wehner, R (2005). Idiosyncratic route-based memories in desert ants, Melophorus bagoti: how do they interact with path-integration vectors? Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 83(1):1-12.

Knaden, M; Tinaut, A; Cerda, X; Wehner, S; Wehner, R (2005). Phylogeny of three parapatric species of desert ants, Cataglyphis bicolor, C. viatica, and C. savignyi: a comparison of mitochondrial DNA, nuclear DNA, and morphological data. Zoology, 108(2):169-177.

Fukushi, T; Wehner, R (2004). Navigation in wood ants Formica japonica: context dependent use of landmarks. Journal of Experimental Biology, 207(19):3431-3439.

Andel, D; Wehner, R (2004). Path integration in desert ants, Cataglyphis: how to make a homing ant run away from home. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 271(1547):1485-1489.

Knaden, M; Wehner, R (2004). Path integration in desert ants controls aggressiveness. Science, 305(5680):60.

Sommer, S; Wehner, R (2004). The ant's estimation of distance travelled: experiments with desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 190(1):1-6.

Nørgaard, T; Henschel, J R; Wehner, R (2003). Long-distance navigation in the wandering desert spider Leucorchestris arenicola: can the slope of the dune surface provide a compass cue? Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 189(11):801-809.

Wehner, R (2003). Desert ant navigation: how miniature brains solve complex tasks. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 189(8):579-588.

Dietrich, B; Wehner, R (2003). Sympatry and allopatry in two desert ant sister species: how do Cataglyphis bicolor and C. savignyi coexist? Oecologia, 136(1):63-72.

Collett, M; Collett, T S; Chameron, S; Wehner, R (2003). Do familiar landmarks reset the global path integration system of desert ants? Journal of Experimental Biology, 206(5):877-882.

Bisch-Knaden, S; Wehner, R (2003). Landmark memories are more robust when acquired at the nest site than en route: experiments in desert ants. Naturwissenschaften, Die, 90(3):127-130.

Bisch-Knaden, S; Wehner, R (2003). Local vectors in desert ants: context-dependent landmark learning during outbound and homebound runs. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 189(3):181-187.

Horváth, G; Gál, J; Labhart, T; Wehner, R (2002). Does reflection polarization by plants influence colour perception in insects? Polarimetric measurements applied to a polarization-sensitive model retina of Papilio butterflies. Journal of Experimental Biology, 205(21):3281-3298.

Wehner, R; Gallizzi, K; Frei, C; Vesely, M (2002). Calibration processes in desert ant navigation: vector courses and systematic search. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 188(9):683-693.

Horváth, G; Bernáth, B; Suhai, B; Barta, A; Wehner, R (2002). First observation of the fourth neutral polarization point in the atmosphere. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 19(10):2085-2099.

Akesson, S; Wehner, R (2002). Visual navigation in desert ants Cataglyphis fortis: are snapshots coupled to a celestial system of reference? Journal of Experimental Biology, 205(14):1971-1978.

Wohlgemuth, S; Ronacher, B; Wehner, R (2002). Distance estimation in the third dimension in desert ants. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 188(4):273-281.

Heusser, D; Wehner, R (2002). The visual centring response in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 205(5):585-590.

Gökçen, O A; Morgan, E D; Dani, F R; Agosti, D; Wehner, R (2002). Dufour gland contents of ants of the Cataglyphis bicolor group. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 28(1):71-87.

Fry, S N; Wehner, R (2002). Honey bees store landmarks in an egocentric frame of reference. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 187(12):1009-1016.

Bisch-Knaden, S; Wehner, R (2001). Egocentric information helps desert ants to navigate around familiar obstacles. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204(24):4177-4184.

Pomozi, I; Horváth, G; Wehner, R (2001). How the clear-sky angle of polarization pattern continues underneath clouds: full-sky measurements and implications for animal orientation. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204(17):2933-2942.

Wehner, R (2001). Polarization vision--a uniform sensory capacity? Journal of Experimental Biology, 204(14):2589-2596.

Wohlgemuth, S; Ronacher, B; Wehner, R (2001). Ant odometry in the third dimension. Nature, 411(6839):795-798.

Collett, T S; Collett, M; Wehner, R (2001). The guidance of desert ants by extended landmarks. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204(9):1635-1639.

Wehner, R (2001). Ecology. Bird navigation--computing orthodromes. Science, 291(5502):264-265.

Ronacher, B; Gallizzi, K; Wohlgemuth, S; Wehner, R (2000). Lateral optic flow does not influence distance estimation in the desert ant Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203(7):1113-1121.

Wolf, H; Wehner, R (2000). Pinpointing food sources: olfactory and anemotactic orientation in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203(5):857-868.

Wehner, R (2000). Panting desert ants--and how they navigate. Swiss Medical Weekly, 130(8):258-263.

Collett, M; Collett, T S; Wehner, R (1999). Calibration of vector navigation in desert ants. Current Biology, 9(18):1031-1034.

Collett, M; Collett, T S; Bisch, S; Wehner, R (1998). Local and global vectors in desert ant navigation. Nature, 394(6690):269-272.

Ziegler, P E; Wehner, R (1997). Time- courses of memory decay in vector-based and landmark-based systems of navigation in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 181(1):13-20.

Wehner, R (1996). Middle-scale navigation: the insect case. Journal of Experimental Biology, 199(1):125-127.

Wehner, R; Michel, B; Antonsen, P (1996). Visual navigation in insects: coupling of egocentric and geocentric information. Journal of Experimental Biology, 199(1):129-140.

Gehring, W J; Wehner, R (1995). Heat shock protein synthesis and thermotolerance in Cataglyphis, an ant from the Sahara desert. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 92(7):2994-2998.

Zollikofer, C; Wehner, R; Fukushi, T (1995). Optical scaling in conspecific Cataglyphis ants. Journal of Experimental Biology, 198(8):1637-1646.

Wehner, R (1994). The polarization-vision project: championing organismic biology. In: Schildberger, K; Elsner, N. Neural basis of behavioural adaptations. Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 103-143.

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