The Gordon Lab
Publications & CV
Ants in Space
The evolution of collective behavior
Esponda, Gordon. Distributed nestmate recognition in ants
iBio research talk: The Evolution of Collective Behavior
Gordon. The ecology of collective behavior.
Gordon. The rewards of restraint in the collective regulation of foraging by harvester ant colonies
Colony life history and lifetime reproductive success of red harvester ant colonies.
Gordon. The fusion of ecology and behavioral ecology
How colonies regulate activity
Anternet: The regulation of ant colony foraging activity without spatial information
Gordon DM. The dynamics of foraging trails in the tropical arboreal ant
Water stress strengthens mutualism among ants, trees, and scale insects
Plant defense, herbivory, and the growth of
trees and their symbiotic
The spread of the invasive Argentine ant
Gordon, D. M. and N. E. Heller. The invasive Argentine ant in Northern California reserves: from foraging behavior to local spread.
Effects of vegetation cover, presence of a native ant species, and human disturbance on colonization by Argentine ants