Mathieu Molet
Mathieu Molet
Professeur, Sorbonne Université, Paris
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Recurrent evolution of dependent colony foundation across eusocial insects
AL Cronin, M Molet, C Doums, T Monnin, C Peeters
Annual Review of Entomology 58, 37-55, 2013
Colonial reproduction and life histories
C Peeters, M Molet
Ant Ecology, 159-176, 2010
Evolution of novel mosaic castes in ants: modularity, phenotypic plasticity, and colonial buffering
M Molet, DE Wheeler, C Peeters
The American Naturalist 180 (3), 328-341, 2012
How floral odours are learned inside the bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) nest
M Molet, L Chittka, NE Raine
Naturwissenschaften 96, 213-219, 2009
Colony nutritional status modulates worker responses to foraging recruitment pheromone in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris
M Molet, L Chittka, RJ Stelzer, S Streit, NE Raine
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 1919-1926, 2008
Shift from independent to dependent colony foundation and evolution of ‘multi‐purpose’ergatoid queens in Mystrium ants (subfamily Amblyoponinae)
M Molet, BL Fisher, F Ito, C Peeters
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 98 (1), 198-207, 2009
Bigger helpers in the ant Cataglyphis bombycina: increased worker polymorphism or novel soldier caste?
M Molet, V Maicher, C Peeters
PloS one 9 (1), e84929, 2014
Winged queens replaced by reproductives smaller than workers in Mystrium ants
M Molet, C Peeters, BL Fisher
Naturwissenschaften 94, 280-287, 2007
Phenotypic plasticity and modularity allow for the production of novel mosaic phenotypes in ants
S Londe, T Monnin, R Cornette, V Debat, BL Fisher, M Molet
EvoDevo 6, 1-15, 2015
Shift in Colonial Reproductive Strategy Associated with a Tropical-Temperate Gradient in Rhytidoponera Ants
M Molet, MV Baalen, C Peeters
The American Naturalist 172 (1), 75-87, 2008
Evolution of cheaper workers in ants: a comparative study of exoskeleton thickness
C Peeters, M Molet, CC Lin, J Billen
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (3), 556-563, 2017
Urbanization without isolation: the absence of genetic structure among cities and forests in the tiny acorn ant Temnothorax nylanderi
A Khimoun, C Doums, M Molet, B Kaufmann, R Peronnet, PA Eyer, ...
Biology Letters 16 (1), 20190741, 2020
Effect of temperature and social environment on worker size in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi
M Molet, R Péronnet, S Couette, C Canovas, C Doums
Journal of Thermal Biology 67, 22-29, 2017
Evolution of wingless reproductives in ants: weakly specialized ergatoid queen instead of gamergates in Platythyrea conradti
M Molet, C Peeters
Insectes sociaux 53, 177-182, 2006
Permanent loss of wings in queens of the ant Odontomachus coquereli from Madagascar
M Molet, C Peeters, BL Fisher
Insectes Sociaux 54, 183-188, 2007
When David and Goliath share a home: Compound nesting of Pyramica and Platythyrea ants
K Yéo, M Molet, C Peeters
Insectes Sociaux 53, 435-438, 2006
Decreasing worker size diversity does not affect colony performance during laboratory challenges in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi
T Colin, C Doums, R Péronnet, M Molet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (6), 92, 2017
Urban colonies are more resistant to a trace metal than their forest counterparts in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi
L Jacquier, C Doums, A Four-Chaboussant, R Peronnet, C Tirard, M Molet
Urban Ecosystems 24 (3), 561-570, 2020
Manipulation of worker size diversity does not affect colony fitness under natural conditions in the ant Temnothorax nylanderi
R Honorio, C Doums, M Molet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 1-11, 2020
Reproductive caste performs intranidal tasks instead of workers in the ant Mystrium oberthueri
M Molet, C Peeters, I Follin, BL Fisher
Ethology 113 (7), 721-729, 2007
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