Publications

Peer reviewed articles:

50. Morimoto J, Lihoreau M (in press). Quantifying nutritional trade-offs in multidimensional performance landscapes. American Naturalist.

49. Pasquaretta C, Gómez-Moracho T, Heeb P, Lihoreau M (2018). Exploring interactions between the gut microbiota and social behaviour through nutrition. Genes9:534 PDF 

48. Cauchoix M, Chow PKY, van Horik JO, Atance CM, Barbeau EJ, Barragan-Jason G, Bize P, Boussard A, Buechel SD, Cabirol A, Cauchard L, Claidière N, Dalesman S, Devaud JM, Didic M, Doligez B, Fagot J, Fichtel C, Henke-von der Malsburg J, Hermer E, Huber L, Huebner F, Kappeler PM, Klein S, Langbein J, Langley EJG, Lea SEG, Lihoreau M, Lovlie H, Matzel LD, Nakagawa S, Nawroth C, Oesterwind S, Sauce B, Smith E, Sorato E, Tebbich S, Wallis LJ, Whiteside MA, Wilkinson A, Chaine AS, Morand-Ferrond J (2018). The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis. Philosophical Transactions B. 373:20170281 PDF 

47. Lihoreau M, Gomez-Moracho T, Pasquaretta C, Costa JT, Buhl J (2018). Social nutrition: an emerging field in insect science. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 28:73-80 PDF 

46. Henry B, Aubert H, Ricard E, Hazard D, Lihoreau M (2018). Automated monitoring of livestock behavior using frequency-modulated continuous-wave radars. Progresses in Eclectromagnetics Research M69:151-160 PDF 

45. Poissonnier LA, Lihoreau M, Gómez-Moracho T, Dussutour A, Buhl J, (2018). A theoretical exploration of dietary collective medication in social insects. Journal of Insect Physiology. 106:78-87 PDF

44. Wong ACN, Wang QP, Morimoto J, Senior AM, Lihoreau M, Neely GG, Simpson SJ, Ponton F (2017). Gut microbiota modifies olfactory-guided microbial attraction in Drosophila. Current Biology. 27:2397-2404 PDF [Current Biology Dispatch – Boaz Yuval Nature Reviews Microbiology

43. Baracchi D, Lihoreau M, Giurfa M (2017). Do insects have emotions? Some insights from bumblebees. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 11:157 PDF 

42. Pasquaretta C, Jeanson R, Andalo C, Chittka L, Lihoreau M (2017). Analysing plant-pollinator interactions with spatial movement networks. Ecological Entomology. 42:4-17 PDFRésultat de recherche d'images pour "ecological entomology"

41. Gómez-Moracho T, Heeb P, Lihoreau M (2017). Effects of parasites and pathogens on bee cognition. Ecological Entomology42:51-64 PDF

40. Klein S, Pasquaretta C, Barron AB, Devaud JM, Lihoreau M (2017). Inter-individual variability in the foraging behaviour of traplining bumblebees. Scientific Reports7:4561 PDF

39. Lihoreau M, Charleston MA, Senior AM, Clissold FJ, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ, Buhl J (2017). Collective foraging in spatially complex nutritional environments. Philosophical Transactions B. 372:20160238 PDF

38. Klein S, Cabirol A, Devaud JM, Barron AB, Lihoreau M (2017). Why bees are so vulnerable to environmental stressors. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 32:268-278 PDF [TREE comment – Leonard and Hochuli 2017; PLoS Ecology community blog]

37.  Bouchebti S, Durier V, Pasquaretta C, Rivault C, Lihoreau M (2016). Subsocial cockroaches Nauphoeta cinerea mate indiscriminately with kin despite high costs of inbreeding. PloS One. 11:e016548. PDF

36. Lihoreau M, Pasquaretta C, Heeb P. (2016). Commentary: Do bees play the producer-scrounger game? Frontiers in Psychology. 7:1355PDF

35. Lihoreau M, Ings TC, Chittka L, Reynolds AM (2016). Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional flights of bumblebees. Scientific Reports. 6:30401PDF

34. Buatois A, Lihoreau M (2016). Evidence of trapline foraging in honeybees. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219:2426-2429PDF

33. Lihoreau M, Poissonnier LA, Isabel G, Dussutour A (2016). Drosophila females trade off good nutrition with high quality oviposition sites when choosing foods. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219:2514-2524PDF

32. Lihoreau M, Rivault C, van Zweden JS (2016). Kin discrimination increases with odour distance in the German cockroach. Behavioral Ecology. doi:10.1093/beheco/arw099 PDF

31. Senior AM, Lihoreau M, Charleston MA, Buhl J, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2016). Adaptive collective foraging in groups with conflicting nutritional needs. Royal Society Open Science. 3:150638. PDF

30. Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Raine NE (2016). Monitoring visitation networks and interactions between pairs of bumble bees in a large outdoor flight cage. PLoS One. 11:e0150844. [The Times, Daily Mail, CBC, Wired] PDF

29. Senior AM, Lihoreau M, Buhl J, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2016). Social network analyses and nutritional behavior: An integrated modeling approach. Frontiers in Psychology. 7:18. PDF

28. Lihoreau M, Clarke IM, Buhl J, Sumpter DJT, Simpson SJ (2016). Collective selection of food patches in Drosophila. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219:668-675 (Top 3 most-cited 2016 research paper) PDF

27. Wong ACN, Holmes A, Ponton F, Lihoreau M, Wilson K, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2015). Behavioural microbiomics: a multi-dimensional approach to microbial influence on behaviour. Frontiers in Microbiology. 6:1359. PDF

26. Senior AM, Nakagawa S, Lihoreau M, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2015). An overlooked consequence of dietary mixing: a varied diet reduces inter-individual variance in fitness. American Naturalist. 186:649-659. PDF

25. Senior AM, Charleston MA, Lihoreau M, Buhl J, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2015). Evolving nutritional strategies in the presence of competition: a geometric agent-based model. PLoS Computational Biology. 11:e1004111. PDF

24. Lihoreau M, Buhl J, Charleston MA, Sword GAS, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2015). Nutritional ecology beyond the individual: a conceptual framework for integrating nutrition and social interactions. Ecology Letters. 18:273-286. PDF

23. Avargues-Weber A, Lihoreau M, Isabel G, Giurfa M (2015). Information transfer beyond the waggle dance: observational learning in bees and flies. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 3: Article 24. PDF

22. Simpson SJ, Clissold FJ, Lihoreau M, Ponton F, Wilder SM, Raubenheimer D (2015). Recent advances in the integrative nutrition of arthropods. Annual Review of Entomology. 60:293-311. PDF

21. Lihoreau M, Buhl J, Charleston MA, Sword GAS, Raubenheimer D, Simpson SJ (2014). Modelling nutrition across organizational levels: from individuals to superorganisms. Journal of Insect Physiology. 69:2-11. PDF

20. Lihoreau M, Raine NE (2013). Bee positive: the importance of electroreception in pollinator cognitive ecology. Frontiers in Psychology. 4:165. [La Recherche] PDF

19. Reynolds AM, Lihoreau M, Chittka L (2013). A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangement. PLoS Computational Biology. 9:e1002938. PDF 

18. Lihoreau M, Raine NE, Reynolds AM, Stelzer RJ, Lim KS, Smith AD, Osborne JL, Chittka L (2013). Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees. Communicative & Integrative Biology 6:e22701. PDF

17. Lihoreau M, Latty T, Chittka L (2012). An exploration of the social brain hypothesis in insects. Frontiers in Physiology 3:165. PDF

16. Lihoreau M, Raine NE, Reynolds AM, Stelzer RJ, Lim KS, Smith AD, Osborne JL, Chittka L (2012) Radar tracking and motion sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of  pollinator multi-destination routes  over large spatial scales. PLoS Biology 10:e1001392. [The Times, Le Monde, Science NOW, Die Welt] PDF

15. Tabadkani SM, Nozari J, Lihoreau M (2012) Inbreeding and the evolution of sociality in arthropods. Naturwissenschaften 99:779-788. PDF

14. Lihoreau M, Simpson SJ (2012) Food, « culture » and sociality in Drosophila. Frontiers in Psychology 3:165. PDF

13. Lihoreau M, Costa JT, Rivault C (2012) The social biology of domiciliary cockroaches: colony structure, kin recognition and collective decisions. Insectes Sociaux 59:445-452. [BBC Nature] PDF

12. Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Le Comber SC, Raine NE (2012) Bees do not use nearest-neighbour rules for optimization of multi-location routes. Biology Letters 8:13-16. [New Scientist, National Geographic, Science & Vie] PDF

11. Lihoreau M, Rivault C (2011) Local enhancement promotes cockroach feeding aggregations. PLoS One 6:e22048. PDF

10. Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Raine NE (2011) Trade-off between travel distance and prioritization of high reward sites in traplining bumblebees. Functional Ecology 25:1284-1292. [BBC 4, The Daily Mail, The Epoch Times] PDF

9. Lihoreau M, Chittka L, Raine NE (2010) Travel optimization by foraging bumblebees through re-adjustments of traplines after discovery of new feeding locations. American Naturalist 176:744-767. [BBC News, Fox News, MSNBC, The Guardian, The Independant, The Times] PDF

8. Lihoreau M (2010) Book review of Spatial cognition, spatial perception: mapping the self and space. Dolins FL ans Mitchel RW (eds). The Quarterly Review of Biology 85:506. PDF

7. Lihoreau M, Deneubourg J-L, Rivault C (2010) Collective foraging decision in a gregarious insect. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64:1577-1587. [ABC, BBC News, MSNBC, Discovery News] PDF

6. Lihoreau M, Rivault C (2010) German cockroach males maximize their inclusive fitness by avoiding mating with kin. Animal Behaviour 80:303-309. PDF

5. Lihoreau M, Brepson L, Rivault C (2009) The weight of the clan: even in insects, social isolation can induce a behavioural syndrome. Behavioural Processes 82:80-84. [Nature] PDF

4. Lihoreau M, Rivault C (2009) Kin recognition via cuticular hydrocarbons shapes cockroach social life. Behavioral Ecology 20:46-53. PDF

3. Lihoreau M, Zimmer C, Rivault C (2008) Mutual mate choice: when it pays both sexes to avoid inbreeding. PLoS One 3:e3365. [Faculty of 1000] PDF

2. Lihoreau M, Rivault C (2008) Tactile stimuli trigger group effects in cockroach aggregations. Animal Behaviour 75:1965-1972. PDF

1. Lihoreau M, Zimmer C, Rivault C (2007) Kin recognition and incest avoidance in a  group living insect. Behavioral Ecology 18:880-887. PDF

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Book chapters:

6.  Kraus S, Gómez-Moracho T, Lihoreau M (in press) Nutrition. In « Encyclopedia of Social Insects » (Starr CK ed). Springer.

5.  Laurent-Salazar MO, Bouchebti S, Lihoreau M (in press) Gregarious cockroaches. In « Encyclopedia of Social Insects » (Starr CK ed). Springer.

4. Lihoreau M (2018) Nutritional interactions through the living: from individuals to societies and beyond. In « Life Sciences, Information Sciences » (Gaudin T, Lacroix D, Maurel MC, Pomerol JC eds). John Wiley & Sons, Inc. pp. 295-304.

3. Lihoreau M (2017) Comparative analysis of route learning in honey bees and bumblebees. Annales de la Fondation Fyssen N°31.

2. Lihoreau M, Gómez-Moracho T, Pasquaretta C (2017) Traveling Salesman. In « Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior » (Vonk J, Shackelford TK eds). Springer. PDF

1. Lihoreau M (2017) Interactions nutritionnelles à travers le vivant: de l’individu à la société et au-delà. In « Sciences de la vie, Sciences de l’Information – Colloques de Cerisy » (Gaudin T, Lacroix D, Maurel MC, Pomerol JC eds). ISTE Editions.

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Other publications:

6. Cabirol A, Klein S, Devaud JM, Lihoreau M (2018) Les abeilles sont-elles aussi victimes de leur intelligence? Liberation. PDF

5. Cabirol A, Klein S, Devaud JM, Lihoreau M (2018) Les abeilles sont-elles aussi victimes de leur intelligence? CNRS Le Journal.

4. Lihoreau M, Gómez-Moracho T (2018) L’intelligence collective chez les abeilles Cercle Psy. Hors série N°7:46-49. PDF

3. Klein S, Lihoreau M (2017) Vingt ans après le début de l’effondrement des colonies, comment se portent les abeilles? The Conversation. 

2. Lihoreau M (2009) Organisation et fonctionnement des groupes sociaux chez une blatte grégaire : un autre modèle de société d’insectes. Thèse de l’Université de Rennes 1. PDF

1. Lihoreau M (2008) Les blattes : un autre modèle de sociétés. Science Ouest 244:8. PDF