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11. Metzler D, Jordan F, Pamminger T, Pennings PS and Foitzik F (2013). Could slave rebellion evolve in ants? (in preperation)

10. Seifert B, Kleeberg I, Feldmeyer B, Pamminger T, Jongepier E and Foitzik S (2013). Temnothorax pilagens sp.n. – a new slave-making species of the tribe Formicoxenini from North America (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). (Zookeys, in review)

9. Kleeberg I*, Pamminger T*, Jongepier E, Papenhagen M and Foitzik S. (2013). Forewarned is forearmed: Hosts of slavemaking ants use information from scout contact to prepare for a slave raid. (Behavioral Ecology, in review) *both authors contributed equally

8. Pamminger T, Foitzik S, Metzler D and Pennings PS (2013). Oh sister, where art thou? Spatial structure and the evolution of an altruistic defense trait. (BMC Evolutionary Biology, in review)

7. Pamminger T, Foitzik S, Kaufmann K, Schützler N and Menzel F (2013). Worker personality and its association with spatially structured division of labor. (Plos ONE, in press)

6. Pamminger T, Leingärtner A, Achenbach A, Kleeberg I, Pennings PS and Foitzik S (2013). Geographic distribution of the anti-parasite trait “slave rebellion”. Evolutionary Ecology, 27:39-49 (Covered in: Science daily, Discover magazine and National Geographic Magazine)

5. Modlmeier AP, Pamminger T, Foitzik S and Scharf I (2012). Cold resistance depends on acclimation and caste in a temperate ant. Naturwissenschaften, 99:811-819

4. Konrad M*, Pamminger T* and Foitzik S (2012). Two pathways ensuring social harmony. Naturwissenschaften, 99:627-636 *both authors contributed equally

3. Pamminger T, Modlmeier AP, Suette S and Foitzik S (2012). Raiders from the sky: slavemaker founding queens select for aggressive host colonies. Biology Letters, 8:748-75

2. Scharf I, Pamminger T and Foitzik S (2011). Differential response of ant colonies to intruders: attack strategies correlate with potential threat. Ethology, 117:731-739 (Covered in: BBC nature)

1. Pamminger T, Scharf I, Pennings P and Foitzik S (2011). Increased host aggression as an induced defence against slavemaking ants. Behavioral Ecology, 22: 255-260


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