C. Tate Holbrook
C. Tate Holbrook
Professor of Biology, College of Coastal Georgia
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Long-term persistence of amphibian populations in a restored wetland complex
JW Petranka, EM Harp, CT Holbrook, JA Hamel
Biological conservation 138 (3-4), 371-380, 2007
Division of labor increases with colony size in the harvester ant Pogonomyrmex californicus
CT Holbrook, PM Barden, JH Fewell
Behavioral Ecology 22 (5), 960-966, 2011
Wetland restoration for amphibians: should local sites be designed to support metapopulations or patchy populations?
JW Petranka, CT Holbrook
Restoration Ecology 14 (3), 404-411, 2006
Allometric Scaling of Metabolism, Growth, and Activity in Whole Colonies of the Seed‐Harvester Ant Pogonomyrmex californicus
JS Waters, CT Holbrook, JH Fewell, JF Harrison
The American Naturalist 176 (4), 501-510, 2010
Division of labour and socially induced changes in response thresholds in associations of solitary halictine bees
R Jeanson, RM Clark, CT Holbrook, SM Bertram, JH Fewell, PF Kukuk
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 593-602, 2008
Ants (Formicidae): models for social complexity
CR Smith, A Dolezal, D Eliyahu, CT Holbrook, J Gadau
Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2009 (7), pdb. emo125, 2009
Social insects inspire human design
CT Holbrook, RM Clark, D Moore, RP Overson, CA Penick, AA Smith
Biology letters 6 (4), 431-433, 2010
Emergence and consequences of division of labor in associations of normally solitary sweat bees
C Tate Holbrook, RM Clark, R Jeanson, SM Bertram, PF Kukuk, JH Fewell
Ethology 115 (4), 301-310, 2009
Colony-size effects on task organization in the harvester ant Pogonomyrmex californicus
CT Holbrook, TH Eriksson, RP Overson, J Gadau, JH Fewell
Insectes sociaux 60, 191-201, 2013
Ecological Interactions between Rana sylvatica and Ambystoma maculatum: Evidence of Interspecific Competition and Facultative Intraguild Predation
CT Holbrook, JW Petranka
Copeia 2004 (4), 932-939, 2004
Does foraging activity affect foraging success in the western harvester ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
BJ Cole, R Edwards, CT Holbrook, L Holm, J Heyward, DC Wiernasz
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101 (1), 272-276, 2008
Increased group size promotes task specialization in a normally solitary halictine bee
CT Holbrook, PF Kukuk, JH Fewell
Behaviour 150 (12), 1449-1466, 2013
Population and colony structure and morphometrics in the queen dimorphic harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex pima
RA Johnson, CT Holbrook, C Strehl, J Gadau
Insectes Sociaux 54, 77-86, 2007
Low queen mating frequency in the seed-harvester ant Pogonomyrmex (Ephebomyrmex) pima: implications for the evolution of polyandry
CT Holbrook, CP Strehl, RA Johnson, J Gadau
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 229-236, 2007
The mating game: a classroom activity for undergraduates that explores the evolutionary basis of sex roles
D Moore, CT Holbrook, MG Meadows, LA Taylor
The american biology Teacher 74 (9), 648-651, 2012
Marking individual ants for behavioral sampling in a laboratory colony
CT Holbrook
Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2009 (7), pdb. prot5240, 2009
The threat of predatory fire ants to loggerhead turtles nesting on Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA
CT Holbrook, JW Mahas, BL Ondich, KM Andrews
Marine Turtle Newsletter 156, 5-9, 2019
Effects of a prescribed burn on the adult butterfly assemblage of a coastal grassland
JN DeSha, J Colbert, KM Andrews, S Coleman, CT Holbrook
Georgia Journal of Science 75 (2), 10, 2017
The emergence and scaling of division of labor in insect societies
CT Holbrook IV
Arizona State University, 2011
Allometric scaling of whole colony metabolic rate in Pogonomyrmex californicus
JS Waters, CT Holbrook, JH Fewell, JF Harrison
Integrative and Comparative Biology 49, E179-E179, 2009
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