Annagiri Sumana
Annagiri Sumana
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Choosing an appropriate index to construct dominance hierarchies in animal societies: a comparison of three indices
A Bang, S Deshpande, A Sumana, R Gadagkar
Animal Behaviour 79 (3), 631-636, 2010
852010
Diploid males and their triploid offspring in the paper wasp Polistes dominulus
AE Liebert, A Sumana, PT Starks
Biology Letters 1 (2), 200-203, 2005
482005
Ropalidia marginata-a primitively eusocial wasp society headed by behaviourally non-dominant queens
A Sumana, R Gadagkar
CURRENT SCIENCE-BANGALORE- 84 (11), 1464-1467, 2003
352003
Leaders follow leaders to reunite the colony: relocation dynamics of an Indian queenless ant in its natural habitat
R Kaur, K Anoop, A Sumana
Animal Behaviour 83 (6), 1345-1353, 2012
322012
Wasp who would be queen: A comparative study of two primitively eusocial species.
SA Deshpande, A Sumana, M Surbeck, R Gadagkar
Current Science (00113891) 91 (3), 2006
322006
A comparative social network analysis of wasp colonies and classrooms: Linking network structure to functioning
A Bhadra, F Jordan, A Sumana, SA Deshpande, R Gadagkar
ecological complexity 6 (1), 48-55, 2009
292009
Nest hydrocarbons as cues for philopatry in a paper wasp
A Sumana, AE Liebert, AS Berry, GT Switz, CM Orians, PT Starks
Ethology 111 (5), 469-477, 2005
282005
How do workers of the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata detect the presence of their queens?
A Bhadra, PL Iyer, A Sumana, SA Deshpande, S Ghosh, R Gadagkar
Journal of Theoretical Biology 246 (3), 574-582, 2007
272007
Grooming Patterns in the Primitively Eusocial Wasp Polistes dominulus
A Sumana, PT Starks
Ethology 110 (10), 825-833, 2004
262004
The function of dart behavior in the paper wasp, Polistes fuscatus
A Sumana, PT Starks
Naturwissenschaften 91 (5), 220-223, 2004
252004
Key relocation leaders in an Indian queenless ant
A Sumana, C Sona
Behavioural processes 97, 84-89, 2013
202013
Workers of the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata do not perceive their queen across a wire mesh partition
A Sumana, SA Deshpande, A Bhadra, R Gadagkar
Journal of Ethology 26 (2), 207-212, 2008
172008
The structure of dominance hierarchies in the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata
A Sumana, R Gadagkar
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 13 (3), 273-281, 2001
172001
Characterization of recruitment through tandem running in an Indian queenless ant Diacamma indicum
R Kaur, J Joseph, K Anoop, A Sumana
Royal Society open science 4 (1), 160476, 2017
112017
Opportunistic brood theft in the context of colony relocation in an Indian queenless ant
B Paul, M Paul, S Annagiri
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
112016
Dual response to nest flooding during monsoon in an Indian ant
S Kolay, S Annagiri
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-9, 2015
112015
Tight knit under stress: colony resilience to the loss of tandem leaders during relocation in an Indian ant
S Kolay, S Annagiri
Royal Society open science 2 (9), 150104, 2015
92015
Social insect colony as a biological regulatory system: modelling information flow in dominance networks
AK Nandi, A Sumana, K Bhattacharya
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11 (101), 20140951, 2014
82014
Coupled adult-brood transport augments relocation in the Indian queenless ant Diacamma indicum
R Kaur, A Sumana
Insectes sociaux 61 (2), 141-143, 2014
82014
The evolution of complexity in social organization—A model using dominance-subordinate behavior in two social wasp species
AK Nandi, A Bhadra, A Sumana, SA Deshpande, R Gadagkar
Journal of theoretical biology 327, 34-44, 2013
72013
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