Kensuke Nakata
Kensuke Nakata
Tokyo Keizai University, Japan
Verified email at tku.ac.jp
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Feeding experience affects web relocation and investment in web threads in an orb-web spider, Cyclosa argenteoalba
K Nakata, A Ushimaru
Animal Behaviour 57 (6), 1251-1255, 1999
751999
Colored floral organs influence pollinator behavior and pollen transfer in Commelina communis (Commelinaceae)
A Ushimaru, T Watanabe, K Nakata
American Journal of Botany 94 (2), 249-258, 2007
652007
Lifespan and reproduction in a queenless ant
K Tsuji, K Nakata, J Heinze
Naturwissenschaften 83 (12), 577-578, 1996
621996
The effect of colony size on conflict over male-production between gamergate and dominant workers in the ponerine ant Diacamma sp.
K Nakata, K Tsuji
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 8 (2), 147-156, 1996
551996
Spider orientation and hub position in orb webs
S Zschokke, K Nakata
Naturwissenschaften 97 (1), 43, 2010
502010
Upside-down spiders build upside-down orb webs: web asymmetry, spider orientation and running speed in Cyclosa
K Nakata, S Zschokke
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1696), 3019-3025, 2010
412010
Dynamic model of optimal age polyethism in social insects under stable and fluctuating environments
JY Wakano, K Nakata, N Yamamura
Journal of theoretical biology 193 (1), 153-165, 1998
411998
Host manipulation by an ichneumonid spider ectoparasitoid that takes advantage of preprogrammed web-building behaviour for its cocoon protection
K Takasuka, T Yasui, T Ishigami, K Nakata, R Matsumoto, K Ikeda, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (15), 2326-2332, 2015
372015
Evolution of Flower Allometry and Its Significance for Pollination Success in the Deceptive Orchid Pogonia japonica
A Ushimaru, K Nakata
International Journal of Plant Sciences 162 (6), 1307-1311, 2001
372001
Attention focusing in a sit-and-wait forager: a spider controls its prey-detection ability in different web sectors by adjusting thread tension
K Nakata
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1678), 29-33, 2010
342010
The evolution of flower allometry in selfing species
A Ushimaru, K Nakata
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (8), 1217-1227, 2002
322002
Age polyethism, idiosyncrasy and behavioural flexibility in the queenless ponerine ant,Diacamma sp.
K Nakata
Journal of Ethology 13 (1), 113-123, 1995
311995
Difference in Web Construction Behavior at Newly Occupied Web Sites Between Two Cyclosa Species
K Nakata, A Ushimaru
Ethology 110 (5), 397-411, 2004
292004
Sexual calling by workers using the metatibial glands in the ant, Diacamma sp., from Japan (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
K Nakata, K Tsuji, B Hölldobler, A Taki
Journal of insect behavior 11 (6), 869-877, 1998
281998
Prey detection without successful capture affects spider’s orb-web building behaviour
K Nakata
Naturwissenschaften 94 (10), 853-857, 2007
272007
To be or not to be conspicuous: the effects of prey availability and predator risk on spider's web decoration building
K Nakata
Animal Behaviour 78 (5), 1255-1260, 2009
242009
Plasticity in an extended phenotype and reversed up-down asymmetry of spider orb webs
K Nakata
Animal Behaviour 83 (3), 821-826, 2012
222012
Spiders Use Airborne Cues to Respond to Flying Insect Predators by Building Orb‐Web with Fewer Silk Thread and Larger Silk Decorations
K Nakata
Ethology 114 (7), 686-692, 2008
192008
Female genital mutilation and monandry in an orb-web spider
K Nakata
Biology letters 12 (2), 20150912, 2016
152016
Vertical asymmetries in orb webs
S Zschokke, K Nakata
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114 (3), 659-672, 2015
152015
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