Nicholas J. Balfour
Nicholas J. Balfour
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Gut microbiota composition is associated with environmental landscape in honey bees
JC Jones, C Fruciano, F Hildebrand, H Al Toufalilia, NJ Balfour, P Bork, ...
Ecology and evolution 8 (1), 441-451, 2018
562018
Appetite for self-destruction: suicidal biting as a nest defense strategy in Trigona stingless bees
K Shackleton, H Al Toufailia, NJ Balfour, FS Nascimento, DA Alves, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (2), 273-281, 2015
532015
British phenological records indicate high diversity and extinction rates among late-summer-flying pollinators
NJ Balfour, J Ollerton, MC Castellanos, FLW Ratnieks
Biological Conservation 222, 278-283, 2018
442018
Exploitative competition alters bee foraging and flower choice
NJ Balfour, S Gandy, FLW Ratnieks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (10), 1731-1738, 2015
402015
Longer tongues and swifter handling: why do more bumble bees (Bombus spp.) than honey bees (Apis mellifera) forage on lavender (Lavandula spp.)?
NJ Balfour, M Garbuzov, FLW Ratnieks
Ecological entomology 38 (4), 323-329, 2013
372013
Towards understanding interactions between Sustainable Development Goals: the role of environment–human linkages
JPW Scharlemann, RC Brock, N Balfour, C Brown, ND Burgess, MK Guth, ...
Sustainability Science 15 (6), 1573-1584, 2020
272020
Using the waggle dance to determine the spatial ecology of honey bees during commercial crop pollination.
NJ Balfour, FLW Ratnieks
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 19 (2), 210-216, 2017
172017
Size matters: Significant negative relationship between mature plant mass and residual neonicotinoid levels in seed-treated oilseed rape and maize crops
NJ Balfour, NL Carreck, HE Blanchard, FLW Ratnieks
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 215, 85-88, 2016
172016
Landscape scale study of the net effect of proximity to a neonicotinoid-treated crop on bee colony health
NJ Balfour, H Al Toufailia, L Scandian, HE Blanchard, MP Jesse, ...
Environmental science & technology 51 (18), 10825-10833, 2017
152017
Following the dance: ground survey of flowers and flower-visiting insects in a summer foraging hotspot identified via honey bee waggle dance decoding
NJ Balfour, KA Fensome, EEW Samuelson, FLW Ratnieks
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 213, 265-271, 2015
152015
Global goals mapping: the environment-human landscape
JPW Scharlemann, RC Mant, N Balfour, C Brown, ND Burgess, M Guth, ...
A Contribution towards the NERC, The Rockefeller Foundation and ESRC …, 2016
132016
Quality versus quantity: Foraging decisions in the honeybee (Apis mellifera scutellata) feeding on wildflower nectar and fruit juice
K Shackleton, NJ Balfour, H Al Toufailia, R Gaioski Jr, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (19), 7156-7165, 2016
102016
Unique nest entrance structure of Partamona helleri stingless bees leads to remarkable ‘crash-landing’behaviour
K Shackleton, NJ Balfour, HA Toufailia, DA Alves, JM Bento, ...
Insectes Sociaux 66 (3), 471-477, 2019
62019
Gut microbiota composition is associated with environmental landscape in honey bees. Ecol Evol 8: 441–451
JC Jones, C Fruciano, F Hildebrand, H Al Toufalilia, NJ Balfour, P Bork, ...
52018
Have suitable experimental designs been used to determine the effects of neonicotinoid insecticides on bee colony performance in the field?
FLW Ratnieks, NJ Balfour, NL Carreck
Journal of Apicultural Research 57 (4), 586-592, 2018
42018
Multiple methods of assessing nectar foraging conditions indicate peak foraging difficulty in late season
M Garbuzov, NJ Balfour, K Shackleton, H Al Toufailia, L Scandian, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 13 (6), 532-542, 2020
32020
Exploitative competition and displacement mediated by eusocial bees: experimental evidence in a wild pollinator community
VR Wignall, M Brolly, C Uthoff, KE Norton, HM Chipperfield, NJ Balfour, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (12), 1-15, 2020
12020
Stinging risk and sting pain of the ivy bee, Colletes hederae
G Hennessy, NJ Balfour, K Shackleton, D Goulson, FLW Ratnieks
Journal of Apicultural Research 59 (2), 223-231, 2020
12020
Floral Choice in Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea): Do Honeybees Prefer Borage (Borago Officinalis) and Bumblebees Lavender (Lavandula Spp.)?
NJ Balfour
Department of Life Sciences, Silwood Park, Imperial College London, 2011
12011
People, nature and large herbivores in a shared landscape: A mixed‐method study of the ecological and social outcomes from agriculture and conservation
NJ Balfour, R Durrant, A Ely, CJ Sandom
People and Nature 3 (2), 418-430, 2021
2021
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