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2004Natural history and description of Oncothrips kinchega, a new species of gall-inducing thrips with soldiers (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidea)Wills, T; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Mound, L A; Chapman, Thomas William; Kranz,
2006Nesting biology of an African allodapine bee Braunsapis vitrea: female biased sex allocation in the absence of worker-like behavioural castesAenmey, Tracy K; Tierney, Simon M; Pillay, N; Schwarz, Michael Philip
2009New species and unexpected diversity of socially parasitic bees in the genus Inquilina Michener (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apidae)Schwarz, Michael Philip; Smith, Jaclyn Amanda
2007Origins of social parasitism: the importance of divergence ages in phylogenetic studiesSchwarz, Michael Philip; Smith, Jaclyn Amanda; Tierney, Simon M; Park, Yung Chul; Fuller, Susan J
2007Parallel diversification of Australian gall-thrips on AcaciaSchwarz, Michael Philip; McLeish, Michael John; Crespi, B J; Chapman, Thomas William
2006Phylogenetic analyses of life history traits in allodapine bees and social evolutionSchwarz, Michael Philip; Tierney, Simon M; Chapman, Thomas William
2003Phylogenetic divergence of the Australian allodapine bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)Schwarz, Michael Philip; Bull, N J; Cooper, Steven J B
2008Phylogenetics of allodapine bees: a review of social evolution, parasitism and biogeographyTierney, Simon M; Smith, Jaclyn Amanda; Chenoweth, Luke; Schwarz, Michael Philip
2005Phylogenetics of the allodapine bee genus Braunsapis: historical biogeography and long-range dispersal over waterFuller, Susan J; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Tierney, Simon M
2004Proclivity and effectiveness in gall defence by soldiers in five species of gall-inducing thrips: benefits of morphological caste dimorphism in two species (Kladothrips intermedius and K. habrus)Perry, S P; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Chapman, Thomas William; Crespi, B J
2009Reproductive hierarchies in the African allodapine bee Allodapula dichroa (Apidae; Xylocopinae) and ancestral forms of socialityTierney, Simon M; Schwarz, Michael Philip
2006Reproductive skew in the Australian allodapine bee Exoneura robustaLanger, Philipp; Hogendoorn, Katja; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Keller, Laurent
21-Dec-2007Social complexity in bees is not sufficient to explain lack of reversions to solitary living over long time scalesChenoweth, Luke; Tierney, Simon M; Smith, Jaclyn Amanda; Cooper, Steven J B; Schwarz, Michael Philip
2007Social complexity in bees is not sufficient to explain lack of reversions to solitary living over long time scalesChenoweth, Luke; Smith, Jaclyn Amanda; Cooper, Steven J B; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Tierney, Simon M
2007Sociality and sex allocation in an Australian allodapine bee Braunsapis protuberansSchwarz, Michael Philip; Joyce, Narelle Cassandra
2006Sociality in a Malagasy allodapine bee, Macrogalea antanosy, and the impacts of the facultative social parasite, Macrogalea maizinaSmith, Jaclyn Amanda; Schwarz, Michael Philip
2006Sociality in the allodapine bee genus Macrogalea: insights from two Malagasy speciesSmith, Jaclyn Amanda; Schwarz, Michael Philip; Chapman, Thomas William
2006Sociality in the Australian Allodapine Bee Brevineura elongata: small colony sizes despite large benefits to group livingSchwarz, Michael Philip; Joyce, Narelle Cassandra
2010Social polymorphism in the Australian small carpenter bee, Ceratina (Neoceratina) australensisSchwarz, Michael Philip; Richards, Miriam H; Rehan, Sandra M
2006Strategic exploitation in a socially parasitic bee: a benefit in waiting?Smith, Jaclyn Amanda; Schwarz, Michael Philip
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