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Fox, E. G. P., Smith, A. A., Gibson, J. C., Solis, D. R. 2017. Larvae of trap-jaw ants, Odontomachus LATREILLE, 1804 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): morphology and biological notes. Mrymecological News, 25: 17-28.

Smith, A. A., Millar, J. G., Suarez, A. V. 2016. Comparative analysis of fertility signals and sex-specific cuticular chemical profiles of Odontomachus trap-jaw ants. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219: 419-430.

O’Fallon, S., Suarez, A. V., Smith, A. A. 2016. A comparative analysis of rapid antennation behavior in four species of Odontomachus trap-jaw ants. Insectes Sociaux, 63: 265-270.

Penick, C. A., Smith, A. A. 2015. The true odor of the odorous house ant. American Entomologist, 61: 85-86.

Smith, A. A., Millar, J. G., Suarez, A. V. 2015. A social insect fertility signal is dependent on chemical context. Biology Letters, 11: 20140947.

Scholes, D. R., Suarez, A. V., Smith, A. A., Johnston, J. S., Paige, K. N. 2014. Organ-specific patterns of endopolyploidy in the giant ant Dinoponera australis. Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 37: 113-126.

Smith, A. A., Vanderpool, W., Millar, J. G., Hanks, L. M., Suarez, A. V. 2014. Conserved male-specific cuticular hydrocarbon patterns in the trap-jaw ant Odontomachus brunneus. Chemoecology, 24: 29-34.

Smith, A. A., Millar, J. G., Hanks, L. M., Suarez, A. V. 2013. A conserved fertility signal despite population variation in the cuticular chemical profile of the trap-jaw ant Odontomachus brunneus. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216: 3917-3924.

Penick, C. A., Copple, R. N., Mendez, R. A., Smith, A. A. 2012. The role of anchor-tipped larval hairs in the organization of ant colonies. PLoS ONE, 7: e41595.

Smith, A. A., Millar, J. G., Hanks, L. M., Suarez, A. V. 2012. Experimental evidence that workers recognize reproductives through cuticular hydrocarbons in the ant Odontomachus brunneus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66: 1267-1276.

Smith, A. A., Overson, R. P., Hölldobler, B., Gadau, J., Liebig, J. 2012. The potential for worker reproduction in the ant Aphaenogaster cockerelli and its absence in the field. Insectes Sociaux, 59: 411–416.

Smith, A. A., Hölldobler, B., and Liebig, J. 2012. Queen specific signals and worker punishment in the ant Aphaenogaster cockerelli: the role of the Dufour’s gland. Animal Behaviour, 83: 587-593.

Smith, A. A. and Fischer, H. 2011. Innovating from life. In: The Business of Sustainability: Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success, ed. S. G. McNall, J. C. Hershauer, and G. Basile. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, pp. 313-328.

Smith, A. A., Hölldobler, B., and Liebig, J. 2011. Reclaiming the crown: queen to worker conflict over reproduction in Aphaenogaster cockerelli. Naturwissenschaften, 98: 237–240.

Holbrook, C. T., Clark, R. M., Moore, D., Overson, R. P., Penick, C. A., Smith, A. A. 2010. Social insects inspire human design. Biology Letters, 6: 431-433.

Cole, B. J., Smith, A. A., Huber, Z. J., and Wiernasz, D. C. 2010. The structure of foraging activity in colonies of the harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex occidentalis. Behavioral Ecology, 21: 337-342.

Smith, A. A., Hölldobler, B., and Liebig, J. 2009. Cuticular hydrocarbons reliably identify cheaters and allow enforcement of altruism in a social insect. Current Biology, 19, 79-81.

Smith, A. A., Hölldobler, B., and Liebig, J. 2008. Hydrocarbon signals explain the pattern of worker and egg policing in the ant Aphaenogaster cockerelli. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 34: 1275-1282.

Smith, A. A. and Haight, K. L. 2008. Army ants as research and collection tools. Journal of Insect Science, 8: 71