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Guiraud M., Gerard M., Cariou B., Henrion M., Baird E. (2023) Impact of thermic stress on behaviour, cognition, anatomy and the brain of bumblebees Bombus terrestris. (in prep.).


Guiraud M.*, Maboudi H.*, Gallo V.*, Chittka L. (2023) How do bumblebee use objects' features to perform visual object recognition and what can we learn from this? Science (in prep.).

de Brito Sanchez G., Guiraud M., Bestea L. V. M. E., Giurfa M. (2023) Perceptual rules guiding sweet-taste discrimination in the honey bee. Proceedings of the Royal Society B (submitted).



Gérard M., Guiraud M., Cariou B., Henrion M, and Baird E. (2022). Changes in morphological traits and allometry of bumblebees at elevated developmental temperatures. Journal of Experimental Biology (under review).


Guiraud M.*, Roper M.*, Wolf S., Woodgate J. L. and Chittka L. (2022) Discrimination of edge orientation by bumblebees PLOS ONE. DOI:

Perl C.D., Johansen Z.B. ,Moradinour Z., Guiraud M., Restrepo C.E., Jie V.W., Miettinen A., Baird E. (2022) Heatwave-like events during development are sufficient to impair bumblebee worker responses to sensory stimuli. Frontiers. DOI:

Perl C.D., Johansen Z.B., Jie V.W., Moradinour Z., Guiraud M., Restrepo C.E., Miettinen A., Baird E. (2022) Substantial variability in morphological scaling among bumblebee colonies. Royal Society Open Science. DOI:


Guiraud M.*, Cariou B.*, Henrion M.*, Baird E., Gerard M. (2021) Higher developmental temperature increases queen production and decreases worker body size in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris. Journal of Hymenoptera Research. DOI:

Maboudi H., Roper M., Guiraud M., Marschall J. A. R., Chittka L. (2021) Automated video tracking and flight analysis show how bumblebees solve pattern discrimination task using active vision. BioRxiv. DOI:


Baird E., Tichit P.*, Guiraud M.*. The neuro-ecology of bee flight behaviours. (2020) Current
opinion in insect science. DOI: 10.1016/j.cois.2020.07.005


Guiraud M.*, Roper M.* & Chittka L. (2018) High-Speed Videography Reveals How Honeybees Can Turn a Spatial Concept Learning Task Into a Simple Discrimination Task by Stereotyped Flight Movements and Sequential Inspection of Pattern Elements. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1347. DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01347.

Guiraud M., Hotier L., Giurfa M. & de Brito Sanchez M.G. (2018) Aversive gustatory learning and perception in honey bees. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-19715-1


Mengoni Goñalons C.*, Guiraud M.*, de Brito Sanchez M.G. &  Farina W.M.  (2017) Insulin effects on honeybee appetitive behaviour. Journal of Experimental Biology. DOI: 10.1242/jeb.143511

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