Reynolds, A. M., Ferdous, M. J. and Cheng, K. 2018. Distinguishing between apparent and actual randomness: a preliminary examination with Australian ants. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 72 (113).
Woodgate, J. L., Makinson, J. C., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, A. M. and Chittka, L. 2017. Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees. Scientific Reports. 7 (1), p. 17323.
Wainwright, C. E., Stepanian, P. M., Reynolds, D. R. and Reynolds, A. M. 2017. The movement of small insects in the convective boundary layer: linking patterns to processes. Scientific Reports. 7 (1), p. 5438.
Reynolds, A. M. 2016. The Cahn-Hilliard phase separation principle maybe the tip of an iceberg Comment on "Phase separation driven by density-dependent movement: A novel mechanism for ecological patterns" by Q.-X. Liu et al. Physics of Life Reviews. 19, pp. 135-136.
Hu, G., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R., Reynolds, A. M. and Chapman, J. W. 2016. Wind-related orientation patterns in diurnal, crepuscular and nocturnal high-altitude insect migrants. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10.
Schultheiss, P., Stannard, T., Pereira, S., Reynolds, A. M., Wehner, R. and Cheng, K. 2016. Similarities and differences in path integration and search in two species of desert ants inhabiting a visually rich and a visually barren habitat. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 70 (8), pp. 1319-1329.
Fernandez-Rodriguez, S., Maya-Manzano, J. M., Smith, M., Tormo-Molina, R., Reynolds, A. M., Silva-Palacios, I., Gonzalo-Garijo, A. and Sadys, M. 2016. How far can oak pollen be transported in the atmosphere in a single day? Proceedings 6th European Symposium in Aerobiology, 18-22 July, Lyon, France, 2016. pp. Poster 2407
Sadys, M., West, J. S., Spiller, M., Melichar, G., Stiewe, G. and Reynolds, A. M. 2016. Pollen dispersal in a hybrid cereal canopy. In : Proceedings 6th European Symposium on Aerobiology, At Lyon, France, 18-22 July, 2016 . pp. Oral 2315
Wolf, S., Nicholls, E., Reynolds, A. M., Wells, P. M., Lim, K. S., Paxton, R. J. and Osborne, J. L. 2016. Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases. Scientific Reports. 6, p. Article number 32612.
Maya-Manzanoa, J. M., Fernandez-Rodriguez, S., Smith, M., Tormo-Molina, R., Reynolds, A. M., Silva-Palacios, I., Gonzalo-Garijo, A. and Sadys, M. 2016. Airborne Quercus pollen in SW Spain: Identifying favourable conditions for atmospheric transport and potential source areas. Science of the Total Environment. 571, pp. 1037-1047.
Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R., Sane, S. P., Hu, G. and Chapman, J. W. 2016. Orientation in high-flying migrant insects in relation to flows: mechanisms and strategies. Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 371 (1704), p. 20150392.
Lihoreau, M., Ings, T. C., Chittka, L. and Reynolds, A. M. 2016. Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional foraging flights of bumblebees. Scientific Reports. 6, p. Article no 30401.
Chapman, J. W., Nilsson, C., Lim, K. S., Backman, J., Reynolds, D. R., Alerstam, T. and Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Detection of flow direction in high-flying insect and songbird migrants. Current Biology. 25, pp. R751-R752.
Reynolds, A. M. and Geritz, S. A. H. 2015. Tsallis distributions, Levy walks and correlated-type anomalous diffusion result from state-dependent diffusion. Physica A-Statistical Mechanics And Its Applications. 424, pp. 317-321.
Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Venturing beyond the Levy flight foraging hypothesis: reply to comments on 'Liberating Levy walk research from the shackles of optimal foraging'. Physics of Life Reviews. 14, pp. 115-119.
Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Beyond optimal searching: recent developments in the modelling of animal movement patterns as Levy walks. in: Lewis, M. A., Petrovskii, S. V. and Maini, P. K. (ed.) Dispersal, individual movement and spatial ecology. Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2071 Springer, Berlin. pp. 53-76
Reynolds, A. M., Cecere. J. G., Paiva, V. H., Ramos, J. A. and Focardi, S. 2015. Pelagic seabird flight patterns are consistent with a reliance on olfactory maps for oceanic navigation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences. 282, p. 20150468.
Reynolds, A. M., Jones, H. B. C., Hill, J. K., Pearson, A. J., Wilson, K., Wolf, S., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R. and Chapman, J. W. 2015. Evidence for a pervasive 'idling-mode' activity template in flying and pedestrian insects. Royal Society Open Science. 2, p. 150085.
Reynolds, A. M., Ropert-Coudert, Y., Kato, A., Chiaradia, A. and Macintosh, A. J. J. 2015. A priority-based queuing process explanation for scale-free foraging behaviours. Animal Behaviour. 108, pp. 67-71.
Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Extending Levy search theory from one to higher dimensions: Levy walking favours the blind. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A Mathematical and Physical Sciences. 471, p. 20150123.
Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Levy flight movement patterns in marine predators may derive from turbulence cues. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A Mathematical and Physical Sciences. 470 (2171), p. 20140408.
Sims, D. W., Reynolds, A. M., Humphries, N. E., Southall, E. J., Wearmouth, V. J., Metcalfe, B. and Twitchett, R. J. 2014. Hierarchical random walks in trace fossils and the origin of optimal search behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111, pp. 11073-11078.
Wearmouth, V. J., Mchugh, M. J., Humphries, N. E., Naegelen, A., Ahmed, M. Z., Southall, E. J., Reynolds, A. M. and Sims, D. W. 2014. Scaling laws of ambush predator 'waiting' behaviour are tuned to a common ecology. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences. 281, p. 20132997.
Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Towards a mechanistic framework that explains correlated random walk behaviour: correlated random walkers can optimize their fitness when foraging under the risk of predation. Ecological Complexity. 19, pp. 18-22.
Reynolds, A. M., Schultheiss, P. and Cheng, K. 2014. Does the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti approximate a Levy search by an intrinsic bi-modal walk? Journal of Theoretical Biology. 340, pp. 17-22.
Reynolds, A. M., Lepretre, L. and Bohan, D. A. 2013. Movement patterns of Tenebrio beetles demonstrate empirically that correlated-random-walks have similitude with a Levy walk. Scientific Reports. 3, p. 3158.
Liboreau, M., Raine, N. E., Reynolds, A. M., Stelzer, R. J., Lim, K. S., Smith, A. D., Osborne, J. L. and Chittka, L. 2013. Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees. Communicative and Integrative Biology. 6, p. e22701.
Reynolds, A. M. 2013. Effective leadership in animal groups where no individual has pertinent information about resource locations: how interactions between leaders and followers can result in Levy walk movement patterns. EPL. 102, p. 18001.
Osborne, J. L., Smith, A., Clark, S. J., Reynolds, D. R., Barron, M. C., Lim, K. S. and Reynolds, A. M. 2013. The ontogeny of bumblebee flight trajectories: from naive explorers to experienced foragers. PLOS ONE. 8, p. e78681.
Reynolds, A. M., Lihoreau, M. and Chittka, L. 2013. A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangements. PLoS Computational Biology. 9, p. e1002938 (10pp).
Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Incorporating sweeps and ejections into Lagrangian stochastic models of spore trajectories within plant canopy turbulence: modeled contact distributions are heavy-tailed. Phytopathology. 102, pp. 1026-1033.
Lihoreau, M., Raine, N. E., Reynolds, A. M., Stelzer, R. J., Lim, K. S., Smith, A. D., Osborne, J. L. and Chittka, L. 2012. Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales. PLoS Biology. 10, p. e1001392.
Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Fitness-maximizing foragers can use information about patch quality to decide how to search for and within patches: optimal Levy walk searching patterns from optimal foraging theory. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 9, pp. 1568-1575.
Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Truncated Levy walks are expected beyond the scale of data collection when correlated random walks embody observed movement patterns. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 9, pp. 528-534.
Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Development and validation of a Lagrangian probability density function model of horizontally-homogeneous turbulence within and above plant canopies. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 142, pp. 193-205.
Chapman, J. W., Klaassen, R. H. G., Drake, V. A., Fossette, S., Hays, G. C., Metcalfe, J. D., Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R. and Alerstam, T. 2011. Animal orientation strategies for movement in flows. Current Biology. 21, pp. R861-R870.
Aralimarad, P., Reynolds, A. M., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R. and Chapman, J. W. 2011. Flight altitude selection increases orientation performance in high-flying nocturnal insect migrants. Animal Behaviour. 82, pp. 1221-1225.
Reynolds, A. M., Dutta, T. K., Curtis, R. H. C., Powers, S. J., Gaur, H. S. and Kerry, B. R. 2011. Chemotaxis can take plant-parasitic nematodes to the source of a chemo-attractant via the shortest possible routes. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 8, pp. 568-577.
Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R., Smith, A. D. and Chapman, J. W. 2010. Orientation cues for high-flying nocturnal insect migrants: do turbulence-induced temperature and velocity fluctuations indicate the mean wind flow? PLOS ONE. 5, p. e15758 (6pp).
Reynolds, A. M. 2010. Bridging the gulf between correlated random walks and Levy walks: autocorrelation as a source of Levy walk movement patterns. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 7, pp. 1753-1758.
Reynolds, A. M. 2010. Balancing the competing demands of harvesting and safety from predation: Levy walk searches outperform composite Brownian walk searches but only when foraging under the risk of predation. Physica A-Statistical Mechanics And Its Applications. 389, pp. 4740-4746.
Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R., Smith, A. D. and Chapman, J. W. 2010. A single wind-mediated mechanism explains high-altitude 'non-goal oriented' headings and layering of nocturnally migrating insects. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences. 277, pp. 765-772.
Reynolds, A. M., Swain, J. L., Smith, A. D., Martin, A. P. and Osborne, J. L. 2009. Honeybees use a Levy flight search strategy and odour-mediated anemotaxis to relocate food sources. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64, pp. 115-123.
Reynolds, A. M. 2009. Scale-free animal movement patterns: Levy walks outperform fractional Brownian motions and fractional Levy motions in random search scenarios. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theoretical. 42, p. 434006 (11pp).
Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R. and Riley, J. R. 2009. Does a 'turbophoretic' effect account for layer concentrations of insects migrating in the stable night-time atmosphere? Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 6, pp. 87-95.
Reynolds, A. M. and Reynolds, D. R. 2009. Aphid aerial density profiles are consistent with turbulent advection amplifying flight behaviours: abandoning the epithet 'passive'. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences. 276, pp. 137-143.
Reynolds, A. M. 2008. Deterministic walks with inverse-square power-law scaling are an emergent property of predators that use chemotaxis to locate randomly distributed prey. Physical Review E. 78, p. 011906 (5 pages).
Guy, A. G., Bohan, D. A., Powers, S. J. and Reynolds, A. M. 2008. Avoidance of conspecific odour by carabid beetles: a mechanism for the emergence of scale-free searching patterns. Animal Behaviour. 76, pp. 585-591.
Lo Iacono, G. and Reynolds, A. M. 2008. Modelling of concentrations along a moving observer in an inhomogeneous plume. Biological application: model of odour-mediated insect flights. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 8, pp. 147-168.
Reynolds, A. M., Smith, A. D., Reynolds, D. R., Carreck, N. L. and Osborbe, J. L. 2007. Honeybees perform optimal scale-free searching flights when attempting to locate a food source. Journal of Experimental Biology. 210, pp. 3763-3770.
Reynolds, A. M., Reynolds, D. R., Smith, A. D., Svensson, G. P. and Lofstedt, C. 2007. Appetitive flight patterns of male Agrotis segetum moths over landscape scales. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 245, pp. 141-149.
Reynolds, A. M., Bohan, D. A. and Bell, J. R. 2006. Ballooning dispersal in arthropod taxa with convergent behaviours: dynamic properties of ballooning silk in turbulent flows. Biology Letters. 2, pp. 371-373.
Veneziani, M., Griffa, A., Reynolds, A. M., Garraffo, Z. D. and Chassignet, E. P. 2005. Parameterizations of Lagrangian spin statistics and particle dispersion in the presence of coherent vortices. Journal of Marine Research. 63, pp. 1057-1083.
Lo Iacono, G. and Reynolds, A. M. 2005. A Lagrangian stochastic model for the dispersion and deposition of Brownian particles in the presence of a temperature gradient. Journal of Aerosol Science. 36, pp. 1238-1250.