Andy Reynolds

NameAndy Reynolds
Job titlePrincipal Research Scientist - Theoretical Biology
Email addressandy.reynolds@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentComputational and Analytical Sciences
Research clusterCAS: Biological Physics and Engineering
Preferred citationReynolds, A. M.
OfficeHarpenden

Research outputs

Mechanical spectroscopy of insect swarms

Van der Vaart, K., Sinhuber, M., Reynolds, A. M. and Ouellette, N.T. 2019. Mechanical spectroscopy of insect swarms. Science Advances. 5 (7), p. eaaw9305.

On the origin of the tensile strength of insect swarms

Reynolds, A. M. 2019. On the origin of the tensile strength of insect swarms. Physical Biology.

Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation

Reynolds, A. M., Makinson, J. C., Woodgate, J. L., Capaldi, E. A., Perry, C. J. and Chittka, L. 2019. Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation. Scientific Reports. 9 (4651).

Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation

Makinson, J. C., Woodgate, J. L., Reynolds, A. M., Capaldi, E.A., Perry, C.J. and Chittka, L. 2019. Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation. Scientific Reports. 9, p. 4651.

More on midges

Reynolds, A. M. 2018. More on midges. Physics World. 31 (3), pp. 25-25.

Current status and future directions of Levy walk research

Reynolds, A. M. 2018. Current status and future directions of Levy walk research. Biology Open. 7 (1), p. bio030106.

Fluctuating environments drive insect swarms into a new state that is robust to perturbations

Reynolds, A. M. 2018. Fluctuating environments drive insect swarms into a new state that is robust to perturbations. EPL. 124, p. 38001.

Incorporating terminal velocities into Lagrangian stochastic models of particle dispersal in the atmospheric boundary layer

Reynolds, A. M. 2018. Incorporating terminal velocities into Lagrangian stochastic models of particle dispersal in the atmospheric boundary layer. Scientific Reports. 8, p. 16843.

Olfactory-cued navigation in shearwaters: linking movement patterns to mechanisms

Abolaffio, M., Reynolds, A. M., Cecere, J. G., Paiva, V. H. and Focardi, S. 2018. Olfactory-cued navigation in shearwaters: linking movement patterns to mechanisms. Scientific Reports. 8 (11590).

Passive particles Lévy walk through turbulence mirroring the diving patterns of marine predators

Reynolds, A. M. 2018. Passive particles Lévy walk through turbulence mirroring the diving patterns of marine predators. Journal of Physics Communications. 2 (8), p. 085003.

Levy foraging patterns of rural humans

Reynolds, A. M., Ceccon, E., Baldauf, C., Medeiros, T. K. and Miramontes, O. 2018. Levy foraging patterns of rural humans. PLOS ONE. 13 (6), p. e0199099.

Distinguishing between apparent and actual randomness: a preliminary examination with Australian ants

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).

Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees

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.

Are midge swarms bound together by an effective velocity-dependent gravity?

Reynolds, A. M., Sinhuber, M. and Ouellette, N. T. 2017. Are midge swarms bound together by an effective velocity-dependent gravity? European Physical Journal E. 40 (4), p. 46.

The Weierstrassian movement patterns of snails

Reynolds, A. M., Santini, G., Chelazzi, G. and Focardi, S. 2017. The Weierstrassian movement patterns of snails. Royal Society Open Science. 4 (6).

The movement of small insects in the convective boundary layer: linking patterns to processes

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.

Chaotic model for lévy walks in swarming bacteria

Ariel, G., Be’er, A. and Reynolds, A. M. 2017. Chaotic model for lévy walks in swarming bacteria. Physical Review Letters. 118 (22), p. 228102.

Langevin dynamics encapsulate the microscopic and emergent macroscopic properties of midge swarms

Reynolds, A. M. 2017. Langevin dynamics encapsulate the microscopic and emergent macroscopic properties of midge swarms. Journal of the Royal Society Interface.

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

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.

Wind-related orientation patterns in diurnal, crepuscular and nocturnal high-altitude insect migrants

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.

Similarities and differences in path integration and search in two species of desert ants inhabiting a visually rich and a visually barren habitat

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.

Life-long radar tracking of bumblebees

Woodgate, J. L., Makinson, J. C., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, A. M. and Chittka, L. 2016. Life-long radar tracking of bumblebees. PLOS ONE. 11 (8).

How far can oak pollen be transported in the atmosphere in a single day?

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

Pollen dispersal in a hybrid cereal canopy

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

Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases

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. 32612.

Airborne Quercus pollen in SW Spain: Identifying favourable conditions for atmospheric transport and potential source areas

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.

Orientation in high-flying migrant insects in relation to flows: mechanisms and strategies

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.

Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional foraging flights of bumblebees

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.

Swarm dynamics may give rise to Lévy flights

Reynolds, A. M. and Ouellette, N. T. 2016. Swarm dynamics may give rise to Lévy flights. Scientific Reports. 6, pp. 1-8.

Signatures of chaos in animal search patterns

Reynolds, A. M., Bartumeus, F., Kolzch, A. and van de Koppel, J. 2016. Signatures of chaos in animal search patterns. Scientific Reports. 6, p. 23492.

Levy patterns in seabirds are multifaceted describing both spatial and temporal patterning

Reynolds, A. M., Paiva, V. H., Cecere. J. G. and Focardi, S. 2016. Levy patterns in seabirds are multifaceted describing both spatial and temporal patterning. Frontiers in Zoology. 13, p. 29.

Detection of flow direction in high-flying insect and songbird migrants

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.

Searching behavior in social Hymenoptera

Schultheiss, P., Cheng, K. and Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Searching behavior in social Hymenoptera. Learning and Motivation. 50, pp. 59-67.

Tsallis distributions, Levy walks and correlated-type anomalous diffusion result from state-dependent diffusion

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.

Venturing beyond the Levy flight foraging hypothesis: reply to comments on 'Liberating Levy walk research from the shackles of optimal foraging'

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.

Beyond optimal searching: recent developments in the modelling of animal movement patterns as Levy walks

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

Pelagic seabird flight patterns are consistent with a reliance on olfactory maps for oceanic navigation

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.

Evidence for a pervasive 'idling-mode' activity template in flying and pedestrian insects

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.

A priority-based queuing process explanation for scale-free foraging behaviours

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.

Extending Levy search theory from one to higher dimensions: Levy walking favours the blind

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.

Liberating Levy walk research from the shackles of optimal foraging

Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Liberating Levy walk research from the shackles of optimal foraging. Physics of Life Reviews. 14, pp. 59-83.

Levy flight movement patterns in marine predators may derive from turbulence cues

Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Levy flight movement patterns in marine predators may derive from turbulence cues. Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 470 (2171), p. 20140408.

Signatures of active and passive optimized Levy searching in jellyfish

Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Signatures of active and passive optimized Levy searching in jellyfish. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11 (99), p. 20140665.

Detecting Levy walks without turn designation

Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Detecting Levy walks without turn designation. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 68, pp. 1893-1899.

Hierarchical random walks in trace fossils and the origin of optimal search behavior

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.

Scaling laws of ambush predator 'waiting' behaviour are tuned to a common ecology

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.

Non-volant modes of migration in terrestrial arthropods

Reynolds, D. R., Reynolds, A. M. and Chapman, J. W. 2014. Non-volant modes of migration in terrestrial arthropods. Animal Migration. 2, pp. 8-28.

Towards a mechanistic framework that explains correlated random walk behaviour: correlated random walkers can optimize their fitness when foraging under the risk of predation

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.

Mussels realize Weierstrassian Levy walks as composite correlated random walks

Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Mussels realize Weierstrassian Levy walks as composite correlated random walks. Scientific Reports. 4, p. 4409.

Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models: reply

Reynolds, A. M. 2014. Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models: reply. Ecology. 95 (4), pp. 1109-1112.

Does the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti approximate a Levy search by an intrinsic bi-modal walk?

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.

Movement patterns of Tenebrio beetles demonstrate empirically that correlated-random-walks have similitude with a Levy walk

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.

Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees

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.

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

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.

Are Levy flight patterns derived from the Weber-Fechner law in distance estimation?

Reynolds, A. M., Schultheiss, P. and Cheng, K. 2013. Are Levy flight patterns derived from the Weber-Fechner law in distance estimation? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67, pp. 1219-1226.

Selection pressures give composite correlated random walks Levy walk characteristics

Reynolds, A. M. 2013. Selection pressures give composite correlated random walks Levy walk characteristics. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 332, pp. 117-122.

The ontogeny of bumblebee flight trajectories: from naive explorers to experienced foragers

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.

A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangements

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).

Beating the odds in the aerial lottery: passive dispersers select conditions at takeoff that maximize their expected fitness on landing

Reynolds, A. M. 2013. Beating the odds in the aerial lottery: passive dispersers select conditions at takeoff that maximize their expected fitness on landing. American Naturalist. 181, pp. 555-561.

Incorporating sweeps and ejections into Lagrangian stochastic models of spore trajectories within plant canopy turbulence: modeled contact distributions are heavy-tailed

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.

Gusts within plant canopies are extreme value processes

Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Gusts within plant canopies are extreme value processes. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 391 (21), pp. 5059-5063.

Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales

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.

Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models

Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models. Ecology. 93 (5), pp. 1228-1233.

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

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.

Olfactory search behaviour in the wandering albatross is predicted to give rise to Levy flight movement patterns

Reynolds, A. M. 2012. Olfactory search behaviour in the wandering albatross is predicted to give rise to Levy flight movement patterns. Animal Behaviour. 83, pp. 1225-1229.

Truncated Levy walks are expected beyond the scale of data collection when correlated random walks embody observed movement patterns

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.

Development and validation of a Lagrangian probability density function model of horizontally-homogeneous turbulence within and above plant canopies

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.

Exponential and power-law contact distributions represent different atmospheric conditions

Reynolds, A. M. 2011. Exponential and power-law contact distributions represent different atmospheric conditions. Phytopathology. 101, pp. 1465-1470.

Animal orientation strategies for movement in flows

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.

Flight altitude selection increases orientation performance in high-flying nocturnal insect migrants

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.

Chemotaxis can provide biological organisms with good solutions to the travelling salesman problem

Reynolds, A. M. 2011. Chemotaxis can provide biological organisms with good solutions to the travelling salesman problem. Physical Review E. 83, p. 052901 (4 pp).

Chemotaxis can take plant-parasitic nematodes to the source of a chemo-attractant via the shortest possible routes

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.

On the origin of bursts and heavy tails in animal dynamics

Reynolds, A. M. 2011. On the origin of bursts and heavy tails in animal dynamics. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 390, pp. 245-249.

Orientation cues for high-flying nocturnal insect migrants: do turbulence-induced temperature and velocity fluctuations indicate the mean wind flow?

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).

Bridging the gulf between correlated random walks and Levy walks: autocorrelation as a source of Levy walk movement patterns

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.

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

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.

Maze-solving by chemotaxis

Reynolds, A. M. 2010. Maze-solving by chemotaxis. Physical Review E. 81, p. 062901.

Animals that randomly reorient at cues left by correlated random walkers do the Levy walk

Reynolds, A. M. 2010. Animals that randomly reorient at cues left by correlated random walkers do the Levy walk. American Naturalist. 175, pp. 607-613.

A single wind-mediated mechanism explains high-altitude 'non-goal oriented' headings and layering of nocturnally migrating insects

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.

Can spontaneous cell movements be modelled as Levy walks?

Reynolds, A. M. 2010. Can spontaneous cell movements be modelled as Levy walks? Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 389, pp. 273-277.

Honeybees use a Levy flight search strategy and odour-mediated anemotaxis to relocate food sources

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.

Levy flight patterns are predicted to be an emergent property of a bumblebee's foraging strategy

Reynolds, A. M. 2009. Levy flight patterns are predicted to be an emergent property of a bumblebee's foraging strategy. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64, pp. 19-23.

Scale-free animal movement patterns: Levy walks outperform fractional Brownian motions and fractional Levy motions in random search scenarios

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).

Optimising the success of random destructive searches: Levy walks can outperform ballistic motions

Reynolds, A. M. and Bartumeus, F. 2009. Optimising the success of random destructive searches: Levy walks can outperform ballistic motions. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 260, pp. 98-103.

The Levy flight paradigm: random search patterns and mechanisms

Reynolds, A. M. and Rhodes, C. J. 2009. The Levy flight paradigm: random search patterns and mechanisms. Ecology. 90 (4), pp. 877-887.

Adaptive Levy walks can outperform composite Brownian walks in non-destructive random searching scenarios

Reynolds, A. M. 2009. Adaptive Levy walks can outperform composite Brownian walks in non-destructive random searching scenarios. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 388, pp. 561-564.

Predator percolation, insect outbreaks and phase polyphenism

Reynolds, A. M., Sword, G. A., Simpson, S. J. and Reynolds, D. R. 2009. Predator percolation, insect outbreaks and phase polyphenism. Current Biology. 19, pp. 20-24.

Does a 'turbophoretic' effect account for layer concentrations of insects migrating in the stable night-time atmosphere?

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.

Aphid aerial density profiles are consistent with turbulent advection amplifying flight behaviours: abandoning the epithet 'passive'

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.

Bee searching strategies in the landscape

Osborne, J. L., Smith, A. and Reynolds, A. M. 2008. Bee searching strategies in the landscape. Abstracts 3rd European Conference of Apidology (EurBee3), Belfast,8-11 September 2008 . pp. 79

How many animals really do the Levy walk? Comment

Reynolds, A. M. 2008. How many animals really do the Levy walk? Comment. Ecology. 89 (8), pp. 2347-2351.

Deterministic walks with inverse-square power-law scaling are an emergent property of predators that use chemotaxis to locate randomly distributed prey

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).

Particle deposition onto rough surfaces

Lo Iacono, G., Reynolds, A. M. and Tucker, P. G. 2008. Particle deposition onto rough surfaces. Journal of Fluids Engineering. 130, p. 074501 (5 pages).

Avoidance of conspecific odour by carabid beetles: a mechanism for the emergence of scale-free searching patterns

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.

Optimal random Levy-loop searching: new insights into the searching behaviours of central-place foragers

Reynolds, A. M. 2008. Optimal random Levy-loop searching: new insights into the searching behaviours of central-place foragers. EPL-Europhysics Letters. 82, p. 20001 (6pp).

Modelling of concentrations along a moving observer in an inhomogeneous plume. Biological application: model of odour-mediated insect flights

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.

The influence of search strategies and homogeneous isotropic turbulence on planktonic contact rates

Rhodes, C. J. and Reynolds, A. M. 2007. The influence of search strategies and homogeneous isotropic turbulence on planktonic contact rates. EPL-Europhysics Letters. 80, p. 60003 (5pp).

Honeybees perform optimal scale-free searching flights when attempting to locate a food source

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.

Avoidance of conspecific odour trails results in scale-free movement patterns and the execution of an optimal searching strategy

Reynolds, A. M. 2007. Avoidance of conspecific odour trails results in scale-free movement patterns and the execution of an optimal searching strategy. EPL-Europhysics Letters. 79, p. 30006 (5 pages).

Dissipation conditioned stochastic modeling of scalar concentration fluctuations in turbulent flows

Reynolds, A. M. 2007. Dissipation conditioned stochastic modeling of scalar concentration fluctuations in turbulent flows. Physics of Fluids. 19, p. 075101 (6pp).

Displaced honey bees perform optimal scale-free search flights

Reynolds, A. M., Smith, A. D., Menzel, R., Greggers, U., Reynolds, D. R. and Riley, J. R. 2007. Displaced honey bees perform optimal scale-free search flights. Ecology. 88 (8), pp. 1955-1961.

Appetitive flight patterns of male Agrotis segetum moths over landscape scales

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.

Free-flight odor tracking in Drosophila is consistent with an optimal intermittent scale-free search

Reynolds, A. M. and Frye, M. A. 2007. Free-flight odor tracking in Drosophila is consistent with an optimal intermittent scale-free search. PLOS ONE. 2, p. e354.

Optimal scale-free searching strategies for the location of moving targets: new insights on visually cued mate location behaviour in insects

Reynolds, A. M. 2006. Optimal scale-free searching strategies for the location of moving targets: new insights on visually cued mate location behaviour in insects. Physics Letters A. 360, pp. 224-227.

Ballooning dispersal in arthropod taxa with convergent behaviours: dynamic properties of ballooning silk in turbulent flows

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.

Stochastic simulation of Lagrangian trajectories in near-wall turbulence

Reynolds, A. M. 2006. Stochastic simulation of Lagrangian trajectories in near-wall turbulence. Physics of Fluids. 18, p. Art no. 075107.

On the intermittent behaviour of foraging animals

Reynolds, A. M. 2006. On the intermittent behaviour of foraging animals. EPL-Europhysics Letters. 75, pp. 517-520.

On chirality and turbulent dispersion

Reynolds, A. M. 2006. On chirality and turbulent dispersion. Physica D-Nonlinear Phenomena. 218, pp. 185-190.

Cooperative random Levy flight searches and the flight patterns of honeybees

Reynolds, A. M. 2006. Cooperative random Levy flight searches and the flight patterns of honeybees. Physics Letters A. 354, pp. 384-388.

Parameterizations of Lagrangian spin statistics and particle dispersion in the presence of coherent vortices

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.

Scale-free movement patterns arising from olfactory-driven foraging

Reynolds, A. M. 2005. Scale-free movement patterns arising from olfactory-driven foraging. Physical Review E. 72, p. Art. no. 041928 (5 pages).

A Lagrangian stochastic model for the dispersion and deposition of Brownian particles in the presence of a temperature gradient

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.

On the anomalous diffusion characteristics of membrane-bound proteins

Reynolds, A. M. 2005. On the anomalous diffusion characteristics of membrane-bound proteins. Physics Letters A. 342 (5-6), pp. 439-442.

Predictions for particle deposition from LES of ribbed channel flow

Lo Iacono, G., Tucker, P. G. and Reynolds, A. M. 2005. Predictions for particle deposition from LES of ribbed channel flow. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow. 26, pp. 558-568.

On the distribution of Lagrangian accelerations in turbulent flows

Reynolds, A. M., Mordant, N., Crawford, A. M. and Bodenschatz, E. 2005. On the distribution of Lagrangian accelerations in turbulent flows. New Journal of Physics. 7, p. Art. no. 58 (9 pages).

Derivation of a Fokker-Planck equation for generalized Langevin dynamics

Khan, S. and Reynolds, A. M. 2005. Derivation of a Fokker-Planck equation for generalized Langevin dynamics. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 350, pp. 183-188.

Stochastic modeling of protein motions within cell membranes

Khan, S., Reynolds, A. M., Morrison, I. E. G. and Cherry, R. J. 2005. Stochastic modeling of protein motions within cell membranes. Physical Review E. 71, p. Art. no. 041915 (7 pages).

On the simulation of particle trajectories in turbulent flows

Reynolds, A. M. and Lo Iacono, G. 2004. On the simulation of particle trajectories in turbulent flows. Physics of Fluids. 16, pp. 4353-4358.

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