- Whitney, HM, Reed, A, Rands, SA, Chittka, L & Glover, B, 2016, Flower Iridescence Increases Object Detection in the Insect Visual System without Compromising Object Identity. Current Biology, vol 26., pp. 802-808
- Foster, JJ, Sharkey, CR, Gaworska, AVA, Roberts, NW, Whitney, HM & Partridge, JC, 2014, Bumblebees learn polarization patterns. Current biology : CB, vol 24., pp. 1415-20
- Clarke, DJ, Whitney, HM, Sutton, GP & Robert, D, 2013, Detection and Learning of Floral Electric Fields by Bumblebees. Science, vol 340., pp. 66-69
- Whitney, HM, Milne, G, Rands, SA, Vignolini, S, Martin, C & Glover, BJ, 2013, The influence of pigmentation patterning on bumblebee foraging from flowers of Antirrhinum majus. Naturwissenschaften, vol 100., pp. 249-256
- Whitney, HM & Federle, W, 2013, Biomechanics of plant–insect interactions. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, vol 16., pp. 105-111
- Alcorn, K, Whitney, H & Glover, B, 2012, Flower movement increases pollinator preference for flowers with better grip. Functional ecology, vol 26., pp. 941-947
- Whitney, H, Rands, S, Elton, N & Ellis, A, 2012, A technique for measuring petal gloss, with examples from the Namaqualand flora. PLoS One, vol 7.
- Whitney, H, 2012, The language of plants. in: TEDx Salford.
- Whitney, H, Bennett, K, Dorling, M, Sandback, L, Prince, D, Chittka, L & Glover, B, 2011, Why do so many petals have conical epidermal cells?. Annals of Botany, vol 108., pp. 609 - 616
- Rands, S & Whitney, H, 2011, Field margins, foraging distances and their impacts on nesting pollinator success. PLoS One, vol 6.
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