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  • ...lony. It involves a parasitic species which is dependent on one or several host species. The relationship can be obligatory or facultative, permanent or te '''Holldobler & Wilson (1990)''', following a suggestion of Wasmann (1891), distinguished between "compound nests" and "mixed colonies"
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax pilagens'' |genus = ''[[Temnothorax]]''
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax americanus'' |image = Protomognathus-americanus-MCZ001H.jpg
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  • New England encompasses the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. There is a list of [[New England Ant Species|New England Ant Species]]
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  • ...rum''|Associate Taxon Link = Leptothorax muscorum|Associate Relationship = host|Locality =|Source =|Notes =|Inline = yes}} (as ''Leptothorax acervorum'' su ...[[Harpagoxenus sublaevis]]'' in the following characters: Posterior border of head not so strongly emarginate; clypeus with a narrow median emargination
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax'' |image = Temnothorax adustus casent0105862 head 1.jpg
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax duloticus'' |image = Temnothorax duloticus casent0103163 head 1.jpg
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  • ...onor's mouthparts, especially her labium, serves as the important releaser of the regurgitator reflex (see pages 7-61 to 7-62 and Figures 7-42, 7-43, 7-7 ...tanding water, and fruit, and this material composes a substantial portion of the harvested food (Hermann, 1975; Young, 1977).
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax ambiguus'' | image = Temnothorax-ambiguus-MCZ001H.jpg
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax longispinosus'' |image = MCZ-ENT00593102 Temnothorax longispinosus hef.jpg
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  • |name = ''Temnothorax curvispinosus'' |image = Temnothorax curvispinosus casent0003234 head 1.jpg
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  • ...as the basis of sensitive bioassays in studies of colony odor by a number of authors from Lange (1960, 1967) to Carlin and Hölldobler (1983, 1986, 1987 ...tween kin recognition and kin discrimination because recognition--a series of internal and essentially unobservable physiological events--may occur witho
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  • ...affected or, in the great majority of cases, suffering from the attentions of its partner. ...s discovered by Heinrich Kutter (1950a) at Saas-Fee, in an isolated valley of the Swiss Alps near Zermatt. Its behavior has been studied by Stumper (195
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  • ...tribution of nests. The past ten years have witnessed an explosive growth of knowledge about this complex subject, with investigators addressing the fol ...ne to many. In addition, the number often shifts through different stages of the colony life cycle.
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  • ...ividuals that navigate all the dangers must also avoid breeding with males of other species, thus producing inviable or sterile offspring. ...founding queens is extremely high. In this case a recently dealated queen of [[Pogonomyrmex maricopa]] has been captured by a crab spider. (From Holldob
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  • CHAPTER 4. ALTRUISM AND THE ORIGIN OF THE WORKER CASTE ...rge part of their repertory being devoted, start to finish, to the welfare of the queen and their siblings.
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  • ...hairs scattered over dorsum and round whole occipital margin of head. Back of head convex. Ocelli indistinct or invisible; frontal furrow indistinct. Ere ...orphologically similar North American form, but this ant is now ''[[Lasius americanus]]'' (Schär et al. 2018). Recorded from Japan since the early 20th century
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  • ...whose colonies do not divide until the worker populations exceed hundreds of thousands or even a million (Raignier and Van Boven, 1955; Rettenmeyer, 196 ...ined speed and freedom from risk. Only by studying it as one strategy out of a great many possible can we expect to understand more deeply the way that
    132 KB (20,876 words) - 03:54, 11 March 2015
  • ...region, the acceleration or inhibition of work performance by the presence of other colony members, and programmed execution. ...ts have come to recognize the following twelve broad functional categories of responses:
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  • CHAPTER 8. CASTE AND DIVISION OF LABOR ...ures: care of the young by adults, overlap in generations, and a division of labor into reproductive and nonreproductive castes.
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