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Chapter 2 Opener These sterile worker weaver ants labor together to make leaf nests for the reproductive benefit of other ants. Why?. Figure 2.1 A group of worker termites escorted by a single large soldier back to their colony.

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Chapter 2 Opener These sterile worker weaver ants labor together to make leaf nests for the reproductive benefit of other ants. Why?
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Figure 2.2 A huge number of tiny sterile termites built this immense home for their colony in Western Australia
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Figure 2.18 Conflict within ant colonies in which workers that are about to reproduce are detected by colony mates and physically restrained

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Figure 2.18 Conflict within ant colonies in which workers that are about to reproduce are detected by colony mates and physically restrained (Part 1)

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Figure 2.18 Conflict within ant colonies in which workers that are about to reproduce are detected by colony mates and physically restrained (Part 2)

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Figure 2.20 The proportion of males produced by workers varies among ants, social bees, and social wasps
figure 2 21 colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial melipona bees
Figure 2.21 Colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial Melipona bees
figure 2 21 colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial melipona bees part 1
Figure 2.21 Colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial Melipona bees (Part 1)
figure 2 21 colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial melipona bees part 2
Figure 2.21 Colony kin structure is linked to queen production in eusocial Melipona bees (Part 2)