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Topic: social insects
Bees coordinate strategy for defending colony
The Brazilian stingless bee Tetragonisca angustula (jataí in Portuguese) deploys a different strategy for defending its nests from other social insect species. In addition to posting...
The secret of a long life
Usually the rule in the animal kingdom is: a lot of progeny means a short life - if you are less fertile, you live...
Ants perform risk-averse sanitary care of infectious nest mates
Ants care for their sick nest mates in different ways, depending on their own immune status. When they themselves are susceptible to dangerous superinfections,...
All the buzz — bigger honeybee colonies have quieter combs
When honeybee colonies get larger, common sense suggests it would be noisier with more bees buzzing around. But a study recently published in Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology reports...
Deadly disinfection in ant colonies
Ants kill colony mates infected with deadly diseases when they are unable to prevent them from falling sick in the first place. In doing...
Scientists discovered 20 new gnat species in Brazil
Two fish a day keep the mantid coming back to prey
Few hatchery brook trout genes present in Pennsylvania watershed wild fish
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