Author: Sean O'Kane
Publisher: Cambridge House Publishing Limited
ISBN: 9781908252081
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Ants On Pirate Pond

Author: Andrew Kerr
ISBN: 9780989168151
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Wingnut and his Fire-Ant friends fight to overcome the treacherous Slave-Makers of Pirate Pond. Young heroes are quickly cast into a sea of turmoil and must discover a way to find and rescue their Princess from the clutches of the Pirates.

Cheats And Deceits

Author: Martin Stevens
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191017612
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Some slavemaker species apparently steal broods from several species in order
that each undertakes different tasks in the nest, just like a division of labour that
often occurs in ant colonies with different castes. Slavemaker workers are often ...

The Earth Dwellers

Author: Erich Hoyt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684830450
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In the early 1970s at Harvard, Wilson performed lab experiments to try to
determine what would happen if these "obligate slavemakers" had their slaves
artificially removed. Working with a tiny slavemaker called Leptothorax duloti- cus
, which ...

New Scientist

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All slave-making species share a set of traits that together constitute what we call
the slave-maker syndrome. To begin with, they all start their colonies by so-called
nonindependent or parasitic colony foundation. In most ants, young queens ...

Social Insects And The Environment

Author: International Union for the Study of Social Insects. Congress
Publisher: Brill Archive
ISBN: 9789004093164
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There 1s no obvious difference between different kinds of parasitic queens +
except that slavemaker queens + have large eyes (as + their workers). The
adaptive + significance of small size in queens 1s obvious (no extra ♢ resources
for ...

Social Evolution In Ants

Author: Andrew F. G. Bourke
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691044262
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applied their own sex ratio preferences to the slave-maker brood. Then they
would automatically exhibit a sex ratio close to the slave-maker queen's 1 : 1
preference, since polygyny makes sex ratios more even (Section 4.7). Trivers and
Hare ...


Author: Joseph Wallace
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698179455
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The new postapocalyptic thriller from the author of Invasive Species IT’S THEIR TERRITORY NOW.

Breakpoint Why The Web Will Implode Search Will Be Obsolete And Everything Else You Need To Know About Technology Is In Your Brain

Author: Jeff Stibel
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1137360976
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Slavemakers raid the nests of other ant colonies and steal all their eggs. Those
ants grow up as slaves, and they do pretty much everything for their masters:
groom them, feed them, defend them from bigger insects, you name it. If the
colony ...

Insect Evolutionary Ecology

Author: Royal Entomological Society of London. Symposium
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 9781845931407
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Trivers and Hare (1976) therefore proposed that the slave-maker queen should
control sex allocation because any mechanisms adopted by her to achieve her
optimal sex ratio would be met with indifference by the unrelated slaves and, ...