Aspects of Sociality in Insects

This book is the third in a series of collected lectures presented by leading scientists to the Central Association of Bee-Keepers. The papers cover many aspects of social behaviour in the Hymenoptera and Isoptera, including: evolution; communication; organisation; feeding; reproduction; their interactions with man; and their conservation. The book will prove to be valuable to students, beekeepers, and all those with an interest in natural history.

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